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Epson PowerLite Pro Z8450WUNL
7000 Lumens Large-Venue WUXGA 3LCD Multimedia Projector with Full HD Performance


Epson PowerLite Pro Z8450WUNL

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Epson PowerLite Pro Z8450WUNL
Epson PowerLite Pro Z8450WUNL 7000 Lumens Large-Venue WUXGA 3LCD Multimedia Projector
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Our Price: $16,999.00

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Overview:

Powerful Performance Beyond Hi-Def.

A powerful performer that’s easy to install, manage and maintain, the PowerLite Pro Z8450WUNL multimedia projector offers brilliant image quality for captivating presentations in virtually any venue, even those with ambient light. Featuring WUXGA resolution, innovative 3LCD technology and a contrast ratio up to 5000:1, the Z8450WUNL delivers brilliant widescreen 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, this high-definition, high brightness projector ensures easy integration with complex devices, plus a low overall cost of ownership. Choose from a variety of optional lenses to meet most any need.

Amazing Image Quality

3x Brighter Colors with Epson
3x Brighter Colors with Epson
Brilliant image quality requires high color brightness. Epson 3LCD projectors have 3x Brighter Colors than leading competitive projectors. Delivering 7000 lumens of color brightness (color light output) and 7000 lumens of white brightness (white light output), the PowerLite Pro Z8450WUNL uses 3LCD, 3-chip technology for brilliant images with true-to-life color.

One brightness measurement (lumens) is not enough. A projector's specification needs to show both high color brightness and high white brightness. If color brightness is lower than white brightness, images may be dark, dull and lose detail. If not provided, be sure to ask for a projector's color brightness specification.

3x Brighter Colors with Epson
Actual photographs of projected images from an identical signal source. Price, resolution and white brightness are similar for both projectors
(Epson 3LCD and 1-chip DLP competitor). Both projectors are set to their brightest mode.

3LCD3LCD — The #1 projection technology in the world

  • All 3LCD projectors have both high color brightness and high white brightness
  • All 3LCD projectors have 3 chips
  • 25% lower power consumption for lower energy costs
  • 20 years of road-tested reliability

3LCD, 3-chip technology

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

Always look for Color Light Output when choosing a projector

Beyond Hi-Def
Featuring WUXGA resolution (1920 x 1200), the PowerLite Pro Z8450WUNL delivers high quality images and crisp, sharp text without any distortion. And, it makes it easy to display more content. You can also display HDTV content at its native resolution with quality that surpasses even that of 1080p devices. WUXGA resolution is ideal for any application requiring full Hi-Def, including Blu-ray content, graphic intensive programs, educational film slides, and any application requiring exceptional detail.

Beyond Hi-Def

C2FineC2Fine Technology Delivers Blacker Blacks
C2Fine offers smooth, uniform images with exceptional contrast for better image quality. Based on this new phase-compensation technology, light leakage is eliminated, allowing for the reproduction of blacker blacks. C2Fine technology is combined with an auto iris, which allows for a contrast ratio up to 5000:1.

C<sup>2</sup>Fine Technology Delivers Blacker Blacks

State-of-the-art FineFrame Interpolation Processing Technology
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 30fps. In this case, multiple frames are interpolated and inserted each second, in order to create a more realistic viewing experience.

State-of-the-art FineFrame Interpolation Processing Technology

Enhanced Super-resolution technology for sharp, dramatically rich images

  • 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

Enhanced Super-resolution technology for sharp, dramatically rich images

Award-winning Faroudja DCDi Cinema for advanced video
The PowerLite Pro Z8450WUNL features a Faroudja DCDi Cinema chipset, a video enhancement technology that produces exceptional image quality without introducing artifacts. Faroudja DCDi (Directional Correlational Deinterlacing) was developed to eliminate jagging, using a unique algorithm. This technology, in combination with decoding, deinterlacing and enhancement technologies, won an Emmy Award from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences in 2001.

