Optoma debuts 5,400 lumens IP5X-rated 1080p DuraCore laser projector

posted on Tuesday, 30th May 2017 by Steve May

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The ZH510T is the latest high-brightness projector to join Optoma’s DuraCore laser line-up. Building on its portfolio of ProScene professional installation laser products, this new compact projector offers 1080p resolution and 5,400 lumens. 

DuraCore laser technology combines a long-life light source with a certified IP rated dust resistant design. The ZH510T claims to offer 30,000 hours in full brightness mode and an independent dust certification of IP5X to IEC 60529 standards. The lightweight chassis boasts the same feature set as its WUXGA ZU510T stablemate.

A filter-free design, with 360° projection capability and lightweight body, it’s suitable for multiple uses in locations spanning retail, hospitality, signage, entertainment or tourist attractions.

The projector is designed for long duty cycles, producing 20 years of normal use (based on 6 hours per day, 250 days per year) or 3.4 years if run continuously. Operating noise is a low 28dB.

Philip Watt, Product Manager at Optoma Europe, commented: “The ZH510T is the result of matching our customers’ requirements: An easy to use, no maintenance, Full HD bright projector that they can ‘fit and forget’ in any retail, hospitality, museum or gallery environment.  Consistent brightness and colour accuracy, quiet operation and compactness were also high on the list of requirements.” 

Steve May

Inside CI Editor Steve May is a freelance technology journalist, who also writes for T3, TechRadar, Home Cinema Choice and ERT (amongst others).

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