PowerLite 745c Multimedia Projector

This product is discontinued

This product has been replaced with: PowerLite 1715c Multimedia Projector

Features & Benefits

2500 ANSI lumens - Brightest projector under 4 lb!
  • A lightweight, travel-friendly projector that doesn't sacrifice brightness
  • Offers incredible flexibility for great presentations in any lighting condition, or in settings with large audiences
Superior image quality and performance
  • Three Epson LCDs for incredible color accuracy, rich color saturation and remarkable image quality
  • XGA (1024 x 768) resolution for vibrant images with precision color and detail
Easy setup and operation
  • Power-on and -off beeps let users know the projector has received their command
  • Quick start-up time avoids presentation delays and reduces pre-presentation jitters
  • Source search function automatically displays the connected input source(s) and switches instantly between various sources
  • Automatic keystone correction - +/-15° digital keystone correction that automatically engages without manual adjustments
  • 1.2x optical zoom lens for flexible placement and positioning
  • Full-featured remote control, with mouse emulation functions and an electronic pointer for complete presentation control
  • Password-protected security features, plus operation lock to prevent unauthorized usage
  • Brightness control function for various settings can extend the lamp life and provide more cost-effective operation (3000 hours in Low Brightness mode, 2000 hours in High Brightness mode)
  • Soft carrying case included
Wired and wireless local networking capabilities (Epson PowerLite 745c)
Epson EasyManagement™
  • A wireless connection to remotely monitor and control projectors over the network
  • Centralized monitoring and control
  • Built-in remote access
  • Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) for easy network management and maintenance
  • E-mail notification (via SMTP) to alert users to issues related to the temperature, fan and lamp
  • Web control over multiple network projectors, each with a different router address