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Faithful Colors Produce Exciting New Images on 3D-Compatible*1 Large Screen Plasma Display

• Full HD 3D Ready
• Native Contrast ratio 5,00,000:1
• "SLOT2.0" Function Slot
• PJLinkTM - Compatible Network Function for Remote Control
• Long Panel Life, Up to 100,000 hours




*1: An optional 3D IR Transmitter and 3D Eyewear are required for viewing 3D images.

A Level of Contrast That&s Among the Industry&s Highest

A new plasma panel structure has achieved 5,000,000:1*2 native contrast. From robust blacks to dazzling whites, images are faithfully reproduced with rich gradation and remarkable depth.

*1: Comparing previous models (PF20 Series) in the same-size.
*2: The dark room contrast ratio of the panel unit that can be displayed simultaneously on the same screen. Measured in "Dynamic" picture mode using a white signal in a 4% window.

A New Structure and Phosphors Boost Luminous Efficiency by About 15%*1 in This Innovative 3D Compatible Plasma Panel

FULL HD Moving-Picture Resolution Speed of 1,200 Pixels/Second*1 (1,080 lines of Moving-Picture Resolution*2)

Fast-switching phosphors have increased motion image display performance to approximately 1.5 times*1 the speed of conventional Panasonic models. Afterglow has also been shortened to approximately 1/3*1 the previous level, so even fast-moving images are displayed with excellent stability and minimal blurring.

*1: This is a new motion-image performance index that was announced by the Advanced PDP Display Development Center Corporation (APDC) on January 27, 2011, as an advanced version of the conventional moving-picture resolution index. It expresses the ability to display motion images in Full-HD resolution based on the speed at which an image moves (the number of pixels that move per second).
*2: According to the method for measuring moving-picture resolution to indicate motion-image display performance that was developed by the Advanced PDP Development Center Corporation (APDC).

Sharp, Clear 3D Images*1

When 3D images are shown on display devices that have a slow panel response, the left-eye and right-eye images often overlap to produce double images. In addition to incorporating fast-switching phosphors, the PF30 Series features original light emission control technology that reduces double images and displays crisp, clear 3D images.

*1: An optional 3D IR Transmitter and 3D Eyewear are required for viewing 3D images.

Native Contrast of 5,000,000:1*1

To take maximum advantage of the inherently superior black expression of self-illuminating plasma displays, the newly developed panel allows the PF30 Series to emit light without the use of a pre-discharge. Its high contrast teams up with deeper black reproduction — which forms the basis of image expression — to render rich textures in images with subtle shading and colour differences.

*1: The dark-room contrast ratio of the panel unit that can be displayed simultaneously on the same screen. Measured in "Dynamic" picture mode using a white signal in a 4% window.

Rich, Expressive Gradation of 6,144 Equivalent Steps

Panasonic plasma displays achieve rich shading with an incredibly accurate 6,144 equivalent steps of gradation in all scenes. These displays deliver richer gradation from brilliant whites to robust blacks, and faithfully reproduce the textural quality of the original video source.

Approx. 110%*1 of the Color Gamut of the HDTV Standard

High-definition broadcasts are based on the HDTV standard, rather than the conventional NTSC/PAL standard. Panasonic plasma displays reproduce a wide color gamut exceeding the entire color range specified in the HDTV standard (ITU-R, BT.709). This results in a natural and faithful color reproduction on a large screen. Digital Color Reality technology also assures images with immaculate details.

*1: Comparison based on color gamut

Dynamic Images Viewed from Any Angle

Panasonic plasma display panels use self-illuminating pixels to provide more vivid colour and sharper images that never appear faded, even when viewed at an angle. Panasonic plasma displays deliver high-resolution images without losing the quality of the original video source.

Long Life of up to 100,000 Hours*1

The Panasonic plasma display panel offers a long life of approximately 100,000 hours*1, under normal operating conditions — providing gorgeous HD images for many years.

Long Life for Vertical Installations Too

Panasonic plasma displays can also be set up in a vertical format, allowing for more efficient use of limited space configurations. The long life of approximately 100,000 hours*1 and superb image quality are completely unaffected by vertical installation. When the portrait mode is selected in the initial display settings, the on-screen display rotates 90-degrees for easy reading. The cooling fan control also changes automatically for portrait mode.

*1: Guideline operating hours before the panel brightness is reduced to half when the panel is used to display motion pictures in the Standard mode. Afterimages (burned-in images) and malfunctions are not taken into consideration.

Tough Body with Impact-Resistant Front Glass Panel

The front of the plasma display is covered by a hard glass panel that provides strong resistance to impact and breakage, thereby providing extra assurance against damage when used in busy public spaces. It virtually eliminates any need for additional protective covering.

"SLOT2.0" Function Slot Expands Display Applications

Versatile Video Inputs with Multiple Digital, Analog Connections

The PF30 Series is equipped with full range of video input terminals, so you can input both analog (Component Video, Video, PC) and digital (DVI-D, HDMI) video signals to the display. These standard-equipped terminals handle most of the commonly used video signals.

A Function Slot Expands the Display&s Applications

The "SLOT2.0" function slot lets you add display functions to match your application. By simply mounting an optional function board (sold separately), you can add TV tuner functions and connectivity with a content distribution system.

