Here’s a bright Idea… projectors that use lasers, not lightbulbs!
Carthage College recently switched to Panasonic’s SOLID SHINE series of overhead projectors.
In place of a lightbulb, there is a LED-based laser as the light source. The design is eco-conscious with no lead, mercury, or halogenated flame-retarding materials throughout any of the laser projectors. This will reduce waste because these projectors last approximately 20,000 hours compared to lightbulbs that need to be replaced after 3,600 – 4,000 hours!
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