Company Overview of Panasonic Corporation of North America, Inc.
Panasonic Corporation of North America, Inc. manufactures and markets electronic products in the United States and Canada. The company offers consumer electronics, including televisions, Blu-ray, digital versatile disc, audio products, cameras and camcorders, phones and home office products, A/C/vent fans and tools, home appliances, personal care products, and accessories. It also offers automotive, bio-medical, cardio-health station, commercial food equipment, computers and tablets, document management and imaging, hearing instruments, heating and air conditioning, large scale LED, medical imaging, POS and wireless headsets, professional displays and video, projectors, solar/eco, power tool...
One Panasonic Way
Secaucus, NJ 07094
Founded in 1959
Key Executives for Panasonic Corporation of North America, Inc.
President of Panasonic Professional Display Company
President of Panasonic Display Company
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2012.
Panasonic Corporation of North America, Inc. Key Developments
Panasonic Adds Short-Throw Projector to SOLID SHINE Series Lamp-Free Lineup
Jun 12 13
Panasonic System Communications Company of North America announced the addition of a short-throw model to its SOLID SHINE Series line of lamp-free (LED/Laser) projectors. Depending on light source settings, the new PT-RZ475U can deliver up to 10 years (87,600 hours) of 24/7 operation without the need for lamp or filter maintenance, resulting in low total cost of ownership. The PT-RZ475U delivers excellent HD picture quality with a high contrast ratio of 20,000:1, can be used in portrait mode and has the ability to display 3D images. Ideal for rear projection applications this new projector provides a solution to command and control, simulation and digital signage applications. The PT-RZ475U is DIGITAL LINK compatible which assures end users of a much simplified AV infrastructure with high definition video, audio, and control signals all carried over a single CAT5e or higher specification Ethernet cable for up to 100 meters. This solution reduces cabling costs and complexity and simplifies installation and maintenance. Panasonic's proprietary Digital Interface Box, the ET-YFB100G ($1,999.00 MSRP) is currently available and can be paired with the PT-RZ475U projector for DIGITAL LINK connection, or the projectors can be used with major AV control manufacturers' protocols such as Crestron's Digital Media 8G, Extron's XTP Systems, and AMX's Enova DVX and other manufacturers' HDBaseT variants without the need for an external receiver. PT-RZ475U Specifications: Resolution- 1080P (HD); Brightness- 3,000lm/1,600lm/1,000lm; Lens- 0.8:1 fixed; Contrast Ratio- 20,000:1; Light source- LD+LED hybrid Life 26,280h - 87,600h (Depends on brightness); Availability- June; MSRP-$12,799.00.
Panasonic Announces New Additions to its Range of Professional Audio Visual Technologies
Jun 12 13
Panasonic announced new additions to its wide range of professional audio visual technologies, including new projectors, professional displays and digital signage solutions in Orlando. In 2013, additions include a new line of interactive plasma displays, the first Panasonic interactive ultra-short throw projector, the industry's WUXGA single chip DLP(TM) projector and a new outdoor-ready ultra-bright LCD display. The company will also be demonstrating interactive way-finding tools, wireless connectivity with Toughpad rugged tablets and Toughbook mobile computers, HD video production equipment, high brightness short throw projection as well as a large video wall for digital signage. The projectors include: PT-RZ475U: The PT-RZ475U is an expansion of the lamp-free projection lineup, features fixed short throw lens and employs new laser/LED light-sourced projector technology that depending on the setting can run 24/7 for up to ten years (87,000 hours), without lamp or filter maintenance. It is also 3D compatible, can be used in portrait mode and is equipped with DIGITAL LINK a feature that when connected to a compatible switcher, makes it possible to transmit AV content and control signals via a single CAT5e cable or higher up to 328 ft; PT-DZ870U Series and DLE030 Ultra Short-Throw Lens: The PT-DZ870UK is the industry's single chip DLP(TM) projector1, offering 8,500 lumens, WUXGA (1,920 x 1,200) resolution, a contrast ratio of 10,000:1 as well as Panasonic's proprietary new Dynamic RGB Booster, which optimises lamp intensity of individual red, green and blue colors according to each image. The series is comprised of the PT-DZ870UK, the PT-DW830UK and the PT-DX100UK, and when paired with the optional ET-DLE030 ultra short throw lens, are able to project a 100-inch image from 2.7ft away; PT-CW330 Ultra Short-Throw Series: With up to 3,100 lumens and a contrast ratio of 8,000:1, the new portable, ultra-short throw PT-CW330 Series produces bright, crisp, clear images and includes interactive models. These projectors are able to generate an 80-inch diagonal image from less than two feet from lens to screen, delivering large image projection in confined spaces, without distracting shadows cast by presenters. Panasonic will be adding a number of new displays to its already expansive line of professional plasma, LCD and LED displays. This year, additions include: Panasonic Interactive Displays, LFX6, LFV50, LF60 and LF6 Series, LFE6 Series and LRU60 Series.
