3 devices D-ILA that incorporates the projector DLA-VS3000 possess native 4K resolution, working with depth of 10 bit and reach 15 native contrast ratio. 000: 1, an essential aspect in simulation with night content applications.
In the Flight Simulator Engineering and Maintenance Conference Congress)FSEMC), a sectoral competition held from 17 to 20 September in Irving (United States), JVC Visual Systems It has unveiled the projector DLA-VS3000. Equipment designed for the market of the simulation that works with D-ILA devices of last generation, offers native 4K resolution and used as the 3rd generation of phosphorus/laser BLU-Escent original light source manufacturer.
3 D-ILA DLA-VS3000 devices have native 4K resolution (4.096 × 2.160), working with depth of 10 bit and reach 15 native contrast ratio. 000: 1, essential in the simulation with nightly content. This solution provides a level of 2,000 ANSI lumens brightness and an estimated useful life of 21,000 to 30,000 hours.
The projector operates with an image of 60/120 Hz refresh and has a digital smear with inclusion of black box system to obtain a smooth moving image. Includes in addition two interfaces 1.2A DisplayPort.
JVC accompanies the launch of this model with several optical fixed and zoom of high MTF for installation in spaces with very different throw distances.
BLU-Escent technology represents a friendlier alternative to the environment than their predecessors, based on conventional lamps and allows for multiple positions of orientation of the team.
The DLA-VS3000 integrates a system of automatic intensity/color that keeps the brightness and the configuration of the Colorimetry over time, thus significantly reducing maintenance compared to projection technology costs oldest.
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