New widescreen LED display wall cubes from Mitsubishi launched at ISE 2011

Mitsubishi Electric will launch three new LED-lit widescreen DLP™ display wall cubes at Integrated Systems Europe 2011. Available in 16:10 (WUXGA) and 16:9 (Full HD) formats, the latest additions to the company’s flagship Seventy Series display wall range feature energyefficient LED light sources, a unique heat pipe cooling system and extreme long-life fans. With expected lifetimes of 80,000 hours for the light source and over 100,000 hours for fan packs, the new Mitsubishi LED display wall cubes offer the ultimate in low total cost of ownership.

The new 72” and 62” WUXGA, and 70” Full HD Seventy Series LED cubes offer a choice of screen materials and are available in front or rear access versions. Mitsubishi’s LED display wall system offers significant operational and environmental benefits as well as economic ones. 3 power settings – ‘Bright’, ‘Normal’ or ‘Eco’ – allow users to select the most efficient operating mode. At 220W, ‘Normal’ mode power consumption is the lowest of any LED cube. Operating in ‘Eco’ mode reduces this still further, to just 180W.

The wider gamut of Mitsubishi’s LED light source delivers richer colours and a more uniform screen brightness compared to conventionally-lit cubes.

Along with its exceptional lifetime, removing the need for consumables such as mercury lamps and colour wheels means less waste and less environmental impact. Mitsubishi’s LED display wall cube offers superb colour stability over its expected lifetime of more than 9 years of continuous operation.

Mitsubishi Electric’s Seventy Series is arguably the most comprehensive display system available from any manufacturer; a range of professional displays that include both DLP™ cubes and super narrow bezel LCD panels, each sharing a common architecture and design concept. Like the other displays in the Seventy Series range, the new 16:10 and 16:9 LED display wall cubes come with a range of optional input boards that allow the user to easily configure the system to their precise requirements. Options include built-in image processing that allows sophisticated multi-input display walls to be created without the need for an external processor. The input options include DVI, VGA, composite and component video, SDI and HDSDI. A total of six source windows can be shown on each display cube. Sources may be supplied to all cubes via an optional daisy chain card, allowing larger windows to be displayed over the entire wall or arranged in individual windows as required. For more complicated applications, Seventy Series displays can be used with Mitsubishi’s VC-X3000 processor and D-Wall software suite to create an extremely powerful turnkey display system. The D-Wall client is now available for both Windows and iOS platforms –

Other innovative display products on show at ISE 2011 will include Mitsubishi’s Diamond Vision OLED – the world’s only scalable large-screen OLED display system – and a new range of professional LCD touch panel interfaces. For more information, visit http://displays.mitsubishielectric.eu

For more information

Peter van Dijk
Mitsubishi Electric Europe B.V.
Nijverheidsweg 23a,
3641RP Mijdrecht
The Netherlands
Tel: +31 (0)297 282461
Fax: +31 (0)297 283936

Carla Quartley
Marketing Manager
Mitsubishi Electric Europe B.V.
Travellers Lane, Hatfield, Hertfordshire,
AL10 8XB, England
Tel +44 (0)1707 278998
E. displays [at] meuk.mee.com
W. http://displays.mitsubishielectric.eu

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Source: Mitsubishi Electric Europe