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(1) B-STOCK F22 1080 Zoom VizSim Bright S
Model #: 101-2432-08
Thanks to their unmatched image quality, performance and reliability, the versatile F22 projectors are perfect for 24/7 operation in a wide variety of applications, from flight simulators to dark rides in theme parks. Featuring up to 3,300 ANSI lumens, the F22's brightness matches virtually any application. And thanks to its various optional configurations, it can be set to display any desired brightness. Moreover, Philip's VIDI technology enables digital control and lamp output management. Each F22 projector is meticulously calibrated during manufacturing and its unique optical design ensures perfect on-site calibration. With RealColor, you can easily match any number of projectors, and ensure they project the same primary colors and grey scales with a color accuracy down to 0.002. Thanks to its integrated Pixelworks dnx (Digital Natural Expression) engine, the F22 provides 10-bit video processing, with an integral scaler and deinterlacer to perfectly decode, and display video.
Wide choice in resolutions, aspect ratios and lenses
The F22 series covers various resolutions to perfectly meet your specific need. And the same is true for aspect ratios: 16:10 for new computer style displays, 4:3 for domes and curved displays, or 16:9 for video displays. You can also choose from three lenses with high-quality low dispersion glass: a standard zoom lens, a flexible 1:1 wide-angle lens, and an ultra-wide-angle with optical pincushion/barrel adjustement, designed for rear-projection and specialist setups.
Reliable and high-quality DLP images
Geared with single-chip DLP technology, the F22 generates stable, high-contrast images with saturated colors. Thanks to Texas Instruments BrilliantColor technology, color performance and picture quality are greatly improved. Featuring six-color processing, BrilliantColor provides a wide color gamut, boosts secondary colors and delivers reliable and precise colors. The F22 offers full 10-bit per color signal processing and resolution on all digital and analog inputs, and displays smoothly rendered transitions and gradients. Unlike traditional 8-bit displays, where the image often is graded, the F22 diplays an accurate image.
Simple install and servicing
The lightweight and compact F22 can be installed in motion simulators without extra mounting hardware. And as there's no need to unmount the projector, lamp replacements for the F22 are really easy. You can simply take off the front panel of the projector so that mechanical and optical settings are left untouched. Thanks to the built-in real time clock and timer, the F22 can be set to perform a specific task - such as automatically starting and switching off, switching between various sources at set intervals. Up to 10 different programmes can be stored individually.
Fully networkable and customizable to match your needs
Fully networkable, most projector settings and features can be set via the built-in web page, thus allowing for remote asset management. The F22 comes with a full fleet of options such as different color wheels to perfectly match your projection needs.
About projectiondesign projectiondesign is a Norwegian company that designs, manufactures and markets high-performance projectors for professional, business and consumer applications. Amongst its core markets are high-resolution scientific visualization, visual training and simulation, medical imaging, broadcast and post production, public media and entertainment etc. Since 2013, projectiondesign is part of Barco, a global technology company that designs and develops visualization products for a variety of selected professional markets. Barco (NYSE Euronext Brussels: BAR) is active in more than 90 countries with about 3,900 employees worldwide. Barco posted sales of 1.156 billion euro in 2012. projectiondesign is located in Fredrikstad, Norway.
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