Occupying its traditional ISE position at the entrance to Hall 2, Mitsubishi Electric is demonstrating high-end display wall solutions aimed at demanding control applications such as intelligent traffic systems (ITS), security, utilities, network management and process control.
Showing for the first time in Europe is the latest LED backlit LCD panel pitched at control room and high-end signage applications. Configured into two 5 x 2 vertical ‘towers’, the new 55in super narrow bezel (SNB) L55P1 offers Full HD performance, LED backlighting and a host of advanced features, among them an Intel OPS slot and compatibility with AMX Device Discovery and Crestron RoomView systems.
The screens deliver up to 700cd/sqm brightness and 3500:1 contrast, combined with anti-reflective screens.
Another European first is the new LED DLP replacement engine, which allows customers to upgrade legacy lamp-based Mitsubishi Display Wall systems to the latest high-brightness LED technology without replacing screens or cabinets. The RPE74U allows existing customers to extend the working life of their current display wall and to reduce its environmental impact and running costs.
At the centre of the stand are three large display wall systems depicting typical Mitsubishi Electric applications. A curved wall of 72in Seventy Series LED cubes is flanked by a 6 x 2 installation of Mitsubishi’s L55HM LCD displays and a 4 x 2 rear projection cube display wall.
The 55in tiled LCD display wall is being demonstrated in conjunction with an ME multiView X omnium processor and used to stream IP video. On the other side of the stand, the 4 x 2 72in rear projection cube wall is demonstrating a typical data application of the sort commonly found in process control and factory automation applications.
Stand: 2-A24, 2-A25, 2-A36