EPSON EB-L510U PROJECTOR
- Lumens: 5000
- Resolution (Native): WUXGA 1920 x 1200
- Throw Ratio: 1.35-2.20
- Contrast: 2500000
- Technology: LASER-LCD
- HDMI Inputs: 2
- Lamp Life (Est.): 30000
- SKU: V11H903041
- EAN: 8715946661599
As this is a high end projector, stock will be delivered within 2-5 days.
Epson projectors are a brilliant; they offer reliability, great after care and quality. The Epson EB-L510U is an ultra-high end installation projector that’s easy to install and includes the super high WUXGA r ... Read more
As this is a high end projector, stock will be delivered within 2-5 days.
Epson projectors are a brilliant; they offer reliability, great after care and quality. The Epson EB-L510U is an ultra-high end installation projector that’s easy to install and includes the super high WUXGA resolution which is higher than Full HD so you can guarantee pure clarity.
Just Projectors review of the Epson EB-L510U
The super high resolution is WUXGA which is actually higher than 1080p Full HD. It will give you great clarity throughout the day and will be suitable for anything you project from basic data to detailed photographs to Bly Ray movies. The high brightness of 5,000 lumens will leave you in no trouble in being able to project anywhere to a large audience. This is an installation projector so give us a call if you need help with installing this as we offer this service throughout the UK. The vertical and horizontal keystone comes in handy if it is off centre so you can still get the image in the middle of the screen. You will be able to connect easily with the inputs, which includes HDMI, HDBaseT and USB. The long light source of 30,000 hours will give you the confidence that they lamp will not go mid-presentation. There are quite a few advanced features such as DICOM simulation mode for medical training that make this projector magnificent. If you are interested in the projector, why don't you give us a call and see if there is anything we can do on the price for you. Check out the PDF on the left hand side for more detail.
What Epson say about the EB-L510U
The EB-L510U is an entry-level laser projector and the ideal replacement for existing lamp-based models in meeting rooms and educational establishments. It offers outstanding 5,000-lumen brightness, Full HD WUXGA resolution, and a range of great features including HDBaseT, HDMI connectivity and lens shift.
The EB-L510U offers impressive 5,000-lumen brightness and WUXGA Full HD resolution at an affordable price, meaning you can upgrade to laser performance and reliability without paying a premium. Pin-sharp image quality and equally high White and Colour Light Output give your presentations impact, even in brightly-lit rooms.
This projector offers a range of handy connectivity features, including HDBaseT for straightforward wired connection over a single cable, plus HDMI.
The EB-L510U is based around Epson's proven laser technology, which offers fit and forget reliability to keep maintenance to a minimum. The projector is covered by a five-year, 12,000-hour warranty.
Lens shift and a smaller, lighter casing than products of similar brightness¹ makes it easy to replace existing units with the EB-L510U, while laser technology means these projectors can be mounted at and project from any angle, making them ideal for any scenario.
A fresh, new casing design means that the EB-L510U will look completely at home in even the most style-conscious of new developments. It also comes with a matching rear cover to conceal leads and connectors, for a streamlined look.
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|Resolution (Native)||WUXGA 1920 x 1200|
|Lamp Life (Est.)||30000|
High WUXGA Resolution
DICOM Simulation Mode
10W Integrated Speaker
Ideal for large venues
Delivery Rates to mainland UK - (excluding large screens and Touch Screens
Delivery is to ground floor, if you have special delivery instructions you must contact us to ensure that we can have the best chance of success in delivering the item. We required items to be signed for.
Working Delivery dates are Monday to Friday unless Saturday delivery is selected.
- 7-10 weeking days delivery is free of charge
- 2-3 Days £8 + vat
- Next Day £12 + vat - if ordered before cut off
- Saturday £35 + vat - Be careful choosing this option, it has he highest incidence of failure with all couriers.
Delivery cut off is 4pm on most items - earlier time exceptions are Metroplan screen, large items, items requiring a pallet. If you order after 4pm then the order is processed the next day, that means if you ordered Tuesday at 8pm at night, the next day delivery option is Thursday as the order is processed on the Wednesday.
Delivery Rates to non-mainland UK + Eire - (excluding large screens and Touch Screens)
Non Mainland and the Highlands and Islands- this includes the Isle of Wight, any thing that goes over water that does not have road access. These rates are determined by couriers based on postcode. If there are multiple items then we may need to quote you for delivery.
2-3 Days £35 + vat
Large Screens +3m wide & Touch Screen
By Quotation - they might not be able to be next day as specialised couriers are often required.
