Revolutionary laser light source
Blue light from the laser is projected through a beam splitter, which divides the light into two beams. One beam is reflected by a phosphor wheel, changing it into yellow, while the other beam remains blue. The two beams are then recombined into white light and separated into red, green and blue through dichroic mirrors. Each of the three colours passes through LCD panels, producing three individual images, which are transmitted through a prism and combined into the final full-colour image.
Inorganic LCD panels and phosphor wheel for outstanding reliability
Made of inorganic material, Epson’s newly developed phosphor wheel offers superior light and heat resistance to deliver excellent reliability. By combining this with our inorganic LCD panels, we create laser projectors that project bright, vibrant images for extremely long periods.
The EB-L1505UHNL provides precise brightness adjustment in increments of 1%. This combined with the Constant Brightness mode maintains brightness at a given value to match the venue or subject to deliver astonishing picture quality.
WUXGA – Beyond Full HD Resolution
With WUXGA resolution (1,920 x 1,200 pixels), you enjoy a sharp, clear display of Full HD video (1,920 x 1,080 pixels) images down to the smallest details even on large-screen projections for an incredible dynamic viewing experience.
High-definition Images with 4K Enhancement Technology
4K enhancement technology shifts each pixel diagonally by 0.5 pixels to double the resolution to 3840 x 2160, surpassing Full HD image quality to give you unbelievable sharpness, clarity and detail on all your presentations.
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