Equipped with Laser & LED Hybrid Light Source
World First High-Brightness projector without mercury
CASIO successfully developed an original new semiconductor light source technology combining a Red by red LED, Blue by a blue laser and Green converted by phosphor from a blue laser. This source achieves high luminance over 2000 ANSI lumens safely by employing a phosphor device to modify the wavelengths and phases of blue laser light through DLP® system.
Long-life light source with reduced brightness degradation
Adopting a new semiconductor-based system has enabled CASIO to realize 10 times of longer light source life of approximately 20,000 hours. Compared with conventional high-brightness projectors employing mercury lamps (such as XJ-S58), this cuts the cost as well as the time and effort involved in exchanging lamps dramatically, while at the same time maintaining clear, high-quality images over an extended period by reducing the tendency toward degradation of the brightness.
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