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VS-PE78RU

VS-PE78RU












The VS-PE78RU can replace SXGA+ lamp based engines with SXGA+ LED based engines for Mitsubishi DLP cubes and for most other brands of DLP cubes manufactured over the last 15 years,
enabling owners of all legacy mercury lamp systems to easily upgrade to the latest LED technology.

LED lighting offers significant advantages over conventionally-lit video wall systems employing mercury lamps. Mitsubishi Electric’s LED cubes employ a unique air-cooled lighting element, which, unlike the liquid-cooling employed in some other manufacturer’s products, requires no moving parts and no maintenance for its entire lifespan up to 100,000 hours. Specially designed fan packs rated for 100,000 hours of continuous use mean that a Mitsubishi Electric Universal LED Upgrade Engine can be expected to deliver up to 11 years of 24/7 operation without further maintenance or replacement parts. Removing the need to replace expensive mercury lamps represents a considerable cost saving, as well as other benefits such as reducing environmental impact

The VS-PE78RU offer a screen brightness up to 1620 cd/m² and contrast ratio of 1600:1, making them ideal for the majority of control room applications. The colour performance of LED is a considerable improvement on conventional mercury illumination. Along with a generally improved image, more accurate colour performance makes it easier for operators to distinguish between the different coloured graphics frequently employed in control room displays, reducing operator fatigue and the likelihood of errors.
Mitsubishi Electric’s patented Colour Space Control and innovative digital graduation feature ensure superb, edge-to-edge colour and brightness uniformity across the entire screen.














 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

Intelligence          (For next feature, click on the 7 Smart logo butttons)
 

Color Space Control Circuit
To compensate for the color and brightness inconsistencies on video wall cubes, Mitsubishi Electric has developed an original Color Space Control Circuit that balances and blends colors.The ratios of each primary color (Red/Green/Blue) and other color mixtures are adjusted to provide consistent color blending and superior uniformity on multi-screen configurations.


Without Color Space Control           With Color Space Control



Digital Gradation Circuit
Loss of brightness at the screen edges is no longer a problem owing to Mitsubishi Electric's innovative digital gradation circuit. The brightness is distributed evenly across the screen, ensuring the reproduction of sharp, vivid images from edge to edge on multi-screen configurations.


Without Digital Gradiation                 With Digital Gradiation

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VS-PE78RU

Available for

The PE78RU universal replacement engine can be used for both 50”and 67” SXGA+ Mitsubishi Electric lamp based cubes as well as for most SXGA+ lamp based cubes from other brands

Resolution

SXGA+ (1400 x 1050 pixels)

Brightness

For 50": 1620cd/m² @Bright Mode, 1140cd/m² @Normal Mode, 770cd/m² @Eco Mode, 300cd/m² @Advanced Eco Mode

For 67": 830cd/m² @Bright Mode, 580cd/m² @Normal Mode, 390cd/m² @Eco Mode, 150cd/m² @Advanced Eco Mode

Contrast ratio

1600 :1

Light source

Redundant LED (RGB)

Light source lifetime

100.000 hrs. in Advanced Eco Mode, 80.000 hrs. in Bright-, Normal-, Eco Mode

Control signal input

RS232C: D-Sub 9pins, LAN: RJ45 x 1, D-Sub 9 pins x 2 (input, output) Mitsubishi original control Link, Wire remote: F3.5 Jack, IR Receiver

Input board slot

Input board slot for optional input board x2

Power consumption

88W@Advanced Eco Mode / 108W@Eco Mode / 147W@Normal Mode (typ.) / 233W@Bright Mode

Thermal dissipation

300 BTU/h@Advanced Eco Mode / 369 BTU/h@Eco Mode / 502 BTU/h@Normal Mode / 795 BTU/h@Bright Mode

Operating current

3.2 / 1.4 Amp

Cooling System

Air cooling system with efficient cooling pipe and aluminum plate (No liquid)

Optional Accessories

Remote control unit R-XL51TX / Analog and/or Digital RGB input board VC-B70DA2 / Video input board VC-B70V2 / Daisy chain board VC-B70DC / SDI input board VC-B70SD1 / Digital RGB Input board VC-B70D2 / LED unit S-78LE / 6-Axis Adjusment tool S-A70E