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LED Display Wall
120 Series
New Wide-format LED Display Wall
Cubes Guarantee High Performance
and Quality
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Smart 7 - New Technology Features for Market-Leading
Large Display Wall Systems
The key to visual communications can be found in Mitsubishi
Electric’s Smart 7 technologies, the core concept behind display
wall design at Mitsubishi Electric. These advanced cuttingedge technologies are incorporated in all 120 Series products,
ensuring innovative display solutions for command and control
room applications.
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Designed with LED light source and DLPTM to realize a more advanced display wall for 24/7
continuous operations
The new Mitsubishi Electric 120 Series LED rear-projection display wall cubes
further enhances our ability to offer robust solutions to meet diverse customer needs in
mission-critical applications.
NTT West Kobe IOC CenterAn
Expanded Offering in LED Rear-Projection Cube with Wide 16:9
Format Offering to Meet Increasing Customer Demands
An expansive line of 60” and 70” wide 16:9 format in
full HD are now available both front or rear-access.
They can come with standard black stripe or optional
cross-lenticular screens to give flexible brightness
and viewing angle options that fit any installation. The
vast choices allow our customers more flexibility in
building the optimal display wall custom-matched to
their application requirement.
16:9 wide format
70”
60”
*All Mitsubishi Electric display wall cubes are manufactured using seismic simulation
which was performed at the product design stage.
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DLPTM Technology for the Ultimate in High Quality and Digital Control
The key to visual communications can be found in Mitsubishi
Electric’s Smart 7 technologies, the core concept behind
display wall design at Mitsubishi Electric. These advanced
cutting-edge technologies are incorporated in all 120 Series
products, ensuring innovative display solutions for command
and control room applications.
*DLP and the DLP medallion logo are registered
trademarks of Texas Instruments in the United
States of America.
Consistent High-quality Images
Full digital control of color and gradation at every
micromirror results in images with consistently high
picture quality and uniform color and brightness, even
between the center and edges of the display wall.
Time-division multiplexing
Red LED
To the screen
High Reliability
Projection lens
Green LED
DLPTM chip
The DLPTM chip is a reflective device with a very high
reflection ratio, thus very little energy remains on the chip
itself. This characteristic allows still images, text data and
other fixed patterns to be displayed for long periods of
time without image retention or burn-in that occurs with
other image processing methods.
Blue LED
LED Light Source Advantages
Virtually Maintenance Free
Proven Performance
An LED light source has an average service life that is approximately 10
times longer than that of conventional ultra high-pressure mercury lamps.
Combined with the 100,000hr, ultralong 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.
Over 72,000 Mitsubishi Electric display wall products have been
installed in mission-critical command and control rooms around the
world. Our new LED projection engines are developed through our
deep understanding and experience gained from the market and
listening closely to our customers’ needs.
*As of November 2013, in-house research.
*Service life figures not guaranteed.
Wider Color Reproduction Range
The LED light source offers a much wider
range of color reproduction, allowing a
larger array of vivid colors 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.
Multiple Picture Settings
0.80
0.70
0.60
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 Color is best for reproducing natural looking colors, Vivid
Color realizes more striking colors in icons/symbols, and Low Color
Temperature is ideal for backdrop applications in broadcasting
studios.
LED light
source range
Lamp light
source range
0.50
0.40
0.30
0.20
0.10
0
0.10 0.20 0.30 0.40 0.50 0.60 0.70
Color reproduction range illustration
Choice of Three Brightness Modes
Eco-conscious
Equipped with an original LED power control circuit, each display
wall product can be set to operate in one of three operating modes,
Bright, Normal and Eco, that is most appropriate for the intended
application.
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 ultra high-pressure mercury lamp.
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Durability
Air Cooling System for LED Light Source
Liquid Cooling Systems
Efficient Air Cooling System Realizes Higher Reliability
Pump/Drive parts are required to circulate the liquid
The system has an optimal airflow path and cooling module design that
are perfectly matched to the characteristics of the LED light source.
Complex system requiring liquid reservoir and tubes or pipe fittings
Cooling module for green
Cooling module for red
Coolant must be replaced frequently due to deteriorationand loss.
Pump has a short service life (approx. 50,000hr)
Optical engine
Air Cooling System
Highly efficient, compact cooling module
No moving parts, less frequent or no replacements required
Cooling module for blue
Longer service life
*The cooling module consists of a highly efficient cooling tube and aluminum plate.
