Optoma launches 6,000 lumen laser phosphor projector
Optoma has introduced its first laser phosphor projector, with 6,000 lumen brightness.
The ZU650 lamp-less projector provides 2,000,000:1 dynamic contrast and 20,000 hours of operation without lamp or filter replacements.
Its full WUXGA (1920 x 1200) resolution provides 15% more pixels than 1080p and 60% more than SXGA+, enabling unscaled full HD video.
The ProScene model can be installed with 360-degree rotation and portrait mode operation, with a large lens shift range and five optional lenses that are easily attachable and detachable. Users can connect to the projector via HDBaseT.
The ZU650 supports Crestron, Extron, AMX, PJ-Link and Telnet LAN protocols, allowing functions to be remotely controlled over a network.
The low noise product features an ‘AV mute’ option to allow the turn off the light source and conserve energy.