The short-throw Epson PowerLite 535W 3LCD Projector
is ideal for classroom settings, rear projection, and other
installations where the projector needs to be placed very close to the
screen. For example, with a 28" throw distance, it will produce a
106"-diagonal image. The 3LCD imaging device features a WXGA (1280 x
800) native resolution, and is backed up by a lamp producing a
brightness of 3400 lumens in its brightest setting. In addition to WXGA,
the projector can scale a range of non-native resolutions from SD
(480p) up to UXGA (1600 x 1200).
For direct connection to
computers with analog outputs or integration with many AV systems, there
are two VGA inputs plus a single VGA output to loop-through the
selected VGA input to a local monitor or other secondary display. For
connection to digital and HDTV devices there is an HDMI input, and for
legacy SD equipment there is a composite input and an S-video input. In
addition, an Ethernet port means up to 50 devices sharing the same
network as the projector can be connected, and images from up to four of
those devices can be shown on-screen at once. Two USB ports allow the
projector to be used standalone, projecting off of a USB storage device
or for connecting it to a document camera or computer. One of the ports
can also be used with an optional dongle (available separately) that
enables wireless (Wi-Fi) network connectivity - including projection
from a mobile app.
In addition to device connection, the
Ethernet port allows the projector to be managed remotely - which helps
reduce IT administration costs by enabling centralized control. A CD
with management software is included. Additionally, RS-232 allows you to
integrate the projector with automation systems such as Crestron.
Finally, an IR remote is included for local control of the projector.
When connected to a computer through USB, the remote can also serve as a
presentation mouse - for example, by changing slides in PowerPoint