LONG BEACH, Calif. – Feb. 9, 2016 – Epson, the number-one selling projector brand worldwide, today announced its new Pro L-Series large venue laser projectors, including the world’s first 3LCD projector with 25,000 lumens of color brightness and 25,000 lumens of white brightness1. The Pro L-Series projectors are also the first to integrate a laser-light source with an inorganic phosphor wheel in combination with inorganic LCD panels for outstanding image quality, durability and reliability. Epson’s new 3LCD laser projectors will be on display at ISE 2016 in Amsterdam from Feb. 9-12 at Epson booth, #1-H90.
“The new Pro L-series demonstrates Epson’s firm commitment to becoming number one in the laser-phosphor market,” said Rajeev Mishra, vice president, North America Commercial Marketing, Epson America, Inc. “Delivering innovative and reliable products is a top priority for Epson. Projector customers in North America responded in 2015 by making Epson the number one brand in laser-phosphor home theater projectors. Leveraging our expertise at delivering great image quality to discerning customers, we believe it won’t be long before customers make the new Epson Pro L-series the top choice in laser-phosphor professional projectors.”
Leveraging Epson’s proprietary 3LCD technology and new inorganic components, the Epson Pro L-Series laser projectors deliver advanced performance, quality, reliability, and flexibility. The Pro L25000 features 25,000 lumens of color and white brightness1 and a wide range of 4K-compatible lenses, while Pro L1000-Series comes in six models ranging from 6,000 to 12,000 lumens, and offers nine optional lenses, including the world’s first zero-offset ultra short-throw lens3.
These Epson 3LCD laser projectors offer several advantages for large venue installations, including:
– Image Quality: With a highly efficient light engine, Epson’s 3LCD laser projectors can reproduce spectacular images with up to 25,000 lumens of color and white brightness1 and are ideal for large venues such as auditoriums, concert halls, lecture halls, and sanctuaries.
– Reliability: Epson’s LCD panels and phosphor wheel are made of inorganic material with superior light and heat resistance; combining these in a laser projector results in bright, vibrant images and up to 20,000 hours of virtually maintenance-free use, including 24/7 operation2.
– Flexibility: Epson’s lineup of 3LCD laser projectors is designed for a host of venues and applications; supporting 360–degrees installation, edge-blending, stacking, portrait-mode projection, mapping, and a large variety of lens options.
More about the Pro L1000-Series
The Pro L1000-Series combines a laser light source and 3LCD technology for powerful, uncompromising images and up to 20,000 hours of virtually maintenance-free operation, including 24/7 applications2. The new Pro L1000-Series offers lumen and case-color options to meet a range of application needs:
|Model||Color Brightness1||White Brightness1||Resolution4||Color|
|Pro L1505U/NL||12,000||12,000||WUXGA with|
|Pro L1500U/NL||12,000||12,000||WUXGA with|
|Pro L1405U/NL||8,000||8,000||WUXGA with|
|Pro L1300U/NL||8,000||8,000||WUXGA with|
|Pro L1200U/NL||7,000||7,000||WUXGA with|
|Pro L1100U/NL||6,000||6,000||WUXGA with|
Availability, Pricing and Support
The Epson Pro L1000-Series will start shipping in July 2016, with pricing announced prior to launch. The projectors come with a limited warranty of three years or 20,000 hours, whichever comes first, with next business day replacement, including free shipping both ways5. For additional information, visit www.epson.com/projectors.
The Epson Pro L25000 will ship in late 2016 with full specifications, pricing and warranty details to be announced prior to launch.
Color Brightness Specification and Projector Performance
The color brightness specification (measuring red, green and blue) published by the Society for Information Display (SID) allows consumers to compare projector color performance without conducting a side-by-side shootout. With today’s high definition content, presenters can display content with higher quality in brighter environments. For a truly impressive image, projectors need to offer both high color brightness and high white brightness. High color brightness is important for larger screen sizes and provides flexibility for a variety of screen materials. Without sufficient color brightness, images may be muddy, soft and lose detail, even in a dark room. For more information, visit www.colorlightoutput.com.