The F70-4K4, powered by Barco Pulse image processing, is a 4,000-lumen addition to the flagship F70 laser-phosphor series with native WQXGA and up to 4K (3,840 x 2,400) resolution. It comes with improved performance for fast moving content, as well as improved color-to-white ratio, intended for high-demanding applications. Designed specifically for the simulation market’s tough requirements it is robust and reliable, with an outstanding image quality.
24/7 operation for Low Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)
Designed for the motion platform's rapid and sudden movements, it is the perfect choice for any type of applications that need a robust visual system that last over time and can be operated 24/7. With a lifetime of up to 60,000 hours* coupled with long service intervals, the F70-series is one of the most durable projectors on the market and make sure the training time is maximized.
Optimized for smooth image performance
The F70-4K4’s powerful and improved Motion Smear Reduction Processing (SRP) is optimized to remove the typical challenges occurring when viewing fast-moving content, e.g. when an aircraft is rolling, pitching, or banking. Combined with an improved color-to-white ratio, the user will experience increased brightness in colors, better color performance across moving images and deeper black levels for an impeccable reproduction of scenes. The SRP feature will also have a positive impact on lifetime.
With the Constant Light Output (CLOTM) functionality, the projector produces predictable, constant brightness and color over time. And thanks to Barco’s unique and proprietary Single Step Processing (SSPTM) technology inherent in Barco Pulse, the F70 can perform several simultaneous processing intensive tasks, like running 4K resolution and warping/blending, without adding extra latency, providing a sharper and higher overall image quality.
*Depending on the mode of operation
- Up to 4K (3,840 x 2,400) resolution
- Durable and robust for 24/7 operation
- Improved motion Smear Reduction Processing (SRP)
- Long lifetime (up to 60,000 hours)