ESP LED Projectors

Professional Projectors of the eyevis ESP series with new LED technology

ESP projector
(PresseBox) ( Reutlingen, )
Compared with traditional UHP lamp system, the eyevis LED system provides optimal spectral distribution of light. Thanks to the clear, non-overlapping representation of the primary colors red, green, and blue, the ESP LED Projectors allow brilliant color representation of the complete color range.

Through the optimised LED light source, a remarkably wider colour range can be achieved compared with traditional lamp systems. This allows a realistic colour representation that could not yet be reached with lamp-based systems.

A newly developed control of the LEDs enables independent adjustment of the individual primary colours. This results in infinitely variable dimming of the projector. Hence illuminate and colour temperature can be accurately adjusted to match any conditions. This process does not affect the signal data, and the colour depth remains unaltered.
The life-time of the LED illumination lasts more than 60,000 hrs (MTBF). Used in 24/7 operation this equals a period of almost six years. Operated ten hours on working days only, the expected life-time would be about 18 to 20 years. This long life-time of the LEDs allows cost-effective and eco-friendly operation since no bulbs containing harmful materials have to be replaced.

With LED technology no colour wheels or UV filters are needed in the optical light path. This reduces maintenance works to a minimum.

Of course, our ESP projectors are also available with conventional UHP lamps.
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