Epson, the laser projection specialist, has expanded its range of high brightness, fixed lens laser display solutions, with the addition of the new EB-L700 Series, created to meet the needs of museums, educational centres, visitor attractions and more.
This new range caters to the requirement for enhanced connectivity and collaborative working, while also delivering compact 3LCD laser projection that is low-cost and high brightness.
High brightness solutions
The EB-L700 series features a brightness range of between 5,200 – 7,000 lumens white and Colour Light Output (CLO) and is also available as a new short-throw model.
“Epson’s laser projector line-up has expanded dramatically in recent years, and now ranges from 2,000 to 30,000 lumens,” says Neil Colquhoun, Vice President Professional Displays, Epson Europe.
“As the market leader in 3LCD technology, Epson continues to improve its high brightness laser projectors with even smaller and more compact display solutions. This is what our customers have demanded and the new EB-L700 series delivers even more effective, practical and creative display applications in retail, corporate, hospitality and entertainment.”
This new series has several connectivity options, including 4K signal support, enterprise-level 5GHz wireless, updated Miracast and support for the company’s wireless presentation system. It also provides a reliable solution, with a 20,000-hour laser light source that has no lamps to replace, making it virtually maintenance-free.
Laser projection for visitor attractions
The EB-L700 series includes new short-throw models, the EB-L630SU and the EB-L635SU, with a 0.8:1 throw ratio. These models, as well as the standard-throw EB-L730U and the EB-L635SU, provide bright and detailed images with a compact design. They are ideal for delivering sharp, true-to-life images for a range of different applications, from corporate experience centres and retail visual merchandising to museum exhibits and entertainment venues.
Epson’s latest range comes with the professional features needed to create cutting-edge displays, and users will also benefit from Epson Projector Professional Tool compatibility, which allows for advanced geometry correction and on-board edge blending. These new models will be available from June 2021.
Earlier this month, the company announced it is sponsoring Crayola IDEAworks: The Creativity Exhibition, which opened at the Franklin Institute in February 2021. This immersive new exhibition features Epson’s projection and printing solutions.