Panasonic Launches Interactive Displays to Increase Collaboration in the Classroom and Boardroom
Jun 12 13
Panasonic announced the new family of Panasonic Interactive Displays. These plasma displays increase collaboration and foster idea sharing by combining whiteboard-style collaborative functions with Panasonic's renowned high definition displays to take group learning and teamwork to a new level in both classroom and business applications. The Panasonic Interactive Displays include integrated pen-touch capabilities through an Electronic Pen System that detects and displays the input device's position from the light emitted by each of the Full HD (1920x1080) pixels. The system allows up to four pens to be used simultaneously for actions such as written annotation, drawing and moving items independently around the screen. The system has a remote pointer function that allows users to point, draw and annotate from up to 16 feet away (85/103PB1 is from up to 26 feet away). Only the pen is detected, so there are no false touches caused by contact with clothing or hands. Because the technology is based on fixed location pixels, the device requires no calibration, which decreases total installation time as well as follow up maintenance. In addition, the pen can be used as a mouse without extra software or driver. In higher education, Panasonic Interactive Displays are ideal for universities looking to encourage collaboration in smaller classrooms or labs and for use by the athletic department for coaching and game analysis. In K-12 applications, Panasonic Interactive Displays encourage in-classroom, hands-on collaboration as well as artistic creativity. In business environments, the displays are the ideal presentation platform to support and encourage information sharing and collaboration as well as video conferencing with real-time document sharing and editing. Offered as the 50-inch TH-50PB2U, 65-inch TH-65PB2, 85-inch TH-85PB1 and 103-inch TH-103PB1, these professional plasma displays also feature wireless capabilities and a cable free design. Data on a PC screen can be easily transmitted via a Panasonic Easy Wireless Stick (ET-UW100) without the need to switch cables for each presenter or changing any network settings. Additionally, Multiple Transmission Mode allows data from up to 16 PCs to be shown in different cells on a single screen, or data from one PC to be shown on up to eight displays. The 50" and 65" Interactive Displays include a redesigned, easily rechargeable pen with a pressure sensor on the tip for a fountain pen-like feel, as well as a dedicated, one action eraser button. These models also feature increased screen brightness for improved use in rooms with high levels of ambient light. Finger touch capability can be incorporated with the use of an optional overlay accessory. Panasonic Interactive Displays come from a proven line of reliable Professional Plasma Displays known for exceptional image quality, energy efficiency, crisp, smooth playback of images, deep, rich blacks, and a wide viewing angle. They also feature SLOT 2.0 Architecture, allowing for PC expandability to run even the most robust software while also providing the flexibility for servicing the PC without dismounting the display from the wall. The 50-inch, 65-inch, 85-inch and 103-inch are available now from authorized Panasonic resellers at an estimated price of $2,000, $5,000, $30,000 and $49,995, respectively.
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