Two new high brightness DLP laser projectors are joining Optoma's ProAV ZU Series laser lineup. The ZU1300 and ZU1100 have a DuraCore laser light source that puts out 14,400 and 11,500 lumens, respectively, and has an expected life of up to 30,000 hours. The optical engine is IP6X rated for minimal necessary maintenance over its life.
Both projectors have a native WUXGA (1920x1200) resolution, a dynamic contrast ratio of 2,000,000:1, and 4K HDR compatibility. They are compatible with seven different lens options, from the 0.36:1 throw ratio ultra-short throw BX-CTA16 up to BX-CTA13 which has a throw ratio range of 2.9-5.5:1.
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Horizontal and vertical keystone correction (±20 degrees), portrait and 360-degree orientation capabilities, and built-in edge blending and warping allow the ZU1300 and ZU1100 to be installed in any position. The Optoma Management Suite software is available with the projectors. It allows administrators to remotely monitor any projectors on the network and improve performance.
Connections include two HDMI in, one HDMI out, DVI-D, 3G-SDI, HDBaseT, 3D Sync in and out, USB-A for power, RS232, a 12V trigger, and RJ45.
The ZU1300 and ZU1100 are available now with an estimated street price of $23,999 and $17,999, respectively.
For more detailed specifications and connections, check out our Optoma ZU1100 projector page.