Barco has expanded its projector portfolio with a cost-effective single-chip DLP projector producing 12,000 centre lumens light output. The new RLS-W12 offers WUXGA (1920 x 1200) resolution, extended warping and blending, and HDBaseT technology to provide video over a single cat 5 cable.
The model suits use in small to medium-sized venues, with an optional rental frame for the rental and staging market.
“Our RLS-W12 projector is a smart choice for customers who are looking for a cost-effective projector that delivers the brightness needed for large screens,” says Barco’s strategic market director Richard Marples. “Designed for fixed installation in museums, theatres and conference auditoriums, it’s also ideally suited for the hotel and exhibition rental market thanks to its rugged design, extended warping and blending functionalities, and optional rental frame. We’ve also integrated HDBaseT into the new RLS-W12 to satisfy growing market demand for this technology.”
Featuring both HDBaseT and BarcoLink technology, the RLS-W12 supports point-to-point transmission of video signals – up to WUXGA (1920 x 1200) at 60Hz – from source to projector, over distances of more than 70 meters, via a single cat 5 cable or a single BNC cable.
The RLS-W12 features a rugged design that reduces noise and minimises power consumption. It achieves its 12,000 centre lumens with affordable, long-life twin 465W NSH lamps, and operates at full brightness on a voltage range of 110V to 240V.
The RLS-W12 can be easily controlled in multiple ways: via the new wired or wireless remote control, the projector control app for Android and iOS devices, and the user-friendly Barco Projector Toolset software.
Source: media release
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