Mitsubishi Electric returns to IFSEC for 2016 with an impressive line-up of video wall display systems, designed to deliver total reliability in mission-critical control room applications. Mitsubishi’s expertise ranges from security and utilities management, public transport networks, telecommunications, aerospace, factory automation and government facilities. Over 71,000 Mitsubishi Electric displays have been installed worldwide to date, enabling operators to keep ‘eyes-on’ in applications ranging from small crisis suites to vast control rooms.
At IFSEC 2016, held this week at London’s ExCel exhibition centre, Mitsubishi Electric showcased just a small selection of its extensive product portfolio of videowall displays. The 60” 60HS12 ‘Slim cube’ provides a high-end, yet cost-effective DLP™ display solution for compact control rooms. Occupying 40% less space than a conventional DLP system, the 60HS12 delivers 50,000 hours of continuous, 24/7 operation and is completely maintenance free. The 60HS12 is just one of the DLP systems available from Mitsubishi Electric. Its 120 Series and Seventy Series range of high-end DLP displays feature an impressive specification list and incredible lifespans of over 11 years of maintenance-free, continuous 24/7 operation.
For less demanding applications, LCD is a good choice, and here too Mitsubishi Electric leads the market with fully-featured yet compact video walls that can be installed virtually anywhere. On show at IFSEC 2016 was Mitsubishi Electric’s latest 55” LCD display, the LM55P2. Featuring an ultra narrow bezel of just 3mm, the LM55P2 offers a wealth of features including built-in processing that enables sophisticated multi-window video walls to be created with no external processing required.