Superb image quality is at the heart of every ProScene product. At every step, commencing with the incredibly reliable, high resolution WUXGA DLP® chip, where the image is initially created via the dual Philips UHP projection lamps, through to the precision optics which focus the image on the screen, accuracy and integrity of the image are paramount.
All Optoma ProScene projectors use DLP® technology for its image quality and unmatched reliability. The reflective nature of DLP® micro-mirror technology provides highly efficient, bright images with great contrast whilst maintaining precise colour accuracy and natural, real-world color reproduction. For demanding professional applications, the proven reliability of DLP® technology makes it the obvious choice.
Better than Full HD resolution
When detail really matters, WUXGA resolution (1920 x 1200 pixels) offers 15% more image area than 1080p and 60% more than SXGA+. This enables unscaled Full HD video and extra detail. Time code information can be displayed on-screen at the same time, perfect for soundtrack recording and video editing editing where precise timing can be critical.
The dual Philips 465W UHP lamps provide the highest possible luminance, the essential prerequisite of all high-performance projectors. These lamps stay brighter for longer, provide a long service life and a reduced loss of luminous flux throughout that life. In addition, the lamp drivers are specifically tuned for the lamps, ensuring optimum operating conditions and greater stability for any situation.
Lamp pulsing technology
Advanced lamp-pulsing technologies enable color performance to be fine-tuned directly from the lamp. This unprecedented control helps to create vibrant, perfectly saturated colors across the whole light spectrum. The result is stunningly accurate, natural looking images.
The Optoma ProScene WU1500 is designed for continuous 24/7 operation. Only the most reliable, industry proven components are used to ensure superior reliability. This hard-earned “capability” has been meticulously developed over a decade of designing and supporting millions of projectors the world over.
The dust-sealed, filter-free design prevents dust and dirt from affecting the system – ensuring optimal image quality with minimal maintenance. ProScene customers can therefore be confident that, as one of the most reliable projector brands in the industry today, Optoma has a reputation for service excellence that is well deserved.
Dual lamps enable a level of reliability simply unavailable with a single-lamp projector. Both lamps can be used together to achieve maximum brightness, whilst still providing redundancy should one of them fail. Alternatively, a single lamp can be used in Relay Mode to deliver the full lifetime of each individual lamp, hence minimizing service intervals.
High quality glass optical elements maintain optimum sharpness and focus uniformity over the entire image. The ProScene insistence on uncompromising optical quality ensures extremely low colour flare and chromatic aberration resulting in crystal clear, high contrast images.
Select from a range of six premium-quality lenses, including short throw, wide zoom and long throw options. All have motorized shift, zoom and focus mechanisms, for easy and accurate adjustment after initial installation.
DLP® technology from Texas Instruments® is widely recognized and acclaimed for its unmatched reliability and long lasting image performance. When combined with high brightness and native contrast ratios, it becomes the obvious choice for demanding applications. Independent testing has proven DLP® to be the most reliable of projector technologies. Whilst other technologies may show image quality decline after only a few thousand hours, DLP® technology can remain unchanged over hundreds of thousands of hours.
To meet the challenges of Pro AV installations, the WU1500 offers six lens options, each with motorised zoom and focus, to accurately deliver the required image size.
Motorized lens shift makes it easy to position the image exactly where you want it, while a choice of two different color wheels allows the right balance of color and brightness for any application. All of the six optional lenses offer easy adjustment via the motorized lens shift, zoom and focus.
360° and portrait projection capability
Images can be projected over a full 360° range along the horizontal axis, including reproduction onto a ceiling or floor. The projector can also be placed in ‘portrait mode’ for applications such as digital signage and multi-projector displays.
For situations where only absolute darkness is good enough, the WU1500 has a mechanical shutter to provide total blackout. This makes it perfect for live events, such as scene changes during theater performances.
No two projectors are completely identical. When performing edge-blend projects using multiple projectors, it can be difficult to achieve good results if the images do not match. The WU1500 incorporates the following features to ensure high quality and consistent results:
The WU1500 has a full 3-axis color matching system, which, when combined with accurate measurements, can create seamless blends every time.
To correctly match multiple units, the WU1500 has ten lamp power steps between 80% and 100% of full brightness. This helps to achieve balanced brightness levels between adjacent projectors.
Interchangeable color wheels
Two color wheel options ensure the performance characteristics of the WU1500 can be tailored to match the application. The standard color wheel maximizes brightness, whilst ensuring good color reproduction. Alternatively, the ‘rich color’ wheel trades some brightness for exceptional color performance and accuracy. The color wheels are interchangeable modules, and can be fitted or exchanged on-site, without removing the projector cover.
System Integration and Control
Multiple WU1500 projectors can be monitored over the LAN and can also send an email alert via Crestron RoomView in the event of an error or a lamp failure. Projector status can be monitored via a web browser, while Extron IP Link, AMX Device Discovery and PJ-Link protocols offer remote management of most functions across a network, keeping you in control wherever you are.
Cut up to 30% from your energy bills using 24-hour automated power scheduling to ensure that projectors power off when not in use.
Real-time interactive helpdesk requests are sorted to come to the top. The helpdesk then has the ability to respond with an automatic message or instant message the room with exact procedures.
Check on/off status of display power and system power. View a bar graph to monitor the percentage of available projector light source usage and set an alert to notify the service or facilities department when maintenance is needed.
A visual indication of light source or service interval status.
RoomView Express makes scheduling of recurring or one timen events easy. Setting RoomView to automatically power down at midnight throughout the week can save valuable light source life and ensure security inside the facility.
Selected view by rooms, attributes or contacts
RoomView Express gives you the ability to simultaneously view more than 250 rooms from a single screen. Customize RoomView to view by room name, locations and group.
Automatically generates log files, reports and charts to analyze ROI and budget allocation. Track device usage, call statistics and user history.