Brightness: 4,500 lm
Resolution: WXGA
Network: Yes

Boost the brightness of your presentations and displays with Ricoh’s PJ WX5361N projectors. Outstanding 4,500 lumen projection supported by a high-spec 16 W speaker ensure top quality images and superior audio. Extensive wired or wireless network connectivity, LAN compatibility and helpful on-screen prompts ensure that even novices can start projecting immediately. These projectors are easy to install virtually anywhere, and integrate fully with Ricoh’s total office solutions.
  • High quality, power and brightness (4,500 lumen) and WXGA native resolution.
  • Project onto screens up to 300 inches in size.
  • Vertical and horizontal keystone correction rectifies image distortion.
  • High magnification zoom lens and lens shift for installation flexibility.
  • Two eco modes extend lamp life and reduce environmental impact.


Projection system: LCD

Resolution: PJ WX5361N: WXGA (1,280x800 pixels)

Panel: Panel size: 0.63 (WXGA)/0.59 (XGA)

Brightness: PJ WX5361N: 4,500 lumen

Colour reproducibility: 1,070,000,000 colours

Contrast ratio: 4,000:1

Projection screen size: 25" to 300"

Projection distance: 0.7/6 to 14.6/13.8 m (from rear of unit to projection surface)

Lamp: High-pressure mercury lamp

Lamp life: Standard: 3,500 hours (270 W)

Eco mode 1: 4,000 hours (214 W)

Eco mode 2: 6,000 hours (163 W)

Input signals: NTSC, PAL, SECAM, NTSC4.43, PAL-M, PAL-N, PAL-60

USB memory compatible file format: Still image: JPEG

Moving image: MPEG2

Interface (all models): HDMI x2

USB: Type-A x 1 (USB 2.0 High-Speed)

Wired LAN: RJ-45 x 1 (10BASE-T/100BASE-TX/1000BASE-T)

Wireless LAN (Option): LAN IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n compliant

Primary features: Mute (Blank), Freeze, Re-size (Magnify), Auto keystone, Password protection, Blackboard mode, Key lock, User logo, NCE (Natural Color Enhancer), Eco mode, Carbon meter, Closed captioning, Simple DICOM, Power timer, Mouse controller, Auto-Eco Mode, 2 Eco Modes (Eco 1: 80% brightness, Eco 2: 60% brightness), Front exhaust, 4-point keystone correction, Lens shift

Network features: Network projection, Multi-screen (1 PC to 4 projectors), Projection server function, Projector management, PJ Link, Crestron Roomview, Wi-fi, Alert Mail, HTTP server function

Built-in speaker: 16 W mono

Dimensions (W x D x H): 398 x 276 x 127 mm

Weight: 4.3 kg

Power source: 100 - 240 V, 50/60 Hz


Power consumption: Standard: 357 W

Eco Mode 1: 292 W

Eco Mode 2: 248 W

Stand-by mode: 10 W

Operating temperature: 5°C - 40°C

Operating humidity: 20% - 80%

Storage conditions: Temperature: -10 - 50°C


  • Main unit
  • Power cable
  • Câble RGB
  • CD-ROM with utility software and manual in 16 languages
  • Quick Reference manual in paper
  • Remote control with batteries


Advanced Network Utility : Windows XP SP3 or later

Windows Vista SP2 or later

Windows 7

Windows 8

Mac OS X

Projection management utility / JPEG conversion utility: Windows XP SP3 or later

Windows Vista SP2 or later

Windows 7

Windows 8

For availability of models, options and software, please get in touch with Sterling Business Systems.


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