Corporate Portable Multimedia Projectors
Bright. Easy Setup. Amazing Performance.
The Epson EB-1950 is the latest feature rich addition to the market leading Epson projector range. Boasting 4,500 lumens White Light and Colour Light Output, image enhancement features and user friendly functionality, the EB-1950 has the power and image quality to impress even the most discerning of users.
- Ultra Bright – The EB-1950 delivers an impressive 4,500 Lumens Light/Colour light output in a compact, light weight unit
- Broad Connectivity – HDMI, DisplayPort, USB display, USB Slideshow, and network connectivity
- Advanced Networking Capability – Enables users to monitor, control and present from a remote location
- Enhanced Image Quality – Featuring the Faroudja DCDi Cinema chip and DICOM SIM mode the EB-1950 produces images with fine detail, sharpness and smooth motion.
- Rich Functionality for more effective meetings – Boasting a range of easy to use functions such as Epson iProjection, Multi PC Projection, PC Free and Split Screen the EB-1950 helps to create more engaging and captivating meetings
- Easy installation and Setup – Making use of the Vertical and Horizontal keystone correction, it is not necessary to place the projector in the centre of the desk – get a perfectly square image regardless of where the projector is placed in a room
With the EB-1950, it’s possible to monitor and control up to 1,024 networked Epson projectors from a remote location. Schedule power on or off timings, check projector status and receive maintenance alerts. Users can even project presentations in up to four rooms from one networked location. This is possible over a wired connection (via RJ45 connection).
Award-winning Faroudja DCDi® Cinema for advanced video
The EB-1950 features a Faroudja DCDi Cinema chipset, a video enhancement technology that produces exceptional image quality without introducing artefacts. Faroudja DCDi (Directional Correlational Deinterlacing) was developed to eliminate jagging, using a unique algorithm. The Faroudja DCDi Cinema image enhancement capabilities include Deinterlacing, noise reduction, and sharpness enhancement.
DICOM Simulation Mode
DICOM (Digital Imaging and Communication in Medicine) is a standard for handling, storing, printing, and transmitting information in medical imaging, which includes a file format definition and a network communications protocol. The DICOM simulation mode in the EB-1950 can reproduce images with gray level very close to DICOM Part 14 (Grayscale Standard Display Function). This mode is ideal for viewing grayscale medical images such as X-ray pictures for training and education in the medical institutions.
Display and control content from your iPhone®, iPad® or iPod® touch with the Epson iProjection App and any nearby wireless or networked Epson projector. Whether projecting a PowerPoint presentation loaded to the iProjection App or a photo slideshow from your iPad, Epson’s iProjection gives you the wireless freedom you’ve come to expect from your mobile device. This App is easy to use and navigate with intuitive menu options that make it simple to bring your iOS content to the big screen. The EB-1950, requires a wired LAN connection with a wireless LAN access point to use iProjection.
Epson Multi-PC Projection 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.
USB Display Function and USB Memory Slide Show
The EB-1950 can display your presentation via a connection to a PC with a simple USB cable. You can also create and display images directly from a USB memory device, making it possible to give presentations without the need for a PC.
Project two images (video or still) side-by-side from two different sources simultaneously. In a video conference, for example, in a meeting presentation material and remote participants can be shown simultaneously.