Three new projector models have been announced by Sony aimed organisations that need projectors for fixed installations.

The Japanese electronics giant is to launch the VPL-CW275, VPL-FH31 and VPL-FH36 in the coming months. Their target markets will be universities, corporations, museums and medical applications, where fixed installation projectors are needed for lecture theatres or long-term displays.

All three of the projectors will be equipped with BrightEra 3LCD Inorganic Panel technology, as well as energy efficient features and flexible installation options.

The VPL-CW275 – part of the brand’s existing CW255 line – has one of the brightest outputs they offer. It also has a new ‘Picture Muting’ feature, which allows for the picture to be briefly and instantly switched off at the push of a single button.

For ease of installation, the VPL-CW75 has a lens shift range and a ‘screen fitting’ for installation adjustment.

The new VPL-FH31 and VPL-FH36 projectors are enhanced replacements for the company’s existing VPL-FH30 and VPL-FH35 projectors. They are said to offer best in class image quality, providing WUXGA (1920x1200) resolution and full HD compatibility.

The new projectors are all due to be released on to the consumer markets between now and January 2013.