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Mitsubishi Electric to launch two new cubes at ISE 2015
Mitsubishi Electric returns to its traditional landmark presence at the entrance to Hall 2 for ISE 2015. A strong line-up of control room display technologies, including two new DLP rear projection cubes, is complemented by a number of real-world application examples demonstrated in conjunction with industry partners such as Bilfinger Mauell, Datapath, Advantech, and Matrox Graphics, which will utilise examples of IP camera and digital video recording technology from Mitsubishi Electric’s own security products division.
ISE 2015 sees the European launch of two new control room display systems. Mitsubishi Electric will introduce its slim profile DLP rear projection cube at the show, designed for demanding 24/7 control room applications requiring the highest quality seamless displays in a compact format. The VS-60HS12 is based on Mitsubishi’s unique air-cooled LED projection engine, delivering up to 50,000 hour lifespan with no maintenance.
Also launched at ISE 2015 will be an entirely new range of DLP rear projection cubes. The new LED-lit 120 Series displays are designed for budget-conscious control room applications requiring a high-performance, low-maintenance bezel-less display. 120 Series displays are equipped with open pluggable specification (OPS) slots for maximum versatility and compatibility with leading third-party solutions.
Mitsubishi Electric’s presence at ISE 2015 will also feature Mitsubishi’s flagship display wall cube system, the Seventy Series, in the shape of 72" WUXGA VS-72WE cubes featuring its recently upgraded 78 Series LED projection engines. Its tiled LCD control room display options will be represented by the 55" LM55P1 and LM55S1 models.
Other innovative products on show include Mitsubshi’s LED replacement cube engine, which allows existing customers to replace conventionally-lit display walls with the latest LED technology for improved performance and dramatically reduced cost of ownership.
8th December 2014
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