Brands We sell Part1

Pureland Supply only sells the highest quality lamps. Our lamps are aftermarket housings engineered to fit the same as the OEM from the manufacturer. 

The brands we carry are:

Acer
Ask
Barco
BenQ
Boxlight
Canon
Christie
Dell
Digital Projection
Dukane
Eiki
Epson
Hewlett Packard
Hitachi
IBM
Infocus
JVC
Knoll
LG
Liesegang
Marantz
Mitsubishi
NEC
Optoma
Panasonic
Philips
Planar
Plus
Projection Design
Proxima
RCA
Runco
Samsung
Samsung
Sanyo
Sharp
Sim2
SmartBoard  
Sony
Toshiba
Ushio
Vidikron
Viewsonic
Vivitek

Contact us Today at www.PurelandSupply.com or give a call and speak to a real person instead of a recording. We are here 9-5 Eastern Standard time. You can also email us at Sales@PurelandSupply.com

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Epson Home Cinema 8350

Epson Home Cinema 8350 LCD Projector
Epson is well known in the industry for making reliable projectors for conference rooms and offices.  did you know they also make a great home theater projector?
We will look at the Epson Home Cinema 8350 which uses a V13H010L49/ELP-LP49.  
First introduced in 2010, the Home Cinema 8350 was one of Epson’s first true home theater projectors. Manufactured up until January of 2016 this projector has a great set of specs.
Supporting resolutions up to 1920 x 1080, it natively supports 1080p 16:9 video via any of its two HDMI inputs. Prior to this. 720p was the highest definition video available.  The projector was also one of the first to use an auto-iris to give the projector an incredible 50,000:1 contrast ratio.  With the light engine generating 2000 ansi lumens this projector was a welcomed addition to anyone upgrading from an earlier projector that was only 720p or lower. 
The V13H010L49/ELPLP49 lamp use a 200W Bulb to generate that lumen output. This bulb is one of the special designs using the E-TORL technology.  E-TORL allows up to 20% extra lumen output as it directs ‘wasted’ light toward the reflector and out the lens, rather than having it spill unused into the unseen cavities of the projector.   The patented Osram bulb used is a direct replacement for the OEM bulb from Epson.  Epson is one of the few companies who use a bulb made specifically for them. Now there are more options for you and I the end user.  
Currently PurelandSupply.com has the ELPLP49 bulb on sale for $109.20!  
Call us at 1-800-664-6671, email us at Sales@purelandsupply.com or use any of the links to purchase your lamp.

If you place the order by 5pm Eastern time your lamp will ship the same day!

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Hitachi CP-X306 and it’s DT00841 Lamp

hitachi lcd projector using dt00841

     The Hitachi CP-X306 is an older LCD video projector with a great reputation.  If you own a CP-X306 that uses the DT00841 lamp, you already know of the hi lumen output of 2600 lumens.  For its time, 2600 lumen (2060 in eco mode) was a bright and useful projector.

The CP-X306 was one of the earlier XGA models.  It has a native resolution of 2014 x 768 which would give you a native 720p resolution if used for Home Theater.
hitachi projector lamp dt00841
The DT00841 Lamp runs at 220W and feeds a 0.6” set of LCD panels. That gives the projector a respectable 500:1 contract ratio (respectable for 2008 when the unit was first made).    In data mode, the projector can upscale to 1600 x 1200 dpi.  This isn’t useful for home theater but for certain computer driver display applications it is very useful.
The Input panel is one of the most useful features of the CP-X306. 
The CP-X306 also has the capabilities to support Composite,S-Video, Composite, and Dual VGA in (D-sub 15 pin).  The option to use the network jack is a plus. You can then use a newer OS like Windows 10 to connect via a network, so you can skip finding a VGA cable long enough.  If your needs require it, you can also control it via RS232 or USB.  
The Hitachi CP-X306 is a highly flexible projector.  If you own one or plan to buy a used one on eBay give this link a click to treat your Hitachi to a new lamp.  The DT00841 sold by PurelandSupply.com has an original Ushio brand bulb to ensure proper operation. 
Your Source for replacement projector lamps
Place an order before 5pm Eastern time, and the DT00841 lamp will ship the same day. All lamps have a 180-day replacement warranty. 
Give us a call at 1-800-664-6671 or email us at Sales@PurelandSupply.com

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Why Original Inside?

