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Get the bigger picture with Mitsubishi Electric: New wall cubes released for large scale, high quality image display

  • 03 August, 2005 15:10

<p>SYDNEY 3 August, 2005 – Control rooms are suddenly seeing things a whole lot clearer, with the introduction of Mitsubishi Electric’s new 50” and 67” display wall cubes. The new wall cubes use DLP technology and can be formed in varying configurations of up to 64 cubes.</p>
<p>The new wall cubes are ideally suited to control rooms and monitoring environments that require continual operation. These include government and defence environments, as well as airports, electricity stations, sewerage treatment plants, railway networks and major motorways.</p>
<p>The cubes are also suitable for large scale displays in corporate foyers, sporting stadiums, concerts and hospitality venues like pubs and clubs – just imagine watching the next big game at your local on a display wall that can be up to 46 square metres in size. Now that’s big!</p>
<p>Richard Freggi, General Manager, Mitsubishi Electric Australia Digital Electronics, said, “This is a different and unique product. While there are similar products available using other display technologies like LCD and plasma, the DLP technology in our wall cubes provide unrivalled image quality and versatility. We believe that DLP technology is the only display technology that is truly suited to large screen 24/7 applications.”</p>
<p>The DLP technology means the wall cubes are suitable for use 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Many other similar wall cube products use LCD or CRT technologies, making them prone to image burn-in, particularly with static images.</p>
<p>Other key features of the wall cubes include:
• Colour Space Control: for consistent colour blending and brilliance uniformity over multi-screen configurations of display wall cubes.
• Dynamic Brightness Balancing: a built-in brightness sensor to keep uniform brightness of multi configurations over the period of operation, measuring every two seconds.
• Smart Lamp: the lamp unit of each cube stores its own colour characteristics, so when a replacement lamp is placed into an existing display wall, the unit communicates with the other cubes and performs the Colour Space Control adjustment.
• Smart Colourwheel: the colour wheel unit of each display cube stores its own colour characteristics, automatically performing Colour Space Control adjustment when replaced within an installed display wall.</p>
<p>Interested parties should contact Mitsubishi Electric for more details on availability and pricing.</p>
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<p>About Mitsubishi Electric Australia
With more than 30 years of experience in providing reliable, high-quality products to both corporate clients and general consumers, Mitsubishi Electric Australia is a recognised leader in the marketing and sales of electrical and electronic equipment used in information processing and communications, space development and satellite communications, consumer electronics, industrial technology, energy and transportation. The company has offices in the major states and recorded total revenue of $228 million in the year ended March 31, 2005.</p>
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<p>For more information, please contact:
Angela Eggleton
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T: 02 9956 5733</p>

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