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Nic Rossmüller : May 13th 2006 - 22:33 CET

Sanyo PLC-XP57L projector

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SanyoSanyo PLC-XP57L projector : Sanyo, the global leader in projectors with more than 5,000 ANSI lumens, is bringing a completely new projector design to the market in April 2006. The primary difference between the Sanyo PLC-XP57L projecto and its predecessors in the successful XP series is the fact that it is designed specifically for continuous use. At the heart of the new Sanyo PLC-XP57L is a 3LCD panel developed especially for continuous use. With the predecessors of the Sanyo PLC-XP57L brightness was still generated using micro lens technology. This technology provided a high degree of brightness through specialized light bundling at the pixel level; the disadvantage was that it reduced the service life of the panels.
Sanyo PLC-XP57L projectorSanyo XP57L - Micro lens technology
The 3LCD panels in the Sanyo PLC-XP57L optimize the light yield without the use of micro lens technology. The individual panels are protected against premature wear by a special coating and, in addition, the previous Achilles heel, the blue panel, is protected by an improved cooling system. Whether in a museum, a control centre or at point of sale, Sanyo guarantees the ability to operate the projector continuously up to 24 hours a day. This provides the highest possible protection of users' investment.

Sanyo PLC-XP57L projector - Image distortion
The model's standard equipment meets all criteria that have been established for professional use: Brightness of 5,500 ANSI as well as extensive connection options, such as DVI and 5 x BNC. The vertical lens shift of 10:0 to 1:1 adds to the enormous flexibility. With the digital keystone correction feature, the projectors can compensate image distortions by up to +/- 40° horizontally and +/- 10° vertically. Users can also choose among a total of five lenses (two telephoto lenses, two wide-angle lenses and one standard lens). Lenses are not part of the standard equipment of the Sanyo PLC-XP57L. Sanyo’s well-known bayonet lock allows all lenses to be easily replaced. If you have several Sanyo projectors in use, you will be pleased to know that the lenses from all previous models in the XP series will fit the new model.

Sanyo PLC XP57L - Remote maintenance
Sanyo's customized network solutions solidify its position as a technology leader in projectors for professional use. Thanks to its technological innovation and comprehensive service, Sanyo meets the most exacting demands that can be made of projectors both before and after purchase. The Sanyo PLC-XP57L is a perfect example of this. Sanyo’s PJ Net Organizer Plus is one option available. This system offers effective remote maintenance for as many projectors as required, making it ideal for users seeking to minimize time spent on maintenance, personnel costs and thus operating costs.

Sanyo PLC XP57L - Network viewer function
With the PJ Net Organizer, the projectors are integrated into a TCP/IP-based network. This provides a great many options. PJ Net Organizer makes possible web management, multi-control function, real-time transmission of screen contents and downloading from FTP servers (network viewer function).In spite of its incredible performance, the PLC-XP57L weighs only 7.9kg, making it easy to transport and ideal for flexible use at fairs, events or conferences. For the level of brightness achieved, the projector’s fans are amazingly quiet. At 35 db in Eco mode, it can barely even be heard.

Standard Accessories :
IR remote control with laser pointer and mouse function including batteries, remote control cable, Computer cable (D-Sub15/D-Sub15), mouse cable (PS/2, serial), lens cover, Dust cover, power cord

Sanyo PLC-XP57L - Core Features:
• Continuous operation (24/7) through specially developed 3LCD panel
• Brightness: 5,500 ANSI lumens
• 5 Interchangeable Lenses
• Network integration (optional)
• 24-hr replacement service (D), 3-year guarantee

Sanyo PLC-XP57L - Technical Features :
• Category : Professional
• Panel System : 3 x 1.3" TFT p-Si (4:3)
• Projection Lamp : 145 W UHP
• Brightness in ANSI lumens : PLC-XP57L: 5,500 ANSI lumens
• Lamp Life : 1,500 h (Normal Mode), 2,000 h (Eco Mode)
• Fan Noise : 39 db (Normal Mode), 35 db (Eco Mode)
• Standard Lens : F = 1.7 - 2.0 / f = 48.2 - 62.6 mm (PLC-XP57)
• Aspect Ratio : 1,7 – 2,3 : 1
• Throw Distance : 1.4 – 14.7 m
• Contrast ratio : 1200:1 *
• Resolution in Pixels : 1024 x 768 (XGA)
• Horizontal Resolution : 800 TV lines
• Uniformity : 90%
• Bandwidth/Frequency : 180 MHz, horizontal 15-100 kHz, vertical 50-100 Hz
• Colour systems : PAL, SECAM, NTSC, NTSC4.43, PAL-M/N
• Audio Functions : 2W Stereo
• Keystone Correction : Vertical +/-40°, horizontal +/-10°
• Lens Shift/ U/D Ratio : 10 : 0 – 1 : 1 (vertical)
• HDTV Compatibility : 720p / 1035i / 1080i
• Computer Compatibility : SXGA / XGA / SVGA / VGA / Mac
• Zoom/Focus : Depending on lens
• Power consumption : 450 W / 100-240 V
• Guarantee : 3 years
• Dimensions (W x H x D) : 319 x 168 x 470
• Weight : 7.9 kg (without lens)

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