Award-winning Faroudja DCDi Cinema for advanced video

6-Axis Color Adjustment
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).

6-Axis Color Adjustment

Advanced Features

Edge Blending
Edge blending makes it easy to use multi-screen projection and achieve a seamless panoramic image, in which color and brightness match up.

Edge Blending

Split Screen Feature
Split Screen allows you to display content from two inputs simultaneously, side by side, on a single screen. With three layout options, you can display video and presentation materials. Or, you can run video on both screens.

Layout Option 1: 50-50% Split Screen
Layout Option 1:

50-50% Split Screen

Layout Option 2: Main image on the left
Layout Option 2:

Main image on the left

Layout Option 3: Main image on the right
Layout Option 3:

Main image on the right

Multi-PC Projection
Multi-PC Projection

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.

360-Degree Installation
The PowerLite Pro Z Series can be rotated 360 degrees in any direction for off-axis positioning flexibility. As a result, it can be used for a wide range of applications, such as projecting on the ceiling or floor, or as part of a rear-projection system. Epson technology keeps the projector running without compromising performance or causing overheating.

360-Degree Installation

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.

DICOM Simulation Mode

Diverse Connectivity
The PowerLite Pro Z8450WUNL offers easy HDMI, BNC and LAN connectivity for integration with virtually any system.

Easy Management with Epson Monitor
EasyMP technology makes it easy to monitor and control all networked Epson projectors. You can use the utility while performing help desk services and proactively manage your projector assets. Remotely power down your projector(s) to extend the lamp life and produce energy savings. The utility also allows you to set up e-mail notifications, verify and change internal settings, and more. The utility is packaged on a CD with the projector and can be used with a PC to check the status of a projector. It is also available online at Epson.com

Easy Management with Epson Monitor

Uninterrupted Operation
The PowerLite Pro Z8450WUNL boasts a dual lamp system (two 340 W lamps) that eliminates the risk of interruption. If one lamp were to fail, operation would continue, using the other lamp. And, replacements are made easy with tool-free and unobstructed access to the rear control panel.

Low Cost of Ownership

Schedule Function
Using the convenient Schedule function, you can easily control the projector at non-networked venues. The embedded "clock" inside the projector enables it to do scheduled tasks without having the "network stand-by mode" on. This saves energy, as the projector can be turned off when not in use.

Memory Function
The PowerLite Pro Z8450WUNL features a Memory function, which allows you to store up to 10 settings in the projector's internal memory. This saves installers valuable time in setting up the projector for various venues and events.

Protect your investment — long-life electrostatic air filter
The PowerLite Pro Z8450WUNL filter is designed to protect the optical engine, lamp and electronics from small dust particles that can enter any projector. It has a recommended 10,000- hour filter cleaning schedule.6 The Epson electrostatic filter captures particles as small as three microns, due in part to its pleated, expanded design. With one air intake and one exhaust path, the PowerLite Pro Z8450WUNL offers an efficient airflow system for optimum cooling of key components and a reduction in dust-related problems. Additionally, it has the capability to send an e-mail notification out through the Epson Monitor utility when an increase in temperature is detected, due to clogging.

Protect Your Investment — Long-Life Electrostatic Air Filter

Easy Maintenance
Offering convenient access to the lamps and filter, the PowerLite Pro Z8450WUNL makes maintenance easier than ever, even if the projector is ceiling mounted. The lamp cover is located on the rear side panel and there are no screws, so the lid can be removed without any special tools. In addition to easy lamp and filter replacements, the PowerLite Pro Z8450WUNL includes features that make it easy to monitor and control. With EasyMP Monitor, users can access advanced status functions over the LAN network.

Quiet, Reliable Liquid-Cooling System
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.

Quiet, Reliable Liquid Cooling System

Easy Installation Tools

Lens Shift
Epson lens shift technology enables outstanding installation flexibility with an incredible range of up to + or – 70% on the vertical axis and up to + or – 20% on the horizontal axis. Users can operate the lens shift functions using the remote control, the projector control panel, or control commands.

