Taking aim at auditorium and large-venue applications, Epson, has unveiled its PowerLite Pro Z8050WNL, blasting 7,000 lumens of both color and white light output.
Epson PowerLite Z8050WNL The company is calling it its brightest large-venue projector ever.
It features native WXGA resolution (1280x800) and Epson’s high-aperture 3-chip 3LCD technology.
“Epson is committed to bringing the best and brightest large venue projectors to market, and the PowerLite Pro Z8050WNL represents that with a combination of brightness, performance and control,” said Edgar Jimenez, associate product manager for business projectors at Epson America. “In addition, the message broadcast functionality and the off axis installation flexibility make it ideal for digital signage uses.”
Developed for large venue applications in education, corporations and houses of worship, the PowerLite Pro Z8050WNL offers 5000:1 contrast ratio, an innovative liquid cooling system, durable optical chips, and a dual-lamp design that further enhances its image quality, performance and reliability. The projector’s design allows for easy access to lamps and filters and a recommended 10,000-hour filter cleaning schedule.
The PowerLite Pro Z8050WNL offers flexible installation features and customized powered lens options for motorized zoom, focus, and lens shift functions that are controllable through the remote, RS-232 or IP. The centered lens is designed for easy installation, and can be installed +/- 30-degrees off-axis horizontally and +/- 10-degrees off-axis vertically.
Installers can choose from six optional lenses, including a rear-projection option, to customize a solution to fit even the most challenging mid to large venue installation.
Additional benefits include easy integration with other devices, LAN connectivity, a built-in closed captioning decoder, plus simple monitor and control capabilities with the included Epson monitor software allows for remote monitor and control of Epson networked projectors.
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