Panasonic PT-DW750BU WXGA 720p DLP Projector

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  • Panasonic PT DW750BU WXGA 720p DLP Projector
  • Panasonic PT DW750BU WXGA 720p DLP Projector
  • Panasonic PT DW750BU WXGA 720p DLP Projector
  • Panasonic PT DW750BU WXGA 720p DLP Projector
  • Panasonic PT DW750BU WXGA 720p DLP Projector
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Description

Panasonic PT-DW750BU Overview

Enjoy bright, high-resolution images with the black Panasonic PT-DW750BU 7000-Lumen WXGA DLP Projector. It features up to 7000 lumens of brightness and a 3000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, which work together to overcome light in most rooms and provide detail in dark areas of the image. Additionally, this projector sports a WXGA 1280 x 800 native resolution for viewing detailed pictures or data. It is powered by a DLP chip system with a dual-lamp design. The PT-DW750BU includes a lens with a 1.8 to 2.5:1 throw ratio that can produce images from 50 to 600"; other lens options with varying throw ratio and screen size ranges are available separately.

With HDMI, DVI-D, 5-BNC, and VGA inputs, this projector supports different types of external video sources. It is controllable via Ethernet, RS-232, M3, or the included IR/wired remote control.

Key Features

  • Brightness of 7000 Lumens
  • WXGA (1280 x 800) Native Resolution
  • 1.8 to 2.5:1 Throw Ratio
  • HDMI, DVI-D, 5-BNC, VGA Inputs
  • Crestron Connected & AMX Compatible
  • Ethernet & RS-232 Controllable
  • Wireless/Wired Remote Control Included

High Brightness of up to 7000 Lumens

The dual-lamp system uses two 310W lamps to provide up to 7000 lumens of brightness.

Low 30 dB Noise Operation in Normal Mode

Thanks to an integrated airflow control system and cooling fans, operation noise is as low as 30 dB, even when the projector is used with the lamps at full power in normal mode. The projector takes in air from the bottom and exhausts it from the back, eliminating openings in the front and sides to minimize noise leakage. The fans are also positioned to enable the fans to operate efficiently with slower rotation and less noise.

Dynamic RGB Booster Enhances Brightness and Color Reproduction

Panasonic's RGB Booster helps enhance image quality by combining Panasonic's Vivid Color Control technology with a lamp modulation drive system. Images are analyzed frame by frame, and scene-linking and real-time modulation are used to achieve high brightness and vivid color reproduction.
  • Vivid Color Control is designed to optimize the use of the color segment areas of the color wheel. It increases the brightness of each RGB color by minimizing the unallocated portions between the colors to create more vivid colors.
  • With lamp modulation technology, the projector can control the lamp intensity for each segment of the color wheel separately, optimizing light usage and obtaining balanced color without lowering the brightness, for augmented color fidelity.

Detail Clarity Processor Helps Produce Natural Details

This circuit is engineered to optimize the sharpness of each image based on the frequency levels of the extracted image information for natural, lifelike images.

System Daylight View 2 Enhances Color Perception

This technology is designed to optimize image quality to enhance the color perception of the projected image in bright rooms. With a brightness of up to 10,000 lumens, it can provide comfortable viewing even in bright lighting, and allows viewers to concentrate on the images.

DICOM Simulation Mode

The PT-DW750BU offers a DICOM Simulation Mode that allows the projector to simulate the results of devices compliant with the Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine (DICOM) Part 14 standardized display function, for display of grayscale images. The DICOM Simulation Mode, which supports both Blue and Clear Base, adjusts the gradation between the minimum and the maximum luminance, so gradation is distributed optimally. This feature is optimized for displaying medical images such as X-rays, CAT scans, and MRIs, making the PT-DW750BU useful for non-diagnostic purposes such as lectures, academic meetings, and hospital conferences. This feature is recommended for use in medical schools for training and educational use only.

Rec. 709 Mode for HDTV Projection

Rec. 709 Mode is designed to achieve optimal color reproduction when images from an HDTV source are projected.

Waveform Monitoring

When the output level of the source device fluctuates due to the performance of the device or its cable connections, the original black and white levels of the image content cannot be reproduced correctly. With the PT-DW750BU, you can view the waveforms on the screen and adjust the settings either automatically or manually, as you prefer.

