New Optoma laser projector for education and corporate environments

Optoma, a manufacturer of large display products has introduced two new fixed lens, WUXGA laser projectors designed to bring high brightness, dependability, and cutting-image technology to the professional installation market. The Optoma ZU920T and ZU920TST deliver on brightness and accurate colour reproduction, along with installation flexibility and lifetime reliability.

Following Optoma’s ZU720T projector, the new ZU920T series offers the main features and benefits of its predecessor, while offering a 0.65:1 short-throw ratio alternative to accommodate a variety of end-user scenarios and professional environments, such as short-throw digital signage, edge-blending, projection mapping, simulation, and immersive installations.

The ZU920T and ZU920TST are 4K and HDR compatible, and feature 9,800 lumens and a 3,000,000:1 contrast ratio, producing lifelike visuals with rich detail and bright colours. Designed to meet the demand for high brightness products that do not require interchangeable lenses, the ZU920T series offers a fixed, telecentric lens design with full motorized lens-shift and 1.6x motorized zoom and focus, delivering the same flexibility of interchangeable lens solutions at affordable price-points.

Engineered with DuraCore technology, the ZU920T series feature a dust-resistant IPX6 certified optical engine for 24/7 operation capabilities, offering true maintenance-free projection for up to 30,000 hours of powerful performance in Eco mode. Supporting continuous 24-hour operation and featuring built-in edge-blending, warping, and four-corner correction, as well as 360-degree and portrait installation modes, the ZU920T series provides superior versatility to accommodate even the most complex installations.

James Fursse, Product Manager at Optoma said, “building on the success of the ZU720T series, we are thrilled to expand our line of DuraCore laser ProScene projectors which will further address the various needs of our ProAV customers. Designed to fulfil the performance needs of nearly every ProAV segment, our full line-up of high brightness, fixed lens WUXGA laser projectors offers our end-users an array of robust display solutions that simplify installations and enhance visual experiences.”

A value-added solution, the Optoma Management Suite (OMS) is available on the ZU920T and ZU720T series, offering IT administrators and technicians a real-time remote platform to monitor, manage, and diagnose multiple displays simultaneously. OMS enables technicians to check the status and make configurations to optimise performance and broadcast emergency messages, alerts, or announcements across on-site displays.

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