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Multiple Mitsubishi cubes make massive impact

Paddy Baker 31 January 2017
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A new addition to Mitsubishi Electric Europe’s well-established fleet of DLP rear projection videowall cubes has a dramatic presence at ISE 2017.

Available in WUXGA (16:10 62in and 72in diagonal) or Full HD (16:9 60in and 70in diagonal), a massive 8 x 2 videowall of the 72in WUXGA model is being demonstrated at the show.

WE120 cubes offer a minimum 100,000 hours of continuous operation in all brightness modes. At 11.3 years of 24/7 operation, Mitsubishi Electric claims this is currently the longest rated lifespan of any DLP cube on the market, by a significant margin. In addition, its nominal power consumption of 77W makes it currently the industry’s most power-efficient.

Mitsubishi’s proprietary air-cooled projection engine requires no servicing, removing the need for expensive maintenance and dramatically reducing the total cost of ownership.

Integration is simplified thanks to the Display Port 1.2 (4K2K Input/daisy chain ready) input, and the inclusion of an Intel OPS slot makes the 120 Series displays ideal for Pro-IP based systems.

The LED light source offers 6X redundancy for total reliability and delivers up to 1160cd/sqm brightness. Four preset brightness modes allow the optimum balance of performance and energy efficiency in a wide variety of applications.

120 Series displays include advanced Smart 7 features to ensure accurate colour and brightness balance is maintained across the entire video wall automatically. Digital graduation and colour space control ensure screen uniformity and colour reproduction.

Stand: 2-A24, 2-A25, 2-A36

www.mitsubishielectric-displaysolutions.com

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