Goods Reported Faulty Within 28 Days of Receipt.
If you have a faulty item and are reporting the fault within 28 days of receipt (please note that for business customers, this is 14 days). When the goods are returned to us complete, we’ll issue a full refund to you via your original payment method.We will try and ensure that there is a fault, that often requires is running diagnostics or getting the manufacturer to speak to you directly to determine whether there is a genuine fault rather than just a set up error.
Goods Damaged in Transit.
If your goods were damaged in transit it must be reported to us within 3 days. If goods are visibly damaged on receipt the delivery note must be marked accordingly. Once the damaged goods have been collected and received back into our warehouse, we’ll issue a refund via your original payment method. We will require pictures of the damage.
Consumers - If You Have Changed Your Mind – this is for personal use not business or organisations
If you are a private consumer and have changed your mind as long as the goods have not been in your possession for over 14 days, and the item can be sold again as new, then you are entitled to return the goods to us. If the item you are returning is a Projector, the lamp hours used must not have exceeded 3 hours otherwise a restocking fee will be applied. The cost of returning items is the responsibility of the customer. As new means in original packaging with complete accessory packs and manuals. If any item is marked/damaged, including the packing, there may be a restocking fee. Please contact us directly before sending any goods back to obtain an RMA number without this there may be a delay in dealing with your return. If you purchased for a company, or an organisation you are not deemed a Consumer by law.
Buying a conference room sized projector is a large investment so it is important to find the best projector to suit your specific requirements. Here is a quick guide to getting the best conference room projector.
Firstly you hare a large audience so depending on how they are seated really depends on the brightness of the projector you are going to need. For instance if there are 200 people in 5 rows of 40 or 200 people in 20 rows of 10, clearly under the second example the people at the back of 20 rows are going to find it harder to see the image if the screen is too small. So you have to decide on your image size. Here are some sensible image sizes for certain audiences
3m - up to 100 people 4m - up to 200 People 5m - up to 300 people
Now you know your image size then you have to consider how far back you need to place the projector. A general rule of thumb on a standard lens projector is working on the basis of twice the distance back of the image width, so for the examples above the conference room projector would be placed 6m/8m/10m. If you need to be either further back or closer then you would probably have to buy what is known as a body only projector and then choose the additional lens which would give you the right throw ratio. This is a more expensive option as the additional lenses tend to be anything from £600-£2000. So it does make sense to try and have a set up for your conference that gives you the most cost effective solution. We really do suggest that buying on-line without having purchased a high end projector before might be better to ring one of our sales experts who will be able to save you money.
Depending on what you are intending to display and the quality you require does mean that there are several choices of resolution. If you are showing a basic Powerpoint presentation or spreadsheets then the choice would be either XGA or the wider version of XGA known as WXGA. If you are showing video content or HD content then 1080p which are full HD is popular as the quality is very good but they do tend not to have high lumens basically limited to 4000L so it may well be that it makes sense to go to the next resolution WUXGA which have more lumens.
Brightness which is measured as lumens is more important for a conference room projector than a standard projector because they will need to be bright. Nothing less than 4000L will do but again this is a specialised requirement and you should ask for help.We have found that the "5 Series" of Infocus offer probably the best value and other good conference room projector brands are Panasonic & NEC as they both have a large range to choose from. If you want the WUXGA resolution then Canon are the best choice but they a bit pricey for most budgets. At the bottom of each page there is a more detailed guide about what to look for on a projector.
We provide advice on the phone listening to your requirements we are able to help you get the right one as we have trained staff . We have a network of installers to cover your area. On higher end models we can arrange a loan or demo. We think most people should buy HD resolution , they are so affordable now and you wouldn't buy a 5 year old laptop so why buy SVGA which is over 20 years old. Yes XGA & WXGA are ideal for simple presentations and education use but we have all been use to decent home TV's or high resolution phones or tables so why put a huge image on the wall/screen which is inferior. There are some great brands out there BenQ, Infocus, Epson and less known ones like EIKI or Vivitek. Yes you can buy the wrong one, this is why we still offer advice rather than just an add to cart website. We have a price promise, we see the models, we often put one against another and see which one is best. We only buy UK stock,which has higher warranty standards to ensure you get real value for money. We don't sell the cheap brands as the lumens isn't verified. Look at our name it tells you that we are committed to this product and we have a great reputation in the market place for price and customer service. We supply the UK but also in Ireland, we offer a 1-3 day service to Ireland.
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