The FS70-W6 is a laser-phosphor projector with WUXGA resolution that was built specifically for simulation applications. This dedicated IR projector answer to the simulation market's specific requirements - including high robustness, longer lifetime, and laser-sharp image quality. It also allows for full individual control of visual and IR intensity to stimulate Night Vision Goggles with IR transmission at 740nm. Dual iris and optical filters ensure better contrast and higher black levels.
Fitted with protective metal encasing the entire projector, Barco’s FS70 is robust enough to withstand a motion platform's rapid and sudden movements, making it the perfect choice for this type of applications. With a lifetime of up to 60,000 hours (depending on the mode of operation), the FS70 is one of the most durable projectors on the market today.
Designed for 24/7 use
The FS70 is designed for performance and reliability. With the Constant Light Output (CLO®) functionality, the projector produces predictable and constant brightness and color over an extended period of time. Designed specifically for training during dawn, day, dusk, and night, the FS70 offers the latest infrared technology that ensures an extremely realistic NVGs training experience alongside dimming possibilities from 0-100%, ensuring optimal training at any time of day. The design of the FS70 also takes into account the mounting requirements and suite of lenses, making the FS70 the perfect choice for technology upgrade decisions.
With brightness levels in simulation configurations of up to 5,500 lumens, the FS70 can effortlessly meet the requirements of any simulation system. This means that, along with minute details, you also have the matching brightness to see every single aspect of the simulation scene in absolute clarity. Features especially designed for simulation include Smear Reduction Processing (SRPTM), dual input @120HZ, dual iris and optical filters for better contrast and higher black levels, as well as optics purpose designed for Night Vision Goggle stimulation.