Panasonic Quartet Colour Harmonizer Realizes High Brightness and Accurate Colours
Expect saturated colour and finely expressed detail from next-generation 1-Chip DLP™ technology without sacrificing brightness thanks to Quartet Colour Harmonizer, an original colour-wheel technology with optimized optical design. It precisely modulates light-source output according to colour requirements.
Excellent Uniformity for Multi-Screen Projection
1-Chip DLP™ technology allows for great uniformity between adjoining screens. Minimal variation between DMDs allows images from PT-RZ990 Series projectors to be easily blended for a more immersive viewing experience.
System Daylight View 3
Panasonic’s premium System Daylight View 3 technology stops the picture washing out in bright light and preserves brightness, contrast, and colour especially in museum and halls. It uses sensor information to adjust sharpness, gamma curves, and colour to suit on-site lighting conditions.
Smart Projector Control
Smart Projector Control is a mobile app enabling remote control of select projectors. Install on your iPhone or Android™ phone or tablet, connect to your compatible projectors via Wi-Fi® (LAN), and control functions including lens adjustment, input switching, status monitoring, and more. The app also features a handy auto-focus function* that uses the smartphone’s camera to achieve precise projector focus, saving time on installation.
Geometric Adjustment with Free Grid Correction
PT-RZ990 Series benefits from a proprietary Free Grid function built into onboard Geometric Adjustment that supports grid-based image adjustment via remote control. Grid resolutions of 2 x 2, 3 x 3, 5 x 5, 9 x 9, or 17 x 17 can be projected and areas of the image reshaped or geometrically altered to fix screen distortion. This correction is performed by adjusting control-points at grid-line intersections. Move freely between grid resolutions to achieve the desired level of granularity without losing work progress. This clever data-saving function allows technicians to quickly create a distortion-free image.
Expanded Lens Line-up Widens the Scope of Installation
Eleven optional interchangeable lenses cover every installation situation at wide throw-distances from 0.280:1 to 8.58:1. Compatible lenses include the ET-DLE020 Ultra-Short-Throw Zoom Lens. As the world’s first* UST lens with optical zoom, a range of post-installation adjustments are enabled via zoom and V/H lens-shift with zero screen offset. The mirrorless, aspherical glass lens suits compact projector bodies to enable front- or rear-projection in spaces otherwise too small to support short-throw projection.
Supports 4K Signal Input
PT-RZ990 Series supports uncompressed 4K signal input* via HDMI® or DIGITAL LINK terminals. The ability to play Ultra HD video at the projector’s actual resolution is useful when the same signal is distributed to multiple endpoints of differing display resolutions, making the hassle and expense of external converters a thing of the past. These projectors fit your system infrastructure and work flawlessly with other 4K-ready display devices. * Supports signals up to 4K/60p. 4K signals are converted to the projector's resolution (1920 x 1200 pixels) upon projection.
Separate LAN and DIGITAL LINK Terminals
Separate LAN and HBase-T™-based DIGITAL LINK terminals allow 100Base-TX- and 10BaseT-compatible control signals via Panasonic, Crestron®, AMX, and Extron® applications to be assigned to a dedicated LAN connection, freeing the DIGITAL LINK pipeline for video over cable runs of up to 150 m (492 ft)*.
Filter less Projector Structure with Airtight Optical Block
Heat-pipe-based*1 filter less cooling, dust-resistant architecture, and efficient airflow path enable deployment of a hermetically sealed optical engine. With dust resistance exceeding the industry’s toughest guidelines, you are assured of a linear brightness ramp, superior colour uniformity, and maintenance-free projection for 20,000 hours*2. These benefits are welcome when the projector is installed in a difficult-to-access location.
Particulate Matter per Cubic Meter in Different Environments
*1 PT-RZ990/RZ890 feature a heat-pipe-based cooling system. PT-RZ790/RZ690 feature a heat-sink-based cooling system. *2 Around this time, light output will have decreased by approximately 50 %. IEC62087: 2008 Broadcast Contents, Normal Mode, Dynamic Contrast , temperature 30 °C (86 °F), elevation 700 m (2,297 ft) with 0.15 mg/m3 of airborne particulate matter. Panasonic recommends cleaning or check-up at point of purchase after about 20,000 hours. Light-source lifetime may be reduced depending on environmental conditions. Replacement of parts other than the light source may be required in a shorter period. Estimated maintenance time varies depending on environment.
Dual Lasers for Failsafe Reliability
Dual laser optical engine groups diodes into two discrete modules. A redundancy circuit works to minimize brightness- and colour-uniformity loss in the unlikely event a diode fails, making supported products ideal for applications where picture presentation must be maintained.
Backup Input Setting Protects Picture Display
Projectors can be configured to switch instantaneously to a backup input-signal should the primary signal be disrupted*. This layer of insurance is invaluable in control rooms, security and surveillance applications, and for live events where image projection must not be interrupted.
･ Laser safety guaranteed
･ DICOM Simulation Mode
･ Built-in Geometric Adjustment
･ Art-Net DMX, Crestron Connected™, and PJ Link™
･ Rec. 709 Mode for HDTV Projection
･ Fade In and Fade Out