Lens Shift

Arc Correction
Using arc correction, you can adjust each side of a projected image in an arc or barrel-shaped way, making it easier than ever to get a perfectly rectangular image.

Arc correction

Centered Lens Design
Featuring a centered lens design, the PowerLite Pro Z8450WUNL makes installation easy to plan. Positioning the ceiling mount, screen and projector can be performed individually and independent of one another.

Six Powered Lens Options
For great flexibility, the PowerLite Pro Z8450WUNL offers a total of six lenses including short, wide, and rear, along with mid- to long-throw lenses that allow users to choose the motorized lens most suited for their environment. A quick release lever allows for a fast, easy lens exchange. (Lens not included)

Six Powered Lens Options

Test Patterns
The PowerLite Pro Z Series Projectors includes six test patterns with precise setup features, including detecting distortion, checking linearity, color reproduction and bleeding, and tone production check.

Test Patterns

Features:

Bright and Colorful
Bright and Colorful

Features 7000 lumens of color brightness (color light output)1 and 7000 lumens of white brightness (white light output)1

WUXGA
WUXGA

1920 x 1200 widescreen resolution
Edge Blending
Edge Blending

Use multiple projectors to overlap images, and there are no bright spots where the overlap occurs, providing dynamic, seamless projection.
Split Screen
Split Screen

Display content from two inputs simultaneously, side by side, on a single screen.
DICOM
DICOM

DICOM mode allows for superb and accurate tonal reproduction, allowing for improved medical imagery such as X-rays.
Monitor and Control
Monitor and Control

Configure and operate projectors remotely over the network; see projector-status alerts for lamps, temperature and filters.
Optional Lens
Optional Lens

Compatible with interchangeable lens options that provide varying ranges for optimal placement and flexibility
Lens Shift
Lens Shift

Equipped with horizontal and vertical lens shift, to help configure projector setup
  • 3x Brighter Colors and reliable performance — 3LCD, 3-chip technology
  • One measurement of brightness is not enough — look for both high color brightness and high white brightness.
    The PowerLite Pro Z8450WUNL has:
      Color Brightness: 7000 lumens1
      White Brightness: 7000 lumens1
  • Widescreen performance and true-to-life color — WUXGA resolution and 3LCD, 3-chip technology
  • Core technology for added reliability — durable LCD chips; innovative cooling system and filter design
  • Digital connectivity for 10800p, Hi-Def performance — HDMI with HDCP compliancy and HD-SDI, both with high-grade video processing
  • Exceptional color fidelity — broad color reproduction covers the DCI color gamut space for viewing movies as film producers intended
  • Greater detail with blacker blacks — C2Fine technology, up to 5000:1 contrast ratio
  • Advanced video quality — Super-resolution technology
  • FineFrame interpolation processing technology — eliminates visible flicker and frame-to-frame judder
  • Easier installation — 360-degree projection and centered lens design make it easy to install the projector in any setting
  • Powered lens — motorized zoom, focus, and lens shift, controllable through the remote, RS-232 or IP
  • Wide lens shift capabilities and arc correction — vertical positioning of ±70%; ±20% horizontal; ability to adjust each side of an image in an arch or barrel-shaped way
  • Split Screen feature — project two images (video or still) side-by-side from two different sources simultaneously2
  • Edge blending — multi-screen projection, resulting in a seamless panoramic image
  • Perfect for auditoriums and lecture hall venues — six optional lenses including wide-, rear- and long-throw lenses designed with a change-out lever for easy installation
  • Direct On and Direct Off — allows a projector to be powered on / off by use of a wall switch
  • Protect your investment — recommended 10,000-hour filter cleaning schedule3; easy, side-access filter
  • Easy monitor and control capabilities — included Epson Monitor software allows for remote monitor and control of Epson networked projectors
  • Value-added features — Quick Corner for independent image corner control; built-in closed captioning decoder; cable interface cover
  • Dual lamps with long lamp life — up to 3500-hour lamp life in ECO Mode, up to 2500 hours in Normal Mode4

