Bright and Colorful
Features 3400 lumens of color brightness (color light output)1
and 3400 lumens of white brightness (white light output)1
High-definition 1280 x 800 widescreen resolution
Make almost any smooth, lightly-colored surface interactive with BrightLink solutions.
Annotate and interact with projected images, using the interactive pen.
Multi-PC projection and Moderator function allows up to 50 devices to connect over a network and then select up to 4 to project simultaneously.Short-Throw Projector
Can be mounted only 28 inches away from the board, and the projected image can get as large as 113" diagonal with no shadow interference (using the optional wall mount)
With a short 0.48:1 throw ratio, theBrightLink 536Wi Interactive WXGA 3LCD ProjectorfromEpsonis optimized for classroom and small auditorium installations where the projector needs to be placed close to the screen or whiteboard. Interactive functionality is built in and an interactive pen for virtual annotation is included to get you started. The projector features a 3400 lumens brightness, which means it can be used with a fair amount of ambient light present in the room. Its WXGA (1280 x 800) native resolution and 16:10 aspect ratio make it adaptable to PowerPoint slides and HD video content alike.
To facilitate connection to a diverse range of devices, a number of digital and analog connectors are provided. For direct connection with computers that have digital output, tablets, Blu-ray players, and other HDTV equipment there is an HDMI port. For analog-output computers and many existing integrated A/V systems, there are two VGA inputs plus a single VGA output that loops through the selected incoming signal. For legacy video equipment there is S-video plus composite video, and a total of three analog audio inputs are provided. A built-in 16-watt speaker enables using the projector where no separate sound system is available, and a mic input means the presenter can take advantage of amplified sound as well. Ethernet allows remote projection from up to 50 computers on the network and facilitates centralized management. There is also a separately available Wi-Fi dongle so speakers - or even audience members - can conveniently link up and project from their personal devices without having to fiddle with HDMI or video cables.