Keynote Photonics is excited to announce that we are now offering evaluation projector solutions using Texas Instruments’ latest 4K DLP660TE chipset. This projector generates over 2000 lm using Philips’ HLD LED no-lamp technology and supports the expanded DCI-P3 color space for cinema-quality applications. The projection system includes a 1.5x zoom and an HDMI 2.0 input port. It also features a “silent” mode under 30 dB, making it one of the quietest projection systems available.
DLP is the leading display technology using LED or laser sources. The reflective nature of the DLP chipset provides an ideal match to these solid-state sources, capturing the full vibrance of their color spectrum. DLP Composer software provides the user with full access to the DLP660TE chipset through an external USB connection. DLP Composer can be downloaded from our customer web-site.
Production solutions are also be available, please contact us for more details. Keynote will be providing custom DLP firmware versions of the TI controller (DLPC4422) tailored to specific customer requirements. Keynote will also be offering firmware upgrades for 3D structured light solutions in the future.
The product specifications can be seen by clicking at this link: http://www.keynotephotonics.com/4k-uhd-hld. If you have any questions, please fill in and submit a contact form and we’ll follow-up with you as soon as possible.