Enjoy extraordinary Hi-Def performance in virtually any venue with the ultra-bright, easy-to-install PowerLite® Pro Z Series projectors from Epson, the world leader in projector technology. Powerful performers that are easy to install, manage and maintain, the EPSON Pro Z Series projectors offer astounding brightness for captivating presentations in most any setting, even those with ambient light. Featuring innovative 3LCD technology and a remarkable contrast ratio, these products deliver brilliant images in lecture halls, conference centers and entertainment venues. Setup and installation are easy with 360-degree projection, edge blending and more. Offering diverse connectivity and a full suite of monitor and control features, these high-defi nition, high brightness projectors ensure easy integration with complex devices, plus a low overall cost of ownership. 3 chips for full-time, vibrant color, 25% less electricity required per lumen of brightness when compared to 1-chip DLP projectors Over 20 years of road-tested reliability built into every projector. The PowerLite Pro Z8250NL and Z8255NL deliver 10,000 lumens of color light output and 10,000 lumens of white light output; the PowerLite Pro Z8350WNL delivers 8500 lumens of color light output and 8500 lumens of white light output; and the PowerLite Pro Z8450WUNL and Z8455WUNL deliver 7000 lumens of color light output and 7000 lumens of white light output for true-to-life, vibrant, colorful images, even in ambient light. For today’s colorrich, multimedia content, users want projectors that deliver both optimum white and color imagery. That’s why the industry has developed a new metric called Color Light Output. Always look for Color Light Output when choosing a projector. For optimum image quality and performance, the projector you choose should offer equal levels of color and white light output. When the two measurements are not identical, images do not look balanced. Whites may be brighter, making the colored areas look dull and flat. The combination of color richness (Color Light Output) and brightness (White Light Output) is as critical as the combination of bass and treble would be when purchasing audio equipment. The Color Light Output spec measures Red, Green and Blue, each on a 9-point grid, applying the same method used in the ISO 21118 standard for measuring White Light Output. C2 Fine offers smooth, uniform images with exceptional contrast for better image quality. Based on this new phase-compensation technology, light leakage is eliminated. And, when combined with auto iris, C2 Fine allows for contrast ratios up to 5000:1 using the Pro Z Series projectors. Deliver high-quality images and crisp, sharp text without any distortion or scaling — up to Full HD content at its native resolution with quality that surpasses even that of 1080p devices. WUXGA resolution is ideal for applications requiring Full Hi-Def, including Blu-ray® content, graphic intensive programs and any application requiring exceptional detail. A movie is a series of still frames, shown in quick succession. Traditional movies are shot at 24 frames per second (fps). However, in some cases, fast-moving objects may have moved too fast to be captured on film, so they appear to jump from one part of the screen to another. This effect is called motion judder. In order to reduce motion judder, Epson has created FineFrame Interpolation Technology, which looks at the frames before and after an action, and creates an interpolated frame, halfway between two existing frames. As a result, a smoother motion is perceived by the viewer. FineFrame Interpolation is most beneficial when viewing content such as action movies and sports videos, which are typically shown in high-definition at 30 fps. In this case, multiple frames are interpolated and inserted each second, in order to create a more realistic viewing experience. Makes DVDs and standard and high-definition content come alive via its mixed color separation techniques and imaging simulation Delivers crisp, clear images with super high-quality resolution. Sharpens blurry images that have been enlarged by a general upscaling process. Faroudja DCDi Cinema is a video enhancement technology, used primarily for film viewing, that produces exceptional image quality without introducing artifacts. Faroudja developed DCDi (Directional Correlational Deinterlacing) to eliminate jaggy images by using a unique algorithm. This algorithm, in combination with the technology’s decoding, deinterlacing and enhancement features, won an Emmy Award from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences in 2001. Most movies are shot at 24 frames per second and displayed on a 60 Hz (60 frames per second) device, such as a projector, TV or monitor. This creates a problem, since each frame must be repeated 2.5 times to fill the full length of an entire second (24 x 2.5 = 60). Edge blending makes it easy to use multiple projectors to achieve a seamless panoramic image in which color and brightness match up, even in image areas that overlap. Edge blending can be a useful tool for many types of industries and organizations, Split Screen allows you to display content from two inputs simultaneously, side by side, on a single screen. EPSON Multi-PC Collaboration utility allows you to display four individual PC screens simultaneously over the network (wired or wireless), with another 12 users connected to the same projector on Standby mode. You can drag and drop participants into or out of one of the four quadrants. This feature is a great tool for meetings or classroom projects where multiple users want to present and compare their screens. You can also connect up to four remote projectors at the same time and show the same multi-screen image — another great tool for remote meeting setups. The PowerLite Pro Z Series projectors can be rotated 360 degrees in any directionfor off-axis positioning flexibility. As a result, they can be used for a wide range of applications, such as projecting onthe ceiling or floor, or as part of a rearprojection system. EPSON technology keeps the projector running without compromising performance or causing overheating. If you are searching for a solution that gives you control over your time, EPSON network projectors with EasyMP Monitor capabilities can help. EPSON network projectors contain built-in remote access, with no licensing fees added, to EPSON monitor software. These features also give you added control, and the ability to troubleshoot and monitor all EPSON network projectors from any computer over a wired or wireless Ethernet network. Additional features to assist administrators/help desk •Remote access and control through the network •Remote monitoring of up to 1024 EPSON networked projectors •View status, including input sources, power on/off, lamp life hours and more •Preventative maintenance features including temperature levels and error alerts •Schedule filter and lamp timer settings •E-mail notification (SMTP) to send alerts to your handheld device •Enterprise SNMP plug-in available Wirelessly connect — you can either connect to a wireless network (infrastructure) or to an ad hoc (peerto-peer) wireless computer. You can either use your projector’s built-in wireless function or add an optional wireless module. You can use EasyMP Network Projection to display your computer screen through the projector, via a network, for effective meetings, presentations and digital signage applications. You can use either wired or high-security wireless LAN connections and project the same or up to four different images on up to four projectors, or display a panoramic image. This innovative feature enables you to broadcast customized images/alerts over the network for announcements or instructions. Messages can be sent to up to 1024 projectors simultaneously and will overwrite the current screen content if the projector is being used, unless this function is disabled by the presenter. If the projector is off, message broadcasting will turn the projector on and then display the message. EPSON network projectors can also be accessed from your browser via an internal web page. Whether you assign a static IP address or enable DHCP, the projector becomes accessible once it’s integrated in your network. The internal web page lets you control items such as network confi guration, projector settings and e-mail alerts. Epson’s innovative system uses liquid to cool the LCD chips directly. The liquid absorbs the heat and is then cooled by a peltier device, which is then cooled by a fan, thereby keeping the overall optical engine cool. This system design promotes greater reliability and enables stable operation in temperatures up to 122 °F (50 °C). In addition, it offers quiet, unobtrusive operation and allows for off-axis installation orientations. DICOM (Digital Imaging and Communication in Medicine) is a standard for handling, storing, printing and transmitting medical imaging information. The projector’s DICOM Simulation Mode enables users to reproduce images with an advanced grayscale level that simulates DICOM Part 14. This mode is ideal for viewing grayscale medical images, such as X-rays, for training and educational purposes.