Epson PowerLite 4855WU WUXGA 3LCD Projector, 4000 Lumens Color/White Brightness, 5000:1 Contrast Ratio, 1.26-2.30 Throw Ratio, 100-240 VAC

SKU: IESPL4855WU MFR: V11H543120
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About Epson 4855WU

The Epson PowerLite 4855WU projector provides brilliant color and amazing image quality with 4000 lumens of color brightness and 4000 lumens of white brightness and WUXGA resolution. This powerful product also features Faroudja DCDi video processing to ensure your image always looks its best. Setup is easy with a centered lens design, 1.8x optical zoom and lens shift. Secure networking features allow for easy monitoring/control, message broadcasting and displaying content over the network. Whether they're used in the boardroom, or your living room, the PowerLite 4855WU multimedia projector delivers bright, vivid images that will captivate any audience.

Epson 4855WU Features

  • 3x Brighter Colors and reliable performance - 3LCD, 3-chip technology
  • One measurement of brightness is not enough - look for both high color brightness and high white brightness
  • Crisp, clear resolution - WUXGA for incredible images
  • Lens shift - align images easily with horizontal and vertical lens shift
  • Versatile connectivity - easily integrate with any system with HDMI and Display Port
  • Convenient remote management - remotely monitor and control presentations
  • Epson iProjection - wirelessly display and control content from your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and Android devices
  • Centered lens design - position the ceiling mount, screen and projector independently; the screen will align with the lens at the center of the projector
  • Lens shift - offers installation flexibility with a range of motion of up to 70deg. vertical from center and 38deg. horizontal from center; also features lens shift lock
  • Faroudja DCDi Cinema technology and 2:2 pull-down - achieve exceptional video quality without introducing artifacts
  • 3D stacking - using polarized filters and passive 3D glasses; or, double stack the projectors to display a 2D image and get double the brightness
  • EasyMP Network Projection - easily present content over the network
  • Remote network monitoring and control - plus message broadcasting and built-in schedule functions
  • Split Screen - project two images (video or still) side-by-side from two different sources simultaneously
  • Digital connectivity - easily integrate your projector with any existing system, via HDMI and Display Port
  • Point and arc correction - adjust each side of an image for a perfectly rectangular image

Epson 4855WU Specifications

Projection System
High-aperture Epson 3-chip 3LCD technology
Projection Method
Front / rear / ceiling mount
Driving Method
Epson Poly-silicon TFT Active Matrix
Pixel Number
2,304,000 pixel (1920 x 1200) x 3
Color Brightness
Color Light Output: 4000 lumens
White Brightness
White Light Output: 4000 lumens
Aspect Ratio
Supports 4:3, 16:9, 16:10
Native Resolution
1920 x 1200 (WUXGA)
640 x 480, 800 x 600, 1280 x 1024, 1400 x 1050
Lamp Type
260 UHE
Lamp Life
Normal mode: Up to 4000 hours
ECO mode: Up to 5000 hours
Brightness Uniformity
Pixel Arrangement
Cross stripe
Effective Scanning Frequency Range
Pixel Clock
13.5 MHz - 162 MHz (up to UXGA 60 Hz)
15 KHz - 92 KHz
50 Hz - 85 Hz
Throw Ratio Range
1.26 - 2.30
Size (projected distance)
50" - 300"
Keystone Correction
Horizontal: ±30 degrees
Vertical: ±30 degrees
Contrast Ratio
High Brightness, Dynamic mode: 5000:1
Color Reproduction
1073.74 million colors
Projection Lens Type
Manual focus / Zoom
Projection Lens F-number
1.50 - 2.14
Projection Lens Focal Length
16.72 mm - 33.47 mm
Projection Lens Zoom Ratio
Optical zoom 1.0x - 1.8x
Lens Shift
Horizontal: ±38 degrees
Vertical: ±50 degrees
Display Performance
NTSC: 480 line
PAL: 576 line (depends on observation of the multi-burst pattern)
Input Signal
480i / 576i / 480p / 576p / 720p / 1080i / 1080p
Pixel works: video chip
3D Y / C separation, noise reduction motion compensated
Interlace-Progressive conversion (2 - 2, 3 - 2 film detection)
HDMI x 1
DisplayPort x 1
Computer: D-sub 15 pin x 1
Video 1: 5-BNC x 1
Video-2: RCA x 1
Composite video: BNC x 1
S-Video x 1
Audio-in: Mini stereo x 3
Audio-in: RCA (L&R) x 1
Network: RJ-45 x 1, 1,100 Mbps
USB Type-A x 1, Type-B x 1
Serial: RS-232c x 1
Hardwire remote jack x 1
Monitor-Out: D-sub 15 pin x 1
Remote Control: Operating Angle
Right / Left:
Front: ±60 degrees
Rear: ±30 degrees
Upper / Lower:
Front: ±20 degrees
Rear: +10 to +45 degrees
Remote Control: Operating Distance
49 ft
Operating Temperature
32deg. to 113deg. F (0deg. to 45deg. C)
Power Supply Voltage
100 - 240 V ±10%, 50/60 Hz AC
Power Consumption
Normal mode: 387 W
ECO mode: 311 W
Communication on: 4.3 W standby
Communication off: 0.41 W standby
Fan Noise
Normal mode: 38 dB
ECO mode: 32 dB
Security Cable Hole
Lens lock,
Kensington lock provision
Dimensions (WxDxH)
Including feet: 18.58x13.94x6.26" / 47.19x35.40x15.90 cm
Excluding feet and lens: 18.58x12.60x5.28" / 47.19x32.00x13.41 cm
14.3 lbs / 6.48 kg

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Weigong G  I have a PowerLite Home Cinema 8700UB on install on the ceiling. I have two questions about the my existing projector and the PowerLite 4855WU projector: 1. Both projectors can shard same ceiling mount or using different one? 2. I am current using the 113" Da-Lite Model C Wide Format projection screen with 8700UB projector. If both of projectors can shared same ceiling mount, does the screen can fit this projector? Thanks, Weigong Ge
JOHN L  This is John Liu , I got the Epson product almost one and half years ago. Mine is powerLite 1775W. If your client wants to put two together, there are no problem, but best way both do not turn on same time. If both can share ceiling mount, the each projector has to put with little angle ( normal is 90 degree to shoot the screen) and using a adjust button to make sure each projector shoot full screen.
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