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With a current promotional upgrade to 5 years for the E-vision 8500.

Since launching the first high brightness laser projector in 2014, Digital Projection's advance in solid-state laser technology – with projectors capable of producing bright, stable and colour-accurate imagery with remarkably low lifetime costs of ownership – has already earned the Manchester, UK-based manufacturer a whopping six international industry awards.

In a move reflecting Digital Projection’s confidence in its professional-grade high brightness laser projectors and in its pioneering laser technology, the manufacturer is now offering an equally revolutionary 20,000-hour three-year EMEA warranty on all of its pioneering laser products. Double that of some competitors.

While a 20,000-hour guarantee already applies to several Digital Projection solutions, this warranty now extends to the entire range of  laser phosphor projectors, including the HIGHlite Laser, INSIGHT 4K Laser and the E-Vision Laser 8500. Every Digital Projection customer in the EMEA region is thus set to benefit from this unprecedented product warranty update.

"We’re proud of the fact that Digital Projection was the first company to implement DLP projector technology in our products," said Chris Axford, International Sales & Marketing Manager for Digital Projection “We believe we have the best quality Laser projector available on the market, so it is only logical to give to the market levels of warranties that match the trust our customers put in our products.”

Digital Projection’s pioneering laser projectors are ideal for verticals such as visitor attractions and high end pro AV, where brightness, clarity of contrast and long life illumination are of paramount importance. All Digital Projection Laser projectors can be operated in both Portrait and Landscape mode, providing maximum flexibility regardless of the installation.

Thanks to Digital Projection’s revolutionary solid-state illumination system, which bypasses regular lamp replacement cycles, nearly all lifetime costs for Digital Projection's Laser projectors are incurred at time of purchase. This key characteristic allows the entire product category to provide a much lower cost of ownership over the lifespan of the system.

Additional 5-year warranty promotion

5 year warranty on E-Vision Laser 8500Launched at InfoComm 2015, the E-Vision Laser 8500 projector is proving highly popular with customers looking for powerful 1-Chip DLP laser technology, and is now available with a free five-year warranty upgrade.

The E-Vision 8500 Laser follows on the success of the award winning 3-Chip HIGHLite Laser, which uses a cost effective single chip DLP alternative of HIGHlite’s proven laser light source. With a WUXGA resolution and a contrast ratio of up to 4,000:1, it delivers a stunning 8,500 Lumen output, boasting an impressive 20,000 hours of stable solid-state illumination.

Thanks again to its solid-state light source, the E-Vision Laser offers significantly reduced costs of ownership in comparison to other lamp-based projectors; and future proofing is guaranteed thanks to such standard features as Image Edge Blending, geometric correction, HDBaseT, DisplayPort 1.2 and HDMI connectivity.

The move also underlines the reliability of Digital Projection Laser projectors, with many other solid-state projectors only warrantied for half the amount of time. With the introduction of its three year 20,000 hour warranty on all laser projection products, Digital Projection is proving that it has complete confidence in its laser technology embedded in its products. Axford concludes: “We’re happy that we can provide assurance to our customers, and that their investment in these projectors is guaranteed to benefit from a minimal long-term cost of ownership.”

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Digital Projection Focuses On Laser In Latest Models
6/20/2016 08:00:00 AM Eastern

By: Joseph Palenchar

Digital Projection Inc. is expanding its laser front-projector lineup with two budget-series models at a suggested $9,995 and $12,995 and a model in the high-end Highlite series at $32,995.

With the rollout of the $9,995 6500 and $12,995 7500, the company is expanding its budget E-Vision laser series to three 1080p SKUs, joining the $14,995 8500. All prices are without lenses. The 6500 ships this month, and the 7500 is due in the third quarter.

At the high end, the company’s Highlite Laser II ships in July to join the first-gen $27,995 Highlite Laser, launched two years ago. The newest version of the Highlite Laser offers upgraded processing and electronics as well as higher brightness at 13,000 ANSI lumens, up from 11,000.

The new models feature WUXGA 1,920 by 1,200 resolution and will join the company’s flagship laser projector, the Insight 4K Laser at $120,000, with 4K projection.

All of the new projectors also deliver 20,000 hours of illumination from a laser-phosphor source to eliminate the need for regular lamp replacement. As a result, the laser projectors deliver “a lower cost of ownership over the lifespan of the display than many lamp-illuminated projector solutions,” the company said.

Other key features of the Highlite Laser II include a full 120Hz processing path, HDBaseT, DisplayPort 1.2 and HDMI.

As for the E-Vision Laser 6500, it delivers 6,500 lumens, a contrast of 5,000:1, quiet operation, and DVI, HDMI and an HDBaseT ports, the company said.
The E-Vision Laser 7500 steps up to 7,500 lumens, geometry correction and edge blending, and lens memory presets. For applications needing an ultra-short-throw solution, the E-Vision Laser 7500 can be paired with DPI’s new 0.38:1 ultra-short-throw lens. The combination creates an image width from 6.9 feet to about 24 feet. It also offers Displayport, DVI, HDMI and an HDBaseT interfaces.

Both E Vision models incorporate built-in compatibility with Crestron RoomView Connected, PJLink – AMX SSDP and LAN.
The projectors use DLP, or digital light processing, technology, which uses micro mirrors that tilt toward and away from the light source to create a light or dark pixel.