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New technologies join Mitsubishi’s line-up for 2016

New technologies join Mitsubishi’s line-up for 2016

Mitsubishi Electric returns to Infocomm MEA 2016 with a full line up of display solutions, purpose-built for control room environments.

Highlight of the booth for 2016 will be the new Direct View, narrow pixel pitch (NPP) LED display, seen for the first time outside of the USA. The new screen has been designed specifically for command and control applications, and developed in-house by Mitsubishi Electric in Japan using its own proprietary LED display technology. The preview model showcased at Infocomm MEA is a 130” diagonal 1.5mm pixel pitch screen with a resolution of 1920  x 1080 pixels. Individual pixels are comprised of 3-in-1 SMD LED packages, which have been developed specially for this application. The new product is the result of over two-years evaluation and development work by Mitsubishi Electric into the use of NPP LED in command and control applications, in particular the issues of long-term colour stability of LED and potential operator fatigue due to excessive brightness. Development work will continue ahead of the commercial launch of the new display in 2017.

Mitsubishi Electric offers a comprehensive range of DLP cubes, and three examples will be showcased at the event. Mitsubishi has installed over 78,000 of its DLP™ cubes worldwide, making them one of the most trusted brands in the world. The popular “Slim cube” VS-60HS12 cube is one of the newest additions to the range. Based on the same unique LED light source technology as its widely-used Seventy Series DLP™ cubes, they offer significant economies in both its space requirement and cost of ownership. Slim cubes are a practical alternative to LCD, delivering a near-seamless high-resolution display and true, zero-maintenance 24 hour operation in a compact, front-access format.

The 120 Series range of DLP cubes are used in Command & Control applications. Based around Mitsubishi Electric’s unique air-cooled LED projection technology, the 60” and 70” Full HD displays are designed for true 24 hour, 365 day operation, and include Mitsubishi Electric’s proprietary digital graduation and colour space control technologies. Both models are available as rear access and front access models and offer DVI inputs and a OPS slot for added versatility. Examples of the 70” model can be seen on the booth at Infocomm MEA 2016.

Top of Mitsubishi’s DLP range, its new flagship 120 Series 62"and 72"cubes are high specification displays designed for the most demanding applications. The LED light source has an average lifespan of a minimum of 100,000 hours in all brightness modes, and requires little to no maintenance ensuring minimal operating costs. Shown at Infocomm MEA will be the latest 62” model featuring reduced gap for exceptional screen continuity.

The Mitsubishi Electric booth at Infocomm MEA can be found at Z5-D1.