Eiki just launched the EK-820U WUXGA (1920×1200) laser projector. Featuring 10,000 Lumen brightness, a 100,000:1 contrast ratio, and using both blue and red lasers, the EK-820U supports LAN control and carries the added benefits of a sealed optical engine design (IP6X) that provides protection against dust without using a filter design.
The new Eiki EK-820U Laser Projector provides connectivity via LAN, HDBaseT, HDMI, control via RS-232 control as well as an input for a dedicated wired IR (infrared) remote. Equally notable, the projector includes both USB Type A and B connectors—enabling it to operate over the network using a Wi-Fi dongle. Additional connectivity for the Eiki EK-820U includes both HDMI input and output, HD-SDI, a DVI-D connector, and VGA I/O.
Of particular note, the new Eiki EK-820U Laser Projector caries an IP6X Dust Ingress Test rating. Given that many projectors are suspended, for example, from the ceiling and, as a result, are difficult to access for regular cleaning, the projector’s sealed optical engine, dust-free design ensures it will deliver exceptional performance and equally impressive long-term reliability. Its laser light source is rated for 20,000 hours.
Eiki’s EK-820U Laser Projector offers horizontal / vertical lens shift and h/v keystone correction, edge blending and a powerful warping engine—thus facilitating versatile placement. There are eight optional lenses available for use with these systems, encompassing throw/width ratios from 0.36-15.24.
The EIKI EK-820U Laser Projector is $19,995 without a lens and here are the details.