Promethean AV has expanded its product range with the exclusive addition of the new Sanyo PLC-XE30 LCD pin coded projector in an effort to help schools drive down the amount of projector thefts from educational premises.
The PLC-XE30 features a PIN coded audible alarm which is set by inputting a four-digit keycode. The alarm operates by means of a tilt mechanism which can be switched to a variety of settings depending on where the projector is being used. It also benefits from a pin code lock which prevents the appliance from being operated by unauthorised individuals.
A capacitor back up allows the projector to be unplugged accidentally from the mains without damaging the bulb, helping to protect the life of the lamp. This works by allowing the cooling fan to keep running, even after the projector has been unplugged.
With a sophisticated XGA resolution and a projector brightness of 1500 ANSI lumens, the PLC-XE30 is well suited to the projector needs of the classroom environment.
Steve Dracup, managing director of Promethean AV commented: "Over the years, schools up and down the country have been robbed of their high value appliances. Our aim with this product is not only to provide a projector which has all the latest features, but also to ensure that it is a highly secure appliance where those responsible for it can put their minds more at ease."
The PLC-XE30 projector is a lightweight model, and comes in a stylish new silver and white casing design.