Uncompromising quality, flexibility of installation and extended product life are features on offer with our Professional Series Installation Projectors. Life of the product is extended considerably with virtually maintenance free inorganic LCD panels and polarizer filters. A wide lens shift and a wide variety of optional lenses provide greater range of movement and projection distances. This series also boasts superb quality with an impressive contrast ratio of 2500:1 (with Iris), a 10-bit digital signal processor and a high quality scaler chip on board.



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1.3" LCD panel


XGA (1024x768)


Normal Mode: 7500 ANSI Lumens
Eco Mode: 6000 ANSI Lumens

Contrast Ratio



Lens is NOT included


Single lamp system

Lamp Life

3000 hours (Normal Mode)
4000 hours (Eco Mode)*

Number of colours

10-bit signal processor, digital gamma 12-bit


Computer compatibility

up to UXGA (1600 x 1200) compressed

Video Compatibility p6

NTSC / PAL / SECAM / PAL-M,N / NTSC4.43 SDTV: 525i(480i), 525p(480p), 625i(576i) HDTV: 750p (720p@60Hz), 1125i(1080i@50 / 60Hz), 1125p(1080p@50 / 60)

Plug & Play



Basic features

Freeze, Magnifying, Blank, Quick on (4 Seconds), Direct power on, Auto adjustment, Search

Picture Adjustments

Equalising Gamma Correction, 2-3 pull down, Progressive Scan, Noise Reduction

Digital keystone

Vertical Auto, Horizontal Manual

Advanced features p6

MyScreen, My Memory, My Button, Blackboard / Whiteboard mode, Daytime mode, Input source naming (English), Resolution setting, Resolution Preset and Customise, Template Function, IR Remote Frequency Change, Closed Captions, Source Skip, Picture by Picture

Other p6

Lamp door on back side, Quick ON, Direct ON, Direct Off, PIN-Lock, MyScreen PIN-Lock, Keypad Lock, Kensington slot, Transition Detector, My Text Password, Security LED

Security bar


Security label


Serial label on side


OSD Languages

MENU: English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Norwegian, Dutch, Japanese, Portuguese, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Korean, Swedish, Russian, Finnish, Polish, Turkey, Danish, Czech, Arabian, Persian


Computer Input

2 x 15-pin Mini-D-sub
1 x BNC (shared with component)
1 x HDMI (Digital RGB)
1 x DVI-D

Monitor output

1 x D-sub 15

Video Input

1 x Composite RCA jack
1 x S-Video jack
1 x Composite BNC
1 x Component BNC (shared with computer)
1 x Component RCA

Audio Input


Audio Output



1 x Serial port IN / OUT for RS232C

Wired Remote Control


Wired network

1 x RJ-45



110V~120V, 220V-240V

Power Consumption



Dimensions (W x H x D) p6

476 x 272 x 469mm (excluding feet and extrusions)


13.2Kg (No lens)

Noise Level

Normal: 39dB
Eco: 32dB

Air Filter

Super Hybrid


Miscellaneous p6

Lamp, Temp, Standby, Shutter, Projection Image Ceiling Mount Image

Accessories Supplied

Accessories Supplied

Remote control with batteries, Computer cable, Power cord, User manual (detail & concise)

Optional Accessories

Replacement lamp


Optional Lenses Comparison Table


Lens name Ultra Short
Short 1
Short 2
Zoom ratio 1 : 1.2 1 : 1.2 1 : 1.5
Up to
X 1 : 1

3.7 : -1 ~ -1 : 3.7

Left to
X 1 : 1

13 : -1 ~ -1 : 13

Distance to screen width ratio 1 : 0.5 - 0.6 1 : 1.2 - 1.5 1 : 1.5 - 2.1
Image size (inch) 40”~700” 40”~700” 40”~700”
distance (m)
@ 40 (inch) 0.4 - 0.5 0.9 - 1.2 1.1 - 1.7
@ 100 (inch) 1.0 - 1.2 2.5 - 3.0 3.0 - 4.4
@ 700 (inch) 7.4 - 8.7 18.0 - 21.7 21.3 - 31.2
Lens length (mm) 241 246 276
Lens diameter (F) (mm) 176 176 176
Lens weight (Kg) 4.3 4.0 3.8
Lens name Standard
Ultra Long
Zoom ratio 1 : 1.3 1 : 1.8 1 : 1.8
Up to

3.7 : -1 ~ -1 : 3.7

Left to

13 : -1 ~ -1 : 13

Distance to screen width ratio 1 : 2.2 - 2.9 1 : 2.8 - 5.2 1 : 5.0 - 9.2
Image size (inch) 40”~700” 40”~700” 40”~700”
distance (m)
@ 40 (inch) 1.7 - 2.3 2.2 - 4.2 3.9 - 7.4
@ 100 (inch) 4.4 - 5.8 5.7 - 10.7 10.2 - 18.8
@ 700 (inch) 32.0 - 41.6 41.3 - 75.6 72.8 - 132.8
Lens length (mm) 251 258 286
Lens diameter (F) (mm) 134 134 134
Lens weight (Kg) 3.2 3.9 3.7

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What makes Hitachi's Professional Series projector range unique?

