Time to dustproof your projectors at school
- Sandy playgrounds and the habit of opening classroom windows are increasing the concentration of harmful dusts in indoor environments.
- Several kinds of pollutants (from PM 10 to PM 2.5) that fill the air can damage your classroom projectors.
Education projector’s performance would be compromised by:
1. Dust accumulation on internal parts, which will cause image blemish, thermal issue, signal detection failure, brightness and color decay.
Unlike DLP projector's sealed design, non-DLP projector's open optical engine design has a higher chance of exposing internal parts to dust accumulation, which can affect projection quality.
2. Dust accumulation on color wheel sensor, which will cause flickering, abnormal color and shutdown.
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