Optoma DuraCore Laser Technology – Brighter for longer
Industry leading lifetime is achieved using Optoma’s new DuraCore technology. Implementing advanced laser diode cooling techniques and an innovative dust resistant design, and light source lifetime at 20,000 hours.
Airtight optical engine
Precision engineered with an IP6X Certified system, the ZU860 has an airtight engine that resists dust particles and ensures a long lasting, reliable and practically no maintenance light source of up to 20,000 hours. The ZU860 laser light source is free of mercury and environmentally friendly compared with traditional lamp-based projectors.
A complete reconfiguration of the heat pipes, fan and thermal fins enables an additional 10% total system heat dissipation.
V-shape structure on thermal fins
Precision etched thermal grooves on each individual fin take 10% more heat away from the system and results in 2% increase in brightness.
Total cost of ownership
For demanding applications the total cost of ownership of a projector is not in the purchase cost, but in expensive maintenance and service. ProScene projectors require very little maintenance; have no user serviceable parts inside and no filters that require periodic replacement. The result is low cost, predictable service cycles, enabling planned down time to be minimized.
Ultimate Color Performance
Where detail really matters, the full WUXGA (1920 x 1200) resolution offers 15% more pixels than 1080p. This enables unscaled Full HD video and extra detail. Optoma laser projectors have adopted DLP® micro-mirror technology which provides highly efficient bright images with high contrast, maintaining precise color accuracy and natural real-world color reproduction.
The high brightness significantly benefits the HDR enhancement. The projected images become so breathtaking as if you were in the scenes.
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.
High quality optical elements maintain optimum sharpness and focus uniformity over the entire image. Uncompromising optical quality delivers extremely low color flare and chromatic aberration resulting in a crystal clear, high contrast image.
Installation Friendly & Flexibility
360° and portrait projection capability
Images can be projected over a full 360° range along the vertical axis, including reproduction on a ceiling or floor. This projector can also be placed in portrait mode for applications such as digital signage or for tall thin projection areas.
All ProScene projectors are designed for continuous 24/7 operation. Only industry proven components are used to ensure superior reliability.
Built-in Warping & Edge Blending
User friendly PC interphase for multiple unit warping & edge blending adjustments. Massive images can be achieved within time for a cup of coffee without the need to bundle external image processing boxes, lowering the budget for complex projects. Carefully calibrated FW and gamma adjustments will provide smooth seamless blends.
4-corner adjustment, Pincushion adjustments, Horizontal/Vertical keystone adjustments to fit all scenario needs.
This projector has a color matching system, which combined with accurate measurements can create seamless blends every time.
AV Mute Function
In situations where only absolute darkness is required, the ZU860 can provide a total blackout that functions like mechanical shutter.
Picture by picture / picture-in-picture
The ZU860 supports picture-by-picture and picture-in-picture. Signals can be delivered simultaneously via the HDMI and DVI ports, for a PbP or PiP display from two digital sources – perfect for video-conferencing and other collaborative applications.
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 ZU860 to be controlled across a network, keeping you in control, wherever you are.
3G-SDI (Serial Digital Interface) is used for transmission of uncompressed, unencrypted digital video signals at a data rate of 2.97Gbit/s. The bitrate can support 1080p/60p Full HD video via one single coaxial cable up to 100 meters, which reduces the set-up complexity in live events or staging shows.
Uncompromised, uncompressed Full HD video, audio, network and control commands all delivered on a single CAT- type cable capable up to 100 meters/328 feet without signal loss makes installation hassle-free. HDBaseT simplifies cabling requirements and reduces installation complexity saving both time and reducing costs.
3D Sync In & Out
Flexibility for projects with complex 3D set up to ensure the projectors and the 3D shutter glasses are in sync.
Constant Power Mode
There are 100 adjustable steps to control the laser power from 30%~100%. It means the brightness can dim to 30% of full brightness if the application requires.
Constant Luminance Mode
There are 100 adjustable steps to control brightness from 30%~100%. Brightness can be kept constant at your desired level. It is a very useful features for multiple projectors used to create a huge image.
50% of original brightness.
Extreme black enables the laser diodes to completely turn off when a full black image frame is detected.
Full lens shift
Simplify installation with full lens shift, which provides a wider range of projector placement possibilities. This makes it easier to position the projector in your room and enables a wider range of screen size options.
The ZU860 is capable of memorizing the lens shift positions up to 5 sets. The ZU860 will move any lens that is installed to the saved positions. Zoom and focus might need to be separately adjusted when required.