Posted in news on March 28, 2017 1:42 pm EDT

Hitachi Introduces Its First 3,500-Lumen LED Projector

The LP-WU3500 is designed for low total cost, low-maintenance ownership and 20,000 hours of life, the company reports.


 

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By Church Designer Staff

Hitachi America Ltd. Digital Media Division introduces the LP-WU3500, 3,500-lumen LED projector. The new unit is designed for low total cost, low-maintenance ownership and 20,000 hours of life. The LP-WU3500 also features a five-year or 20,000-hour limited warranty.

“Hitachi’s LED technology allows the projector to have a much longer life than traditional lamp-based projectors. Additionally, with no lamp or filter to replace LED projectors are a reliable and cost-effective choice with a lower total cost of ownership,” says Mike Morin, manager of strategic sales development for Hitachi America Ltd. “With more lumens and better picture and color quality, our customers are able to use the LP-WU3500 for more applications than ever.”

Morin reports that the High Lumen Density (HLD) technology works by channeling blue LED light through a phosphor rod, where it is discharged as bright green light. Working in tandem with high brightness red and blue LED lights, it achieves maximum brightness and a 30,000:1 contrast ratio. LED technology delivers enhanced image quality with a wider color gamut, designed for brilliant picture quality with crisp, clear, bright colors.

The dust-resistant structure applied to the optical engine reduces the effect of dust and particles in the air -- reportedly enabling the projector to be used in an array of environments without overheating and creating unnecessary noise.

The LP-WU3500 operates at a low noise level, designed for presentations and environments such as classrooms, conference rooms, gathering spaces and digital signage applications. The dust-resistant structure applied to the optical engine reduces the effect of dust and particles in the air -- reportedly enabling the projector to be used in an array of environments without overheating and creating unnecessary noise.

Without the costs for replacement lamps, the LP-WU3500 projector is reported by Hitachi to be a great total cost of ownership investment.

The LP-WU3500 has WUXGA 1920 x 1200 resolution and is now available. Additionally, the LP-WX3500, a WXGA 1280 x 800 model is also available.

Find more information and complete specifications on the LP-WU3500 here: (visit link)

 

 

 

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