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Panasonic PT-RW620LWE 6200-Lumens Free Lamp WXGA DLP Projector

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Quick Overview

With Panasonic's SOLID SHINE Laser drive at its heart, together with DLP imaging technology, the white PT-RW620L 6200-Lumens WXGA DLP Projector from Panasonic is primed to deliver bright pictures in a broad range of venues and applications. You can set brightness according to ambient conditions and extend maintenance-free life further. With minimal degradation in picture brightness, this lightweight projector is suitable for pro users.

Wide-Spectrum Color
With DLP technology delivering high-resolution detail and dual laser modules outputting up to 6200-lumen of brightness, Quartet Color Harmonizer to reduce energy loss from the light source, and a robust heat-resistant phosphor wheel, the Panasonic RZ660 Series SOLID SHINE Laser system produces clear and sharp images.
White Balance and Accurate Color Reproduction
The Quartet Color Harmonizer wheel mechanism captures a wider color space than comparable projectors, allowing white to be reproduced realistically on-screen.
Maintain Image Quality for Longer
Thanks to the long-lasting dual solid-state laser modules, there are no lamps to replace, and image color/brightness degrades very gradually in consistent, linear fashion. This also reduces maintenance hassle and ensures that out-of-the-box picture quality is preserved longer.
24/7 Operation with Failover Protection
Dual Drive Laser Optical Engine groups laser diodes into two discrete modules. A failsafe redundancy circuit works to minimize brightness and color-uniformity loss, should a laser diode fail, making this projector suitable for mission-critical applications. Furthermore, brightness decreases more gradually and consistently than lamp-based projectors over a 20,000-hour maintenance-free projection period.
Stable Operation in High Temperatures
The PT-RW620 projector features liquid-cooling system for the light source that suppresses temperature rises, enhancing projection stability in ambient temperatures of up to 113°F. This cooling system also helps reduce operational noise to just 35 dB, for distraction-free presentations, and is hermetically sealed so there's no need to periodically replenish the coolant.
Laser Protection
Panasonic laser light is no more harmful to eyesight than a regular lamp-based projector, as a diffusing lens reduces beam energy concentration. Accidental direct exposure will not result in damage to eyesight.
Dynamic Contrast Function Delivers Better Contrast
The projector directly modulates laser power output to achieve high contrast with low power consumption. Digitally controlled frame-by-frame scene-linking modulation ensures highly precise output adjustment, while accurate 10,000:1 contrast is delivered, even when bright and dark scenes frequently interchange.
Vivid Images in Bright Environments
Panasonic's System Daylight View 3 prevents images from washing out in well-lit environments while enhancing brightness perception in multi-projector mapping applications by adjusting sharpness and gamma curves and correcting colors. The result is better visual impact, even in challenging conditions.
Detail Clarity Processor 3 Sharpens the Finest Details
The Panasonic circuit optimizes the sharpness of each image based on the super high, high, medium, and low frequency components of the extracted image information. The resulting images are expressed with natural, convincing realism.
Dust-Resistant Airtight Optical Block
RW620's optical block is airtight, ensuring consistent, long-lasting image quality for up to 20,000 hours without maintenance. The optical block design has passed stringent testing to assure reliability in environments with up to 0.15 mg of particulate matter per cubic meter (based on American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air-Conditioning Engineers and Japanese Building Maintenance Association guidelines). The structure prevents brightness degradation from dust intrusion.
Multiple Modes of Operation
In Normal mode, the projector can operate continuously for about 20,000 hours. In Eco mode, this is extended to around 24,000 hours of continuous operation. These modes enhance suitability for education and signage applications. In environments where full brightness is not necessary, such as surveillance, control, and simulation rooms, constant operation modes extend light-source replacement to up to 87,600 hours in Long Life 3 mode, with consistent brightness and color. In addition to preset operating modes, the RW620 projector can be customized to achieve your preferred balance of brightness performance or extended life.
DICOM Simulation Mode
This imaging mode is similar to the DICOM Part 14 medical imaging standard. It lends a film-like resolution to X-ray images, making the projector ideal for medical presentations and training.
