Projector Structure

The core technology in many top selling projector brands available worldwide

Projection Lens Dichroic Prism Dichoic Mirror LCD Panel Lamp Integrator Lighting System Polarization Charger Element

Dichroic Prism

A dichroic prism divides light into red, green, and blue, to form three pictures that utilize these corresponding colors from the LCD (HTPS) panels. Color and image are recomposed by reflecting red and blue light and transmitting green light. The prism is formed by combining four triangular poles to create one rectangular solid. High precision is required in the processing and adhesion of poles to avoid dark lines and double images caused by misaligned dichroic surfaces.

Chart demonstrating how a dichroic prism divides light into red, green, and blue, to form three pictures that utilize these corresponding colors from the LCD (HTPS) panels.