The World’s First* Ultra-Short-Throw Zoom Lens
Fits Easily in Tight Exhibition Spaces
* As of February 2019. For 0.4:1 throw-ratio or less. According to internal research.
Superior Flexibility for Easy Installation
Conventional ultra-short-throw lenses demand accurate, time-consuming projector installation positioning with no margin for error. The ET-DLE020’s optical zoom, however, provides an installation margin of ±45 mm (±1.77˝) and easy image adjustment at a throw-ratio of 0.280:1, all with zero image offset. Combines with Panasonic laser projectors*1 to support Wide-range Vertical and Horizontal Lens-Shift, more than doubling movable shift area of comparable lenses, increasing installation flexibility, and expediting setup.
*1 Please refer to the specifications page to check projectors compatible with ET-DLE020.
*2 Value is for ceiling installations at WUXGA resolution. Lens-shift value will vary by model. Please see the Throw Distance Calculator for more information. For floor installations, up and right shift will be defined as a positive value. Down and left shift will be defined as a negative value.
Note: Graphic represents a 200-inch projection at WUXGA resolution.
High Reliability for Continuous Operation
The ET-DLE020 features an aspherical all-glass lens that’s heat- and scratch-resistant. Durable construction enhances reliability for long-term use, and when combined with our dust-resistant laser projectors*, assures consistently brilliant images under continuous operation.
* Please refer to the specifications page to check projectors compatible with ET-DLE020.
Zero Offset and Stacking Capability
Install your Panasonic 1-Chip DLP™ projector on-ceiling and close to the wall for full top-to-bottom screen coverage with zero offset and minimal shadowing, even in low-ceiling applications. With no overhang, the ET-DLE020 can be stacked, bringing even higher brightness and versatility to UST projection.
Better Brightness Uniformity for Rear Projection
The ET-DLE020’s straight mirrorless design makes screen-centered projector installation possible in rear-projection applications for uncommonly high brightness consistency across the entire image, even in confined spaces.