Mitsubishi Electric has launched the latest version of its high-end LCD videowall system at ISE 2020. The LM55P4 is the latest iteration of Mitsubishi Electric’s flagship 55in professional-grade LCD monitor, which has been successfully employed in a wide variety of mission-critical control room installations around the world.
The LM55P4 offers an improved visual experience when used in videowall applications thanks to the greatly reduced bezel width compared to earlier versions. At just 0.44mm, the obtrusive gaps between individual LCD tiles are virtually eliminated to create a near-seamless display. LM55P4 provides an attractive, high-specification and cost-effective alternative to DLP videowalls where installation space is limited. Designed and built in Japan to the same exacting standards as its DLP rear projection systems, the LM55P4 is aimed at the most demanding applications where long-term reliability and low maintenance are key considerations.
The LM55P4 offers Full HD (1,920 x 1,080 pixel) performance and is rated for 100,000 hours operation. High brightness and contrast, together with an anti-glare screen surface makes it an excellent choice for small control rooms, breakout suites or meeting rooms. Built-in dynamic brightness controls ensure screens are always perfectly colour balanced and tiling compensation ensures accurate screen geometry is maintained. LM55P4 is equipped with an OPS slot for extended functionality and features DisplayPort (1.2a), HDMI (HDR supported), DVID (with HDCP) and analogue video inputs. Monitors can be daisy-chained together via DisplayPort to create simple videowall applications with no external controller required.