At CEDIA Expo 2019, Digital Projection (DP) offered a special technology preview of its revolutionary new Satellite Modular Laser System (Satellite MLS). Featuring pure RGB Laser Illumination, this projector advancement separates the light source—with its associated power and thermal management—to a remote location, thus enabling a small and quiet projection “head” that only contains key imaging optics.
“Some of our projectors are really quite large, which can be a limiting factor for some spaces,” said Chuck Collins, vice president of sales, Digital Projection. “So, we started playing with the idea of what our models would look like if we could remove the light system and connect it remotely. That led to a pretty game-changing concept.”
By separating the projection head from the light source and linking the two by fiber optic cables, Digital Projection’s Satellite MLS offers installers flexibility, particularly where space and access are limited. In addition, the Satellite MLS offers widely customizable system configurations, all producing superb color gamut and contrast and virtually silent operation.
“Satellite MLS offers efficient and simple building blocks that allow users to address a wide range of applications from single projector installs to complex multi-channel domes, caves and simulators,” Collins added. “With the Satellite MLS, one can rackmount our modular laser systems to create up to 60,000 lumens that can be displayed on any number of projector heads.”
“With the smaller footprint, virtually silent ‘head’, and the light engine connect through an optic fiber link, we know this product is about to revolutionize projection,” Collins concluded. “We’re pretty proud of the Satellite MLS and excited that the reception have been so positive at CEDIA Expo 2019.”
To see Digital Projection’s Satellite MLS in action, visit the company in Booth 2543.
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