As installers continue to diversify their revenues and venture from their traditional residential backgrounds and into the commercial market the need arises to utilize a growing array of products.
Providing dealers the product diversity they now demand is Epson. As one of the most popular manufacturers of residential projectors for media rooms and dedicated theaters, the company has built a reputation for affordable quality. Dealers unfamiliar with its complete projection line, the company also manufactures a complete selection of commercial products too, and at the just completed 2016 ISE show Epson added to its commercial line through the announcement of its Pro L-Series.
Epson states that its latest commercial products leverage its 3LCD technologies and laser phosphor technologies to produce high brightness levels and maintenance-free operational capabilities.
“The new Pro L-Series demonstrates Epson's firm commitment to becoming number one in the laser-phosphor market,” says Rajeev Mishra, vice president, North America Commercial Marketing, Epson America, Inc. “Delivering innovative and reliable products is a top priority for Epson, and projector customers in North America responsed in 2015 by making Epson the number one brand in laser-phosphor home theater projectors. Leveraging our expertise in delivering great image quality to discerning cusomters, we believe it won't be long before customers make the new Epson L-Series the top choice in laser-phosphor professional projectors.”
Highlighting the line of products, the ProL25000 is rated to produce 25,000 lumens of color and white brightness, and Epson points out it supports the product, which offers 4K compatible resolutions with a variety of lenses to allow it to integrate into a variety of systems.
Epson adds the Pro L1000 Series offers a total of six models that deliver anywhere from 6,000 to 12,000 lumens, and nine lens options.
Moreover, the products deliver up to 20,000 hours of virtually maintenance-free use, including 24/7 operation, and applications they can be used for include 360-degree installations, edge blending, stacking, portrait-mode projection and mapping.
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