Color Brightness and White Brightness (Lumens)

When shopping for a projector, be sure to look for two lumen specifications: One for color brightness and one for white brightness. There can be major differences among different projectors and brands, so color should be measured and listed separately to provide accurate information. If the information provided only gives you one lumen rating, it is typically referring only to the white brightness of the projector. The actual brightness of color may be as little as one-third of the lumens stated.

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Martin County School District

A seamless technology solution was created for the Martin County School District using Epson BrightLink interactive projectors.

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Bartow County School System

Epson BrightLink interactive projectors helped contribute to a new beginning for the students of this Georgia public school system.

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Waterloo Catholic District School Board

See how students have enjoyed and benefited from increased collaboration with Epson BrightLink interactive projectors in the classroom.

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