Advanced connectivity features mean convenient and hassle-free projections of your presentations. With a wide-ranging interface, these projections not only correspond with multiple conventional analogue sources, they are also compatible with HDMI input. In addition, one of the two HDMI input terminals is MHL-enabled for the mirroring of Android mobile devices.
Simply connect your MHL-compatible device with the MHL cable to fully enjoy your contents on the big screen. What’s more, when connected, you can charge your Android mobile devices and operate it using the projector’s remote control.
With the iProjection application for both iOS and Android, wireless projection from a smart device is possible. This feature supports various files and allows you to present your smartphone contents with ease. It also lets you use other touch-screen operations, such as flicking to turn pages and pinching to zoom in or out.
Split screen allows inputs from two separate sources to be displayed side by side on the same screen. In a video conference, for example, images of presentation materials and remote participants can be shown simultaneously.
With Epson’s network monitoring and control software, you can see from a single PC which projectors are available and whether they are running efficiently – even across the biggest networks. You can configure your projectors and access their serial numbers remotely, as well as receive instant email alerts for pre-defined critical indicators such as non-functioning devices or overheating lamps. Each projector’s serial number can also be accessed remotely via LAN/serial connection