Why Original Bulb Inside over Copy Lamps?
All over the internet you see Projector Lamp ads touting Original Bulb Inside, then you see what looks like the same lamp on a market place site for ¼ the cost.  What gives? 
To answer this question, we first need to look at what these lamps are.
Projector lamps have essentially 3 product types.

       OEM = Original Equipment Manufacturer. This is the company who is branded on the projector.  If you bought a BenQ projector, the OEM lamp would be from BenQ, in a BenQ box (most of the time). These are usually much more expensive and when under warranty, its required by most companies to use the OEM.
        Original Bulb Inside = Not in the original manufacturers box, but has the same brand of bulb and same design of housing as the OEM.  Often the company who makes the lamp for BenQ is the same company that sells the Original Bulb Inside lamp. These are fundamentally the same as an OEM.  They are made to the same engineering requirements and perform as well as the more expensive OEM lamp. Same expected life span as the OEM because they use the same Ushio, Philips, Osram, Phoenix or Iwasaki Bulb as the OEM.
        Compatible/Copy Lamp = Cheapest of all 3 options per unit.  Most expensive when compared by cost to run per hour.  These use copy bulbs or non-original brand bulbs. These are always significantly cheaper by up to a factor of 10!  However, the only savings is in your initial purchase.  On average a copy lamp lasts 70-80% less than the OEM or Original Bulb Inside lamps.  They also are significantly poor at color reproduction because of the chemicals used inside to copy the more expensive lamps.  There is next to no quality control in the Copy lamp market.
I am going to focus on Original Bulb Inside versus Copy Lamps here.  OEMs have their place and will always, but I want to show why Copy lamps are not all they are cracked up to be. Hopefully I will save you some hassle and ideally some money…
Why is a Copy lamp so much cheaper yet I say they cost you more to run per hour?  That will make sense once I explain.  The copy lamp may be $40 new for a Mitsubishi VLT-HC910LP.  Your life expectancy of that lamp is 2000 hours (in most cases that is what the OEM is designed for). That Copy lamp is not made as well as the Original bulb.  The bulb is using gases and manufacturing methods to ensure it can be sold cheap. That will guarantee the life expectancy is significantly lower. I may get 200-400 hours if you are lucky.

That means I need to buy another $40 lamp and get another 400 hours (I am being generous at 400 hours) …. I end up buying 5 lamps at $40 apiece to get your full 2000 hours that I am expecting. Plus, I must contact the Copy lamp seller and deal with the returns process and waiting for the new Copy lamp and then having to put it in and reset the timer each time and clean out the likely piles of broken glass from when the last Copy lamp exploded…just so much hassle for no savings once it’s all said and done.

The Copy lamp cost me $0.10 an hour to run, plus all the return shipping, hours spent troubleshooting and dealing with the replacement and lost time enjoying the projector.  There are other problems with copy lamps such as color quality and brightness problems but those are not as quantifiable.
The Original Bulb Inside VLT-HC910LP is less than $140 new.  Sure, that is almost 4 times the cost of the copy lamp. How can that be cheaper?  Let’s do the cost per hour math and see…
Copy lamp = $40 new, 400hr lifespan, 5 x $40 = $200 for 2000hours of use.  Plus, RMA shipping fees, restocking fees and hassle.  Your Quantifiable cost per hour to get 2000 hours of use us $0.10 per hour. Seems cheap right?
Original Bulb Inside Lamp = $138.00 new, 2000hours life span. No replacing it at 400 hours or less.
Your cost per hour is $0.069 or 7 cents an hour!  That adds up over the life of the projector. 
Original Bulb Inside lamps are a wonderful cost-effective option to enjoy your projector.  You get the same level of quality (in some cases higher quality) for a much cheaper price than the OEM.
Copy lamps only seem cheap when you see the initial cost.  Extrapolating that over the life of the projector makes it obvious that your savings vanish the moment you install that copy lamp.
Pureland Supply prides itself on only selling OEM and Original Bulb Inside lamps.
We pride ourselves in our commitment to Customer Service, Quality and Reasonable prices.
Browse our lamp sections or search for your model. If you rather talk to a human, give us a call where you never have to ‘press 1 for an representative’. 

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