New Barco HDF-W30LP FLEX Laser Phosphor Projector
April 20, 2016 - Rancho Cordova, California
Thanks to its stunning brightness and laser phosphor light source, the HDF-W30LP FLEX projector delivers the ultimate performance that's required for premium large-screen projection while allowing you to save both time and money. Designed for venues and events, the rugged and modular projector is easy to install and service. And when equipped with a rental frame, it can easily be stacked or rigged. If you already own a Barco HDF-W30 FLEX projector you can now replace your current lamp house with the unique laser phosphor retrofit module.
Geared with laser phosphor illumination the HDF-W30LP FLEX offers constant light output for long-term, worry-free operation while its 3-chip DLP technology delivers sensational colors. Plus, the projector's also equipped with Barco’s cutting-edge ImagePRO technology for remarkable scaling power.
Did you know that the HDF-W30LP FLEX reduces operating costs with more than 50%? This projector enables you to increase uptime while driving costs down. Through its laser phosphor light source and advanced cooling design, it provides up to 30,000 hours of maintenance-free operating time - resulting in considerable cost-savings on maintenance and consumables.
This projector offers you more flexibility in projector location as it can run in any orientation. Through its standard FLEX brightness you can tune and lock the brightness level to a specific application - from 10,000 to 30,000 lumens in incremental steps. The cooling unit can be positioned up to 8m (26.25ft) away from the projector, so you can easily mount it on a truss. And just like the RLM, HDX, HDF, and FLM projector ranges, the HDF-W30LP FLEX uses the TLD lens suite.
For more information or to request a quote on the new Barco HDF-W30LP FLEX Laser Phosphor Projector, you can contact Blue Planet Lighting in Las Vegas at 702-222-2103. For general inquiries or quote requests, please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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