Epson PowerLite 530 Short Throw Projector – for SMART

The short-throw Epson PowerLite 530 3LCD Projector for SMART is ideal for classroom settings, rear projection, and other installations where the projector needs to be placed very close to the screen. For example, with a 28″ throw distance, it will produce a 106″-diagonal image. The 3LCD imaging device features an XGA (1024 x 768) native resolution, and is backed up by a lamp producing a brightness of 3200 lumens in its brightest setting. In addition to XGA, the projector can scale a range of non-native resolutions from SD (480p) up to UXGA (1600 x 1200).

Compatible with SMART Board M680 and 880 interactive whiteboards, the PowerLite 530 short-throw XGA projector for SMART supports the SMART Extended Control Panel. Pair it with a SMART Board (sold separately) featuring SMART Notebook® software and SMART Ink™ tools for an integrated solution. Delivering 3x Higher Color Brightness than competitive models, Epson® 3LCD projectors ensure vivid images. Offering 3200 lumens of color brightness and 3200 lumens of white brightness, the PowerLite 530 projects images from as close as 34″. Its long-lasting lamps ensure a low total cost of ownership. And, Moderator software allows instructors to wirelessly share5 work from multiple devices, simultaneously.

In addition to device connection, the Ethernet port means the projector can be managed remotely – which helps reduce IT administration costs by enabling centralized control. A CD with management software is included. Additionally, RS-232 means the projector can be integrated with automation systems such as Crestron. Finally, an IR remote is included for local control of the projector. When connected to a computer through USB, the remote can also serve as a presentation mouse – for example, by changing slides in PowerPoint documents.

Short Throw Design
A 0.54:1 throw ratio means, for example, that this projector can throw a 100″-wide image when placed 54″ from the screen. This is considered a short-throw projector – ideal for classrooms, rear projection, and other installations where the projector has to be placed near the screen
3200 Lumens Lamp
A single lamp provides 3200 lumens brightness in Normal mode, and is estimated to last 5000 hours (up to 10,000 hours if continually used in the low-brightness ECO mode). To determine the ideal brightness level for your application, you will need to take into account the screen width, distance from the projector to the screen (throw distance), amount of ambient light near the screen, and the reflectivity (gain) of the screen surface used
4:3 Native Aspect Ratio
This projector features the XGA format, which produces a 4:3 aspect ratio picture optimal for PowerPoint presentations and many still image formats. The wider 16:9 HDTV and 16:10 computer aspect ratios can still be displayed – either by cropping the sides of the image, “letterboxing” (filling the remaining space with black bars top and bottom), or applying an anamorphic squeeze, which distorts the picture
USB Connectivity
There are two USB ports, a type-A female and a type-B female. Between them, you can project from a flash drive or other USB storage device, connect a USB document camera, use the projector remote as a presentation mouse, and project from a computer using USB. You can also use the type-A port to connect Epson’s optional Wi-Fi dongle
Moderator Function and BYOD Support
Multi-PC projection and Moderator function allows up to 50 devices to connect over a network to share content to the projector – making this a true bring your own device (BYOD) solution. Up to four devices can project simultaneously
Optional Wi-Fi Dongle
In addition to the built-in Ethernet port, wireless connectivity is possible when using Epson’s Wi-Fi dongle (V12H005M09, available separately). To project wirelessly, use the Epson iProjection App for iOS and Android, or a Windows computer with Wi-Fi
16W Speaker and Microphone Input
For standalone usage where no separate sound system is available, the PowerLite 530 features a built-in 16-watt speaker. A microphone input means the presenter can patch their mic directly into the projector, rather than using the mic input on a computer or document camera
Pre-Set Templates
Choose from four pre-set templates or create a custom template to project lines or grids onto whiteboards or chalkboards
Quick Corner
This digital correction feature allows you to move any of the four corners of an image independently at setup, to adjust each corner for a perfectly rectangular picture, even when the projector is not squarely aligned with the screen
Closed Captioning Support
Built-in closed captioning helps educational institutions meet ADA 508 requirements for students with hearing impairments

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