The amount of power consumed by each projector can be a major cost factor when you consider the large number of projectors installed in some buildings. This makes it important to select energy-saving projectors. As power consumption also increases CO2 emissions, energy-saving performance is an issue that should not be overlooked from the perspective of environmental conservation as well. Even a 50 W power consumption can result in a difference of over 30 kg of CO2 emission.*
*Data based on the Japanese Ministry of the Environment.
Some ordinary projector lenses contain hazardous lead.
Panasonic has achieved high levels of energy-efficient performance based on its proprietary high-efficiency lamp design. Panasonic projectors are also packed with energy-saving, cost-reducing technologies, such as the Daylight View technology that enhances image visibility in brightly lit places even without increasing the lamp wattage. In addition, the Auto Power Save*1 feature detects when there is no signal input and puts the projector in standby mode after a preset time has passed. The Standby mode: eco of the D6000 Series achieves one of the industry's lowest levels of standby power consumption at only 0.2 watt. All models comply with the RoHS Directive and come with virtually lead-free lenses.
A Monitoring and Control Software freeware is also available to monitor and turn off projectors from a remote location when the projector is not in use. You can also set a schedule to turn off the projector after a certain hour everyday to prevent projectors from staying on all night long.
*1 PT-F300 Series, PT-D6000 Series and PT-D12000 Series.
Panasonic projector lenses are virtually lead free even though it's exempt from the RoHS Directive.
Instruments are used to test for the content of specified chemical substances at the atomic level.
* This size information is intended only as a guideline. The size may vary depending on the installation conditions.