Fully compatible with previous generation lamp-based NEC PA1004ul mechanical lenses, NEC customers can easily make the transition to benefit from the latest laser technology. A professional installation featuring advanced installation capabilities as demanded by higher education, leisure and museum applications.
The industry’s first built-in stacking correction capabilities (up to four projectors) allows the projectors to boost
an image’s brightness up to 40,000 lumens, which is ideal for larger-sized screens and environments with heavy ambient light. This feature also prevents the complete loss of an image, which can happen when using only one projector.
This function seamlessly blends multiple projected images to display a single high resolution image.
Projector management software for installation professionals provides full projector control for multiple screens to create the perfect image. Controls such as input switching, picture, lens, edge blending, uniformity and gamma control are adjustable though the GUI.
Built-In HDBaseT Support
Simplify your installations with HDBaseT. Optimized for video applications and supporting uncompressed full HD digital video, audio, ethernet, power and various control signals. With only a single cable (up to 100m) to run, infrastructure and labor costs are reduced, installations are significantly easier, and there is no cable clutter to manage. With uncompressed HD video support, images have never been more stunning. What’s more, control signals are contained in the same cable
Among the PA Series’ wide selection of inputs are dual HDMI w/HDCP and DisplayPort w/HDCP for connecting to high definition sources such as Blu-ray players, cable boxes, satellite receivers and personal computers.
Enhanced keystone correction allows for horizontal, vertical and diagonal image correction for aligned images even when the projector is set up at an angle to the screen.
When combined with active shutter glasses and 3D emitter, the PA1004ul creates 3D images from a computer or Blu-ray player. The projectors utilize the 3D sync line output from the projector to connect to the 3D emitter.
Projecting an image isn’t confined to a standard flat screen or wall. Geometric correction allows these models to project an image on spheres, cylinders, corner angles and many more non-standard surfaces.
NEC is committed to bringing the latest and greatest innovation to projectors. Multi-display capabilities and TileMatrix technologies are integrated into the projectors. This processing is all done internally and therefore eliminates the additional hardware typically required to produce a beautiful 4K resolution image.
When installation requirements dictate the projector needs to be placed at different angles, the Roll Free capabilities assures it is the correct projector of choice.