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The Lens with the World’s Shortest Throw* for 1-Chip DLP™ Projectors

Panasonic's new ultra-short-throw lens ET-DLE030 enables large-screen projection from a short distance. Applications greatly expand for digital signage in show windows, stores, train stations, and other locations.

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Product Overview

By mounting the newly developed ET-DLE030 ultra-short-throw lens onto Panasonic's 1-chip DLP™ projector*, you can shorten the projection distance by approximately 60 % compared with our ET-DLE085 and ET-DLE080 short throw lenses.

This huge savings in space lets you project images in spots where you previously could not—such as places where the ceiling is too high, or where there is not enough front or rear space for projecting.

* See the specifications for applicable projectors.

ET-DLE030 attached to the PT-DZ870
ET-DLE030 attached to the PT-DZ870

The Ultra-Short-Throw Lens Solves “Space” Issues and Adds High Brightness

The Ultra-Short-Throw Lens Solves Space Issues and Adds High BrightnessThe Ultra-Short-Throw Lens Solves Space Issues and Adds High Brightness

NOTE: In order to provide an exhaust/intake cooling space at the rear/front of the projector, an unobstructed space of 500 mm (19-11/16 in) or more for ventilation above is recommended to have. Please completely separate exhaust/intake air flow.

Application Examples

The ET-DLE030 ultra-short-throw lens makes it possible to install projectors in spaces that were never before possible.
Thus applications greatly expand for digital signage in show windows, stores, train stations, and other locations.

Digital Signage for Retail Store Display

Large images can be projected onto a screen at the back of a shallow show window without blocking the view of the products on display.

This is an example of front projection from above.This is an example of front projection from above.

Digital Signage for Train Station

Projection onto a large screen becomes possible even in places where there wasn't previously enough space for front projection.

This is an example of landscape front projection.This is an example of landscape front projection.

Digital Signage (Portrait Rear Projection)

Dead space, such as pillars, can be used to save space compared to conventional installations.

This is an example of portrait rear projection.This is an example of portrait rear projection.

Staging

Large-screen projection becomes possible in places where the ceiling was previously too high, or the stage was too shallow.

* Possibe only with models equipprd with the Edge Blending function.

This is an example of multiscreen* front projection.This is an example of multiscreen* front projection.

Amusement

Advanced image content can also be displayed in facilities where there previously wasn't enough space to install a projector, greatly increasing the power of the attraction.

Also, combined with projection from under the floor onto the floor surface, or projection onto the ceiling virtually wraps visitors in the image.

This is an example of front projection from above, and rear projection from below onto the floor surface.This is an example of front projection from above, and rear projection from below onto the floor surface.

NOTE: Due to lens characteristics, some screen types may be subject to focusing problems or strong hot spots where large differences in brightness
occur between the hot spots and surrounding areas. If this should occur, please ask a qualified technician or your dealer for solutions.

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