Contrast Sync and Shutter Sync Functions
Contrast Sync allows the projectors' digitally modulated contrast function to be synchronized over the network for consistent picture quality across screens, while Shutter Sync incorporates a master/slave principle to synchronize shutter on/off timing between all networked projectors. It includes simultaneous fade-in and fade-out functions.
Multi-Screen Support System Blends Multiple Screens
Optimally adjust multiple screens with edge blending and color matching. With Edge Blending control, the edges of adjacent screens can be blended and their luminance controlled, while color matching corrects for slight variations in the color reproduction range of individual projectors. PC software assures easy, accurate control.
Multi-Unit Brightness and Color Control
This function automatically corrects brightness and color fluctuations that occur over time in individual projectors on a multi-screen system. Control up to eight projectors connected via a hub, increasing to a maximum of 2,048 projectors with the Multi-Monitoring and Control Software.
Geometric Adjustment Adapts to Special Projection Surfaces
Geo Adjustment adapts the image for projection onto spherical, cylindrical, and other specially-shaped screens. Fine-tuning is performed with the remote control, with no external equipment needed. Paired with the Multi-Screen Support System, highly creative mapping presentations are possible in a variety of event and staging applications.
Single-Cable DIGITAL LINK Control and Video Connection
Upward HDBaseT-compatible DIGITAL LINK supports transmission of uncompressed Full HD video and control commands through a single Cat5e or higher STP cable, for distances up to 492'. You can add an optional DIGITAL LINK Switcher or Digital Interface Box to further simplify installation in large venues, while reducing cost and improving reliability at the same time.
Backup Input Settings
This feature allows smooth switching to a backup input signal should the primary signal be disrupted, guaranteeing reliability for mission-critical control rooms, projection mapping, staging, and other applications where image display must be maintained.
Free 360-Degree Rotation
Projection is possible in any direction vertically and horizontally, and the unit can be rotated 360 degrees for installation at any angle.
Supports Art-Net DMX, Crestron Connected, and PJLink
The projector is compatible with Art-Net DMX protocol for lighting management. This allows the projector to be connected to a lighting console, opening the door to a range of added functionality and control options. The included LAN/DIGITAL LINK terminal also supports Crestron Connected and PJLink (Class 1), for seamless integration of this projector series into an existing AV network utilizing multiple device brands.
Multi-Monitoring & Control Software
Free Panasonic software offers monitoring and control of up to 2,048 devices over a LAN network from a single PC. For monitoring, status for individual devices can be listed in groups, with more detailed information shown separately. Control functions include power on/off, input switching, scheduling, and command inputs.
Web Browser Control
The projector can be easily operated remotely over a LAN network via a computer's web browser. Projectors can be configured to alert the operator via email if an error has occurred.
Quick Start and Quick Off
The laser light source doesn't require any warm-up, so images appear almost instantly (in about 1 second). There's also no cool-down period needed when
turning the power off at the mains—the projector can be turned on and off any time as necessary.
Image Quality 
Resolution Wide XGA (1280 x 800)
Brightness 6200 lumens
Contrast Ratio 10000:1
Uniformity 90%
No. of Colors Full Color
Aspect Ratio(s) Native - 16:10
Display Type DLP (1 chip);
Data Signals WXGA (1280 x 800)
Video Signals (NTSC/NTSC4.43/PAL-M/PAL60), fH: 15.63 kHz, fV: 50 Hz (PAL/PAL-N/SECAM)
H Sync 15-100 kHz
V Sync 24-120 Hz
3D Ready No
Dot Clock 20-162 MHz
Inputs / Outputs
  • BNC, 5 Wire
  • HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface for digital video and digital audio)
  • Ethernet/RJ45 (Network addressable, RJ45)
  • VGA (Analog data, mini D-Sub 15-pin)
  • DVI (DVI (Digital Visual Interface) 29-pin)
  • RS-232 (Serial)
Built-in Audio --
Projection Lens 
Lens powered focus F 1.7-1.9, f 25.6-35.7 mm
Throw Ratio 1.8 - 2.5:1
Keystone Corr. Vertical: ± 40°
Horizontal: ± 15°
Lens Shift +60 %, -16 % (powered)
Proj. Methods Ceiling, Desktop, Front, Rear
Dimensions 19.59" x 7.78" x 22.78" (W x H x D)
Power Supply AC 100–240 V, 50/60 Hz
Universal Power Supply
Power Consumption 1050
Ecomode Yes
(Brightness: 6000 lumens; Lamp life: 2400 hours;)
FCC Class A
Audible Noise 41.0 dB
Lamp Laser
Lamp Life 20000 hours

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