The next generation of Mitsubishi Electric’s 120 Series DLP rear projection cubes, designed for high-performance, high-reliability applications, is on show at this year’s ISE alongside the company’s most advanced LCD videowall system.
The VS-WE120U DLP cube projection engine, due to be available mid-2016, is the next-generation engine for Mitsubishi’s 120 Series system. The new WUXGA/1080p projector combines the WE optical system from Mitsubishi’s Seventy Series and its 120 Series chassis.
Several new features include true 100,000 hour maintenance-free lifespan in all brightness modes, improved contrast ratio, colour and brightness, redundant power supply and six times redundant LED elements. The cube also features DisplayPort 1.2 and Pro-IP capability via built-in OPS slot.
Also on show, Mitsubishi’s LM55P2 Ultra Narrow Bevel LCD display features a 3.5mm bezel and an impressive range of built-in capabilities. The 55in displays deliver full HD resolution. When combined in a 2 x 2 configuration, they create a compact 4K (3,840 x 2,160 pixels) display with only a single mullion vertically and horizontally.
The LM55P2 is therefore aimed at applications where high resolution images need to be viewed across the entire display, such as surveillance, process or traffic monitoring. A built-in Display Port 1.2a input terminal allows individual displays to be daisy-chained via a standard Display Port cable to create displays of up to 5 x 5 configuration with no external processing required.
Multiple inputs can be displayed simultaneously on the screen. Additional versatility is afforded by the optional OPS slot. A new VC-LM1HD option supports HDCP long-distance transmission of up to 100m when using the CAT5e cable.
The Mitsubishi Electric stand also features a range of CCTV surveillance systems and live application demonstrations with a number of vendors such as Bilfinger Mauell, Advantech and Datapath.
Stand: 2-A24, 2-A25, 2-A36