Compact and Flexible 1-Chip DLP™ Projectors


The PT-RZ990 Series delivers the brightness, resolution, and colour that designers need to enhance exhibits with bright, bold, and vivid pictures

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Key features

Laser 1-chip DLP, 8,800 lm (center)/ 8,500 lm (ANSI), WUXGA
Quartet Colour Harmonizer technology for more accurate colour reproduction
Maintenance free up to 20.000 hours with dust-resistant optical block and long lasting laser engine
Supports 4K/60p Signal Input, separate DIGITAL LINK and LAN terminals

Compact and Flexible 1-Chip DLP™ Projectors Deliver Elite Colour Performance in Exhibition Spaces


10,000 lm (Center)/

9,400 lm (ANSI) 

8,800 lm (Center)/

8,500 lm  (ANSI) 

7,200 lm (Center)/

7,000 lm (ANSI) 

6,200 lm (Center)/

6,000 lm  (ANSI) 

Technology1-Chip DLP1-Chip DLP1-Chip DLP1-Chip DLP

Power to impress with accurate colours

Panasonic Quartet Colour Harmonizer Realizes High Brightness and Accurate Colours

Expect saturated colour and finely expressed detail from next-generation 1-Chip DLP™ technology without sacrificing brightness thanks to Quartet Colour Harmonizer, an original colour-wheel technology with optimized optical design that precisely modulates light-source output according to colour requirements.

Easy to install and integrate

Supports 4K/60p Signal Input

PT-RZ990 Series supports uncompressed 4K/60p signal input* via HDMI® or DIGITAL LINK terminals. The ability to play Ultra HD video at the projector’s actual resolution is useful when the same signal is distributed to multiple endpoints of differing display resolutions, making the hassle and expense of external converters a thing of the past. These projectors fit your system infrastructure and work flawlessly with other 4K-ready display devices.

* 4K signals are converted to the projector's resolution (1920 x 1200 pixels) upon projection.

Accept 4K Signals

Optional Lenses Offer New Creative Possibilities 

Eleven optional interchangeable lenses cover every installation situation at wide throw-distances from 0.280:1 to 8.58:1. Compatible lenses include the ET-DLE020 Ultra-Short-Throw Zoom Lens. As the world’s first UST lens with optical zoom, a range of post-installation adjustments are enabled via zoom and V/H lens-shift with zero screen offset. The mirrorless, aspherical glass lens suits compact projector bodies to enable front- or rear-projection in spaces otherwise too small to support short-throw projection.

Geometric Adjustment with Free Grid Correction 

PT-RZ990 benefits from a proprietary Free Grid function built into onboard Geometric Adjustment that supports grid-based image adjustment via remote control. Grid resolutions of 2 x 2, 3 x 3, 5 x 5, 9 x 9, or 17 x 17 can be projected and areas of the image reshaped or geometrically altered to fix screen distortion. This correction is performed by adjusting control-points at grid-line intersections. Move freely between grid resolutions to achieve the desired level of granularity without losing work progress. This clever data-saving function allows technicians to quickly create a distortion-free image.

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Filter less Projector Structure with Airtight Optical Block

Heat-pipe-based filter less cooling, dust-resistant architecture, and efficient airflow path enable deployment of a hermetically sealed optical engine. With dust resistance exceeding the industry’s toughest guidelines, you’re assured of a linear brightness ramp, superior colour uniformity, and maintenance-free projection for 20,000 hours*1. These benefits are welcome when the projector is installed in a difficult-to-access location.

*1 Around this time, light output will have decreased by approximately 50 %. IEC62087: 2008 Broadcast Contents, NORMAL Mode, Dynamic Contrast [3], temperature 30 °C (86 °F), elevation 700 m (2,297 ft) with 0.15 mg/m3 of airborne particulate matter. Estimated time until brightness decreases to 50 % varies depending on environment and usage conditions


Dual Lasers for Failsafe Reliability Content

Dual laser optical engine groups diodes into two discrete modules. A redundancy circuit works to minimize brightness- and colour-uniformity loss in the unlikely event a diode fails, making supported products ideal for applications where picture presentation must be maintained.

Specifications table

Projector type1-Chip DLP™ projector
DLP™ Chip | Panel Size17.0 mm (0.67 in) diagonal (16:10 aspect ratio)
DLP™ Chip | Display MethodDLP™ chip x 1, DLP™ projection system
DLP™ chip | Number of Pixels2,304,000 (1920 x 1200 pixels)
Light SourceLaser diodes
Light output8,500 lm (Normal)*1 /8,800 lm (Center)*2 / 6,800 lm (Eco)*1 /7,200 lm (Quiet 1)*1 / 5,400 lm (Quiet 2)*1 /3,400 lm (Long Life 1)*1 / 2,900 lm (Long Life 2)*1 /2,300 lm (Long Life 3)*1
Time until light output declines to 50 %*320,000 hours (Normal/Quiet 1/Quiet 2)/24,000 hours (Eco)
Resolution1920 x 1200 pixels

Accessories & Software

Lenses for 1-Chip DLP


Zero Offset Ultra Short Throw Zoom Lens

Lenses for 1-Chip DLP


0.600-0.801:1 (WUXGA) Throw Ratio

Lenses for 1-Chip DLP


1.7-2.4:1 throw ratio (WUXGA)

Lenses for 1-Chip DLP


0.8-1.0:1 throw ratio (WUXGA)

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High ceiling mount bracket with 6-axis adjustment mechanism



Bracket assembly



High ceiling mount bracket



Low ceiling mount bracket

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Geometry Manager Pro


Geometric adjustment option for 3D mapping and complex projection adjustments.

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Autoscreen Adjustment


Expends Geometry Manager Pro software allowing automatic adjustment of multi-screen or curved-screen projections.

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