Spectacular image quality, outstanding brightness and

ZU650
Spectacular image quality, outstanding
brightness and ultimate reliability
Lamp-less laser-phosphor light source
WUXGA 6,000 lumens
Extensive lens options
Lens shift
Exemplary service
Image quality
Reliability
Superb image quality is at the heart of every ProScene product design. At every step, commencing with the incredibly
All ProScene projectors are designed for continuous 24/7 operation. Only the most reliable,
reliable, high resolution WUXGA DLP® chip, where the image is initially created, via the laser-phosphor light source,
through to the precision optics to focus the image on screen, accuracy and integrity of the image are paramount.
ProScene chose DLP® technology for its image quality and unmatched reliability. The reflective nature of DLP®
micro-mirror technology provides highly efficient bright images with great contrast whilst maintaining precise colour
accuracy and natural, real-world colour reproduction. For demanding professional applications, the proven reliability
of DLP® technology makes it the obvious choice.
industry proven components are used to ensure superior reliability. This hard-earned “capability”
has been meticulously developed over a decade of designing and supporting millions of
projectors the world over. The dust-sealed, filter-free design prevents dust and dirt from affecting
the system – ensuring optimal image quality with minimal maintenance. ProScene customers can
therefore be confident that, as one of the most reliable projector brands in the industry today,
Optoma has a reputation for service excellence that is well deserved.
Better than Full HD resolution
WUXGA
Full HD
XGA
WXGA
Where detail really matters, the full
WUXGA (1920 x 1200) resolution
offers 15% more pixels than 1080p
and 60% more than SXGA+. This
enables unscaled Full HD video and
extra detail. Time code information
can be displayed onscreen at the
same time, perfect for soundtrack
recording & video editing where
precise timing can be critical.
Constant brightness
DLP® technology
Some installation applications such as control rooms, simulations
and museum exhibits do not require the full brightness of the
ZU650. In this case lowering the brightness can extend the
laser-phosphor light source life span and “constant brightness”
modes can be enabled to keep the brightness more consistent for
longer without the need for costly lamp changes.
DLP® technology from Texas Instruments® is widely recognised
and acclaimed for its unmatched reliability and long lasting image
performance. When combined with high brightness and native
contrast ratios, it becomes the obvious choice for demanding
applications. Independent testing has proven DLP® to be the most
reliable of projector technologies. Whilst other technologies may
show image quality decline after only a few thousand hours, DLP®
technology can remain unchanged over hundreds of thousands of
hours.
Lamp VS laser-phosphor
Laser-phosphor
Lamp based
Brightness
Lamp changes
Precision optics
Enhanced colour gamut
High quality glass optical elements maintain optimum sharpness
and focus uniformity over the entire image. The ProScene
insistence on uncompromising optical quality ensures extremely
low colour flare and chromatic aberration resulting in a crystal
clear, high contrast image.
The laser-phosphor light source provides benefits such as a sealed
mercury free optical design to prevent dust entering the projector,
minimal warm-up and cool-down time, and long life light source
operation of up to 20,000 hours with minimal maintenance.
Total cost of ownership
For demanding applications the total cost of ownership of
a projector is not in the purchase cost but in expensive
maintenance and service. ProScene projectors require very
little maintenance, have no user serviceable parts inside and no
filters that require periodic replacement. The result is low cost,
predictable service cycles, enabling planned down time to be
minimised.
We are so confident that the ZU650 image colour
quality will remain as good as the day you bought
it that Optoma will guarantee it for five years.
5
Flexibility
Flexibility
360° and portrait projection capability
ExtremeBlack
Projector security
To help meet the seemingly limitless challenges of ProAV
installations the ZU650 provides 5 lens options with motorised
zoom and focus to ensure you can get the image size you require.
Motorised lens shift helps you get the image exactly where you
want it.
Images can be projected over a full 360° range along the vertical
axis, including reproduction on a ceiling or floor. The projector can
also be placed in portrait mode for applications such as digital
signage or for tall thin projection areas.
In situations where only absolute darkness is good enough, the
ZU650 has an ExtremeBlack mode to provide total blackout.
Perfect for scene changes during live performances where
traditionally a mechanical shutter would be used.
The ZU650 features both Kensington lock and security bar for
enhanced theft prevention.
Flexibility
Installation flexibility
Edge blending controls
There are 5 optional lenses, all of
which can be easily adjusted via
motorised lens-shift, zoom and focus.
No two projectors are completely identical. When performing
complex, or even simple edge-blend projects using multiple
projectors, it can be difficult to achieve good results if the images
do not match. The ZU650 incorporates the following features
to ensure high quality and consistent results:
Custom ID colours
The ZU650 is available in Black as standard. However if your
project calls for a higher level of customisation, the ZU650
is available in any colour from the RAL colour space system.
