Keep presentations shining bright, even in ambient light, with the PowerLite 1940W, 1950 and 1960. Designed for corporate, education and house of worship use, this family of bright, feature-packed solutions projects vibrant images in virtually any setting. These sleek projectors can be easily carried between meeting rooms and classrooms or can be installed in small- to medium-size venues. Need widescreen, larger-than-life images? Select the PowerLite 1940W with WXGA resolution. Award-winning Faroudja DCDi technology, featured on all these models, reduces noise and enhances sharpness, creating smooth video images. And, Split Screen enables you to conveniently display content from two different sources simultaneously. This family of PowerLite projectors truly is a bright solution for your presentation needs. 3LCD technology — for quality and color that’s beyond amazing: Innovative technology with proven reliability, 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. Amazing color and white light output: The PowerLite 1900 Series delivers true-to-life, vibrant, colorful images, even in ambient light. For today’s color-rich, multimedia content, users want a projector that delivers both optimum white and color imagery. That is why the industry has developed a new metric called Color Light Output. WXGA (1280 x 800), 16:10 native resolution — for remarkable detail and widescreen convenience (1940W only): The widescreen PowerLite 1940W is ideal for use with the latest-generation widescreen computers and great for projecting a wide variety of content. Its native 16:10 aspect ratio allows you to fully utilize the capabilities of your widescreen computer, giving you 30% more image area than a 4:3 image. The PowerLite 1940W also allows you to display 4:3 content without losing image quality. 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. EPSON iProjection App via Networked Projector: Connect your projector via an RJ-45 cable to a wirelesscapable network and you can project using your iOS device. Share your presentations files, photos and more from your iPad®/iPod®/iPhone® via the EPSON iProjection application. Digital DisplayPort and HDMI connectivity: DisplayPort and an HDMI digital display interface enable the projector to easily project digital content including video and audio. Both are compatible with the latest laptops, Blu-ray®, DVD and other media players. Future proof your digital content. Monitor/control projectors remotely: Easily monitor and control networked Epson projectors using the included EasyMP® software, Schedule remote power on/off functionality; saves energy, money and time, Check the status of each projector as part of your maintenance routine, Access maintenance alerts for connected projectors, right from your office, Crestron RoomView enabled — monitor and control your projector with your existing RoomView software Split Screen1 feature: Project two images (video or still) side-by-side from two different sources simultaneously. You can choose from three layout options, swap the images/display sizes, choose the source for the audio and even display closed captioning if the source signal includes it. Message broadcasting: Broadcast customized images/alerts over the network for announcements or instructions, Send messages to up to 1024 projectors simultaneously (message 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 it on and display the message Multi-PC projection: EPSON Multi-PC Collaboration utility allows you to display four individual PC screens simultaneously over the network with up to 32 PCs connected to the same projector. This feature is a great tool for meetings or classroom projects where multiple users can present and share ideas and graphics. Fast, easy setup and control: USB Plug 'n Play — simply connect your PC to the projector and start presenting, 1.6x optical zoom — offers great positioning flexibility to fit large or small rooms, A/V Mute Slide — control your presentation; it’s right at your fingertips, Sleep Mode — set from 1 to 30 minutes to save energy when the A/V Mute Slide is closed or no signal is detected, Direct Power On/Off — power the projector on and off with the flip of a wall switch, Instant Off — no cool down time required, so it is ready to shut down when you are. PC-free presentations including PDFs: Just plug your USB hard drive into the USB port, and you are ready to display documents and images stored on your USB drive. Present a slideshow without having to connect to a PC. Compatible with the following file formats: PDF, JPEG, BMP, GIF, PNG Horizontal keystone slider: Epson’s horizontal image correction means you can project a rectangular image from almost any angle. Just move the easy-slide control bar to make the necessary adjustments. Your projector can be off to the side and above or below the screen, while your presentation is front and center. Advanced color adjustments: For special projection material such as high-quality photographs or artwork, users can adjust the hue, saturation and brightness for six colors, RGBCMY (Red, Green, Blue, Cyan, Magenta, Yellow). DICOM Simulation Mode: 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.