Epson projectors guarantees the best picture quality. They offer secure, reliable and safe projectors and projector bulbs.
Why Choose Epson
Projectors have been around for a number of years and no company does projectors quite like the #1 top selling projector manufacturer. Epson projectors and displays have outstanding image quality that enhance communication, inspire collaboration and offer a low total cost of ownership with excellent reliability and service.
When you decide to purchase an Epson product, you are investing in the very best in projection technology from one of the leading manufacturer in the world.
Epson for School and Business.
Bring greater clarity and collaboration to your school or business with Epson projectors, designed to fit your budget while supporting today’s learning needs, including wireless mobility and low cost of ownership.
Today’s ever changing educational and professional needs call for intelligent, easy-to-use technology that will inspire new ways of thinking. Epson have almost 50 years experience developing groundbreaking education tools to help engage students and professionals, promote collaboration and support faculty and administrators. Epson offer cost-effective, reliable and versatile technology solutions that will help you shape your curriculum and drive the future of education.
Whether you’re searching for state-of-the-art interactive displays, classroom projectors, or visual solutions for larger rooms and venues, Epson offers a comprehensive lineup of displays and projectors that are designed to connect students, teachers and employees in ways never before imagined.
If you’re thinking of upgrading your school or busienss, or to book a consultation, contact us today @ [email protected] .Call us on +353 89 256 4479.
Projectors can provide functionality for every member of the family. They can even temporarily transform spaces of your home into something entirely different and create memorable moments for you, your family and friends.
Many people envision projectors as huge clunky grey boxes with a blurry picture and minimal functions, but todays projectors could not be farther from this. Projectors these days are sleek, small and extremely high quality pieces of technology that are used in almost all businesses to communicate globally with customers.
Projectors can help businesses reach potential and existing customers in a personal and professional way. This is essential with businesses looking to grow and interact with customers based abroad. It cuts out the need to send impersonal emails or phone calls. Faces can be put to names, and business can become more meaningful and intimate helping to grow relationships and trust.
Learn About the Benefits of Leasing Your School’s Technology.
Leasing school technology and leasing products in general, is a conversation that we have every day, so let’s have a look at the benefits of leasing office equipment.
We are often asked: how much does it cost to buy X shredder, Y printer, Z projector. Our response: why do you want to buy it? Would you not consider leasing the machine or device? Purchasing assets and equipment is a business necessity and can be a very expensive venture; leasing offers many advantages to your school. (more…)
Let’s Turn Our Focus to the Epson EB-530.
This is definitely one of our bestsellers here in Highline Office Technology: the Epson EB-530. It’s the ultra-bright short-throw projector known for its reliable performance.
Ultra-bright and easy to use, the PowerLite 530 short-throw projector offers incredible performance for inspiring classroom lessons. Delivering three times the colour brightness when compared to competitive models, the Epson® 3LCD projectors ensure vivid images. Featuring 3200 lumens of colour brightness and 3200 lumens of white brightness, the 530 shines – even in sunny rooms.
The classy little projector will project images up to 108″ from 4′ away with minimal shadows or glare. The Epson EB-530 utilises low-cost, long-lasting lamps, thus ensuring a low total cost of ownership. It also features a flexible installation. Moderator device management software allows instructors to wirelessly share students’ work from multiple devices, simultaneously – including computers, iOS® and Android™ devices.
3x Brighter Colours with Epson*
Brilliant image quality requires high colour brightness. Epson 3LCD projectors have 3x Brighter Colours than leading competitive projectors*. Delivering 3200 lumens of colour brightness and 3200 lumens of white brightness, the PowerLite 530 uses 3LCD, 3-chip technology for brilliant images with true-to-life colour and boasts a native resolution of 1024 x 768 XGA.
If you are seeking a new projector for your school or office, and you’re not sure what projector is right for you, then why not read our blog on Long Throw v Short Throw Projectors.
Display Sizes for Classroom Projectors
Projectors and interactive projectors come in different sizes and ranges, so it’s so important to get the right size. Display size matters! It impacts on the engagement, visibility from the back of the room and collaborative results amongst the students. Epson has developed a nifty guide to help work out what is the right size projector or display for the area that you propose for installation. Check out Display Size Matters for more details.
Book a Consultation Today
If your office, school or training centre is upgrading, refurbing or expanding, book a consultation with the Highline Office Technology team to work on the best strategy and solution to fit your projector requirements. Our team will do a full assessment in conjunction with you. If you are looking to install four or more devices, we can arrange for an on-site demo in your school.
Light Me Up is accredited Epson projector and interactive projector installer.
Sale and lease options are available for all new projectors.
XGA vs WXGA Projector Resolutions. What’s the Difference?
Resolution is a crucial aspect of the projector selection process. You will either want a basic projector for general office/classroom powerpoint presentations, or you will want a top of the line HD projector for movie viewing or gaming in the comfort of your home. The resolution you choose will depend on what you plan to use the projector for.
What is Projector Resolution?
Projector resolution is the effective number of pixels that a projector can render. Picture elements, also known as pixels, are the individual microscopic dots that make up the final projected image. The aspect ratio refers to the amount of horizontal and vertical pixels, which in turn reflects the sizes and dimensions of the projected image. XGA (Extended Graphics Array) and WXGA (Wide Extended Graphics Array) are the most commonly used by most projectors these days.