Colour matching
Motorised lens shift
The ZU650 has a colour matching system, which combined with
accurate measurements can create seamless blends every time.
50%
Lens Position: Center
50%
15%
HDBaseT
HDBaseT simplifies cabling requirements and reduces installation
complexity saving both time and reducing costs.
15%
®
Brightness matching
The brightness of a projector will vary throughout its life. To
correctly match multiple units, the ZU650 has multiple light source
power options to achieve the correct matched brightness level.
Quick start-up and shutdown
The ZU650 features quick start-up and shutdown and reaches full
brightness quickly. To maximise energy saving it also includes a
‘pause projection’ feature where the light source can be completely
shut off. Unlike conventional lamp based projectors, the
laser-phosphor light source requires minimal cool-down time.
*Lens shift percentage is dependent on lens, see user manual for details
Lens options
Optoma model name
A15
A01
A02
A03
A13
Throw ratio (WUXGA)
0.75 ~ 0.95
0.95 ~ 1.22
1.22 ~ 1.53
1.52 ~ 2.92
2.90 ~ 5.50
Without
With
Please contact your local sales representative for more information.
Control
Lenses
Lens options
CERTIFIED
System integration control
Multiple ZU650 can be monitored over LAN and also provide the user with an email message alert in case an error occurs or a light source
fails or needs to be replaced, using Crestron RoomView. While the web browser interface and full support for Extron’s IP Link, AMX dynamic
device discovery and PJ-Link protocols, allow almost all aspects of the ZU650 to be controlled across a network, keeping you in control,
wherever you are.
Optoma model name
A15
A01
A02
A03
A13
Focal length (f) (mm)
11.11 ~ 14.06
14.03 ~ 17.95
18.07 ~ 22.59
22.56 ~ 42.87
42.60 ~ 80.90
F number
2.30 ~ 2.53
2.30 ~ 2.57
2.00 ~ 2.32
2.30 ~ 3.39
2.30 ~ 2.74
Focus spec (MTF)
67 lp/mm
67 lp/mm
47 lp/mm
67 lp/mm
67 lp/mm
Zoom range (ratio)
1.26x
1.28x
1.25x
1.9x
1.9x
Throw ratio (WUXGA)
0.75 ~ 0.95
0.95 ~ 1.22
1.22 ~ 1.53
1.52 ~ 2.92
2.90 ~ 5.50
Throw distance (m)
0.81 ~ 6.13
1.02 ~ 7.88
1.31 ~ 9.89
1.64 ~ 18.87
3.12 ~ 35.54
Motorised
Zoom & focus adjustment
50” ~ 300”
Projection image size
Throw distance chart
Global monitoring of all AV
devices
Track projector light source
usage
Email alerts and instant
notifications - help desk
requests, service reminders,
device failure or theft
Event scheduling
Ultimate control
Cut up to 30% from your energy bills using 24-hour automated power scheduling to ensure that projectors power off when not in use.
Diagonal image size
Image width
Image height
(Inch)
(m)
(m)
Min (m)
A15
Max (m)
Min (m)
Max (m)
Min (m)
Max (m)
Min (m)
Max (m)
Min (m)
Max (m)
50
60
70
80
100
120
200
250
300
1.08
1.29
1.51
1.72
2.15
2.58
4.31
5.38
6.46
0.67
0.81
0.94
1.08
1.35
1.62
2.69
3.37
4.04
0.81
0.97
1.13
1.29
1.62
1.94
3.23
4.04
4.85
1.02
1.23
1.43
1.64
2.05
2.46
4.09
5.12
6.14
1.02
1.23
1.43
1.64
2.05
2.46
4.09
5.12
6.14
1.31
1.58
1.84
2.10
2.63
3.15
5.26
6.57
7.88
1.31
1.58
1.84
2.10
2.63
3.15
5.26
6.57
7.88
1.65
1.98
2.31
2.64
3.30
3.95
6.59
8.24
9.89
1.36
1.63
1.90
2.17
2.72
3.26
5.43
6.79
6.79
2.61
3.13
3.65
4.18
5.22
6.26
10.44
13.05
13.05
2.97
3.56
4.15
4.75
5.93
7.12
11.87
14.84
17.80
5.63
6.75
7.88
9.00
11.25
13.51
22.51
28.14
33.76
For guide purposes only
Download Crestron RoomView® Express for free at
www.crestron.com/getroomview
Help alert
Schedule event
Real-time interactive help desk requests are sorted to come to
the top. The help desk then has the ability to respond with an
automatic message or instant message the room with exact
procedures.
RoomView Express makes scheduling of recurring or one time
events easy. Setting RoomView to automatically power down at
midnight throughout the week can save valuable light source life
and ensure security inside the facility.
