DS/EN 61947-2

Electronic projection - Measurement and documentation of key performance criteria - Part 2: Variable resolution projectors

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Organization: DS
Publication Date: 8 July 2002
Status: active
Page Count: 51
ICS Code (Audio, video and audiovisual systems in general): 33.160.01
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This part of IEC 61947 specifies requirements for measuring and documenting key performance parameters for CRT and laser-based projectors and other variable resolution projectors that are capable of multiple variable resolutions and in which the image is rasterscanned. The provisions of this standard are designed to codify the measurement of the performance of variable resolution projectors and are not intended to provide design goals for manufacturers of such equipment. This standard is intended for variable resolution projectors (including projection displays that are capable of multiple variable resolutions) that are designed for use with primarily discrete colour (RGB) raster-scanned video, text, and graphics signals generated by computer equipment.These devices may also accept composite or component television video signals encoded to NTSC/RS170A, PAL, SECAM, or future HDTV, or ATV standards, which are fully described in their respective documentation and are not within the scope of this part of IEC 61947. In this part of IEC 61947, all of these signals are referred to as television video (TV video) (see IEC 60107-1 [27]). Displays with fixed resolutions (i.e. individual pixel light sources or matrix displays such as liquid crystal, DMD, plasma, or electroluminescent panels), are not fully addressed by this standard, and reference should be made to IEC 61947-1.

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DS/EN 61947-2
July 8, 2002
Electronic projection - Measurement and documentation of key performance criteria - Part 2: Variable resolution projectors
This part of IEC 61947 specifies requirements for measuring and documenting key performance parameters for CRT and laser-based projectors and other variable resolution projectors that are capable of...
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