NEC's PH3501QL is a 40,000 Center Lumens (35,000 ANSI) 3-Chip DLP RB laser projector with advanced professional installation features for higher education, house of worship, rental & staging, museum and corporate users. Creates stunning real life video images using proprietary Digital Cinema Quality Video processing. extreme brightness and resolution also offer a seamless alternative to video walls. With its multitude of digital inputs, (Dual HDMI (V2.0) w/ HDCP (V1.4/2.2), Dual DisplayPort w/ HDCP (V.1.4), HDBaseT w/ HDCP (V1.4/2.2), Quad 3G-SDI and an OPS slot) connection to any computer or high definition device is possible. Enjoy design and installation flexibility with a complete line of optional powered lenses (lens shift, focus and zoom), Built-in edge blending, stacking and geometric correction help support projection mapping when single or multiple projectors are required. The newly developed sealed optical engine creates a filter/maintenance free projector.
- 4K (4096 x 2160) native resolution for unsurpassed image detail for demanding graphics design and CAD/CAM applications
- Display stunning 4K content using NEC's proprietary high performance video processing/scaling chip without the loss of critical details. 4K60P processing supported on all digital inputs from HDR10, BT.2020 signals using “Ultra HD Blu-ray” and “4K TV broadcasting”
- The latest RB laser light source produces extremely bright, dynamic images — even in high ambient lighting conditions
- Stable brightness (constant brightness) preserves image integrity over a longer time period
- High performance lenses with +/-50% vertical lens shift providing for unprecedented installation flexibility
- Super Dust protection for artifact free images and no loss of brightness over time within the most demanding integration applications such as higher education, House of Worship and corporate
- Seamlessly blend multiple images with integrated edge blending capabilities
- 40,000-lumen brightness enhances images for most applications
- ProAssist™ is software for controlling the projector and adjusting the projected image on the screen from a computer via a network. It allows necessary adjustments to be carried out easily when combining several projectors together to project a large screen in a classroom, meeting room, auditorium or other large space.