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Standard office models with a variety of power-saving features

EB-S31/X31/X36/W32/U32, EX3240/5240/5250/7240/9200, VS240, PL1224/1264/1284 and CB-S31/X31/X31E/X36/W32/U32 were launched to market in 2015 as standard office models. They reduce users' environmental footprint with a variety of functions that minimize power consumption both when projecting images and when idle.


EB-W32


ECO menu offers a range of power-saving options

ECO menu

When projected images are too bright, such as when you are using the projector in a dark room or projecting onto a small screen, you can switch to ECO mode to lower the brightness and reduce power consumption by 27% during projection. You can use the Light Optimizer*1 function to automatically adjust lamp brightness based on the projected image. Power consumption is reduced by as much as 27% when projecting dark images. These projectors are also designed to use less power when they are not projecting images. They are equipped with a Super Low Brightness Mode. When Sleep Mode, the Lens Cover Timer, and the A/V Mute Timer are used, these products will automatically turn off after a certain period of time.

*1 Light Optimizer can only be selected when the Power Consumption setting is "Normal." The percentage by which power consumption is reduced differs depending on the images projected.


Lower power consumption in Standby mode

Consumes just 0.2 W of power*2 (at 100-120 V). The Instant Off feature allows you to turn off and immediately unplug the projector after use, eliminating cool-down time and saving energy.

*2 Power consumption in Standby mode: Power consumed when the projector's main power switch is on and the projector can be restarted with the remote control panel or switch.


  • These projectors reduce energy waste with an energy-efficient basic design and power-saving options on the ECO menu.
  • Save power by setting the projector's Power Consumption setting to ECO or by using Light Optimizer to automatically adjust lamp brightness based on the projected image.
  • A Super Low Brightness Mode is now available. Use Sleep Mode, the Lens Cover Timer, and the A/V Mute Timer to reduce power consumption when interrupting projecting.
  • Consumes just 0.2 W of power (at 100-120 V) in standby mode.