Good news - we're open for limited services in Wembley. Ujima House is now actively under refurbishment and we'd love your help in making the space the best it can be.

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During this interim period donations and continued membership are greatly appreciated while we transition to our new space.

Panasonic TH-65PF12EK

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Panasonic Plasma Display
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Model TH-65PF12EK
Sub-category Audio/Visual
Status Scrapped
Last updated 26 August 2018 20:40:57
Consumables Unknown
Accessories Unknown
Training requirement no
ACnode no
Origin Cisco donation
Location Robotics Area Downstairs


This is a 65 inch plasma display donated for our non-commercial use by Cisco in the United Kingdom. Due to its size and weight, it's probably best to avoid moving it. It requires a strong television wall mount as it typically requires four people to carefully move it. Thank you Mentar & friends


This is a 1080p display with several inputs including HDMI, VGA, and component.

Category Detailed Specifications
Screen size (diagonal inches) 65
Aspect ratio 16:9
Viewing angle Greater than 160 degrees
Video Yes (!)
Resolution (H x V) 1920x1080
Ideal computer resolution True HD
Contrast ratio 40000:1
Speakers Yes (Optional)
Weight (KG) 59
Physical size (mm) 925 x 1554 x 99
Colour Black

The detailed spec sheet can be found here File:Panasonic TH-65PF12EK.pdf and accessory input boards and other items can be viewed here: courtesy of Snellingbiz


The screen works well, but be mindful that plasma displays can experience screen burn in if video graphics are left persistently unchanged for longer than an hour or two. Be careful unattended with video games and computer graphics.

RS232 control documentation can be found in the manual linked below.


There are PDF manuals floating around - a similar model manual is downloadable directly from Panasonic.

Powering On


Dual-HDMI, DVI-D + Audio, Component-In and LAN, VGA+Audio and RS232 control


Cisco was kind enough to donate this for our Hackspace usage for as long as it's usable to the space. It may not be sold off or disposed of irresponsibly - we either return it to Cisco (Bedfont Lakes UK) or document its disposal at a WEEE-certified recycling centre