These devices are available with different fixed optics and zoom, and built with a robust chassis, specially designed to be installed on mobile simulation systems, with tilting and swinging scrolling in any mounting position.

JVC DLA-VS4010 and DLA-VS4700

JVC Visual Systems, JVCKenwood division, has announced the launch of two new projectors for simulation and training applications in the I/ITSEC 2017, which is celebrating in Orlando (United States) from the 27 from November to the 1 December.

The equipment presented are two models of the DLA series, the VS4700 and VS4010NLG. The first has 3 0.69" D-ILA chips of native 4K resolution (4.096×2.160 Pixels) and 17.7MP effective resolution, that using e-shift technology allows to project images with a resolution 8K (8.192×4.320 Pixels). With a brightness level of 3.000 lumens and a contrast of 12.000:1, this projector can work with a frame rate of 120Hz (120 frames per second), being ideal for displaying fast-moving images, as in helicopter simulators.


The DLA-VS4010NLG model is a projector with a brightness of 6.000 ANSI lumens, 3 1.27" D-ILA chip and a native resolution of 4,096×2.400 Pixels. This resolution provides at the same time a 11% more vertical image area than other 4K projectors and allows to display four screens in WUXGA of resolution of 1.920×1.200 (what is needed in a command/control room). The contrast is situated in 10.000:1.

Both models incorporate three D-ILA chips with BLU-Escent laser source, JVC's proprietary solid-state technology that is based on a hybrid laser and static phosphor lighting system that enables low operating costs and consistent performance over time with more than 20.000 projection hours. Each equipment also offers a high IR contrast of output, an ideal parameter for applications with night vision systems (NVG).

Available with different fixed optics and zoom. Its robust chassis has been specially designed to be installed in mobile simulation systems, with tilting and rolling scrolling in any installation position.

JVC VS4700

I/O terminals include four DisplayPort 1.2a, LAN, RJ45, RS-232C, USB, wired remote control and synchronism output. Other features are a digital smear reduction function by black box insertion, digital process with color depth of 12 bits and color management over 6 Axes. The DLA-VS4700 can work synchronously to 50 hz, 60 Hz and 120Hz and supports various simulation generators on the market in single mode, dual, quad stripe or quadrant. Ideal for simulators, immersive imaging systems, Museums, medical and 3D applications.

Compatible with a wide range of fixed optics and zoom, the DLA-VS4010NLG works with color depth of 8 bit with DVI Single-link and 12 bit with Dual-link DVI. The possibilities of connection to different sources are expanded with four DVI-D Dual-link inputs, Ethernet, USB and three RS-232 ports.

The DLA-VS4010NLG will be available this December and the DLA VS4700 in the spring of 2018.

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by • 30 nov, 2017
• section: projection, simulation