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Norxe - Single Chip LED

THE NORXE P1 PROJECTOR IS UTILIZING THE NEXT GENERATION LED ILLUMINATION TECHNOLOGY

Long Life & Low Maintenance

The optical engine and light sources are sealed, eliminating the need for periodical cleaning. The hermetically sealed DLP DMD and the Solid-state LED illumination both have a typical lifetime of more than 100,000 hours. In fact the only serviceable part is the easily replaceable fan cartridge which should be changed at 50,000 hours.

Truly Solid-State

Built to be shaken and stirred, to withstand many times the force of gravity. Mounted to motion platforms in any orientation. ‘Lens Lock’ technology allows the lens to be locked to the projector body. Lock the lens adjustment rings and lock the Lens body to 3rd party supports for extreme rigidity. 3G motion compatible.

Brightness, Performance & High Contrast

Brightness above >4,000 Lumen Brighter than any other LED projector on the market. The P1 uses next generation LED technology. // The P1 is designed to be continuously run 24/7 in demanding conditions and is warranted for five years. // 1,600:1 to 8,000:1 sequential contrast (full on / full off). greater than 5,000,000:1 dynamic contrast.

Superior Picture Quality

The P1 uses High Resolution single chip DLP technology. Single chip DLP is a sequential color technology. LED refresh rates are high, typically greater than 16x. Lamp based single chip color wheel rotation / refresh rates by comparison are 2.5x to 3.0x, this can cause the color breakup phenomenon commonly known as ‘rainbow’ effect. Laser phosphor based single chip color wheel rotation / refresh rates are typically even lower (2.0x). It has two modes and two resolutions, resulting in four possible configurations. // 2,500 lumens WQXGA color mode, 3,900 lumens WQXGA brightness mode, 2,750 lumens WUXGA color mode, 4,250 lumens WUXGA brightness mode

LED Superior Color

Because LED produce richer more saturated color the perception of brightness to the human eye is even greater than it’s physically measured brightness. It’s know as the Helmholtz-Kohlrausch effect. When the colors are more saturated, our eyes interpret it as the color’s luminance and chroma. This makes our eyes see the colors as brighter than they are physically measured. // Lens options comprise all glass, aspherical, no doublet optical elements & include ‘lens lock’ technology. Scheimpflug adjustment is a standard feature.Lens options are future proofed. Each has been designed to resolve 4K, 5.4 micron pixel pitch. // N1 – 0.80 – 1.25: @ WQXGA (0.74-1.16:1 @ WUXGA) & N2 – 1.20 – 1.60:1 @ WQXGA (1.12-1.50:1 @ WUXGA) // Lens focus, zoom (where applicable) & Iris on all lens options is motorized. Stepper motors are used throughout to ensure high degree positional accuracy. Horizontal & Vertical Lens Shift is motorized. Stepper motors are used throughout to ensure high degree positional accuracy.

Designed for IR

Many factors were taken into consideration when designing the P1, not least the inclusion of IR to support Night Vision Goggle training scenarios. The default IR wavelength is 740 nm, other options are available upon request. 740 nm is the default wavelength because it provides good ANSI Contrast, reduces visible versus IR lens focus variation and removes the need for specialist IR optimized lens options.

  

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