A fleet of new and updated control room display products is being showcased at ISE 2018 by Mitsubishi Electric. The centrepiece of the company’s presence is a full-size control room simulation featuring the newly released NPP direct view LED screen.
At over 11m in width, the NPP control room display at ISE 2018 is the largest yet shown in public, claims the company, providing an ‘impressive’ demonstration of the capabilities of the newest technologies to be added to Mitsubishi’s portfolio of professional control room displays.
The company claims its VS-15NP160 (15-NP) is the first direct view LED display to be designed specifically for the command and control market. Over three years in development, the 15-NP incorporates many of the proprietary technologies found in Mitsubishi Electric’s DLP videowall range, plus several new patented features intended to optimise performance and longevity in control room applications.
Complementing the NPP display are several examples of Mitsubishi’s core DLP control room videowalls, including its 60HS12 Slimcube, and the latest version of the 72in 72WE120 DLP cube.
Another major launch for ISE 2018 is a new suite of visualisation and management software. Designed for native IP network-based command and control display architectures, the S-SF software suite enables network-based display systems to operate more efficiently and with greater scalability, claims Mitsubishi.
The LCD product range has been extended with the addition of new high-brightness versions of the 55in LCD control room display, the LM55P2. On show at ISE, the company claims the LM55P2 is ideal for compact control room applications such as CCTV monitoring or crisis suites.