10-Bit Image Processing

The use of a 10-bit image processing system is designed to provide smooth tonal expression, such as natural-looking skin tones.

3D Color Management System

Changes in color saturation, hue, and brightness differ from color to color. 3D Color Management is designed to correct these changes to produce accurate colors that are close to the original images, even when viewed on a large screen.

Dynamic Sharpness Control with Digital Noise Reduction

Only the pixels in image areas with a small change in brightness level are sharpened. This is fashioned to reduce noise amplification to help deliver clear, natural-looking images. The Digital Noise Reduction feature has three mode selections to match the level of noise; it can also be turned off.

AI Scene Control

Lamp brightness is automatically optimized to match the characteristics of the picture in real time, helping to increase the dynamic range, accurately rendering black portions of the screen as deep, dark blacks, and achieving a contrast ratio of up to 3000:1.

2:2 Pulldown Mode

This mode projects 24p film content at 48 Hz to reduce judder.

sRGB Compatibility

Compatibility with the sRGB color space enables accurate color reproduction.

Up to 4000-Hour Lamp Life

The PT-DW750BU uses two 310-watt lamps with a replacement cycle of up to 4000 hours in normal mode to help reduce its total cost of ownership.

Dust-Resistant Optical Block

The optical block is hermetically sealed to resist the effects of dust and other particles in the air, making it possible to omit air filters from the optical section, thereby lowering its total cost of ownership.

Dual-Lamp System Helps Prevent Image Interruptions

In dual-lamp operation mode, if one lamp fails, the other lamp will continue to provide light for your images. Lamp Relay mode also operates the lamps alternately to enable 24/7 projection.

Liquid Cooling for the DLP Chip

The projector's liquid cooling system directly cools the DLP chip to help improve performance and enable operation up to 113°F. This allows the PT-DW750BU to be used in a wider variety of environments while stabilizing performance and keeping it quiet, even in harsh conditions. It contributes to the projector's relatively small size. The cooling system is also hermetically sealed, so you won't need to replenish the liquid.

Flexible Installation with Powered Lens Shift, Zoom, and Focus

The adjustment range of the powered horizontal/vertical lens shift function helps assure convenience and versatility during installation, letting you make adjustments with the remote control. The projector can also be rotated 360° vertically, allowing you to install it at nearly any angle you want to accommodate different installation conditions.

Geometric Adjustment for Non-Rectangular Screens

This function adjusts the image for projection onto spherical, cylindrical, and other non-standard screen shapes. You can make the adjustment using just the remote control, with no external equipment needed. Four-Corner Adjustment and Keep Aspect Off functions further simplify fine adjustment.

Multi-Screen Support System Connects Multiple Screens

The Multi-Screen Support System is designed to optimally adjust multiple screens, including edge blending, color matching, and digital image enlarging.
  • With edge blending, the edges of adjacent screens can be blended and their luminance controlled.
  • Color matching is designed to correct for slight variations in the color reproduction range of individual projectors.
  • Digital image enlarging, along with the built-in digital zoom function, allows images to be enlarged up to 10x, horizontally and vertically. Up to 100 projectors (10 x 10) can be edge-blended at a time to create large, multi-screen images.

Backup Input Setting Helps Assure Reliability and Optimize Performance

The Backup Input Setting allows the signal to be switched to the backup input signal when the input signal is disrupted, helping to ensure high reliability. This is well suited for control rooms, projection mapping, staging, and other applications where images shouldn't be interrupted.

Selection of Lenses

A variety of lenses add versatility and flexibility to projector installation. Lenses that adjust the throw ratio of the projector make it easy to adapt the projector to your installation site compared to fixed-lens projectors. The lenses are designed to attach and detach with ease.

Lens-Centered Design

The projector's lens-centered, symmetrical design helps ease installation, eliminating the need for special considerations when planning the installation site.

Designed for Easy Lamp Replacement

To help simplify maintenance, you can replace the lamp from the rear, making it easy to do so while the projector is still mounted or dual-stacked.

Picture-in-Picture Function

Two different image sources can be simultaneously displayed. The size and position of both windows can be changed for more flexible and effective image presentations.