Eco Features

  • Energy-efficient 3LCD light engine
  • Recyclable product5
  • Epson America, Inc. is a SmartWaySM Transport Partner6

1 Color brightness (color light output) and white brightness (white light output) will vary depending on usage conditions. Color light output measured in accordance with IDMS 15.4; white light output measured in accordance with ISO 21118. 
2 The Split Screen feature can only use one digital input source at a time. The other source must be an analog source (PC/Component or Composite video). However, two different analog input sources can be used at the same time. 
3 Recommendation based on normal room conditions. Cleaning requirements may vary depending on use, environment and other conditions. Cleaning intervals may be adjusted to accommodate the environment in which the projector is used. 
4 Lamp life will vary depending upon mode selected, environmental conditions and usage. Lamp brightness decreases over time.
5
 For convenient and reasonable recycling options, visit www.Epson.com/recycle
6 SmartWay is an innovative partnership of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency that reduces greenhouse gases and other air pollutants and improves fuel efficiency.

Specifications:

PowerLite Pro Z8450WUNL Interfaces

Epson PowerLite Pro Z8450WUNL WUXGA 3LCD Projector
Specifications
Projection System High-aperture 3-chip, 3LCD technology
Projection Method Front / rear / ceiling mount
Driving Method Poly-silicon TFT Active Matrix
Pixel Number 2,304,000 pixels x 3LCDs
Color Brightness (Color Light Output) 7000 lumens1
White Brightness (White Light Output) 7000 lumens1
Aspect Ratio Native 16:10 (supports 4:3, 16:9, 5:4)
Native Resolution WUXGA (1920 x 1200)
Lamp Type 340 W x 2 UHE
Lamp Life
  • ECO mode: Up to 3,500 hours2
  • Normal mode: Up to 2,500 hours2
Brightness Uniformity 90%
Pixel Arrangement Cross stripe
Contrast Ratio Normal, Dynamic Mode: Up to 5000:1
Color Reproduction Up to 1.07 billion colors
Color Processing 10 bit
Projection Lens
Throw Ratio Range 1.71 – 2.78 (Standard lens)
Size (projected distance) 60" – 500"
Type Powered zoom / focus
F-number 1.65 – 2.51 (Standard lens)
Focal Length 36 mm – 57.35 mm (Standard lens)
Zoom Ratio Optical zoom 1.0 – 1.61 (Standard lens)
Lens Shift
  • Vertical: ±70%
  • Horizontal: ±20%
Keystone Correction
  • Vertical: -30 degrees to +30 degrees
  • Horizontal: -20 degrees to +20 degrees
Video
Video Standards
  • Analog: NTSC / NTSC4.43 / PAL / M-PAL / N-PAL / PAL60 / SECAM
  • HDMI: 480i / 576i / 480p / 576p / 720p /1080i / 1080p
  • DVI: None
  • SDI: 480i / 576i
  • HD-SDI: 720p / 1080i / 1080p
Video Processing
  • 3D Y/C separation, 3D noise reduction, Mosquito noise reduction
  • DCDi — Directional Correlational Deinterlacing Motion-compensated Interlace-Progressive conversion (2:2, 3:2 film detection)
  • Super Resolution
  • FineFrame Interpolation
  • 4:4 Pull-down Processing
  • Closed Captioning
Networking
Connectivity
  • Wired: Integrated 10/100Mbps
  • Wireless: Optional — 802.11b/g/n
  • Wireless Security: WEP, WPA-PSK (TKIP/AES), WPA2-PSK (TKIP/AES)
Remote Control and Management
  • EasyMP Monitor
  • AMX Duet and Device Discovery
  • Crestron Integrated Partner and RoomView
  • Extron IP Link
  • PJLink
Other
Interfaces
  • HDMI x 2
  • SDI x 1
  • Computer: D-sub 15 pin x 1
  • Video: BNC x 5
  • Composite Video: BNC x 1
  • S-Video: Mini DIN x 1
  • Wired Network: RJ-45 x 1
  • Wireless Network: Optional
  • Serial: Rs-232c x 1
  • Hardwired Remote Jack x 1
  • Monitor-Out: D-sub 15 pin x 1
  • USB Type-A: For wireless only
  • USB Type-B: For service only
Speaker None
Audio Output None
Operating Temperature
  • Normal: 32° to 122° F (0° to 50° C)
  • Above 4900 feet: 32° to 104° F (0° to 40° C)
Power Supply Voltage 100 – 240 V ±10%, 50/60 Hz AC
Power Consumption
  • ECO mode: 830 W
  • Normal mode: 1050 W
  • Communication on: 15 W standby
  • Communication off: 0.5 W standby
Fan Noise
  • ECO mode: 35 dB
  • Normal mode: 40 dB
Security Kensington- style lock provision, anchor (metal) bar for security lock or cable, handles attached to body for cable wrap
Dimensions
Including Feet (with standard lens) 21.0" x 28.9" x 8.9" (W x D x H)
Excluding Feet (with standard lens) 21.0" x 28.9" x 8.0" (W x D x H)
Weight With standard lens: 48.4 lbs
Remote Control
Features Brightness, contrast, tint, saturation, sharpness, input signal, sync, tracking, position, zoom, focus, lens shift, shutter, ID, source search, split screen
Operating Angle
  • Front:
    Right / Left: ±60 degrees
    Upper / Lower: -45 to +15 degrees
  • Rear:
    Right / Left ±30 degrees
    Upper / Lower -45 to +15 degrees
Operating Distance 49 feet
Package
What's in the Box
  • Epson PowerLite Pro Z8450WUNL Projector
  • Power cable
  • Computer cable
  • Projector remote control
  • Batteries
  • Cable cover
  • User manual CD
  • Quick Setup Sheet
  • Password protection sticker
  • Monitor and Control CD
  • Lens sold separately
Warranty Two-year projector limited warranty, Epson Road Service Program PrivateLine dedicated toll-free support (U.S. and Canada only) and 90-day limited lamp warranty

