Keynote Photonics Releases High Brightness, Industrial DLP® Pico-Projector; Production Ready Solution is Based on the DLP LightCrafter™ Platform

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Keynote Photonics' new LC3000-PRO™ is an industrial DLP pico-projector that is up to 3x brighter than similar solutions and aimed at portable machine vision or spectroscopy markets where small size and higher brightness matter

LC3000-PRO Industrial Pico Projector

LC3000-PRO Targets Hand-held Machine Vision

The LC3000-PRO sports a powerful 3-channel LED driver and a rugged chassis.

Keynote Photonics announced today the LC3000-PRO™, an industrial DLP pico-projector with up to 3x more brightness (approximately 100 lumens) than similar solutions and production ready design for short time to market. The compact design is ideal for hand-held machine vision solutions where brightness is as important as size and weight.

“Keynote Photonics has enhanced the original DLP LightCrafter reference design with a powerful 3-channel LED driver and rugged chassis design.” said Adam Kunzman, President of Keynote. “Customers can use the LC3000-PRO projector as-is, in production, or use sub-components of the design for custom solutions.”

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In addition to the enhanced brightness capability, the LC3000-PRO offers a factory focus lock solution, forced-air cooling, and a standard camera mount. The LC3000-PRO, like the LightCrafter evaluation module, consists of a DLP pico-light engine using a 0.3” WVGA DMD. Keynote's LED driver can be easily adapted by designers to use other LED or Laser sources.

The LC3000-PRO is fully backward compatible with TI’s LightCrafter development environment.

Production units are anticipated to ship in 2Q13.

Keynote Photonics will be exhibiting at Photonics West 2013 with Texas Instruments. South Hall, Booth 1331. To schedule a meeting, feel free to send an advance request via our Contact Form.

About Keynote Photonics
Keynote Photonics is a developer of leading solutions, tools and processors for photonics applications using MEMS technologies. Keynote is a privately held company. For more information visit About Keynote Photonics

FlexLight and LC3000-PRO are trademarks of Keynote Photonics.
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