Hitachi launches 8,000 lumen laser projector

Hitachi has introduced its first 8,000 lumen single-chip DLP laser projector in the shape of the the LP-WU9750B.

The LP-WU9750B provides a contrast ratio of 20,000:1and 20,000 maintenance-free operating hours on behalf of a quad-drive laser, sealed, dust-resistant engine and an upgraded phosphor wheel and cooling system.

Its laser engine features built-in redundancy to safeguard from a single laser failure.

Operators can achieve 360-degree projection and portrait mounting with the projector, as well as edge blending and warping. It comes with seven lenses, including the Ultra-Short Throw FL-920 for screen sizes of between 100-in to 600-in and projection distance for a 100-in screen ranging from 0.83m to 19m.

The LP-WU9750B has inputs including SDI, HDBaseT, DVI and HDMI.

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