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Digital Projection to present new dvLED categories and single-chip projectors at InfoComm 2024

Digital Projection, a brand of Delta, will show off the latest projection and dvLED categories at InfoComm 2024 along with the introduction of four new single-chip laser projectors.

With the inclusion of several new dvLED lines for both indoor and outdoor series of displays, along with a range of new laser projectors featuring advanced technologies for improved brightness, color rendering and installation flexibility, Digital Projection will show the following large-format imaging display solutions this year at InfoComm:

New dvLED categories cater to diverse commercial applications

Digital Projection has refined its line of indoor dvLED displays into defined good, better, best categories, plus added two new specialty series.

The “good” Essentials series consists of dvLED solutions that fulfill the fundamental requirements of most commercial projects and offer performance at an accessible price point. A step up, the Performance series satisfies the imaging needs of more sophisticated applications. Positioned at the pinnacle of performance is the Reference series.

For commercial integrators who need expedited solutions or unique custom configurations, Digital Projection offers its Rapid Deployment and Designer series. The Rapid Deployment series features preconfigured, turnkey solutions in commonly requested sizes, pixel pitches, and brightness levels for quicker project completion. The Indoor Designer series features custom cabinets for specialty applications like curved walls.

Digital Projection’s outdoor dvLED series has also been revamped, broken into three specific performance categories and with four brand-new dvLED additions. Integrators looking for large-scale fine-pitch displays with a pixel pitch between 1.2mm and 2.0mm, can choose either the Marquee or Broadway series. Ideal for critical and close-up viewing, both options boast a brightness of 4,000 nits, with the Broadway available in a wide selection of sizes. In environments where viewing takes place from far away, like stadiums and other outdoor venues, a dvLED with a larger pixel pitch and high luminance is suitable. For these applications, Digital Projection offers its new Spotlight and Beacon Plus series. The Spotlight is available in a pixel pitch between 2.5mm and 4.8mm, with a nits rating of 4,000-5,000. Brighter yet is the Beacon Plus at 8,000 nits and 2.9mm to 7.8mm pixel pitch. As always, Digital Projection’s expert design team is available to assist integrators with the selection process, as well as configuration, calibration, and installation.

Four lighter, brighter laser projectors set new performance standards

Digital Projection’s new M-Vision 27000 WU, E-Vision 8000i, E-Vision 10000i WU, and E-Vision 16000i WU single-chip laser projectors boast features normally associated with higher priced three-chip laser projectors, including source redundancy, brightness sync and auto white balance correction. Despite the advanced capabilities, these laser projectors boast a compact footprint, enhancing their installation versatility.

The M-Vision 27000 WU stands out with an impressive 27,000 ISO lumens output, providing exceptional brightness in a wide range of commercial environments. The addition of ColorBoost + Red Laser technology enables the M-Vision 27000 WU to produce realistic and saturated colors, including a full range of red hues.

New to the four laser projectors is the inclusion of Digital Projection’s latest NEXUS chip electronics. This ensures higher bandwidth processing and integration with Digital Projection’s Projector Controller II software to enable seamless image warping and blending.

Multi-award-winning TITAN projectors and Satellite MLS back by popular demand

Digital Projection has increased the light output of the Satellite MLS line by adding a 20,000- and 30,000-lumen Modular Light Source to complement the original 10,000- lumen Satellite MLS. Digital Projection’s flagship TITAN family of projectors will also be well represented at InfoComm, offering systems integrators a three-chip projector for demanding commercial applications.

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