Professional Installation Applications
Delivering outstanding reliability, high brightness, stunning colors and spectacular image quality, the WU515ST is engineered to serve the professional installation market using short throw lens w/ pure shift capability.
Optoma WU515ST is the perfect solution for museums, exhibitions, theme parks, simulations, arts and many others.
High Precision Short Throw Lens
- Unique short throw lens for TR 0.79:1 and with lens shift capability.
- Two spherical lenses to eliminate spherical aberration, and improve resolution and system performance.
Vertical and Horizontal lens shift
Simplify installation with PureShift, which provides a wide range of projector placement possibilities.
Includes 4-corner adjustment, Horizontal/Vertical keystone adjustments.
Color Matching Mode
The color matching system, combines accurate measurements across multiple projectors helps create seamless blends every time.
Versatile System Integration Control Protocols
Crestron RoomView, Extron’s IP Link, AMX dynamic device discovery and PJ-Link protocols are fully supported, allowing nearly all aspects of the 515ST series to be controlled across a network, keeping you in control, wherever you are.
Give powerful presentations and educational lessons with stunning colors. Optoma projectors provide you with reliable color performance suitable for any content and environment. From accurate sRGB colors for true life like images to vibrant punchy presentations. We have a display mode to specific meet your needs.
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. Images remain accurate, and colors suffer virtually no degradation over time.