Extended Graphics Array
XGA has an aspect ratio of 4:3, this resolution offers an effective resolution of 1024 by 768 pixels, which equals to 786,000 pixels being rendered at any given time which results in an even sharper image and great detail. Usually, the higher the number of total pixels in any given resolution, the clearer the overall projected image will be.
Wide Extended Graphics Array
WXGA carries a resolution of 1280 by 800 pixels, the WXGA resolution results in a much wider aspect ratio of 16:10, this means that the horizontal pixels make up twice the vertical pixels. The WXGA is the most commonly used resolution in many entry-level projectors these days, this is due to its clearer detailed images and very enticing price tag. The resolution for the WXGA equals 1,024,000 pixels.
Which Resolution is Right for Your Projector?
The number of resolutions a projector can display will also reflect on its price which is helpful when trying to decide which projector suits your needs. Paying more for a higher resolution projector may pay off if you need to display higher-end graphics, but entry to mid-level projector will offer a cost advantage while being able to do the job you need it to do.
Each company will have different needs and different budgets, so it is important to point out that both projectors types are great, so the decision is up to you.
Alternatively, we would be happy to assist you in your decision in any way we can, and if you can’t find what you’re looking for here, just ask! We are always expanding our range.
If you are unsure of what bulb you need, we also offer a bulb selecting service you can avail of by clicking here. We offer a next day delivery on many of the bulbs in our shop, but if the one you need, isn’t listed or isn’t listed for next day delivery, just let us know and we’ll order it in especially for you.
Contact us today on [email protected] or call us on 01 4097034 for more details and for a quotation.
Lightmeup.ie are premier stockists of Epson projectors, visualisers and a range of high quality original and compatible bulbs, including Epson, Sanyo, Hitachi, Promethean and many more.
For details contact: mailto:[email protected] or call 01 4097034. www.lightmeup.ie
Are Lumens Important? The short answer is yes.
In fact, lumens are pretty important. Whether you need a projector for your home, office or school, there are many factors that should be considered before purchasing a projector; one of the main factors being lumens.
Projector lumens will always be listed in the projector specs, and to put things simply, the more lumens a projector produces, the brighter the image will be. It also means that the days of making a classroom or office pitch black before starting a projector are long gone, as the projector should be bright enough to project a perfect image in daylight.
What are Lumens?
Lumens are a way to measure brightness from light sources, so the more lumens a projector has, the brighter the light is. To help you better understand, below are some rough examples of lumens in other light sources:
- Candles – 13 lumens
- Average sunset – 400 lumens
- Car headlight – 1000 lumens
- 100 watt light bulb – 1600 lumens
- Projectors – these range from 500 lumens to 10,000 lumens
Do Lumens Matter?
As you can probably tell by now, lumens are one of the most important factors you need to consider before purchasing a projector. The brighter the projector is, the less dark or ambient light will matter with regards to picture quality. It also means you can place the projector as far away from the projector screen as desired.
Here is a rough guide of what can work when you have to choose a projector for different spaces.
- To use a projector in a living room with the lights off, you would need approximately 1,500 lumens to 2,000 lumens.
- To use a projector in an office or a small classroom with dimmed lights, you would need approximately 3,000 lumens. If it’s in a hall or larger area, then a 5/6/7/8k lumens projector could be the best choice.
- A movie theatre would need massive 20,000 lumens.
If you are unsure of what projector and lumens to choose for your space, it’s a good idea to get a specialist in projector installations to do a thorough site survey to assess the space, perhaps measure it out and to discuss what you need to achieve from your projector. A specialist will look at the full layout, stress test the walls and ceilings and advise on what the best mount, be it wall or ceiling, is best for space.
How Lumens Can Decrease Over Time
For projectors, the light source is within the bulb of the lamp. The bulb is of key importance to the amount of brightness a projector produces, and over time the brightness of the bulb will slowly decline and a replacement bulb can be bought to give the projector its lease of life back.
Light Me Up offers replacement bulbs for almost all projectors, and if you can’t find what you’re looking for, just ask! We are always expanding our range.
If you are unsure of what bulb you need, we also offer a bulb selecting service you can avail of by clicking here.
Lightmeup.ie are premier stockists of Epson projectors and a range of high quality original and compatible bulbs, including Epson, Sanyo, Hitachi, Promethean and many more. For details contact: [email protected] or call 01 4097034. www.lightmeup.ie
Do I Really Need a Projector Screen?
If you’re asking this question, you’ve probably already purchased a projector and are trying to figure out if it’s worth it to now spend more money on a projector screen.
When you purchase the latest Epson interactive display before 30.09.2018, you can trade in your old Epson projector and receive €100 cashback.
What’s more, is that you can also trade in your interactive whiteboard at the same time to receive an additional €100 cashback, OR, you can trade in your old interactive touch screen (50” and above) and you can receive up to €200 cashback. (more…)
Long throw versus Short throw Projectors: Before we get into things, it is important to note what ‘short throw’ actually means. ‘Throw’ refers to the distance between the projector and the screen you are projecting the image to. So a short throw projector would not need to be too far away from the projector screen for you to have a clear and bright image. (more…)