1080p HD LED Projector running for 50,000 hours

Posted September 4th, 2008 at 3:03 PM by Sniper

Chilin Technology have introduced a new projector with projected lamp life of around 50,000 hours which no doubt is plenty for HD watching through your life time. These days the average projector lamp life is around 2,000 hours or so, not sure if that’s under low light conditions though.

Chilin Technology, a leading ODM/OEM manufacturer and supplier of high end home theater projectors is pleased to announce the first liquid cooling LED light source home theater projector. In partnership with Luminus Devices and Texas Instruments, this projector features Luminus PhlatLight LED in place of a conventional UHP lamp, as well as the latest Texas Instrument 1080p (1920×1080) DMD technology. In order to optimize the performance of this new light source, the projector requires a thermal management system that breaks with tradition. To this end, Chilin introduces the1st Lamp Free Full HD Home Theater Projector with liquid cooling into the market.

large liquid cooled projector

With 600 ANSI lumen and >100,000:1 Contrast Ratio, Chilin delivers an unbelievable 128% NTSC color gamut, which is 80% greater than that achieved through conventional UHP projectors. Integrated with Chilin’s tradition of superior optics and color management performance, the picture quality and color performance is simply unbelievable.

To achieve the target of 50,000 hours, Chilin have opted for liquid cooling technology.

[ via Engadget and Ecoustics ]

Comments

3 Responses to “1080p HD LED Projector running for 50,000 hours”

  1. Nabi on November 14th, 2008 2:27 AM

    THE INCREDIBLE DISAPPEARING PROJECTORS

    Well, it’s the middle of November and I ain’t seen it noplace. Reminds me of what they were saying about LED projectors in 2005. Do a search and you’ll see what I meant.

  2. Nabi on December 24th, 2008 6:47 AM

    Xmas now and I’m still (yawn) waiting. This facet of the industry seems to be stuck in a time warp.

  3. Sniper on December 26th, 2008 4:26 PM

    Their probably looking at ways to maximize profit with HD projectors, as it eliminates the profit made from bulbs.

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