EPSON EB-W18 VIDEO PROJECTOR
The exceptional Epson EB-W18 LCD data projector offers colors that are three times clearer than other standard single-chip DLP projectors. With WXGA image resolution, 1.2x optical zoom and 3000 lumens quality, home users or small offices can be sure that their desired images will be displayed very pleasingly and clearly in rooms with different lighting levels.
Very high quality images, clear and vivid
<a href="https://daneshavaran.com/- Data projector Epson's EB-W18 LCD displays bright images with vivid and clear colors that are ideal for presenting presentations and animations, and is equipped with a contrast ratio of 10,000:1. With an HDMI input port, high-quality video and audio content is easily played with the quality you've come to expect from the world's leading projector manufacturer.
Color Light Output (CLO)
CLO is a very important way of measuring the projector's ability to emit colored light, which, like all Epson projectors, has the same amount of white and colored light output, which results in the production of clear images with vivid colors. For more information, please visit www.epson.eu/CLO
Thanks to the manual horizontal level adjustment switch (only in Epson products) and an automatic vertical angle correction switch, this projector can be installed and operated quickly and easily. No matter what angle the projector is placed on the screen, you can easily adjust the Epson EB-W18 data projector to see straight and correct images. Color Universal Design along with new LED colors and menu icons on the control panel have made this projector very easy to use.
Optional wireless connectivity allows you to easily and remotely stream content and files from a smart device without having to connect that device to the Epson EB-W18 data projector with a cable.
3LCD technology displays images with incredible detail, clarity, natural colors and exceptional gray range. 3LCD Technology was the name of the color projection technology used in the Epson TW-7200 data projector, this technology was invented by the Japanese company Epson in 1980 and was implemented in 1989.
Lumen is the unit of light flux measurement. Lumen is the amount of light emitted from a point source with the intensity of one candela (candle) inside a cone at an angle of one radian.
Image clarity or image resolution or image resolution in image science refers to the ability of a system to differentiate the details of an image in an image signal. Often this type of resolution depends on the size or smallness of the image pixels. It is also possible to measure the resolution of the image with one pair of lines per unit length.
HDMI or High Definition Multimedia Interface is the world's first independent port. Independent in the sense that you can get a full-color image plus sound in digital format with just one chip. This port has been designed and built with the participation of Sony, Panasonic, Philips, Hitachi, Silicon Image, Toshiba, and Thomson specialist companies. This port has been able to become an efficient and powerful port. In the years after the production, newer versions of this product were made. Today, it is used as the best port and generator of digital audio and video with very high transmission speed.
Contrast is a measure to detect the difference between the lightest and darkest colors that pass in front of the eyes in a moment. The higher the contrast, the clearer the screen is. In fact, it can be seen as a filter. This filter increases the ability to absorb and reflect light, does not put much pressure on the eyes. It also shows the amount of e-tone or the difference between the black and white theme. In simpler words, it can be said that the higher the color contrast, the higher the image quality.
USB (in English USB and Universal Serial Bus) is a serial bus standard in the field of information technology. This device is used to create an intermediary between devices and computers. This bus was developed in order to provide a way to connect a large number of peripheral hardware through a standard interface port, as well as to improve connection and performance capabilities. This protocol is presented in three versions: 1.1, 2.1, 3.0.
The VGA (D-Sub) port is a 15-pin port that was designed and standardized by IBM in 1987. This port is used to transfer images from the computer to devices such as monitors, data projectors, televisions, etc. (D-Sub is also known as DE-15.
DVI stands for Digital Video Interface and is one of the highest quality types of connections. By using this port, you will not have any loss of image quality. This digital connection of images can be connected to systems that have HDMI output only with the help of an adapter. It can also be used to connect the TV to the computer, for which a special cable including a multi-pin socket is needed.
Hard Disk (HDD)
A hard disk is a device with one or more flexible plates whose surface is coated with a material on which data can be magnetically recorded. In addition to the mentioned pages, this device contains the read and write heads, the mechanism for determining the location of the head and the motor, which is placed in a container to protect it from external contamination. Today, the average capacity of hard disks is around 2 TB.
is a registered trademark of Wi-Fi Union. This association awards products that are approved by this association to work in a wireless local area network under the IEEE802.11 standard. With the "Wi-Fi" union technology, a connection with more power than Bluetooth is established. Wi-Fi communication emphasizes more on the basis of wireless internet connection. This has made it very popular.