Epson Creative Projection App: Epson Creative Projector is an exclusive iOS app that allows users to create custom content using built-in templates and stamps and wirelessly transfer it to the projector, providing that it is connected to a wireless access point or using Epson's optional $99 WiFi adaptor.
In addition to Epson’s included software, the PowerLite 805F is also compatible with the following third-party monitoring and control software.
Crestron Connected: Crestron Connected lets you control and monitor your projector using a web browser. Note: You cannot use the Message Broadcasting tool for Epson Projector Management when you use Crestron Connected.
PJLink: PJLink is a unified standard for operating and controlling data projectors. PJLink enables central control of projectors manufactured by different vendors. PJLink-compliant equipment can be managed and controlled at any time and in any place, regardless of manufacturer.
Extron XTP: The Epson 805F is XTP Certified and can be recognized as an XTP receiver, ensuring interoperability with XTP Systems. An XTP Inside certified display device is ideal for professional installations, providing simplified designs, easy integration, and transparent operation in a wide variety of environments.
RS232: The RS232 protocol and connection allow users to control a projector remotely via a PC, tablet, smartphone, or even a remote control device. You can turn a projector on and off and change inputs.
SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) Software: SNMP administrators can monitor projectors connected to the same network.
USB Display Software: If you don’t have a computer with the appropriate HDMI or VGA output, the included USB Display software will allow the projector to receive images from a PC’s USB Type-A connection.
In addition to the Epson PowerLite 800F/805F, Epson has also introduced the higher-end Epson PowerLite 730U. On the more affordable side, the PowerLite L255F has a 4,500-lumen brightness claim and is a standard throw business class projector. See the chart below for more details.