Designed specifically for control room and other demanding indoor visualisation applications, Mitsubishi’s new narrow pixel pitch (NPP) display was over two years in development.
The 130in diagonal screen on show at ISE 2017 delivers Full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, and is composed of individual LED units measuring 480mm x 540mm.
The as-yet unnamed display offers direct view LED, delivering an impressive light output and contrast from a 90mm depth slim form factor. The new screen is based on a 1.5mm pitch, 3-in-1 SMD LED package and has several patented features that make it 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 anti-burn feature ensuring that LED luminance and chromaticity remains uniform over the lifetime 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 optimise power consumption and reduce operator eye-fatigue.
Mitsubishi has incorporated the Natural Color Matrix system found in its DLP products into the new LED screen, plus a specially developed two-dimensional noise reduction system to reduce visible noise in compressed content such as MPEG video.
Larger displays can be easily created by adding more LED units.
Stand: 2-A24, 2-A25, 2-A36