New Function Boards Support Simultaneous 3D Image Input
3D-Compatible Dual HD-SDI Terminal Board: TY-FB30DHD3D

The HD-SDI simultaneous input system allows 3D images to be transmitted in broadcasting and image production workflows. Left-eye and right-eye image signals are sent through a single coaxial cable.

3D-Compatible Dual DVI-D Terminal Board: TY-FB30DD3D

The TY-FB30DD3D is compatible with the DVI simultaneous input system that is standard for CG applications. Left-eye and right-eye image signals output simultaneously from a PC are sent through DVI cables.

PJLink™*1 — Compatible Network Function for Remote Control

This network function lets you operate displays by remote control and monitor their status through a LAN connection. Since it supports the "PJLink™*1 Class 1" industry standard, existing infrastructure can be used for effective plasma display operation. You can also control the display from a web browser, making it even easier to use. The network function also uses the same protocol as Panasonic projectors, so other video devices can be combined to upgrade the system.

*1: Unified standards for a telecommunications protocol for operating and managing multiple projectors.
• When using the network function, be sure to set "Control I/F Select" in "Network Setup" to "LAN."

4x Digital Zoom

This function lets you enlarge a portion of an image up to four times its normal size and display it on the full screen. This function can help give presentations greater impact.

• Digital Zoom does not work in Multi Display or Dual Picture mode.
• Some degradation occurs when images are enlarged.

Audio Input Select

The video and audio input can each be independently selected. This makes it possible to achieve flexible combinations of images and sounds.

• Monitor Mode
This mode displays images without changing the brightness within the same signal level range, even if the average picture level (APL) of the screen varies. Since this mode maintains white balance regardless of the size of bright areas in the image, it is suitable for use in broadcast stations and image production studios in which precise colour reproduction is required.

• Studio W/B Mode
Lets you set the color temperature that best matches applications in broadcast stations and studios.

• 1:1 Pixel Mode
The 1:1 Pixel mode maps the 1920 x 1080 video content to Full HD panel pixels to display 100% of the original content. By skipping the scaling process, this mode is able to produce high-definition images in their original, 1:1 pixel form.

* Compatible signal format: 1,125/50i, 60i, 24sF, 24p, 25p, 30p, 50p, 60p, 1,250/50i

• Display Size Setting
Displays video signals so that the top, bottom, right and left screen edges that are usually cut off become visible.

• Studio Gain Mode
Increases the contrast to eliminate whiteout.

Portrait Zoom Function Enlarges Horizontal Images for Vertical Display

By dividing horizontal content into three vertical segments, the Portrait Zoom function can dynamically display selected segments. Then, by grouping three 103-inch or 85-inch plasma displays together in portrait mode, a dynamic multi-screen system can be configured to display life-size people with almost the same field of view as the original content.

• Some degradation occurs when images are enlarged.

Multi-Screen System Dynamically Displays Images in Large Spaces

The Multi-Display function enlarges images up to five times their original size, both vertically and horizontally. It enlarges images by the same zoom ratio in both vertical and horizontal directions, such as 2x2, 3x3, 4x4 and 5x5, or by different ratios in order to effectively use vertically or horizontally elongated spaces. Plasma display versatility can be further enhanced by freely selecting the zoom ratio to match the installation space.

• Some degradation occurs when images are enlarged.
• Provide an appropriate air-conditioned environment because the ambient temperature varies depending on the installation condition and location.

Display ID Control

To prevent remote control errors that can occur when multiple displays are installed in close proximity, each display in a multi-screen system must have a unique ID. Assigning a display ID assures reliable remote control operation.

* The optional ID Remote Control Unit (EUR7636070R) is required.

Seam Hides Video Off Mode

This mode displays a full-screen image, including edges (the entire width of the frame) of the display panel. This is especially suitable for displaying text information, since no words are hidden by the frame.

Weekly Command Timer

This function makes it easy to automate display operation so there&s no need for an external scheduler. You can set a variety of operations — power on/off, image source selection, screen saver functions and more — to activate at specific times on specific days of the week.

Remote System Monitoring

Panasonic pro plasma displays feature a monitor command that lets you check the signal from a distant location. In conventional systems, you had to install a monitoring camera to check the images displayed on an advertising display panel or digital signage system. This monitor command, on the other hand, lets you monitor images by simply connecting a PC via a serial cable.

Screen Saver Functions

A variety of screen saver functions help lower the risk of uneven phosphor aging. You can also use the timer to set the screen saver operating time.


The new NANODRIFT SAVER reduces image retention four times*1 more effectively than previous systems. It uses smooth, fine image movement to minimize the possibility of image retention without blocking the view.

*1: Compared to our "wobbling" screen saver.
• NANODRIFT is a trademark of Panasonic Corporation.

Extended Life Settings

It&s easy to make settings that extend the display life because all items that prevent image retention are grouped into a single menu.

Auto Power Off

This function automatically turns off the display power when the screen saver operation ends.

Energy-Saving Functions

A broad range of environment-friendly functions help minimize energy consumption.

• Power Manegement: Power is automatically turned on or off in response to a sync signal from the PC connected to the built-in PC input terminal.
• Auto Power Off: When you&re using a device connected to the multi-function slots, the display panel goes into standby mode after about 10 minutes if no sync signal is received.
• Power Save Mode: Reduces the display&s brightness.
• Standby Power Save Mode: Reduces power consumption when on standby. (Start-up may take a few moments once the display is in this mode.)