With 8,000 ANSI lumens and a contrast 2,000. 000: 1, this equipment incorporates MCL technology, which offers a high-performance color, and light source DuraCore laser that allows you to maintain an optimal consistency of brightness. An ideal solution for use in simulation environments, live events, museums or theme parks.

ProScene ZU850 projector has been designed by Optoma to provide maximum performance, flexibility and reliability in the professional AV market. It is a solution that combines an optimum level of brightness and color.

The ProScene ZU850, which as already was published in Digital AV Magazine It was announced in ISE 2017, it is a laser projector of phosphorus WUXGA designed for use in large spaces such as entertainment areas, auditoriums, museums and places of worship. With 8,000 ANSI lumens and a contrast 2,000. 000: 1, this equipment incorporates technology multicolor laser (MCL), which offers a high-performance color, and has light source DuraCore laser that allows you to maintain an optimal consistency of brightness.

MCL technology adds a second red laser to the more usual blue, it is as a result performance enhanced color that covers 99% of the Rec. 709 range of colours; While the source DuraCore, offers a useful life of 20,000 hours, and offers an innovative design resistant to dust (IP6X).

This computer, equipped with DLP technology, also offers a full WUXGA resolution (1.920 × 1.200) offers 15% more pixels than 1080 p. This allows Full HD video without scale and additional details.

Its sophisticated thermal engineering, give you a compact size which facilitates its installation. Advanced cooling laser diodes enable the projector to work more efficiently with a 10% higher heat dissipation. This efficiency makes the ZU850 produce less noise, at the time that prolongs the overall life of the projector while keeping a high brightness.

Designed for continuous 24 × 7 use in 360° and portrait orientations, the ZU850 supports optional lenses ranging from 0.37 TR ~ 5.5 and 100 steps of brightness adjustable to control the power of the laser's 20% ~ 100% making it ideal for professional applications as simulation, live events, museums or theme parks.

In addition, this equipment includes a 3 G-SDI (Serial Digital Interface) port that is used for the transmission of digital video signals unencrypted to a data rate of 97, 2 Gb/sec. It can support Full HD 1080 p/60 p video through a single coaxial cable up to 100 m, which reduces the complexity of configuration in live events or performances of staging.


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By • 5 Apr, 2017
• Section: Projection