Projector Toolset for Linux
- Release date:
- 24 April 2018
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13,000 lumens, WUXGA, DLP laser phosphor projector
Featuring a stylish projector design with a very stable lens mount, the RLM-W14 offers Active Stereo 3D and provides video over a single Cat 5 cable (HDBaseTTM). It is designed for fixed installation in museums, theaters, houses of worship, hotels, lecture halls or conference auditoriums; but its extended warping and blending, rugged chassis and optional rental frame make it equally suited for the rental market as well.
Supporting point-to-point transmission of video signals – up to WUXGA (1,920 x 1,200) at 60 Hz – from a source converter to a projector over a single Cat 5 cable, the RLM-W14’s HDBaseTTM technology takes away the need for multiple cables and connectors, leading to more simplicity and lower costs.
Geared with three-chip DLP technology, the high-brightness RLM-W14 generates crisp and stable images with rich contrast and sensational colors. It also features a DICOM simulated mode that guarantees accurate grayscales and highly detailed images – key requirements for medical training.
Operating on a voltage of 110V - 240V, the RLM-W14 is a rugged projector that reduces noise and power consumption. Moreover, its TLD lenses are compatible with the RLM-W12, HDX and HDF projectors. It’s also standard equipped with BarcoLink, allowing native WUXGA @60 Hz signals to be transmitted between the Barco image processors and projectors via a single BNC cable, for simple and reliable signal distribution.
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