Intelligence
Equipped with Original Mitsubishi Electric Imaging Technologies
for Creating and Sustaining the Best Images on Multiple Displays
Color Space Control Circuit
Digital Gradation Circuit
Loss of brightness at the screen edges is no longer a problem
due to Mitsubishi Electric’s innovative digital gradation circuit.
Brightness is distributed evenly across the screen, ensuring the
reproduction of sharp, vivid images from edge to edge on multiscreen configurations.
To compensate for the color and brightness inconsistencies on display wall
cubes, Mitsubishi Electric has developed an original Color Space Control
Circuit that balances and blends colors.The ratios of each primary color
(red/green/blue) and other color mixtures are adjusted to provide consistent
color blending and superior uniformity on multi-screen configurations.
without Color Space Control
with Color Space Control
without digital gradation
with digital gradation
Auto-balancing
Brightness and Color Uniformity Maintained between Multiple Screens
Realizing More Expressive Images
Dynamic Color & Brightness Balancing
4-screen multi-image example
Each display wall cube is equipped with three built-in sensors (one for each primary
color) that use a color and brightness maintenance algorithm. The sensors continually
monitor the individual red, green and blue output of each display wall cube, share the
data with adjacent cubes, and adjust performance automatically to produce extremely
accurate colors and brightness balance over the entire display. These features make it
possible to maintain image uniformity on multi-screen configurations over long periods
of operation without using external software or a computer.
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100%
Brightness
50%
Adjustment time
As expressed by the black line,
brightness and white balance of
all four screens are controlled continuously.
Easy Set-up
Full Front Access for Simple Maintenance
Mitsubishi Electric offers a wide line-up of front-access products as well as rear access for 60 and 70-inch models. The specially designed slide-andlift screen and air-ventilation system allow all installation and maintenance work to be completed from the front. As a result, no maintenance space is
needed behind the display wall cubes even if they are tiled as a display wall installation.
No space is needed behind a display wall
Flexibility
Equipped with Intel® OPS Slot
120 Series display wall cubes are equipped with an open pluggable specification
(OPS) slot. Simply install an optional computer board* to expand the scope of
applications. A variety of peripheral devices can also be connected quickly and
easily for future system expansion.
*For details of the optional computer board, please contact your nearest Mitsubishi Electric sales representative.
Internal Processing
Built-in Processor
The 120 Series display wall cubes are equipped
with an internal data processing function. In
addition to the background image (desktop), a
window can be of any size or displayed across the
entire wall without using an external computer.
Used in combination with Mitsubishi Electric’s
D-Wall software suite, the entire imaging system
can be controlled intuitively from a user-friendly
graphical user interface.
up1 background (desktop)
1 window + 1 background (desktop)
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Redundancy
Ideal Features for Mission-critical Environment
Smart Switch
Redundant LED
A “Smart Switch” function has been added to Mitsubishi Electric display
wall cubes to deliver the signal redundancy necessary for missioncritical applications that require round-the-clock operation. If a signal is
unexpectedly lost, the display wall automatically switches to the alternative
signal source from port-to-port within seconds after the ‘no signal’ status is
detected. This function makes it possible for the user to minimize downtime
in the event of a signal source failure.
Mitsubishi Electric’s original LED light source utilizes the ideal combination
of fully redundant RGB LEDs and air cooling system, creating perfect
display solutions for 24hr operations. Each RGB LED maintains high image
quality even if a light element malfunctions, thereby enhancing reliability for
various mission-critical environments
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Specifications
Abbreviated model name
60HE120
60HEF120
Screen size
Full HD(1920 x 1080 pixels)
Accessibility
Rear
Front
Technology
Viewing angle
Rear
DLP™ technology (0.65" DLP™ 1 chip) / Dark Chip3™ / Brilliant Color™ (*1)
760cd/m2 (Typ.)
560cd/m2 (Typ.)
Normal mode
590cd/m2 (Typ.)
430cd/m2 (Typ.)
Eco mode
430cd/m2 (Typ.)
310cd/m2 (Typ.)
Advanced Eco mode
120cd/m2 (Typ.)
90cd/m2 (Typ.)
Horizontal
1/2 gain: ±35 deg, 1/10 gain: ±57 deg
Vertical
1/2 gain: ±10 deg, 1/10 gain: ±28 deg
1500:1(Typ.)