1 Color brightness (color light output) and white brightness (white light output) will vary depending on usage conditions. Color light output measured in accordance with IDMS 15.4; white light output measured in accordance with ISO 21118.
2 Lamp life will vary depending upon mode selected, environmental conditions and usage. Lamp brightness decreases over time.

Technology:


3LCD
3LCD

The #1 projection technology in the world, with 3 chips that deliver both high color brightness and high white brightness.

3x Brighter Colors
3x Brighter Colors

Brilliant image quality requires high color brightness (color light output), and Epson 3LCD projectors have 3x Brighter Colors than leading competitive projectors.

HDMI Connectivity
HDMI Connectivity

Get both audio and brilliant HD video content with just one HDMI cable (compatible with the latest laptops, Blu-Ray and media players).

Optional Lenses
Optional Lenses

Epson offers optional lenses with varying ranges, including a rear-throw lens, for added flexibility.

Off-Axis Positioning
Off-Axis Positioning

This tilt feature makes it easy to use the projector for a wide range of applications, such as projecting on angled surfaces.

Multi-PC Collaboration
Multi-PC Collaboration

Epson's Multi-PC Collaboration utility allows you to display four PC screens simultaneously over the network with even more users connected to the same projector on Standby Mode.

Pre-set Templates
Pre-set Templates

Choose from four pre-set templates or create a custom template to project lines or grids onto whiteboards or chalkboards.

Dual Pen Support
Dual Pen Support

Two users can work simultaneously, and independent of one another, with dual pen support.

C<sup>2</sup>Fine Technology
C2Fine Technology

C2Fine offers smooth, uniform images with exceptional contrast for better image quality.

