Tempest, world leader in projector enclosure technology, will showcase its Oasis family of IP66 outdoor enclosures at InfoComm 2023, booth 4015. Oasis is cooled using the latest in inverter heat pump technology, enabling projectors to operate in ambient temperatures from -15 to 50°C (5-122°F). Oasis cools and maintains a constant temperature where it’s needed — at the projector air inlet. It is the first time InfoComm audiences will see the latest in enclosure technology, which is especially well suited to RGB laser projectors.

“With Oasis, you get the maximum life out of your laser light engine, and you can say goodbye to RGB color shift with changing ambient temperatures,” says Tim Burnham, President, Tempest. “By harnessing inverter heat pump technology, Oasis can maintain constant temperatures unlike no previous enclosure. This enables expensive laser projector investments to be protected and operate at optimum temperature, solving what is becoming an increasingly common challenge. We’ve received lots of interest from partners looking for premium protection, and we’re excited to showcase it to audiences in Orlando.”

Oasis models are available for most projector/lens combinations, from 5,000 to 50,000 lumens, with landscape, portrait, ultra short throw, and many custom options. It features a tough aluminum welded construction and has large access doors on both sides for projector access.

For multi-projector setups, Oasis Multizone systems optimize installation efficiency by using a single compressor unit to serve up to five Oasis enclosures. Multizone systems still allow individual temperature control for each enclosure, and the projector and enclosure types don’t have to be the same.