Optoma ZU1050 and ZU660 DuraCore Laser Projectors brings to the market

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The Optoma consistently launching projectors in the market of different range & value to grab the individual and cooperate customers as much as possible. So, to stamp its own trend, the Optoma launched two new flagship laser projectors – ZU1050 and ZU660.

Both feature the DuraCore technology of Optoma with a resolution of WUXGA. The company claimed that the projectors are meant to the delivre longer-lifetime light source. Also, they possess the independent IP rated dust certification to ensure reliability and minimal maintenance during its lifetime.

Designed for even the most complex professional installations, the ZU1050 and ZU660 offer multiple optional lenses ranging from TR0.36~5.5 for ultimate flexibility.

Optoma ZU1050

The ZU1050 is an ultra-bright 10,000 ANSI lumen, WUXGA projector. To deliver the optimize color rendition it uses a technology that combines the red and blue laser diodes called MCL (MultiColor Laser).

Optoma ZU660

The ZU660 has a brightness level of 6,500 lumens and I said it also a WUXGA projector. It features Optoma’s DuraCore technology enclosed in an IP5X certified optical engine. The ZU660 has the most compact size among the 6K-lumen range of laser projector products, saving both labor and equipment costs during installation claimed by the company.

Optoma ZU1050 and ZU660 projectors

Specification and Comparison between Optoma ZU1050 and ZU660.

 Model ZU1050 ZU660
 Native Resolution WUXGA 1920 x 1200 WUXGA 1920 x 1200
Display Technology DLP DLP
 Brightness 10000 ANSI lumens 6,000 ANSI lumens (6,500 center lm)
 Contrast 2,000,000:1 Extreme Black enabled, 2000:1 Full on/off 2,000,000:1 Extreme Black enabled, 2000:1 Full on/off
 Power Consumption 770W +/- 15% @110V AC (Normal Mode)
395W +/- 15% @110V AC (Eco Mode)
740W +/- 15%@220VAC (Normal Mode)
385W +/- 15%@220VAC (Eco Mode)
 650W +/- 15% @110V AC (Normal Mode)
470W +/- 15% @110V AC (Eco Mode)
620W +/- 15%@220VAC (Normal Mode)
455W +/- 15%@220VAC (Eco Mode)
 Noise (Normal/Eco mode) 35/32 dB 36/34 dB
 Weight 23.4 kg 17 kg
 Size (mm) 484 x 509 x 185 (elevator foot excluded) 484 x 509 x 185 (elevator foot excluded)
 Optional Lens 6 optional lenses, TR 0.36-5.5 6 optional lenses, TR 0.36-5.5
 Light Source Blue + Red Laser Diodes Laser Diodes
 Light Source Life 20,000 hours 20,000 hours
 I/O In : 3G-SDI x1 / HDMI x1 / VGA x1 / DVI-D x1 / HDBaseT x1
Out : VGA x1 / HDMI x1 / USB Power
Control : RS232C / Remote / 3D Sync in / 3D Sync out / RJ45
Service : USB
 In : HDMI x2 / VGA x1 / DVI-D x1 / HDBaseT x1
Out : VGA x1
Control : RS232C / Wired Remote Port / 3D Sync in / 3D Sync out / RJ45
 Thermal Dissipation 3,224.5 BTU/hr (normal mode) 2,218 BTU/hr (normal mode)
Rajkumar Mauryahttps://www.how2shout.com
Rajkumar Maurya is the H2S Media tech expert. He’s always been passionate about technology and has been writing on the subject since 2014. He has extensive knowledge of all kinds of technology, from consumer-tech to enterprise solutions. You can contact the author at-- raj@how2shout.com

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