In laser projectors, the images are created with three laser sources – red, green, and blue. They do not require imaging optics; projection is, therefore, possible even on a curved screen without sacrificing edge-to-edge clarity. The output from the powerful laser diodes are just as bright as the xenon lamps that have previously been used.
Our partner NECSEL offers such laser sources: The maximum power achieved in lasers that emit single wavelengths is as follows:
– Red: Up to 8W at 640nm
– Green: 3.5W at 532nm
– Blue: 10W at 445nm
NECSEL’s lasers are not only used in laser projection but also in medical technology, forensics, and illumination.
This product range includes lasers with single wavelengths, multi-colour lasers in which up to seven wavelengths are integrated in a single housing, and RGB lasers with three wavelengths.
All modules are developed and manufactured in California. The company was founded in 1997 and is a leading supplier of laser system solutions with wavelengths in the visible range. With its patented technology, NECSEL has transformed the movie projection and special illumination markets.
Photonex, October 11 – 12, 2017, Ricoh Arena, Coventry, Booth D15
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