The Epson BrightLink 475Wi Interactive Projector is a bundle that includes an interactive projector, a table mount and RM Easiteach Next Generation Software; an extremely valuable solution. RM Easiteach Next Generation is a comprehensive teaching application that enables users to create and deliver engaging lessons and resources in both Windows and Macintosh environments. Designed for use in K-12 classroom settings, Easiteach offers math, language arts, science and geography toolbars to create exciting, interactive classroom lessons. With 2600 lumens of brightness and a 3000:1 contrast ratio, it's got plenty of projection power to show a big bright picture in a normally lit room. The 475Wi can handle input in the NTSC, PAL and SECAM TV standards and its 100 to 240 VAC power supply rounds out its international capabilities.
The beamer includes the Quick Corner. This innovative feature allows you to move any of the four corners of an image independently at setup, using the remote control to adjust each corner for a perfectly rectangular picture. Unlock the full potential of your network-ready BrightLink projector by attaching to your LAN via a wired or wireless connection. With EasyMP Monitor software, it is easy to configure and monitor the status of your projector, including the remote viewing of power status, lamp hours and temperature / filter conditions. This high-performance, network-ready projector and interactive pens integrate interactive functionality into one machine without the constraints or expense of an interactive whiteboard. Annotate from any source. Once you've installed the software on your computer you can actually write on your presentations as you give them using special inkless interactive pens. You don't need any special kind of electronic white board.
In education, in business, in any situation where you need to capture and hold your audience's attention in a way that's both practical and imaginative you can't do better than the Epson BrightLink 475Wi Interactive Projector.
Interactive modes:, Computer interactivity / input, Interactive and whiteboard modes, Dual user, PC-free input, Annotation, single user, Calibration method: Automatic or manual, Interactive connectivity: USB cable required, Interactive software requirements:, Easy interactive driver:, Windows and Linux: No driver required, Macintosh: Mac OS X 10.3.9, 10.4.x, 10.5.x, 10.6.x, 10.7.x, Easy interactive tools, Microsoft Windows XP SP2, Windows XP SP3 (Home Edition / Professional), Windows Vista3, Windows Vista SP13, Windows Vista SP23 (All editions except for Starter), Windows 74, Windows 7 SP14 (All editions except for Starter), Macintosh OS X 10.4.x, Mac OS X 10.5.x, Mac OS X 10.6.x, Mac OS X 10.7.x, TeamBoard Draw! Software (included), Windows XP SP33, Windows Vista4, Windows 74, QuickTime player and Flash player installed, Macintosh Intel Mac OS X 10.5x or later, RM Easiteach Next Generation.
Type of interactive input device: Digital pen (two included), Multiple pen support: Yes, Dual pen, Interactive pen functions: Mouse functions (left and right click), Electronic pen, LED battery status indicator, Interactive pen power: AA battery, rechargeable, Compatible pen battery types: Sanyo eneloop: HR-3UTG / HR-3UTGA6, Manganese dry cell, alkaline dry cell, interactive pen dimensions: 6.5 x 1" (165.1 x 25.4mm), Interactive pen weight (without battery): 1.2 oz. (34 g). Instant off - no cool-down time required, so it's ready to shut down when you are, A/V mute - control your presentation; it's right at your fingertips, Sleep mode - set from 1 to 30 minutes to save energy when the projector is in A/V mute or no signal is detected, Direct power on / off - power the projector on and off with the flip of a wall switch Quick source search. This innovative feature allows you to move any of the four corners of an image independently at setup, using the remote control to adjust each corner for a perfectly rectangular picture.
BrightLink is also compatible with Crestron RoomView, allowing IT managers (those who have standardized their equipment using this popular platform) to easily monitor and control network-connected BrightLink projectors via the same software they use currently to monitor all other projectors. Unlock the full potential of network-ready BrightLink projectors by attaching to your LAN via a wired or wireless connection. Network-connected BrightLink projectors not only allow users to present visual and audio content over the LAN, but also to annotate on network content using BrightLink's instant annotation tools. With Epson EasyMP Monitor software, IT administrators can configure and monitor the status of their Epson networked projectors, including the remote viewing of power status, lamp hours and temperature / filter conditions.
This feature-rich annotation software is a great way to make interactive activities more engaging. Some of the things you can do with TeamBoard Draw!:, Export your file as a .jpg, .pdf, .tif, .png, .ppt or .iwb, Create digital notes that can be saved and edited, Record a session, Add, delete and move pages, Place and move text and objects, Use advanced shape and line tools, TeamBoard Draw! is available for Windows and Mac and ships in the box with BrightLink. Installation is optional and is not required for interactive functionality if another, annotation software program is preferred.
2x the surface area of previous filters for better protection against dust; cleaning schedule up to 5000 hours. This high-efficiency lamp lasts up to 3000 hours in normal mode and up to 4000 hours in eco mode, at a replacement cost that is incredibly affordable. It can be replaced quickly and easily, without having to uninstall the projector from the ceiling.
Epson's Easy Interactive Tools (EIT2) is an intuitive and easy-to-learn annotation software program designed to get users up and running in minutes. Included free with the BrightLink 475Wi Easy Interactive Tools is both Windows and Mac compatible and can be installed on as many computers as needed. Available in 34 different languages, EIT2 enables users to save annotations as pdf, jpg, bmp or png files. It also features an on-screen keyboard, magnifying glass, spotlight and shade tool, as well as document camera mode for instantly importing live images into interactive lesson plans.
The BrightLink projector features 2600 lumens of color and white light output for bright, vibrant, colorful images. And, unlike DLP interactive projectors that decrease in brightness when interactivity is in use, BrightLink consistently shines bright. For interactive lesson plans, presentations and video, rich color and detail are critical - that's why it's more important than ever to understand that color light output is an essential ingredient in achieving optimum performance. While interactive whiteboards are limited to a predetermined height and width, BrightLink has no such constraints. Set the size of the interactive area to fit your available space (475Wi, WXGA, from 60 to 100" (1.5 to 2.5 m). Use one type of hardware to fit in various types of spaces, and reduce the complexity and cost of managing and maintaining multiple types of equipment.
Expand the possibilities with one projector. With the flexibility of BrightLink, you have the choice to mount your projector on a wall or table, instantly transforming walls or tabletops into interactive learning surfaces. Educators can use BrightLink in small-group learning centers or as student workstations. Display and control content from your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch with the Epson iProjection app and any nearby wireless or networked Epson projector. This free application allows road warriors to travel light and present from their mobile devices. For teachers, it makes it easy to walk around the class and still be able to share engaging content - larger-than-life. The app is easy to use and navigate with intuitive menu options that make it simple to bring your iOS content to the big screen.
Increase the value and utilization of your multimedia devices. Use built-in annotation tools, or connect via a wired or wireless LAN to unlock powerful new features. Annotate over the network, from an iPad / iPhone / iPod touch,3 DVD / Blu-ray player or document camera. You can even annotate without any device at all; use the built-in tools PC-free. Teachers are free to connect existing resources already in their environment, while inviting students up to engage directly with the content.