The school installed the Optoma ProScene W505 with a standard lens. Ideal for halls, lecture theatres or large meeting rooms, this 5,200-lumen projector with WXGA resolution and powerful image blending tools delivers spectacular image quality and outstanding brightness.
It features DLP® technology, pioneered by Texas Instruments, which produces high quality imagery that does not suffer colour degradation over time, as sometimes experienced in other projector technologies. The dust-sealed, filter free design prevents dust and dirt from affecting the system ensuring optimal image quality with minimal maintenance and ultimate reliability.
Des Taylor, Headteacher at Chambersbury Primary School, said: Reliability and cost were key considerations for us as was the image quality.”
The W505 has five lens options, with zoom and focus adjustment to get the exact image size needed, while the wide lens shift range and off axis short throw lens option gets the image exactly where it is wanted.
With full support for Crestron, Extron, AMX, PJ-Link and Telnet LAN commands, the projector can be controlled and monitored remotely over a LAN. It also has a DICOM simulation mode which is tuned for greyscale images and perfect for viewing X-rays and scans during medical training.
The projector was connected to an input wall plate that has VGA, HDMI and composite inputs ensuring connectivity to all sources the school would need. Speakers around the hall are connected using the audio output and the imagery is projected onto a 3m wide electric screen.