Crestron RoomView Compatible
Crestron RoomView Compatible

Crestron RoomView compatibility allows IT managers (those who have standardized their equipment using this popular platform) to easily monitor and control network-connected Epson projectors via the same software they use currently to monitor all other projectors on their network.

Centered Lens Design
Centered Lens Design

This unique design makes installation easy to plan with lens-to-screen alignment.

Auto Iris Technology
Auto Iris Technology

Epson's Auto Iris Technology adjusts the aperture to provide the optimum contrast and brightness for each scene.

6-Axis Color Adjustments
6-Axis 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).

Quick Corner
Quick Corner

This innovative feature allows you to move any of the four corners of an image independently at setup, to adjust each corner for a perfectly rectangular picture.

Built-in Closed Captioning
Built-in Closed Captioning

Built-in closed captioning helps educational institutions meet ADA 508 requirements for students with hearing impairments.

Epson iProjection App
Epson iProjection App

Display from your iOS or Android mobile device with the free Epson iProjection App and any nearby wireless Epson projector.

*Check your owner’s manual to determine if a separate wireless LAN module must be purchased separately to enable wireless connection on your Epson projector. Epson projectors can be networked either through the Ethernet port on the projector (check model specifications for availability) or via a wireless connection. Not all Epson projectors are able to be networked. Availability varies depending on model.

Why is Color Brightness Important?

What should you look for?

Look for two lumens specifications, one for Color Brightness and a separate White Brightness spec, when comparing projector models. To select a projector with vibrant color, crisp detail and realistic skin tones, look for both High Color Brightness and High White Brightness.

Compare for yourself

Color

Color

Color Brightness: 2800 lumens
White Brightness: 2800 lumens

Muted

Muted

Color Brightness: 700 lumens
White Brightness: 2700 lumens

Detail

Detail

Color Brightness: 2800 lumens
White Brightness: 2800 lumens

Lost

Lost

Color Brightness: 700 lumens
White Brightness: 2700 lumens

Skin Tones

Skin Tones

Color Brightness: 2800 lumens
White Brightness: 2800 lumens

Unrealistic

Unrealistic

Color Brightness: 700 lumens
White Brightness: 2700 lumens

Low Color Brightness can result in images that are 1/3 as bright.

Actual photographs of side-by-side projected images from an identical signal source. Price, resolution and white brightness are similar for both projectors (Epson 3LCD and 1-chip DLP competitor). Both projectors are set to their brightest mode.

What is Color Brightness?

Color Brightness is a scientifically set global standard that measures a projector's Color Light Output. It was concluded that there are such significant differences in color brightness performance among different projector models and brands that color should be measured separately to provide consumers with fair and accurate information.

What does it mean to you?

The Color Brightness specification allows you to make a more informed decision when purchasing a projector. Color Brightness (or Color Light Output) measures the brightness of the colors in a projected image, not just the brightness of white. This is critically important as most projectors are used for color content, and color is a critical component of picture quality.

Where did the spec come from?

A committee of display experts, after extensive scientific evaluation, established a global standard – the International Display Metrology Standard (IDMS). The standard, published in June 2012, IDMS version 1.03, covers the three leading international display standards organizations worldwide – the Society for Information Display (SID), the Visual Electronics Standards Association (VESA) and the International Consortium Display Metrology (ICDM).

Frequently Asked Questions

Does “lumens” cover both Color Brightness and White Brightness?

No. Unless you see a separate specification for Color Brightness, you are only getting the White Brightness of the projector. Color Brightness may be 1/3 of the brightness stated.

How is Color Brightness determined?

Color Brightness (Color Light Output) is measured in accordance with IDMS 15.4.

Can there be a difference between Color Brightness and White Brightness?

Yes. For example, a projector with 3000 lumens of White Brightness may only have 800 lumens of Color Brightness. Image quality can vary greatly, even among projectors at similar price points and with traditional specifications – you may not get what you paid for. Color Brightness may be 1/3 of the White Brightness stated. Look for separate Color Brightness and White Brightness specifications to ensure you get the best overall image quality for everything you display.