Display power
Selected view by rooms, attributes or contacts
Check on/off status of display power and system power. View
a bar graph to monitor the percentage of available projector light
source usage and set an alert to notify the services department
when maintenance is needed.
RoomView Express gives you the ability to simultaneously view
more than 250 rooms from a single screen. Customise RoomView
to view by room name, locations and group.
Display usage
A visual indication of light source or service interval status.
Event log
Automatically generates log files, reports and charts to analyze ROI
and budget allocation. Track device usage, call statistics and user
history.
Backlight remote control and
projector keypad for easy operation
in the dark or poor light conditions
A01
A02
A03
A13
Dimensions
Labelling
Input / output connections
1.
HDBaseT
2.
Wired remote In
3.
Wired remote Out
4.
HDMI
5.
VGA / YPbPr
6.
VGA Out
7.
DVI-D
8.
Component video
9.
RS-232
1
2
3
8
4
5
9
6
10
7
11
12
10. Service port
11. Wireless adapter port.
USB power 500mA
12. RJ-45
13. Power socket
13
14. Power switch
Keypad
1.
Power
2.
Menu
3.
Exit
4.
Direction keys
5.
Enter
6.
Auto
7.
Input
8.
Lens
9.
Focus
1
4
2
3
4
5
6
7
10. Zoom
11. AV mute
8
9
10
11
14
Accessories
Technical specifications
Projector
Technology
Resolution
Brightness1
Aspect ratio
Dynamic contrast
ANSI contrast
Projection distance
Projected image size
1 x 0.67” DLP
WUXGA 1920 x 1200
6,000 centre lens (5,500 ANSI lumens)
16:10 native, 4:3 & 16:9 compatible
2,000,000:1 ExtremeBlack enabled (2000:1 full on/off)
250:1
0.81m to 35.54m (dependent upon lens)
50"~ 300" Diagonal 16:10 (dependent upon lens)
Light source
Light source expected lifetime2 (max hrs)
Shutter
Lens shift (motorised)
Lens zoom (motorised)
Lenses (no lens supplied as standard)
A15
A01
A02
A03
A13
Keystone correction
Uniformity
Laser-phosphor
20,000
ExtremeBlack
+/- 50% V, +/- 15% H (Dependant on lens - check user manual for details)
dependent upon lens
Optics
A powerful performer
Chameleon GB-200
Image blending and warping processor
• Powerful and intuitive blending and warping
• Black level adjustment
• Multi region colour correction
• Geometric correction for off-axis projection and stacking
• High resolution image blending (up to 1920 x 1200 per output)
• Dual channel output
0.75-0.95
0.95-1.22
1.22-1.53
1.52-2.92
2.90-5.50
Vertical and Horizontal +/- 20
(JBMA) 90%
Chameleon GB-200
Is a powerful and intuitive image blending and warping processor
that provides the ability to merge overlapping edges of two or more
projected images creating a seamless single image.
Connectivity
Inputs
Output
Control and communication
HDBaseT
HDMI
DVI-D
VGA
Component
VGA
USB-A power / wireless
RS232
LAN
Wired remote in
Wired remote out
USB service
General
OSD languages
Use manual languages
Environmental
Conformances
Security
Warranties
33dB
18Kg (without lens)
484 x 509 x 185mm without lens
100 - 240V, 50 - 60Hz
570W BRIGHT mode < 0.5W Standby mode
300W ECO mode < 0.5W Standby mode
1945
5 - 40oC, 0 - 750m, max. 85% humidity
Yes
Yes
0 - 750M, 5 - 40˚C
750M -1500M, 5 - 35˚C
1500 - 3000M, 5 - 30’C
English, French, German, Italian, Russian, Spanish, S-Chinese, Japanese, Korean
English, French, German, Italian, Russian, Spanish, S-Chinese, Japanese, Korean
RoHS and WEEE
CE, CB
Kensington Lock port, security bar
3 year standard
Cables
Other
AC power cable, VGA cable
Remote control with back-light and wired remote socket
Noise level3
Weight
Dimensions (W x D x H)
Power requirements
Power consumption
Heat dissipation (BTU/Hr)
Operating conditions
Portrait mode1
360˚ operation
Operating temperature
Supplied accessories
The outputs can be warped vertically and horizontally. Each
processor is equipped with two channels and are positioned inline
between the input source (PC) and the projector.
Optoma’ s Chameleon has the ability to pre-cut a single image to
form a seamless picture of up to a 2x2 projection array, making your
installation quicker and easier. More complex arrays are not a barrier
for the Chameleon, they can be done with the help of a multi output
graphic card.
Resolutions including 1080p and WUXGA are supported via
VGA, DVI and HDMI connections. Colour, black level and gamma
correction are engaged to compensate for the challenges faced
when blending projectors.
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