Epson unveils dust and smoke resistant projector upgrade models

Epson unveils dust and smoke resistant projector upgrade models
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First Published: Wed, Feb 20 2008. 06 39 PM IST
Updated: Wed, Feb 20 2008. 06 39 PM IST
New Delhi: Epson, an established name in the realm of data projectors has introduced upgraded models of its range of ceiling-mounted projectors. Featuring longer lamp life and a new pre-failure alert, Epson EMP-6110 and EMP-6010 offer resistance to dust and smoke with unmatched imaging performance.
These projectors make use of a new lamp that lasts 1.4 times longer compared to conventional lamps. With lamp life at 4,000 hours (in low brightness mode), users get the same great performance with less downtime.
The projector features a practical direct power-on and off function. To ensure uninterrupted operations, the new projectors come equipped with a unique air filter cleaning notification. This function alerts users via onscreen warning when it is time to clean or replace the air filter. Alternatively, there is a LED indictor on the projector.
Frequent users of projectors will know that the accumulation of dust and smoke particles degrades image quality and reduces brightness over time. When air is unable to flow freely within the projector due to the severe build-up of such particles, the projector may overheat and fail to function altogether.
As the first line of defence against these problems, the EPSON EMP-6110 and EPSON EMP-6010 secure its air intake with an electro-statically charged air filter to arrest dust and smoke particles. Like the lamp change, replacing a clogged air filter is just as effortless with the easy access air filter panel.
Unlike typical projectors, the new projectors boast a spacious and intelligent internal layout which guides the flow of air within the projector for efficient cooling. Its sealed casing encloses essential internal components for maximum protection against harmful elements. EMP-6110 is network-capable, enabling users to access projector functions via a remote PC.
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First Published: Wed, Feb 20 2008. 06 39 PM IST
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