Hospitality TVs (Pro:Centric™ Single Tuner™ LED TV)

26" class (26.0" measured diagonally) Pro:Centric™ Single Tuner™ LED TV with Integrated Pro:Idiom® and b-LAN


  • No need for printed materials for the guests
  • Reduced waste, save cost and time


FREE Interactive Electronic Program Guide Service for Pro:Centric® TVs!

If your property has purchased or plans to purchase LG's Pro:Centric® TVs, you qualify for a free Electronic Program Guide (EPG) that allows guests to easily navigate TV channels and programs - just like they do at home.

Participating properties must purchase and install a Pro:Centric® server and supply an internet connection for daily program updates. Properties must also contract with an LG authorized partner to install and program the server to match your Free-to-Guest (FTG).

FREE program guide service runs until Dec. 2017, replacing the current programming fee of $1.50 per room per month.
Contact your LG sales representative or click on the button below to learn more.


Memorable Guest Experience

LP620H is designed to provide memorable guest experience such as ability for the guests to view their own contents that are stored on their portable devices and its swivel stand that provides excellent maneuverability for left and right viewing.

Welcome Screen

Having a warm greeting message with your business area name and its logo on the TV when they enter the space will let them feel more welcome and cared for.

Eco Friendly

LG Hotel TVs has excellent energy saving features such as Intelligent Sensor, Dynamic Power Savings, and Static Power Savings. The hotels can enjoy cost savings while
supporting efforts of Green initiative.

Remote Jack Pack

The plug and play function with compatible Remote Jack Pack enables guests to view media from their portable devices on the TV screen seamlessly.


Energy Guide

The estimated annual energy cost determined in accordance with 16 CFR Part 305.5 for model 26LT673H is $8.
“Your energy cost depends on your utility rates and use. The estimated cost is based on 11 cents per kWh and 5 hours of use per day. For more information, visit”*

*FTC Television labeling rule (18 CFR Part 305, as added by 76 Fed. Reg. 1038 (Jan 6, 2011)).

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