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DPI Upgrades the Brightness of All LED Projectors

Digital Projection International logoDPI, known formerly as Digital Projection International, has just upgraded the brightness across the board for every single one of its LED projectors. The company’s entire range of LED projectors, which includes the M-Vision and dVision series, has been outfitted with Helmholtz-Kohlrausch (H-K) effect, allowing an increased brightness.

The Helmholtz-Kohlrausch effect has been defined as “a change in brightness perceived color produced by increasing the purity of a color stimulus while keeping its luminance constant within the range of photopic vision” by The International Electrotechnical ¬†Commission.

Each of DPI’s LED projectors is now capable of delivering a far greater luminance. In addition to that, certain models, like the ones that are priced between $13,000 and $40,000, are even breaking right through the 1,000 lumen threshold. This new ability to increase the luminance also comes as a result of newly available components and tailored engineering.

Other projectors from DPI that come with the increased brightness also include the new dVision 35 series LED models. These models also have 3D capabilities and, like all of the company’s products, offer ‘Lifetime Illumination’, meaning that a lamp will never need to be replaced.

DPI also asserted that all of these projectors use a tiny amount of the power to run compared to traditional UHP lamp-sourced projectors. That basically means that not only are you getting an increased brightness output but you are also consuming less energy, making for a brighter, greener viewing experience.

Source: Projector Point – Brightness upgrade for DPI’s LED projectors

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New Budget-Conscious E-Vision WXGA 6000 Released by DPI

DPI E-Vision WXGA 6000Most businesses these days are trying everything they can to keep costs low. That means buying more energy efficient products and trying to use less energy, paper and other things whenever possible. Because of that, manufacturers are doing their best to make more energy efficient and budget-friendly products.

Enter Digital Projection International (DPI) and its most budget-conscious projector yet in the company’s high-brightness, high-value projection line, the E-Vision WXGA 6000. This projector, building on the success of the previously released E-Vision 7000 and 8000 products, extends the accessibility of DPI’s advanced projectors to a wider range of applications.

The E-Vision 6000 produces 6,000 lumens of brightness and can be configured with the E-Vision series’ same wide array of lens options, user-swappable color wheels and advanced color options.¬† The E-Vision WXGA 6000 will start shipping in October of this year for an estimated price of $3,995.

The device weighs less than 40 pounds and the dual-lamp projector also employs the latest in Texas Instruments’ 1,280 x 800 dark metal DLP technology to deliver 6,000 lumens of up to 2,400:1 contrast. The projector is lightweight and has a streamlined case and presents a compelling imaging solution for lecture halls, conference centers, corporate auditoriums and boardrooms.

The new E-Vision WXGA 6000 also has a distinct feature with the new, streamlined lightweight casing, which is designed to complement the architectural details of nearly any installation. In addition to that, a plethora of variety of fixed and zoom lens options gives this device a flexible throw ratio range of .76:1 to 8.26:1.

If you are looking for a budget-friendly projector for your business meeting room or conference center then the E-Vision WXGA 6000 from Digital Projection International could be the device you are looking for. With an extremely high brightness, lightweight design and host of features, this projector is sure to fit the needs of any business.

Source: AVNetwork – DPI Launches Most Budget-Conscious Projector Yet