In today’s modern broadcast control rooms and production studios, display wall projection cubes require the highest image quality possible. Whether you are utilizing the display wall projection cubes for video monitoring or an on air set, Mitsubishi offers key technology to ensure performance and reliability.
Video Monitoring and Production Studio Control Room Key Technologies
Mitsubishi’s 12-bit Dither & Gamma Circuitry produces truly natural gradations, rendering both bright and dark areas for precise half-tone images. This circuit processes frame (time axis) direction and also ensures smoother gradation for all images.
Our Digital Colour Space Control circuit, or digital colour balancing and blending circuit, compensates for colour and brightness discrepancies among the display wall cubes. Mitsubishi’s Colour Space Control circuit can adjust Gain, Red (R), Green (G), and Blue (B) values, in each primary colour (R/G/B) as well as other mixed colours, giving consistent colour blending and brilliance uniformity over multi-screen configurations of the display wall projection cubes
Mitsubishi’s high brightness and contrast ratios, coupled with our SXGA+, Full HD and WUXGA resolutions, razor sharp optics provide the best image possible in display wall projection cubes.
Mitsubishi offers an new LED light source that has an average service life that is approximately 10 times longer than that of conventional ultrahigh-pressure mercury lamps. Combined with the 100,000hr, ultra long service life of our fans, the average service life of Mitsubishi Electric LED display wall cubes is more than 10 years, even when operated 24/7.
Equipped with an original LED power control circuit, each display wall cube can be set to operate in one of four modes (for WE, HE and PE models): Normal, Bright, Eco and Advanced Eco. As a result, command and control room operators can select the brightness according to the environment and use. Mitsubishi Electric LED display wall cubes have multiple picture settings, giving customers the freedom to choose the best setting according to the application and content being displayed. Optimized Colour is best for reproducing natural-looking colours, Vivid Colour realizes more striking colours in icons/symbols, and Low Colour Temperature is ideal for backdrop applications in broadcasting studios.
The LED light source eliminates the use of mercury, and thus helps to preserve the environment. At the same time, the Eco mode setting contributes to lower power consumption and CO2 emissions than display wall cubes that use a conventional ultrahigh-pressure mercury lamp. The LED light source offers a much wider range of colour reproduction, allowing a larger array of vivid colours to be used for the icons and symbols frequently used in command and control rooms. This ultimately makes it easier for command and control room operators to share information.
For a video monitoring control room with limited space or production studio, we offer a series of front access control room display walls. Each front access unit is 100% serviceable from the front and is fully enclosed from the rear enabling the units to be pushed flush back against a wall. Absolutely no space is required behind the display wall for maintenance or ventilation.
You also get Mitsubishi’s proven reliability, which is the best in the industry. And our MTBF (Mean Time between Failures) is second to none. This means the lowest cost of ownership of any DLP® technology display wall projection cube available today.
Benefits for Broadcast environment
Low Cost of Ownership
Due to our reliability, new LED Light Source maintenance saving features, you will enjoy low cost of ownership for the life of the display wall.
Mitsubishi utilizes a sophisticated colour space management circuit that allows fine tuning of colour space to meet stringent colour settings. Because the system can be set to user–defined target colour spaces, the system can automatically adjust colour space to compensate for newly introduced optical components.
12–Bit Dither and Gamma Control Circuitry
This creates truly natural images with excellent colour representation and gradation. In addition, this proprietary circuitry ensures better saturation.
High Brightness and Contrast Ratio
Mitsubishi’s high brightness and contrast ratios provide images that are clear, sharp and easy to read thus reducing eye strain and fatigue for the operators.
LED Light Source Options
LED light source which reduces maintenance costs by eliminating the requirement to replace lamps.
Automatic Intensity Management
The most common cause of colour differences between adjacent screens is brightness intensity differences. Mitsubishi’s Dynamic Brightness Balancing circuitry checks and matches adjacent cubes every 2 seconds to ensure proper intensity matching.
The best protection from downtime is not through redundancy, but through reliability. Mitsubishi Display Wall cubes will prove to be highly reliable components of your control room system.
Mitsubishi Electric Sales Canada can assist you with choosing the most appropriate display wall solution to meet your specific application requirements and budget. Please contact us for more details.