CES 2015: Panasonic’s Space Player Delivers Dynamic Projection and Lighting With No Maintenance for 20,000 Hours
Panasonic’s Space Player Delivers Dynamic Projection and Lighting With No Maintenance for 20,000 Hours
Multi-faceted lighting solution features high efficiency laser technology, no maintenance and content manager scheduling
NASHVILLE, TN (JANUARY 5, 2015) – The Panasonic Projection Lighting Space Player™ makes maintenance-free projection easier than ever. Manufactured by Panasonic, the Space Player delivers a multi-faceted lighting solution that combines Panasonic’s reliability and reputation as a leading player in the field of projectors and lighting.
This revolutionary new product line utilizes solid-state laser illumination technology and easily mounts on traditional lighting track. Since it operates using a laser light source with Panasonic’s Solid State illumination technology, the Space Player can run up to 20,000 hours without a lamp replacement. It uses a fraction of the energy consumed by typical projection systems. Its sealed optics and filter-free design completely eliminate the need for cleaning.
With its content manager function, the Space Player provides increased operating freedom, allowing users to employ Wi-Fi to schedule a variety of content directly from their laptops or handheld devices. Content includes pictures, movies, music, playlists, signage or any combination thereof. The content manager also provides functional control, such as power on and off, allowing for even greater energy savings.
“The Space Player sets the pace for technological innovation within the lighting and projection industries,” said Chris Holstein, vice president of marketing at Universal Lighting Technologies (a member of the Panasonic Group, which also markets the Space Player). “The product offers our customers the benefits of dynamic lighting while requiring virtually zero maintenance. And, with the Content Manager, customers can set up, schedule and control content with minimal effort.”
The Space Player offers a high level of flexibility. Fully equipped with vertical, horizontal and corner keystone correction, users can effortlessly adjust images to fit angled walls for attractive adjusted projection without angle distortion. Lighting and projection can be displayed dynamically over any object, while the fixture’s aesthetic design complements the environment of even the most elegant space. A universal joint allows additional flexibility in adjusting the direction of the projector. In addition, the Space Player’s 2.2x zoom lens enables users to tailor the projection, from large to small and even intimate formats.
The Space Player is on display at Panasonic booth #9808 in the Las Vegas Convention Center’s Central Hall during the Consumer Electronics Show, January 6-9. Read more about the Space Player online. To learn more about the Panasonic Space Player or Universal Lighting Technologies, please contact Chris Holstein at CHolstein@unvlt.com.
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About Panasonic Lighting Americas, Inc.
Panasonic Lighting Americas, Inc. is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Panasonic Group. Under the Americas umbrella, they operate Universal Lighting Technologies, Inc., a market leader in linear fluorescent, compact fluorescent, HID, eHID and LED solutions for commercial lighting applications. They also operate Douglas Lighting Controls, an industry leader in whole building and intelligent controls systems.
About Universal Lighting Technologies
Universal Lighting Technologies, Inc., produces some of the world’s most advanced LED, linear fluorescent, compact fluorescent, HID, and eHID solutions for commercial lighting applications, as well as the most cost-effective energy management systems in the lighting industry today. A global leader in research and development since 1947, Universal Lighting Technologies joined the Panasonic Group in 2007. Today, the company manufactures and distributes products under the Universal®, EVERLINE®, Triad®, Panasonic, Vossloh-Schwabe, DCL®, DEMANDflexTM, and Signa® brand names. Universal Lighting Technologies — Energy Intelligence in Lighting.
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