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NEC adds 6K lumen laser to P Series

The 6,000 lumen ultra-quiet is latest laser for NEC

CHICAGO – NEC Display Solutions of America, Inc., a leading provider of commercial projectors and displays, today announced the expansion of its popular P Series line of projectors to include a new 6,000-lumen entry-level installation laser projector equipped with Whisper Quiet technology and the only filter-free LCD, low-maintenance design in its class.

NEC’s proprietary Whisper Quiet technology features a patented sealed cooling engine that almost eliminates fan noise, making the P605UL the quietest 6,000-lumen projector on the market. While typical projectors in its class generate an average of more than 37 decibels, the P605UL will generate just 19 decibels of noise in Eco mode. This makes it ideal for higher education classrooms, conference rooms and other locations where a large, high-quality image is needed with as few noise distractions as possible.

The P605UL is also equipped with advanced features including LCD technology, manual lens shift, and HDBaseT connectivity. The laser technology means there’s no lamp to replace, while the sealed cooling engine eliminates the need for a filter, considerably reducing maintenance costs – a key consideration for budget-conscious education and corporate customers.

“Our new P605UL is the quietest 6,000-lumen projector on the market today,” said Ryan Pitterle, Product Manager, NEC Display Solutions. “The P605UL makes laser projection technology more accessible than ever before, bringing professional-level brightness and advanced features like a sealed cooling engine to a whole new set of customers. The filter-free, low-maintenance design is a high priority for corporate and higher education customers who have projectors deployed across a broad campus, and we’ve designed the P605UL to meet their specific needs.”

The 6,000-lumen brightness enables the P605UL to deliver large, clear and dynamic images up to 4K/30hz resolution even when the lights need to stay on in the lecture hall or board room. In addition, the laser light source offers a minimum of 20,000 hours of reliable life, which combined with its filter-free and low maintenance design, lowers its total cost of ownership.

True to NEC’s P Series heritage of offering exceptional value and performance, the P605UL has a unique combination of installation features at a low cost, including manual horizontal and vertical lens shift, 1.6x zoom lens and HDBaseT input. The P605UL also offers improved wireless collaboration capability and advanced networking connectivity including:

·         Dual HDMI for seamless switching between Blu-ray, computer or other digital sources

·         USB with 2.0A support for powering third-party devices

·         LAN port for network control and asset management

·         Optional Wireless Module (NP05LM1) with MultiPresenter capability for up to 16 simultaneous connections.

The P605UL is backed by a 5-year/20,000-hour warranty with NEC’s InstaCare replacement program included. The P605UL begins shipping in July for a minimum advertised price of $3,599. For additional information and specs, please visit NEC Display Solutions.

About The Author

Tim Albright is the founder of AVNation and is the driving force behind the AVNation network. He carries the InfoComm CTS, a B.S. from Greenville College and is pursuing an M.S. in Mass Communications from Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville. When not steering the AVNation ship, Tim has spent his career designing systems for churches both large and small, Fortune 500 companies, and education facilities.


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