Powerfully bright 3-Chip Laser Projectors for large-scale visual platforms
The new Titan Laser Series is our powerhouse projection options offering between 25,000 and 37,000 lumens. The TITAN 26000 4K-UHD delivers up to 28,000 lumens at the WUXGA option. The latest TITAN, a relatively compact chassis considering its brightness, makes it the ideal projector for the most demanding large-venue applications. Where bright, sharp images are required, the new TITAN series performs without compromise.
These class-leading 3-Chip DLP projectors utilize the very latest in connectivity including DisplayPort, HDMI 2.0 and HDBaseT. The advanced electronics also bring HDR processing to the large venue class of projectors, and features such as Constant Brightness Control and DMX Art-Net compatibility make it the ideal solution for high profile events and fixed installations.
As would be expected for projectors in this class, the TITAN Laser series projectors come with features such as Non-linear Warp, Geometry Correction, Edge Blending, Picture in Picture and much more as standard.
The TITAN series projectors have sealed optics and use liquid cooling with radiators to remove energy to the outside environment. The optical system, from the laser light source up to the lens is completely sealed and can be considered IP60 rated. This ensures that light output and color performance will not be degraded due to the ingress of dust. Additionally, this projector is completely filterless as the system is liquid cooled and uses a radiator heat exchanger, minimizing maintenance as no replacement or cleaning of filters is necessary and allows unrestricted airflow.
Users of the TITAN Laser in live environments will also benefit from the real-time clock for on/off automation, email alerts, and PC based central control software. Those who have lenses from our previous generation of lamp-based TITAN projectors need only to upgrade to the new TITAN chassis as they are compatible with the new TITAN laser series. There is also an optional lens adaptor available which allows a variety of non-Digital Projection lenses to be used with the new TITAN series of laser projectors.