Are LED lumens different than regular lumens?

No. A lumen is an international standard measurement of light output, regardless of the light source.

Why can't I find Color Brightness as a published specification?

Not all projectors have both High Color Brightness and High White Brightness, and many manufacturers may not want you to know their projectors may be 1/3 as bright when it comes to color.

Views:


Front View
Front View

Rear View
Rear View

Left Angle View
Left Angle View

Mounted View
Mounted View

Front Cover Open and Interfaces View
Front Cover Open and Interfaces View

Interfaces Zoom In View
Interfaces Zoom In View

Top View
Top View
 

 

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Projector Auditorium Series: High lumen installation projectors for large venues with optional lenses, lens shift, native Full HD support, and advanced image processing. Lens options for most throw distances.

PowerLite Pro Z Projector Series Z8150NL Z8250NL Z8255NL Z9870NL Z11005NL Z8050WNL Z8350WNL Z9800WNL
Normal (lumens) 8000 color
8000 white
10000 color
10000 white
10000 color
10000 white
8700 color
8700 white
11000 color
11000 white
7000 color
7000 white
8500 color
8500 white
8300 color
8300 white
Eco (lumens) 7300 color
7300 white
7300 color
7300 white
7300 color
7300 white
7300 color
7300 white
7300 color
7300 white
- 7100 color
7100 white
7100 color
7100 white
Native Resolution XGA XGA XGA XGA XGA WXGA WXGA WXGA
Weight (lbs) 58 lb 58 lb 58 lb 58 lb 58 lb 58 lb 58 lb 58 lb
Lamp Life (hours at Normal/Eco lumens) 2500/3500 2500/3500 2500/3500 3000/4000 2000/4000 2500/3500 2500/3500 3000/4000
Lamp Part Number S: V13H010L81
D: V13H010L82
S: V13H010L81
D: V13H010L82
S: V13H010L81
D: V13H010L82
S: V13H010L81
D: V13H010L82
S: V13H010L81
D: V13H010L82
S: V13H010L81
D: V13H010L82
S: V13H010L81
D: V13H010L82
S: V13H010L81
D: V13H010L82
Computer Connections D-Sub HD 15x1, HDMIx2 D-Sub HD 15x1, HDMIx2 D-Sub HD 15x1, HDMIx2 D-Sub HD 15x1, HDMIx2 D-Sub HD 15x1, HDMIx2 D-Sub HD 15x1, HDMIx2 D-Sub HD 15x1, HDMIx2 D-Sub HD 15x1, HDMIx2
Video Inputs HDBT, HDMIx1, DVI-Dx1, 5-BNC HDBT, HDMIx1, DVI-Dx1, 5-BNC HDBT, HDMIx1, DVI-Dx1, 5-BNC HDBT, HDMIx1, DVI-Dx1, 5-BNC, 3G-SDIx1 HDBT, HDMIx1, DVI-Dx1, 5-BNC HDBT, HDMIx1, DVI-Dx1, 5-BNC HDBT, HDMIx1, DVI-Dx1, 5-BNC HDBT, HDMIx1, DVI-Dx1, 5-BNC
Zoom Lens 6 Optional Lenses 6 Optional Lenses 6 Optional Lenses 7 Optional Powered Lenses 7 Optional Powered Lenses 6 Optional Lenses 6 Optional Lenses 7 Optional Powered Lenses
Audio No No No No No No No No
3G-SDI Input No No No No No No No No
Wired Network Capability RJ-45 (content over IP, Broadcasting) RJ-45 (content over IP, Broadcasting) RJ-45 (content over IP, Broadcasting) RJ-45 (content over IP, Broadcasting) RJ-45 (content over IP, Broadcasting) RJ-45 (content over IP, Broadcasting) RJ-45 (content over IP, Broadcasting) RJ-45 (content over IP, Broadcasting)
