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Sanyo PLC-XF1000 Two-Lamp LCD Projector

  • Equipped with the proprietary SANYO QuaDrive™ optical engine, the PLC-XF1000 delivers extremely rich color reproduction with bright, vivid images
  • Rated at 12,000 lumens, the highest brightness in the industry for 100V AC projectors
  • Two-lamp output offers high-resolution images with a high contrast ratio of 4000:1
  • Active Maintenance Filter (AMF) reduces servicing time and costs

SANYO announces the release of a new two-lamp projector, the PLC-XF1000, which features the exclusive QuaDrive™ optical engine for exceptional color reproduction for brighter capacities, 12,000 lumens brightness, 4000:1 contrast ratio, and the proprietary Active Maintenance Filter (AMF) for increased reliability.

The high brightness, two-lamp PLC-XF1000 projector is the second SANYO model to be equipped with their proprietary QuaDrive optical engine. Unlike conventional 3LCD (red/green/blue) systems, the QuaDrive includes an additional color control device that allows the PLC-XF1000 to automatically control the amount of yellow light in the image, producing higher luminosity with improved color accuracy and clarity.

The demand for even brighter projectors continues to come from the field as systems integrators are asked to install video displays in extremely large venues such as convention halls, conference rooms, auditoriums and houses of worship with high levels of ambient light. It is also especially well suited for the digital signage market where high resolution is in demand. However, as brightness levels increase on traditional 3LCD projectors, there is a reverse effect in color reproduction. Colors become noticeably washed out, lacking vibrancy and realism.

SANYO’s innovative QuaDrive technology provides a solution for these specific cases, providing new projectors capable of extremely high luminosity without the trade off in color accuracy. The PLC-XF1000 is rated at an extraordinary 12,000 lumens, the highest brightness available in 100V AC projectors. Coupled with the impressive high contrast ratio of 4000:1, the PLC-XF1000 is capable of generating clear and color-rich images that are more vivid for cases where brightness and high resolution become primary installation factors.

The PLC-XF1000 is equipped with two high-output 330-watt lamps, improving light efficiency and achieving the industry’s highest brightness of 12,000 lumens. It uses a basic 100V AC electrical outlet for ease of use and installation convenience.

The QuaDrive optical engine uses an inorganic panel for increased reliability contributing to the projector’s outstanding 4000:1 contrast ratio for improved image depth, resulting in a 3D-like appearance. With the incorporation of three mirrors and SANYO’s two-lamp combining technology, the overall color uniformity is significantly improved resulting in richer high definition images. The new design allows the PLC-XF1000 to produce the same brightness with two lamps as previous models did with four.

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Sanyo PLC-XF1000 3LCD Projector - Inputs

Maintaining projectors in the field can be costly and time-consuming. The integration of SANYO’s exclusive Active Maintenance Filter (AMF) system enables filter cartridge replacement intervals of approximately 11,000 hours because a single cartridge contains a filter roll that is equal to 10 individual filters.

Installation is also simplified with key SANYO features such as the Power Vertical/Horizontal Lens Shifting and Power Zoom/Focus functions, which enable easy projection adjustments without changing the projector’s position. These power-driven systems can be easily operated with the supplied remote control, which is especially convenient when the projector is installed on the ceiling or wall. Moreover, the projector can be installed in virtually any location, due to versatile setup positioning functions like the Vertical 360-degree Tilt Angle and a Center Lens Design. There are ten optional lenses available for use with the PLC-XF1000, ranging from short to long-focus choices.

Other features include a mechanical shutter, which can completely block projection light, convenient for presenters making presentations on stage, easy stacking grooves for placing a back-up unit on top of the main projector, and a built-in MVP expansion-slot system that enables the addition of SANYO’s network and uncompressed HD data wireless transmission boards.

Specifications

  • Resolution: 1024 x 768 (WUXGA)
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3
  • Brightness: 12,000 lumens
  • Contrast Ratio: 4000:1
  • Uniformity: 90%
  • Projection Lamp: NSHA 330W x2
  • Screen Size: 40″-600″ distance varies based on lens type used
  • Input Terminals: DVI-D (HDCP), RGB D-sub 15-pin (input and output),
  • RGBHV/Y/VIDEO, Pb/Cb,Pr/Cr (BNC x5), S-video
  • Control: RS232C (in)/ D-sub 9 x 2 (out)
  • Dimensions: 21 (W) x 10.55 (H) x 30(D) inches
  • Weight: 60.1 lbs (excluding lens)

Like all new SANYO products, the PLC-XF1000 conforms to the EU RoHS Directive. It will be available from the beginning of December 2009 for an MSRP of $24,995, (excluding lens).

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