Epson announced it is shipping seven new compact laser projectors designed for large venue applications, including the world’s smallest and lightest 10,000-lumen projectors, the EB-PU2010W and
The EB-PU1000 Series and EB-PU2010 are designed for placement in installations to maximize space without compromising quality or sacrificing brightness. These 3LCD projectors operate on a 20,000-hour laser light source and air filter. An optional external air filter is available to extend the filter maintenance cycle for these projectors in dusty environments.
For simplified installation, the new models offer built-in Edge Blending, image warping and direct content playback with shape overlay tools from USB storage media. The EB-PU1000 Series and EB-PU2010 are compatible with Epson’s wide range of optional powered lenses, including a zero offset, .35 ultra-short-throw lens. Epson’s new clip-on optional external camera requires no angle of view adjustment and gives integrators access to powerful automated tools including auto color calibration, screen matching of multiple projectors, tiling assist for edge blends and a stacking assist function. Geometry correction for stacking can be performed without an external router or PC.
Epson’s latest laser projectors are equipped with built-in Near Field Communication (NFC) function to reduce setup time when commissioning a large number of projectors. With NFC technology, users can read and write setting information using Epson’s mobile app — Epson Projector Config Tool. Users can also control and monitor projectors via the Epson Projector Management application for Windows or set up multiple projectors in a single large space via the Epson Projector Professional Tool (EPPT) application for macOS and Windows.