dnp Laser Panel

dnp 100” LaserPanels provide a strong alternative to LED flat screen in meeting rooms, classrooms and even private homes. In the 90-100” range, they offer the most attractive size-costquality profile on today’s market! dnp optical flat screen

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dnp LaserPanel

dnp LaserPanels offer large high-contrast images at a fraction of the cost of an LED flat screen. They meet the users’ demands for large easy-to-install display sizes while remaining affordable for companies, educational institutions and homeowners.

How it works
dnp LaserPanels are based on optical screen technology, and powered by a laser projector mounted over the screen, which shoots down from a steep angle. The display is mounted on the wall like LED flat screens. And since it is an ultra short throw solution, users never need to worry about stepping into the beam while presenting.

Easy to install one-box solution 
The compact display can be fitted into any conference and meeting room. It is available as a one-box solution including laser projector, screen and projector mount (touch version). All elements of the display can be mounted on the wall with the projector above or below the screen.

Touch screen option
The dnp LaserPanel is available in a standard version and a Touch version for interactive presentations. The dnp LaserPanel Touch is equipped with an interactive camera and IR pen.

• 100” optical flat screen display in 16-9 format
• Optical screen and laser projection technology
• Full HD resolution (1920x1080p)
• One-box solution
• Touch version available
• Optimized for comfortable viewing

What’s in the boxes
A dnp Optical Flat Screen, dnp laser projector, IR remote control, mount (Touch version), installation guides, user manual, WiFi dongle (Touch version).

The soft version of the dnp LaserPanel is designed to be installed with the projector below the optical screen, The dnp LaserPanel Touch can be installed with the projector positioned either above or below it. In situations with high levels of ambient light, dnp recommends mounting the projector below the screen, so that images are projected upwards. In this position, ambient light is blocked from above, leading to even higher image contrast. Due to the asymmetrical lenses, correct orientation of the screen in relation to the projector is essential in all cases.