Horizontal
0.2 - 1.5mm (*2)
1.0 - 2.5mm (*2)
0.2 - 2.0mm (*2)
1.0 - 3.0mm (*2)
Vertical
0.2 - 1.0mm (*2)
1.0 - 2.0mm (*2)
0.2 - 1.5mm (*2)
1.0 - 2.5mm (*2)
Light source
Redundant LED(RGB)
Expected lifetime (*3)
Key parts lifetime (average)
Front
Bright mode
Contrast ratio
Screen-to-screen gap
70HEF120
70”
Native resolution
Brightness
70HE120
60”
100,000hr (Advanced Eco mode)
80,000hr (Normal mode, Eco mode), 60,000hrs (Bright mode)
DLPTM chip
100,000hr (MTBF 650,000hr)
Cooling fan
100,000hr
Control signal input
RS-232C: Dsub9
LAN: RJ45(10BASE-T/100BASE-TX)
Dsub9 x 2(IN/OUT)
Mitsubishi Electric Original Control Link
Wire remote: F3.5 jack
IR receiver
Signal input terminal
DVI-I (digital with HDCP, analog) x1
DVI-D (digital with HDCP) x1
DisplayPort (DP1.1a) x1 (*4)
Optional input board slot
Power consumption
(w/o input board)
Intel OPS slotx1
Bright mode
172W (Typ.)
Normal mode
131W (Typ.)
Eco mode
95W (Typ.)
Advanced Eco mode
80W (Typ.)
Voltage range
100-240VAC±10%,50/60Hz±1Hz
Operating current (100/240V)
Operating conditions
2.5/1.2Amp.
Temperature
10-35°C.Degree
(50-95°F.Degree)
10-30°C.Degree
(50-86°F.Degree)
85kg/188lb
91kg/201lb
Humidity
Weight
Model number
10-35°C.Degree
(50-95°F.Degree)
10-30°C.Degree
(50-86°F.Degree)
20-80% non-condensing
Projection engine
101kg/223lb
106kg/234lb
VS-HE120U
Cabinet
S-60HE75CA
S-60HE75CAF
S-70HE75CA
S-70HE75CAF
Screen unit
SC-60HE75U
SC-60HE75UF
SC-70HE75U
SC-70HE75UF
(*1) DLP™, DarkChip3™ and BrilliantColor™ are trademarks of Texas Instruments.
(*2) Depending on configuration and environment. The maximum screen-to-screen gap size is recommended for large display walls to allow for screen expansion due to heat and humidity.
(*3) The lifetime of LED light source is an estimated value, not guaranteed. The estimated lifetime: Temperature condition during operation is 77°F/25°C. At 95°F/35°C, LED lifetime in Bright mode is 60,000hr.
(*4) Displayport is a trademark of Video Electronics Standards Association.
(*5) Specifications subject to change without prior notice.
Optional Cross-lenticular Screen upon special request
Abbreviated model name with optional Cross-lenticular
Screen
Model number for optional Cross-lenticular Screen
Brightness with optional
Cross-lenticular Screen
Viewing angle with optional
Cross-lenticular Screen
60HE120L
SC-60HE75L
60HEF120L
70HE120L
SC-60HE75LF
SC-70HE75L
70HEF120L
SC-70HE75LF
Bright mode
390cd/m2 (Typ.)
290cd/m2 (Typ.)
Normal mode
300cd/m2 (Typ.)
220cd/m2 (Typ.)
Eco mode
220cd/m2 (Typ.)
160cd/m2 (Typ.)
Advanced Eco mode
60cd/m2 (Typ.)
40cd/m2 (Typ.)
Horizontal
1/2 gain: ±35 deg, 1/10 gain: ±57 deg
Vertical
1/2 gain: ±33 deg, 1/10 gain: ±55 deg
* For the model names and brightness figures with Black Bead screen option, please consult with a Mitsubishi Electric sales representative.
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16:9 wide format
60HE120
60HEF120
1333.5
255
257
1007
750
1005
750
1333.5
102.1
1335
1336
797.1
70HE120
887.1
70HEF120
1548
1147
273
274
1145
870.5
870.5
1548
1550
298
897
1551
298
962
*The design and measurements are subject to change without notice.
*All pictures shown are for illustrative purposes only.
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC
VISUAL AND IMAGING SYSTEMS
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC SALES
CANADA, INC.
LIT120SERIES_r01-16
New publication effective Sep. 2014.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Professional Product Sales
Phone: 888.307.0309
www.mitsubishi-displaywall.com
Display & Imaging Solutions Division
Phone: 905.475.7728
www.mitsubishielectric.ca
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