Epson adds 4K to new ultra-lightweight high-lumens 3LCD projector range

Epson adds 4K to new ultra-lightweight high-lumens 3LCD projector range

World’s smallest and lightest 4K 10,000 and 20,000 lumens projectors


Epson, the leading global projector brand [1], and market leader in Pro Displays across EMEA [2], has added 4K resolution to its newest generation of compact, efficient and ultra-lightweight high-lumens 3LCD projectors. The new EB-PQ2000 projector series is on show at stand 3J100 at ISE this year (31 Jan – 3 Feb).

The new 4K EB-PQ2000 series builds on the success of Epson’s PU2200 range of high lumens 3LCD projectors which are 60% smaller and 50% lighter than their predecessor (EB-L20000U), offering significant size and weight advantages, as well as easy installation and set-up, simplified maintenance, exceptional image quality and eco-advantages.

Epson’s latest 4K technology has combined its patented, state-of-the-art 4K Crystal Motion, panel thermo-control and double micro-lens array technologies to achieve optimal clarity.

The new range offers custom built 4K graphic processing, with the latest chipset providing significant improvements in operating frequency, memory bandwidth and data transmission for a seamless 4K experience.

The EB-PQ2000 series also offers additional versatility and is compatible with the ELPEC01 optional camera unit, which provides the benefit of upgraded assistance techniques, such as built-in simple stacking and blending. In addition, Epson’s free EPPT software gives the user access to even more features, including geometric correction, colour calibration and multi-projection assistance tools.

Each projector in the EB-PQ2000 Series is supplied as ‘body only’, without a lens, giving the user the option to design and build the best, most optimal projection solution for the right application using Epson’s existing range of 4K high quality lenses without a change in throw ratios.

In a time of increasing energy and logistics costs, the range offers significant environmental benefits including lower power consumption, significantly reduced packaging requirements with a lower carbon footprint as the reduced weight and size means the projectors are easier to store, transport and install, saving on warehouse space as well as labour and delivery costs.

All models in the range include functionality that enables simple installation, stacking, lens flexibility and control. The range includes in-built processing for PC-free stacking and blending which means two supported projectors can be stacked to double the brightness or blended to specific aspect ratios without need of external computerware. Additional features include NFC functionality for simpler installation, enabling communication between projectors and NFC-compatible smartphones, even when the projector is off.

“We are truly excited to announce our new generation of 4K ultra-lightweight, compact, high lumens projectors”, adds Massimo Pizzocri, Vice President Video Projector Sales & Marketing Division at Epson. “Epson projectors have become the industry benchmark for quality and flexibility, not only saving installation time and shipment costs but also reducing environmental impact for the important and growing 10k and 20k lumens market segment.” 

“As the world’s leading projector manufacturer, we have listened very closely to our customers and we believe this new series of projectors answers the market need for more compact, space-saving, lighter, reliable and versatile high lumens display solutions.”


Epson in projection

Epson is the world’s leading manufacturer of projectors with over a third share of the global projector market. It specialises in manufacturing compact, versatile, high brightness 3LCD laser projection technology for homes, offices, schools, retailers and for large-scale installations in entertainment venues, museums, galleries, outdoor events and visitor attractions.

Epson high lumens laser projectors are used to create immersive and interactive experiential environments at major venues and visitor attractions across the world. Recent examples of Epson’s AV technology in use include the Electric Forest Music Festival in America, the TeamLab Borderless installation in Shanghai and the international Festival of Lights in Europe.

Epson AV technology can be found impacting the productivity of classrooms and other learning environments across the world, enhancing the retail experience, and helping a range of industry sectors with remote assistance capabilities.


[2]2020, 6,000 lumen and above, Futuresource Consulting – Quarterly Projector Market Insights – Worldwide Analyzer CY21Q2

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About Epson

Epson is a global technology leader dedicated to co-creating sustainability and enriching communities by leveraging its efficient, compact, and precision technologies and digital technologies to connect people, things, and information. The company is focused on solving societal issues through innovations in home and office printing, commercial and industrial printing, manufacturing, visual and lifestyle. Epson will become carbon negative and eliminate use of exhaustible underground resources such as oil and metal by 2050.

Led by the Japan-based Seiko Epson Corporation, the worldwide Epson Group generates annual sales of around JPY 1 trillion.

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