Epson’s new installation projectors boast a range of innovative features ideal for business and education.
Epson, worldwide leader in the projector market, has launched a range of powerful installation projectors that deliver bright images and crisp quality. The Epson EB-G6 series includes eight models with features built specifically for their different target markets.
The EB-G6900WU and EB-G6800 projectors are ideal for rental and digital signage companies. Both models can project into corners and onto curved surfaced and automatically adjust to remove distortion. They include HDBaseT – a state-of-the-art technology used for the transfer of five signals, including uncompressed HD video, audio, power and control, at low costs over long distances of up to 100m using a standard cat5/6 cable.
Kelvin Reynolds, general manager of Epson South Africa, says, “Epson is one of the first adopters of this technology in the projection market. By providing a dedicated connectivity interface including video, data and Power over Ethernet that uses standard network cabling, it is expected to reduce complexity, time and cost.”
The EB-G6650WU,EB-G6550WU, EB-G6-6450WU, EB-G66250W,EB-G6050W and EB-6350 will suit medium to large corporate and high education institutions as these models have been designed for installation in auditoriums, lecture theatres and large meeting rooms.
Their high brightness levels – 4,500 to 7,000 lumens – and a range of resolutions ensure clean crisp projections, regardless of the environment.
Theses professional installation projectors are ideal for the corporate, educational and rental markets, thanks to the bright, powerful projections and innovative features.
All the projectors in the series are compatible with the Epson EB-G5 series lenses, which means they can be used to upgrade existing G5 installations. They feature Epson’s 3LCD technology for vivid colour and detail, and can be rotated vertically by 360⁰ so the display can be moved around the room easily and efficiently.
They also feature edge blending, which means a large; widescreen image can be projected from a number of projectors and stitched together seamlessly.
Each model is easy to set up and use, thanks to a variety of user-friendly installation features, such as pixel alignment, which allows you to fine tune the quality of colours for perfect image quality and convergence, and colour uniformity. These features ensure that once the projectors are installed, users can concentrate on delivering their content rather than adjusting screen settings.
“Our new range of business projectors offers bright, superior picture quality for truly remarkable projections,” says Reynolds.
“We’ve been the world’s number one projector manufacturer for over a decade, so businesses can be safe in the knowledge that their important presentations are showcased in the highest quality available.”
The Epson G-series will be available from March.