LCD Projectors
Model name
Liquid crystal panel
Number of pixels
Manual zoom
Light output (brightness)
Contrast ratio
Keystone correction
Power supply
Operating temperature
Input signals Computer input
Video input
Input/output Video input
Audio input
Computer input
Audio output
Monitor output
Agency certifications
Dimensions (WxHxD)
Standard accessories
Optional accessories
3,200 Lumens
0.63 type (inch), 1.6cm polysilicon active-matrix TFT x 3
786,432 pixels (H1,024 x V768)
1,024 x 768 color pixels (XGA)
200W UHB
2,700 Lumens
Auto Vertical Keystone
5-35°C (41-95°F)
HDTV: 720p@50/60, 1080i@50/60, 1080p@50/60
SDTV: 480i, 480p, 576i, 576p
S-Video: Mini Din 4-pin x 1, Composite video: RCA jack x 1, Component video: via D-sub x 2
Stereo Mini jack x 2
Analog RGB: 15-pin Mini-Dsub x 2
Stereo Mini jack x 1
Analog RGB: 15-pin Mini-Dsub x 1
USB type B x 1 for mouse control
9-pin Dsub x 1 for RS232C
UL/cUL, FCC Part15 class B, AS/NZS CISPR22 class B, CE, GOST-R
306 x 77 x 221mm (12.05" x 3.03" x 8.7") [excluding protruding part]
2.2kg (4.9 lbs.).
Computer cable, Remote Control, Batteries, Lens cover, Power cord, User's manual, Security label
Lamp: DT01141, Filter set: UX36761, Laser remote control: RC-R008, Soft case: PX10692
a : LCD projector-to-screen distance
b: Screen height from lens center to top
c : Screen height from lens center to bottom
Screen Size (4:3 Screen)
30 type (inch), 0.8m
40 type (inch), 1.0m
50 type (inch), 1.3m
60 type (inch), 1.5m
70 type (inch), 1.8m
80 type (inch), 2.0m
90 type (inch), 2.3m
100 type (inch), 2.5m
120 type (inch), 3.0m
150 type (inch), 3.8m
200 type (inch), 5.1m
250 type (inch), 6.4m
300 type (inch), 7.6m
a Min
0.9m (35")
1.2m (47")
1.5m (59")
1.8m (71")
2.1m (83")
2.4m (95")
2.7m (107")
3.0m (119")
3.6m (143")
4.5m (179")
6.1m (238")
7.6m (298")
9.1m (358")
a Max
1.1m (42")
1.4m (57")
1.8m (71")
2.2m (85")
2.5m (100")
2.9m (114")
3.3m (128")
3.6m (143")
4.4m (171")
5.4m (215")
7.3m (286")
9.1m (358")
10.9m (430")
b (top)
39cm (15")
52cm (21")
65cm (26")
78cm (31")
91cm (36")
105cm (41")
118cm (46")
131cm (51")
157cm (62")
196cm (77")
261cm (103")
327cm (129")
392cm (154")
c (bottom)
7cm (3")
9cm (3")
11cm (4")
13cm (5")
15cm (6")
17cm (7")
20cm (8")
22cm (9")
26cm (10")
33cm (13")
44cm (17")
54cm (21")
65cm (26")
+ 8% (for projection distance a) • Final specifications may vary slightly.
• Tolerance -
306mm (12.05")
Audio In 1
Audio In 2
Computer In 1
Computer In 2
Monitor Out
Kensington Lock
77mm (3.03")
Security Bar
Audio Out (L/R)
Control (RS-232C)
Composite Video
Consideration for the Environment
Compliance with EU Directive RoHS* 1
*1 RoHS is the acronym of "DIRECTIVE 2002/95/EC OF THE EUROPEAN
PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL of 27 January 2003 on the restriction of
the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment".
Reduction of resin usage in production
Use of hot runners in molds for making upper housing
in order to reduce mill ends.
Reduction of CO2 emissions
Carton volume has been cut down to XX%*2, reducing CO2 emissions during transport.
*2 Compared to Hitachi CP-XXXX projector on the basis of one carton box.
Power saving mode engaged during standby
ECO mode
ECO mode provides power saving.
• Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
The projected images and comparison photos in this catalog are simulations.
LCD panels, polarizers and other optical components and cooling fans may need replacement after prolonged usage. For more details, please consult a Hitachi sales representative.
Do not use in places where there is a lot of water, dampness, steam, dust, soot or tobacco smoke. This may result in fire or malfunction.
Optical components (lamp, LCD panel, polarizing plate, PBS [polarizer beam splitter] ) have limited service lives. They must be repaired or replaced if they are used for a long period of time.
These projectors use a mercury lamp with high internal pressure. Because of its properties, this lamp may burst with a loud noise or burn out if struck or after it has been used for a period of time. The time until it bursts or
burns out varies greatly according to differences between lamps and usage conditions. Turning the lamp’s power on and off frequently shortens its service life.
