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Designed and made in Japan to meet the highest standards demanded by command and control applications.

Outstanding performance, intelligent patented features and low power consumption make the VS-15NP160 an absolutely unique solution in the professional control room market.

The stunning performance of Mitsubishi’s direct view LED makes it the perfect choice for large scale control rooms or areas where high ambient light is a challenge. Specially designed 3-in-1 SMD (RGB) LED packages deliver  up to 800 cd/m²  brightness with excellent contrast and 100,000 hour lifespan. A pixel pitch of 1.5mm ensures the crystal-clear display of fine detail. 

Over two years in development, the new screen has several patented features which make it uniquely suited to control room roles where long lifespan and total reliability are critical requirements. A patented anti-burn feature allows static graphics to be displayed for long periods of time without adversely affecting LED performance or lifespan. Overall, the display is rated for 100,000 hours of continuous operation, with its antiburn feature ensuring that LED luminance and chromaticity remains uniform over the life time of the screen. Dual-loop signal inputs and redundant power supplies ensure the display will continue to function in the unlikely event of an LED unit power failure. Dynamic power consumption features actively monitor image luminance and adjust power output accordingly to optimize power consumption and reduce operator eye-fatigue - a critical factor in control room applications not addressed by digital signage displays. Mitsubishi has incorporated the Natural Color Matrix system found in its DLP products into the new LED screen, plus a specially developed 2-dimensional noise reduction system to reduce visible noise in compressed content such as MPEG video.

Mitsubishi Electric LED Configurator








  • Pixel pitch 1.5 mm
  • Lifetime 100,000 hrs.
  • Up to 800 cd/m2
  • 3 in 1 SMD (RGB)
  • Rear or Front access


The module consists of four parts:

  • LED Unit (Front or Rear Access; consists of 4x LED Modules)
  • Separated Power Unit (1x per six LED Units)
    – can be located in server room
  • Separated Control Unit (1x per Full HD resolution)
    – can be located in server room
  • LED Base Frame or Wall Mount

Separated structure does have many benefits.

  • Lightweight due to separated parts
    Ideal for large or complex installations

  • Easy maintenance
    Maintenance possible per individual part
    Reduction of downtime
    Separated power units can be easily accessed


Anti-Burn in feature extends the operational lifetime. The light output of individual LEDs reduce gradually over time, which can eventually cause unacceptable variations in luminance and chromaticity where static graphics are displayed for long periods of time.

The VS-15NP160’s patented Anti-Burn in feature prevents this, keeping the screen performing perfectly during its lifespan. 


The power supply features an independent, redundant, power module that can be stored either underneath the LED screen or in a climate controlled server room.

Up to *6 LED units per power supply unit can be connected, *N+1 power unit will continue the operation in case of any power failure.

*(Optional: N+1 Power Unit Available)


In case of a failure of a specific LED unit, with single signal configuration next units of failure unit cannot display images as shown in the example 

With redundant signal, other units except the failing unit can still display images continuously due to dual signal input.



Common to Narrow Pixel Pitch LED technology, power consumption is determined by image content. A patented built-in dynamic power consumption management feature constantly monitors image brightness. It adjusts LED light output automatically for the most cost efficient *power consumption and operator comfort.

*This power consumption feature can limit “actual” power consumption, but is not able to change power consumption described in the product specification.


Natural Color Matrix 
Mitsubishi’s  unique Natural Color Matrix system is included to enhance picture quality and achieve an exceptionally wide color reproduction range (color gamut). 

Before Natural Color Matrix  

After Natural Color Matrix  

Dynamic Gamma 
Dynamic gamma management improves the contrast ratio, especially in darker images.

Before Dynamic Gamma  

After Dynamic Gamma  



Videowalls of any size can be installed quickly and easily from LED modules measuring 480 x 540 x 90 mm. Both rear- and front maintenance models are available, and the slim profile and low weight means they can be installed virtually anywhere. Commissioning is easy too, ensuring the display is up and running in record time. 

Easy Set-up

  • Durable structure
  • Lightweight LED unit
  • Rear- or front access maintenance
  • Safe and aliment friendly installation (achieve by sliding structure)



Direct View LED

Pixel pitch

1.50 mm

LED type

Direct LED (SMD 3 in 1)

Average lifetime

100.000 hours in all brightness modes

Resolution (HxV)

Cabinet 320x360 pixels

Cabinet Array @ 1080P (HxV)

6 x 3 (18 cabinets)

LED module array (WxH)

2x2 per cabinet

Color Processing

16 bit

Color temperature

3200K - 9300K

Frame rate

50/60 Hz


800 cd/m² @Bright Mode, 500 cd/m² @Normal Mode, 190 cd/m² @Eco Mode

Video input

DVI input x 2

Control Interface

LAN (RJ45 x 1)

Service access

Rear or Front

Front maintenance is an option

Power consumption

105 W @Eco Mode / 150W @Normal Mode / 195W @Bright Mode

Input voltage

AC100-240V, 50/60Hz



Power connection

DC input x1 DC output x1 (Daisy chain)

Cabinet dimensions (WxH)

480 x 540 mm

Module weight

11.9 kg

Optional Slot

Intel OPS slot x1

Country of origin


Frame rate

50/60 Hz