I’d be interested to know whether the projector can be used in humid environments. Is this something that has been measured for this device specifically? Or are there any standard limits that we should assume apply to any device like this?
I’m wondering if it can be used in a bathroom with a big white wall (while obviously protecting from splashes).
Hmm… Srsly? When I asked about the same in indiegogo site earlier, I received another answer.
Philips told me: “lol yes keep it in a rice box. That’s true that the humidity is killing electronic faster. We cannot deny this. We are always making humidity test up to 95% for several hours. No issue.”
It will work even at 100% humidity (i.e. the case when it’s raining outside). It won’t kill the projector, but there’s a difference between using it for several hours every once in a while, and officially specifying it’s designed for it!
As an example, in our office it’s 88% humidity this week and we’ve been using PicoPix no problem.
Already discussed this. I don’t think it’s normal that the projector shuts down at >26°C. We use it at higher temps all the time, including our China lab. Something seems to be wrong with the projector. I specially find it strange that 1 or 2° difference in room temperature can have such an effect. More detailed diagnosis is needed. So far we have not heard of this from anyone else.