Rancho Santa Margarita, CA – InfoComm Booth # 3043… Eiki International, Inc. a world leader for over 40 years in projection technology, announces the new EIP-UJT100 DLP WUXGA (1920x1200) projector. Featuring 14,000 ANSI Lumens for eye popping brightness and color saturation, the EIP-UJT100 utilizes 3-chip DLP technology (0.96-inch DMD™ DLP chip x 3) to ensure exceptional readability, consistent color, world-class digital video performance, and a lower cost of ownership. The new EIP-UJT100 projector makes an outstanding investment for professional large venue installations.
The EIKI EIP-UJT100 is designed to interface with today’s most sophisticated AV setups. The projector offers 4 digital inputs, including HDBaseT and 3G HD-SDI. The projector’s native resolution is WUXGA and is compatible with inputs up to UXGA and WUXGA. The projector supports analog and digital video inputs in all color standards upwards of 1080p.
Of particular note, with its support for DICOM Simulation mode, the EIP-UJT100 is well suited for viewing grayscale images such as X-rays—making it ideally suited for use in medical training and educational applications. To ensure the projector is best suited to its environment, the optional lenses cover a range of 0.67 to 6.96:1 throw ratios. Equally noteworthy, the EIP-UJT100 features built-in Edge Blending, Image Warping and Corner Keystone Correction.
Steve Rubery, Eiki’s National Sales Manager, commented on the company’s new EIP-UJT100 DLP WUXGA projector. “The combination of .96-inch DLP chips and NSHA lamps enables us to provide customers with the outstanding image quality provided by 3-chip DLP technology and the lower total cost of ownership (TCO) they are accustomed to with large venue LCD projectors. Combined, this translates to exceptional value.”
The EIKI EIP-UJT100 DLP WUXGA projector carries an MSRP of $43,995. Lens are optional. The product is available now.
Founded in 1953 in Osaka, Japan, the company established its international network with film projection. The EIKI name literally means "projectors" in Japanese. Today, the company manufactures and markets a broad range of projection technology for education, religion, government and business communication, and offer it through a network of professional audio video dealers. http://www.eiki.com.