Epson Ships PowerLite L-Series Laser Projectors for Education and Corporate Markets

Epson has announced its new PowerLite L-Series for corporate, signage, education and houses of worship. The new Epson PowerLite L615U, L610U, L510U, L400U, L610W, L500W and L610 use an integrated laser light source, include up to 6,000 lumens of color and white brightness with resolutions up to WUXGA (1920×1200) and have enhanced wireless technology to connect to multiple devices.

Epson’s new PowerLite laser projectors are spec’d to offer maintenance-free operation with up to 20,000 hours using a laser light source. Weighing between 17 and 19 pounds, PowerLite L-Series features are designed to be portable or for installation. The new PowerLite L-Series also supports advanced wired and wireless solutions, including HDMI and HDBaseT. To support BYOD classrooms, the projectors provide enhanced wireless display technology, allowing teachers to connect the projector to up to 50 Chromebooks, PCs and Mac computers, and iOS and Android devices. Educators can also simultaneously display up to four screens with the Epson iProjection4 wireless display solution. The PowerLite L610U and L615U models offer wireless screen mirroring from a smartphone or streaming device with Miracast.

The projectors include the following features:

  • Solid-State Laser Light Source and Electrostatic Air Filter
  • Versatile Connectivity and Control – Supports a full range of inputs, including HDBaseT 3G-SDI; compatiblilty with Crestron RoomView, AMX, Extron XTP, Control4 and Art-Net for easy integration 
  • Full 360-degree installation flexibility, including Portrait Mode, Instant Off power, quieter performance and high contrast ratios


Here are the detailed specs on each one. Epson says the projectors will ship in August.

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