Remote Monitoring and Control via LAN

A web browser on a computer connected through a wired LAN system lets you remotely operate projectors and check their status. An email messaging function can also notify you when a lamp needs replacement, and indicate the overall projector status. In addition, Multi-Projector Monitoring and Control Software is available for monitoring and controlling multiple compatible Panasonic projectors from a single computer. The wired LAN terminal is compatible with PJLink (class 1), an open protocol used by a number of manufacturers to enable integrated control of systems containing different brands of projectors.

Crestron Connected and AMX Device Discovery

The LAN terminal allows a computer connected to the network to use Crestron Connected application software to manage and control system devices. AMX Device Discovery technology is built into the PT-DW750BU.

Compatible with Optional ET-SWA100-Series Early Warning Software

The optional ET-SWA100-series software monitors projectors and displays that are connected to an intranet and informs you when an abnormality is detected or predicted, and when there are symptoms of trouble. This helps minimize downtime to provide more stable operation, saving time and reducing maintenance and service costs.

Multiple Terminals for System Versatility

The projector's array of terminals includes an HDCP-compliant DVI-D, HDMI, and two sets of RGB inputs to support a range of projection needs. The serial terminal can be used to connect and operate AMX and Crestron control systems. A LAN/DIGITAL LINK connector enables remote monitoring and control, and simplified cabling.

Art-Net Compatible

The PT-DW750BU is compatible with the Art-Net protocol for lighting management, which lets you connect the projector to your lighting console and operate functions such as shutter on/off, input change, power on/off, and more, together with your light control.

DIGITAL LINK Single-Cable Solution with Optional DIGITAL LINK Switcher

DIGITAL LINK is a function added to HDBaseT technology that enables the PT-DW750BU to receive uncompressed digital HD video and control signals from up to 492' over a single Cat5e cable or higher. This simplifies cabling and system upgrades, making it well suited for ceiling mounting and other permanent installations. DIGITAL LINK can be used only with a DIGITAL LINK switcher, which is available separately.

Additional Features

  • Mechanical lens shutter
  • Scheduling function
  • Direct power off
  • 98.4' wireless remote control range
  • Control device setup function
  • ID assignment for up to 64 units
  • Built-in test pattern
  • Built-in NTSC 480i closed caption decoder
  • RoHS compliant
  • Theft prevention with the Startup Logo and chain opening

Panasonic PT-DW750BU Specs

Image Display

Display System 1-Chip 0.65" DLP
Native Chip Resolution 1280 x 800 (WXGA)
Maximum Brightness 7000 Lumens
Uniformity 90%
Aspect Ratio Native: 16:10
Scan Horizontal: 15 to 100 kHz
Vertical: 24 to 120 Hz

Lens

Focus Manual Powered
Lens f/1.7 - 1.9 (f = 25.6 - 35.7 mm)
Lens Shift Vertical: -16 to 60%
Horizontal: -10 to 30%
Throw Ratio 1.8 to 2.5:1
Projection Size 50 - 600" / 127.00 - 1524.00 cm

Features

Keystone Correction Vertical: ± 40°
Horizontal: ± 15°
Ceiling Mountable Yes
Rear Screen Projection Yes
Built-In Speaker None
Closed Captioning Yes

Input/Output Connectors

Wireless LAN / Wi-Fi None

General

Light Source Lamp (2 x UHM)
Lamp Power 310 W
Expected Lamp Life Full Brightness: 4000 Hours
Low Brightness: 12,000 Hours
Fan Noise Full Brightness: 30 dB
Medium Brightness: 28 dB
Supported Languages English
French
German
Italian
Japanese
Korean
Portuguese
Russian
Simplified Chinese
Spanish
Heat Dissipation 2696 BTU
Power Consumption Full Brightness: 790 W
Standby Mode (Lamp Off): 3 W
Dimensions (W x H x D) 19.6 x 6.9 x 20.5" / 498.0 x 175.0 x 521.0 mm With included lens; height with legs at the shortest position
Packaging Info
Package Weight 52 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)  
 
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Warranty Information

1 Year Parts & Labor Manufacture Warranty
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