Ultra Short-Throw Lens Outfits State-of-the-Art Laser Projectors

Epson introduces the ELPLX02 Ultra Short-Throw Lens for 12K lumen and higher Pro L1000-Series laser large venue projectors. With a 0.35 throw ratio, negative offset and extensive lens shift range, the ELPLX02 facilitates easy installation and positioning flexibility.

 

TheELPLX02 lens joins the ELPLX01 to provide an ultra-short-throw lens solution for the entire line of Pro L1000-Series projectors. Both lenses provide an extensive lens shift range. While the ELPLX01 lens provides zero offset, the new ELPLX02 provides a negative offset with vertical lens shift from +45 to +70 percent and horizontal lens shift from -15 to +15 percent. The ELPLX02 ultra short-throw lens is available now through authorized resellers for $13,999. Visit Epson if you require further intelligence.

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