    The Professional Series range of projectors offer a host of features that set them apart from the competition. We offer the largest vertical and horizontal optical lens shift in the market to display bright and sharp images in complex or awkward spaces.

    Six optional bayonet lenses provide great flexibility depending on the size of the venue and your projection needs. New long life inorganic parts including LCD panels means reduced running costs over the course of the projector’s lifetime. In addition, a new Hitachi Hybrid Filter dramatically reduces maintenance even further.

  • Where do these projectors give the best performance?

    With its impressive brightness levels and large image size capability, the Professional Series projectors are perfect for large conference rooms, auditoria, lecture halls, places or worship or events and exhibitions.

    Schools and exhibition hall users will find these projectors extremely useful as the projector can be used in virtually any sized room depending on the lens.

    These projectors are particularly suitable for rental service suppliers who need to have optional lenses on hand for venues of various sizes.

  • What's the advantage of having wide optical lens shift?

    The wide horizontal and vertical lens shift feature allows users to work around difficult spaces such as high ceilings and obstructions such as pillars.

    For example, if a projector needs to be mounted from a high ceiling to be projected towards a lower screen, it is traditionally necessary to install a long ceiling mount kit or install the projector at a declining angle and utilise keystone and digital process image correction. With optical lens shift, these less than ideal solutions can be avoided.

  • How does Hitachi achieve the largest optical lens shift capability on the market without compromising picture quality?

    Hitachi uses ELD lens technology (Extra-Low Dispersion) to guarantee resolution performance and colour convergence across lens shift areas.

  • What is the advantage of having optional lenses?

    There are six optional lenses available with the Professional Series range: Ultra Short Throw, 2x Short Throw, Standard, Long Throw and Super Long Throw. The main advantage is flexibility. A 100-inch screen image can be achieved from only one meter away from the screen with the Ultra Short Throw lens. Alternatively, the same image can be achieved from 19 meters away using a Super Long Throw lens. The combination of lenses and optical lens shift enables a large screen display in a range of installation situations from a small conference room to a large auditorium.

  • Why is the projector and lens sold separately?

    The Professional Series projectors are suitable for a variety of installation situations. To offer the most flexible solution, Hitachi have opted to sell the lens separately to suit the specific installation.

  • What is the new Hitachi Hybrid Filter?

    The Hitachi Hybrid Filter, is unique technology composed of four antistatic layers—a three layer honeycomb construction with one unwoven layer.

    Because of this unique construction, intervals between scheduled maintenance extend to five times longer, compared with those of conventional hybrid filters. In terms of actual number of hours, five times longer equates to 10,000 maintenance-free hours in a clean office environment, dramatically reducing maintenance time and costs.

  • What is an inorganic panel and what are the advantages?

    An inorganic panel is an LCD panel that consists of inorganic materials for the LCD molecule alignment layer.

  • Who else uses inorganic panel technology?

    Sony, Sanyo, and Mitsubishi have already adopted this feature.

  • What is the "network bridge" function?

    Network bridge is a Hitachi unique feature whereby equipment, such as TV tuners, connected to the projector with an RS-232C cable, can be controlled by a computer simultaneously connected to the projector through the local area network. This function eliminates the need for an additional cable link between the computer and any other equipment.

  • What is the Projector (PJ) Link?

    PJ Link, standardized by JBMIA (Japan Business Machine and Information System Industires Association) is the industry wide standard code for controlling and administrating projectors. The projectors compatible with PJ Link are controlled and administered at the same time even if different companies manufacture those projectors.

  • Is it possible to control projectors in any other environments besides LAN?

    It is possible to control a projector through a RS232C cable. However, in order to control the projector remotely, it is necessary to use a LAN environment, which provides a wider variety of usage situations.

  • Is the network control software included in the projector?

    Network control software is not included, but can be downloaded from our website at:

  • What is the "Template function"?

    Unique to Hitachi, the Template function allows four kinds of template images (black and white lines, black and white grids) to be projected onto whiteboard and blackboard surfaces, facilitating writing or drawing guided by the lines of the templates.

  • How can you access the "Template Function"?

    From the menu of On Screen Display, select easy menu, advanced menu, screen, and then, template. You can select other templates by scrolling menu with up or down button.

  • What is the "Mechanical Lens Shutter"?

    If there is a need turn the lamp light off during a presentation, simply shut the physical lens shutter. This eliminates the need to turn the power off completely.

  • What is "HDMI"?

    HDMI stands for High-Definition Multimedia Interface. It is one of the consumer electronics standards for transmitting digital video and audio sources. HDMI is also compatible with HDCP, a digital copyright guard standard.

  • Where are the intake and outtake exhaust slits located?

    From the front, the intake is on the left side, and the outtake is on the right side.

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