James Chan of Mitsubishi Electric
World-leading manufacturer of high quality and reliable display wall visualisation solutions, Mitsubishi Electric, is here at the ITS World Congress Detroit to highlight important new innovations, including its Mitsubishi Cube and its super narrow bezel LED backlit LCD Monitor ranges. The company, which has over 1,500 installations worldwide, boasting over 45,000 screens installed, was the first manufacturer to introduce DLP technology in applications for critical environments that operate 24/7.
A major feature of the Mitsubishi booth is the 78 Series Modular LED display wall cubes for true 24/7 continuous operations, which offers a variety of front and rear access projection display wall cubes with zero bezel, perfect for smooth, continuous operation, 24/7 large scale visualisation and collaboration work.
Ideal for installations in control rooms and network operations centres, Mitsubishi Cubes range from 50” to 80” in diagonal screen sizes, boasting resolutions ranging from XGA to WUXGA in standard 4:3 or wide-screen display formats. With unique modular design, screens, matching cabinets and display engines, Mitsubishi points out that its display wall cubes can be independently selected, and assembled for optimal performance, customised for the operating environment for which they were designed.
Meanwhile, Mitsubishi Electric’s range of 46” – 55” full HD commercial-use LCD panels with super-narrow bezels feature gaps as small as 5.3mm when tiled together in a matrix display wall. According to the company, this line-up of super narrow bezel LED backlit LCD monitors are the answer to multi-display tiling needs from digital signage to mission critical command and control applications and everything in between. The company says its matrix tiled monitors are feature rich and offer the durability required in long term usage applications.