Optoma adds new projectors to DuraCore laser range

Optoma has expanded its range of DuraCore laser ProScene projectors with the launch of three new high-specification compact projectors – the ZU606TSTe, ZU606Te (WUXGA) and ZH606e (Full HD 1080p). 

These projectors boast a brightness of 6,300 lumens along with 4K and HDR compatibility. Powered by a long-lasting, low maintenance laser light source with an expected lifetime of 30,000 hours at full brightness, the new models offer a cost-effective solution for professional installations such as large venues, boardrooms, classrooms, lecture theatres, museums and houses of worship.

The ZU606Te and its short-throw counterpart ZU606TSTe come equipped with HDBaseT connectivity to simplify installation. And all three models have four corner geometric adjustment to help with uneven walls or where a projector placement is awkward and needs to be installed at an angle.  In addition, the ZU606Te and ZH606e have the added benefit of vertical lens shift and 1.6x zoom for quick and accurate installation. 

James Fursse, Technical Product Manager at Optoma Europe said, "Optoma's new 606e series is an affordable laser solution for customers who would otherwise be looking at high brightness lamp-based projectors. Taking proven technologies from our Pro AV range, the 606e offers DuraCore laser in a small virtually maintenance-free fit and forget product. Features on these low-profile installation projectors include WUXGA and Full HD 1080p resolution, bright 6,300 lumens and continuous 24-hour operation."

Once installed, these projectors can be managed and monitored easily over a network via the RJ45. Compatible Crestron RoomView software can be used to power on/off, monitor, manage and control up to 250 projectors at the same time from any computer.

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