Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

HD Projectors

Chilin Technology Introduces the Worlds 1st Lamp Free 1080p Projector with Liquid Cooling Technology

Taiwan OEM/ODM supplier sets to impress the custom home theater channel.

Chilin Technology, a leading ODM/OEM manufacturer and supplier of high end home theater projectors is pleased to announce the first liquid cooling LED light source home theater projector. In partnership with Luminus Devices and Texas Instruments, this projector features Luminus PhlatLight LED in place of a conventional UHP lamp, as well as the latest Texas Instrument 1080p (1920×1080) DMD technology. In order to optimize the performance of this new light source, the projector requires a thermal management system that breaks with tradition. To this end, Chilin introduces the1st Lamp Free Full HD Home Theater Projector with liquid cooling into the market.

With 600 ANSI lumen and >100,000:1 Contrast Ratio, Chilin delivers an unbelievable 128% NTSC color gamut, which is 80% greater than that achieved through conventional UHP projectors. Integrated with Chilin’s tradition of superior optics and color management performance, the picture quality and color performance is simply unbelievable.

“Building on our 44-year heritage of superior technical capabilities, we at Chilin are very enthusiastic about the harmony of artistry and technology that we have achieved with our new LED based projector,” said Alex Wang, senior product manager of Chilin Technology. “Though we may be a newcomer as a Taiwan OEM/ODM supplier in the custom home theater arena, we are focused on delivering ultra high end projectors that provide our customers superior color management, picture quality and thermal management systems.”

The secret to building high quality, superior performance and longer lifetime LED based projectors is an advance thermal management system. Chilin engineers designed its liquid cooling technology to assure the optimized performance of LEDs over time. Chilin’s unique cooling technology dissipates heat directly from the Phlat Light LEDs which is operated at a high electric current of 30A, hundreds of heat density higher than current common LED application.

Chilin has designed an efficient cooling technology to assure LED reliability. Chilin’s liquid cooling technology dissipates heat directly by water to keep the PhlatLight LEDs junction at a consistent, low temperature assuring unmatched reliability of Luminus’ LED. This technology truly enables the concept of “no lamp replacement”. Chilin expects to achieve up to 50,000 hours under its liquid cooling technology.

“Chilin Technology is very pleased to announce our successful joint development of using TI’s DLP Technology and Luminus’s Phlat Light LEDs to achieve superior product performance and image quality,” noted Wang.

Advertisement. Scroll to continue reading.

Most notable, the no shattering, no lamp replacement, HD DLP home theater projector will be demonstrated at CEDIA EXPO 2008 in a private suite located on the 10th Floor, Room # 1014 of the Hilton Garden Inn, 1400 Welton Street, Denver, Colorado. The Chilin suite will be accessible from September 3rd-6th, where Chilin will be showcasing their entire series of DLP based 1080P projectors for existing and future OEM/ODM partners.

About Chilin TeCHNOLOGY

Chilin Technology was founded in 1964, a subsidiary of the Chi-Mei Group. Chilin Technology has been playing an important role of managing color performance in plastic raw materials for over 40 years. In 2000, Chilin entered the display industry via Flat Panel Display material, LCD Flat Panel Display systems and Projection Display. Chilin is uniquely positioned because of its vertical integrated scope and strength in component supply chain management. Chilin offers “one stop shop” service to companies seeking superior value and performance in their OEM partner.

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Advertisement

Our Reviews

LED TV

The Frame is a head turning 4K QLED TV that hangs on your wall and looks like a piece of artwork.

Bookshelf Speakers

You don't need to speak french to hear how good a pair of $990 bookshelf speakers sound.

NAD Electronics

At $899 the NAD C 588 is an impressive well built turntable that has the ability to hear deep into every recording.

Over-Ear Headphones

Impressive, neutral sounding $500 over-ear headphones should appeal to audiophiles who want to hear everything, not just feel the bass.

Digital Music Systems

Easy to setup and use all-in-one wireless music player combines a stereo integrated amplifier, DAC, streaming player and app for audiophile-grade listening.

HiFiMAN

$349 open-back headphone will amaze first time listeners who have never tried planar magnetic headphones.

You May Also Like

HD Projectors

SIM2 announced the Lumis Fuoriserie home theater projector, built from finest, most carefully selected components, each one individually tested and brought together to create...

HD Projectors

LG announced a 100-Inch Laser TV (Model: HECTO) featuring an external Ultra Short Throw (UST) projection unit capable of displaying images at extremely short...

HD Projectors

ViewSonic introduced its first Full HD 1080p, Laser LED hybrid, lamp-free projector for home theater. The Pro9000 offers Full HD 1920x1080p native resolution, a...

HD Projectors

Sharp announced the XV-Z30000 3D capable high-definition DLP home theater projector, featuring 50000:1 contrast ratio and 1600 ANSI lumens to deliver superior brightness, astounding...

Advertisement

ecoustics is the unbiased resource for the latest technology news, coolest gadgets, and best consumer electronics. Plus get product reviews, roundups and deals from all over the web on everything electronic. Read more



Copyright © 1999-2020 ecoustics | Disclaimer: ecoustics may earn a commission when you buy through links on our site.