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projectiondesign FL32 RealLED DLP Projector

Norway’s projectiondesign is now shipping the FL32 projector – the company’s first model to feature solid-state LED illumination.  The FL32 features ReaLED technology that combines long life LED illumination technology with patented projectiondesign optics for up to and estimated 100,000 hours of low-maintenance operation.  It is designed for front- and rear-projection applications such as command and control, simulation and visualization, and any project that requires high-resolution imaging and low maintenance.

Anders Løkke, projectiondesign’s marketing manager, says, “The challenging economic climate, together with the pressure to reduce energy consumption of all AV equipment, means there simply could not be a better time to launch this revolutionary product. When we say ‘no lamps, no worries’, we mean exactly that.”

Available in a choice of either 1080p or WUXGA resolution, the FL32 performs well regardless of orientation or mounting position, giving integrators a wider range of installation options. The projector’s ReaLED system – a true emmisive light source technology - reduces occurrence of motion-smear and blur, along with reduction of color separation and image processing-related artifacts.

Løkke concludes, “The FL32 projector delivers incredibly high color accuracy and image performance, while removing the need to replace consumables during the projector’s working life.  Image projection will never be the same again.”

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