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4Laser Module Maintains Picture Quality for Longer
5Dynamic Light Control For High Contrast
6Detail Clarity Processor 3 Sharpens the Finest Details
7DICOM Simulation Mode
8Efficient Cooling System
9Daylight View Basic for Pin-Sharp Images in Bright Environments
10Constant Brightness Modes
11Built-in Short-Throw Lens with Powered Focus and Lens Shift
12Single-Cable DIGITAL LINK Audio-Video and Control Connection
13Quick Start and Quick Off
14Screen Adjustment for Specially Shaped Screens
15Silent 28 dB Operation Mode
16Auto Screen Image Rotation
17Free 360° Rotation
18Edge Blending and Color Matching
19Art-Net DMX Compatible
20Fade In and Fade Out
21ECO Management System
The 5200-Lumen WUXGA DLP Projector from Panasonic maintains clear and detailed pictures year in, year out with practically no maintenance and a slower rate of image degradation. Performance is achieved with SOLID SHINE Laser technology applied with 1-chip DLP imaging in a dustproof cabinet configured for rear projection in control rooms, surveillance centers, and museums. In low-light conditions, the unit's selectable brightness modes can extend low-maintenance operation for longer periods of time.
SOLID SHINE Laser Technology
Together with the 1-Chip DLP for detailed WUXGA resolution and solid-state laser diodes for high brightness, the PT-RZ575's image performance stems from a four-segment Quartet Color Harmonizer color wheel that reduces energy loss from the light source. The heat-resistant phosphor wheel and an optimized laser drive system boost perceived brightness and improve color accuracy.
Natural White Balance
Quartet Color Harmonizer captures a wider section of the color gamut than comparable projectors, which in turn allows white to be reproduced realistically on screen. In conventional projectors, if an ideal white balance isn't achieved, images can appear with a distracting greenish tint.
Laser Module Maintains Picture Quality for Longer
Thanks to the long-lasting laser light-source module, there are no lamps to replace and image color and brightness degrade more gradually and in a linear rather than exponential fashion. As well as reducing maintenance hassle, high picture quality is maintained for longer.
Dynamic Light Control For High Contrast
The projector directly modulates laser power output to achieve high contrast with low power consumption. Digitally controlled frame-by-frame scene-linking modulation ensures highly precise output adjustment, while accurate 20,000:1 contrast is delivered even when bright and dark scenes frequently interchange.
Detail Clarity Processor 3 Sharpens the Finest Details
The Panasonic circuit optimizes the sharpness of each image based on the super high, high, medium, and low frequency components of the extracted image information. The resulting images are expressed with natural, convincing realism.
DICOM Simulation Mode
This imaging mode is similar to the DICOM Part 14 medical imaging standard. It lends a film-like resolution to X-ray images, making the PT-RZ770/RZ660 Series ideal for medical presentations and training.
Efficient Cooling System
Heat-pipe cooling for the laser light source and a heavy-duty heat sink for the DLP chip keep images crisp and bright while reducing fan speed, lowering noise levels and preventing distractions in quiet environments.
Daylight View Basic for Pin-Sharp Images in Bright Environments
Panasonic's Daylight View Basic technology achieves sharp, easily viewed images by enhancing detail, particularly in dark areas of the image that are normally difficult to see in brightly lit rooms. A built-in sensor measures ambient light while Daylight View Basic adjusts halftone color and brightness according to the surrounding level of illumination.
Constant Brightness Modes
In environments where full brightness is not necessary, such as surveillance, control, and simulation rooms, constant operation modes extend light-source replacement to up to 87,600 hours in Long Life 3 Mode with consistent brightness and color.
Built-in Short-Throw Lens with Powered Focus and Lens Shift
The PT-RZ575 incorporates a short-throw lens suitable for rear projection in dedicated rear-projection boxes. With this lens, projection distance is approximately 3.9' to produce a 70" diagonal wide-screen image. Powered focus adjustment is done with remote controller, which is convenient for box installation. Furthermore, lens shift is also powered to shift image position vertically and horizontally.
Single-Cable DIGITAL LINK Audio-Video and Control Connection
DIGITAL LINK supports transmission of uncompressed Full HD video, audio, and control commands through a single CAT 5e or higher STP cable for distances of up to 492'. You can add an optional DIGITAL LINK Switcher or Digital Interface Box to further simplify installation in large venues while reducing cost and improving reliability at the same time.
Quick Start and Quick Off
The laser light source does not require any warm-up time, so images appear almost instantly (about one second) with PT-RZ575 projectors. There's no cooldown period required when turning the power off. Users can turn the projector on and off immediately as many times as necessary.
Screen Adjustment for Specially Shaped Screens
Horizontal, vertical, and corner keystone correction adjusts the image shape for clear visibility when projecting off-axis or from an unusual angle. Curved Screen Correction allows for the projection of natural, distortion-free images onto curved, or cylindrical surfaces.
Silent 28 dB Operation Mode
Technologies combine to keep noise levels down to just 28 dB in Silent Mode so the sound of the cooling fan is hardly noticeable. This is made possible by an efficient cooling system, light-output management to limit fan speed, and color-wheel speed control to prevent excessive noise.
Auto Screen Image Rotation
Images are automatically rotated depending on installation orientation, upside down on the ceiling or set on a table, using a built-in angle sensor.
Free 360° Rotation
Projection is possible in any orientation vertically and horizontally, and the unit can be rotated 360° for installation at any angle.
Edge Blending and Color Matching
Adjoining edges in a multi-screen system can be blended to create a smooth and seamless image. Slight variations in the color reproduction of individual projectors can be corrected in multi-screen applications.
Art-Net DMX Compatible
The PT-RZ575 is compatible with Art-Net DMX protocol for lighting management. Art-Net compatibility allows the projector to be connected to a lighting console with easy control of functions.
Fade In and Fade Out
Digital laser output power modulation technology also enables a handy Fade In/Fade Out function for a smooth and creative presentation.
ECO Management System
Push the ECO button on the remote control to set up Eco Management functions, including automatic brightness reduction for dim ambient lighting conditions, and power consumption reduction when no input signal is detected.
Two different image sources can be simultaneously displayed on a single screen: for example video via HDMI1 can be projected together with content from Computer or DIGITAL LINK.
Panasonic PT-RZ575U Specs
Native Chip Resolution
1920 x 1200
Maximum: WUXGA - 1920 x 1200
Horizontal: 15 to 100 kHz Vertical: 24 to 120 Hz
f/1.75 (f = 11.9 mm)
Vertical: ± 4.4% Horizontal: ± 2.1%
40 - 300" / 101.60 - 762.00 cm
Vertical: ± 25° Horizontal: ± 20°
Rear Screen Projection
1 x HDMI (HDMI Type-A) Audio, Video Input 1 x DVI-D Video Input 1 x VGA (DE-15/DB-15) Video Input 1 x DE-9/DB-9 Control Input/Output 1 x M3 Audio Input/Output 1 x Ethernet (RJ45) LAN
Expected Lamp Life
Medium Brightness: 20,000 Hours
Medium Brightness: 33 dB Low Brightness: 28 dB
Full Brightness: 500 W Medium Brightness: 375 W Low Brightness: 350 W Standby Mode (Lamp Off): 0.5 W Standby Mode (Lamp Off): 10 W