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Mitsubishi to launch new LCD videowall display at InfoComm MEA

Duncan Proctor 14 October 2015
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Mitsubishi Electric has announced its LM55P2 LCD videowall display will be unveiled at InfoComm MEA, which takes place in Dubai, 19-22 October. The combined bezel width is 3.5mm, and it has been designed principally for compact control rooms requiring a cost-effective visualisation solution.

The 55in display delivers Full HD resolution, and when combined in a 2 x 2 configuration, creates a compact 4K (3,840 x 2,160 pixels) display with a single mullion vertically and horizontally.

A built-in Display Port 1.2a input terminal allows individual displays to be daisy-chained via a standard Display Port cable to create a videowall in a 5 x 5 configuration with no external processing required. Multiple inputs can be displayed simultaneously on the screen and the optional OPS slot provides additional versatility. A new VC-LM1HD option supports HDCP long-distance transmission of up to 100m when using the CAT5e cable.

The ultra-narrow bezel display will feature alongside Mitsubishi Electric’s other control room displays and digital CCTV systems at InfoComm MEA 2015. Highlighted will be the 60HS12 ‘Slim Cube’ offering Full HD performance in a compact, front-access format, alongside the 120 Series and its flagship Seventy Series displays. Mitsubishi Electric’s air-cooled LED projection employing DLP technology is said to deliver 24-hour, 365 day operation, and a lifespan of up to 100,000 maintenance-free hours for minimal cost of ownership.

CCTV systems on show at InfoComm MEA will include the new 5000 Series network video recorder and its 7000 Series network cameras, available as indoor box and dome types, and as an IP66-rated outdoor unit. All cameras in the 7000 Series offer Full HD resolution H.264 video over IP and exceptional dynamic range. When used in conjunction with the 5000 Series NVR, advanced processing techniques deliver a strikingly high image quality, even when the subject is strongly backlit or moving rapidly. The 5000 Series NVR can power up to 16 of the 7000 Series cameras over the network (PoE), expandable up to 32.

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InfoComm MEA 2015

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