Hitachi America, Ltd. Introduces Two New 5,000 Lumen, 3LCD Laser Projectors to Growing Collegiate Line

Thursday, December 27, 2018 - 12:00 am

Hitachi America, Ltd. announced the newest expansion to its Collegiate Series line with the addition of two new 3LCD laser projectors. The LP-EU5002 and LP-EW5002 feature a host of advanced features, making them the most anticipated addition to Hitachi’s growing line of laser projectors.

Both the LP-EU5002 and the LP-EW5002 offer 5,000 ANSI lumens of brightness with resolutions ranging from WUXGA 1920×1200 to WXGA 1280×800 respectively. These maintenance-free operation projectors have 20,000 hours light source life and up to 50,000 hours with Long Life 2 mode.  Both models have multiple digital inputs (HDMI and HDMI/MHL), 3LCD projection technology, and a contrast ratio of 500,000:1. They are equipped with 360° installation, a 1.6x zoom lens, and Perfect Fit 2, which helps integrators save time during installation.

“Hitachi’s Collegiate Series has been steadily gaining popularity since 2013,” says Mike Morin, Strategic Sales Development Manager Hitachi America, Ltd. “We’ve been encouraged to innovate and expand the line based on customer and market needs. By expanding the laser projector line, we can deliver larger-than-life performance for a range of applications. The two newest models are the first 3LCD laser models in the Collegiate Series and are equipped with a new laser phosphor light source that can dramatically lower maintenance and total cost of ownership for facilities.”

All Collegiate Series projectors are eligible for Hitachi America, Ltd.’s OneVision Program for higher education facilities, providing colleges and universities with specialized pricing, enhanced service and warranties, direct access to Hitachi experts and program rewards. The buying rewards of the program include the option of buying 10 projectors and receiving a free projector, or buying three projectors and receiving one lamp free.

The new LP-EU5002 and LP-EW5002 Collegiate Series laser projectors are now available for purchase.