• Optical components other than the lamp: If the projector is used for six hours or more per day, they may need to be replaced in less than a year.
• LCD panel: If the projector is used continuously for six hours or more, its replacement cycle may be shortened.
• Do not turn projector on again for ten minutes after shutdown. Neglect can shorten the lifetime of the lamp. During use and immediately after use, do not touch anywhere near the lamp and the vents as these parts are extremely hot.
Hitachi America, Ltd., Digital Media Division, Business Solutions Group 900 Hitachi Way, Chula Vista, CA 91914-3556, U.S.A. and Canada
Tel: +1-800-HITACHI Fax: +1-619-591-5418
Hitachi Home Electronics Asia (S) Pte. Ltd. 438A Alexandra Road #01-01/02/03, Alexandra Technopark, Singapore 119967
Tel: +65-6536-2520 Fax: +65-6536-2521
Hitachi Sales (Malaysia) Sdn. Berhad (11543-V) Lot 12, Jalan Kemajuan, Bangi Industrial Estate, 43650 Bandar Baru Bangi, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia.
Tel: +60-3-8926-4168 Fax: +60-3-8926-3013
Hitachi Sales (Thailand), Ltd. 994 Soi Thonglor, Sukhumvit 55 Road, Klongtonnua, Vadhana Bangkok 10110, Thailand
Tel: +66-2381-8381-98 Fax: +66-2381-0210/2381-0021
Hitachi (Hong Kong), Ltd. 18th Floor, Ever Gain Centre, 28 On Muk Street, Shatin, N.T., Hong Kong Tel: +852-2113-8883 Fax: +852-2783-4178
Hitachi Sales Corp. of Taiwan 2nd Floor, No.65, Nanking East Road, Section 3, Taipei 104, Taiwan Tel: +886-2-2516-0500 Fax: +886-2-2516-1501
Hitachi Australia Pty Ltd. Level 3, 82 Waterloo Road, North Ryde, NSW 2113, Australia Tel: +61-2-9888-4100 Fax: +61-2-9888-4188
Hitachi Europe Ltd. Whitebrook Park, Lower Cookham Road, Maidenhead, Berkshire, SL6 8YA, UK Tel: +44-1628-585000 Fax: +44-1628-643404
Printed in Japan (H) NM-E352 0510
Light, bright and easy to use.
The most suitable projectors for education.
Packed with features that make them easy to use
in various size classrooms.
LCD Projector
3,200 Lumens
LCD Projector
2,700 Lumens
More Convenient Features
• Input Source Naming • Power Saving Mode • Low Noise of 28dB*1 (ECO Mode) • Audio Pass Through*2
• Blackboard or Whiteboard Modes at Picture Setting • Daytime Mode • My Button • 4-Second Quick
Start • Direct Power On/Off • My Text • Resolution Preset and Custom Modes • Auto Vertical Keystone
Correction • IR Remote Frequency Change • Serial No. Label on Side • Closed Caption • My Source/
Document Camera Button on Remote Controller • Compatible with AMX Device Discovery
*1 Typical. Tested in 23°C environmental conditions. *2 When in Normal mode at standby setting. It does not function in Saving mode.
Lamp Door
on the top
3,200/2,700 Lumens
High Brightness
Both projectors feature high brightness.
The CP-X3020 has 3,200 lumens and
the CP-X2520, 2,700 lumens.
2.2kg (4.9 lbs.)
Light Weight
Even with all their functions, these
projectors weight only
2.2kg (4.9 lbs.).
Filter Cover
on the side
Black lines on a white grid
World map
Black lines
on a white background
Front Air Exhaust
BLANK Button
Template Function*
Easy Maintenance
Warm air is exhausted from the front
of the projector. The warm air
does not blow on students to
the left, right or rear.
Since the students are not affected
by blowing air,
they can enjoy
the lesson
comfortably and
on the lesson.
A BLANK button on the projector lets
you switch quickly to a blank screen for
a moment. This button is also customizable,
allowing you to assign a designated
function from the MY BUTTON menu.
When projecting onto
a whiteboard, blackboard, etc.,
this function projects
a variety of images that
overlay on a blank screen or
any projected image.
You can choose four types
of lines, circles, and a world map
with a center city that can be
moved in 24-hour steps.
The lamp door is on the top and the filter
cover on the side, so maintenance and
replacement can be done easily.
* Patent pending
Hybrid Filter
The Hybrid Filter
requires less frequent
maintenance and
cleaning, making
longer operation
Various Security
These projectors are equipped with
a security bar that allows the attachment
of a security chain.
By using the PIN Lock, you can limit
the number of users. The MyScreen
function can be used to identify
the owner, and is also protected by
a PIN Lock. A Transition Detector can
prevent unauthorized use
of the projector.