Wireless Network Capability Optional (802.11 bgn) Optional (802.11 bgn) Optional (802.11 bgn) Optional (802.11 bgn) Optional (802.11 bgn) Optional (802.11 bgn) Optional (802.11 bgn) Optional (802.11 bgn)
  Z9900WNL Z11000WNL Z9750UNL Z9870UNL Z10000UNL Z10005UNL Z8000WUNL Z8450WUNL
Normal (lumens) 9200 color
9200 white
11000 color
11000 white
7500 color
7500 white
8700 color
8700 white
10000 color
10000 white
10000 color
10000 white
6000 color
6000 white
7000 color
7000 white
Eco (lumens) 7100 color
7100 white
7100 color
7100 white
6600 color
6600 white
6600 color
6600 white
6600 color
6600 white
6600 color
6600 white
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Native Resolution WXGA WXGA WUXGA
(1920 x 1200)
WUXGA
(1920 x 1200)
WUXGA
(1920 x 1200)
WUXGA
(1920 x 1200)
WUXGA
(1920 x 1200)
WUXGA
(1920 x 1200)
Weight (lbs) 58 lb 58 lb 58 lb 58 lb 58 lb 58 lb 58 lb 58 lb
Lamp Life (hours at Normal/Eco lumens) 2500/4000 2000/4000 3000/4000 2500/4000 2000/4000 2000/4000 2500/3500 2500/3500
Lamp Part Number S: V13H010L81
D: V13H010L82
S: V13H010L81
D: V13H010L82
S: V13H010L81
D: V13H010L82
S: V13H010L81
D: V13H010L82
S: V13H010L81
D: V13H010L82
S: V13H010L81
D: V13H010L82
S: V13H010L81
D: V13H010L82
S: V13H010L81
D: V13H010L82
Computer Connections D-Sub HD 15x1, HDMIx2 D-Sub HD 15x1, HDMIx2 D-Sub HD 15x1, HDMIx2 D-Sub HD 15x1, HDMIx2 D-Sub HD 15x1, HDMIx2 D-Sub HD 15x1, HDMIx2 D-Sub HD 15x1, HDMIx2 D-Sub HD 15x1, HDMIx2
Video Inputs HDBT, HDMIx1, DVI-Dx1, 5-BNC HDBT, HDMIx1, DVI-Dx1, 5-BNC HDBT, HDMIx1, DVI-Dx1, 5-BNC HDBT, HDMIx1, DVI-Dx1, 5-BNC, 3G-SDIx1 HDBT, HDMIx1, DVI-Dx1, 5-BNC, 3G-SDIx1 HDBT, HDMIx1, DVI-Dx1, 5-BNC, 3G-SDIx1 HDBT, HDMIx1, DVI-Dx1, 5-BNC HDBT, HDMIx1, DVI-Dx1, 5-BNC
Zoom Lens 7 Optional Powered Lenses 7 Optional Powered Lenses 7 Optional Powered Lenses 7 Optional Powered Lenses 7 Optional Powered Lenses 7 Optional Powered Lenses 6 Optional Lenses 6 Optional Lenses
Audio No No No No No No No No
3G-SDI Input No No No Yes Yes Yes No No
Wired Network Capability RJ-45 (content over IP, Broadcasting) RJ-45 (content over IP, Broadcasting) RJ-45 (content over IP, Broadcasting) RJ-45 (content over IP, Broadcasting) RJ-45 (content over IP, Broadcasting) RJ-45 (content over IP, Broadcasting) RJ-45 (content over IP, Broadcasting) RJ-45 (content over IP, Broadcasting)
Wireless Network Capability Optional (802.11 bgn) Optional (802.11 bgn) Optional (802.11 bgn) Optional (802.11 bgn) Optional (802.11 bgn) Optional (802.11 bgn) Optional (802.11 bgn) Optional (802.11 bgn)

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