Mitsubishi Electric Asia Pte Ltd

VS 67XLF50U

VS 67XLF50U
50" or 67" size XGA model which need no back space for servicing and maintenance.

Features

  • High Contrast: The combination of Mitsubishi's original high quality new optical system, the super contrast black stripe screen, and 12 degree DLP™ Chip (with black metal coating) realizes an outstanding contrast ratio of 1600:1. With the high contrast, Mitsubishi display wall cubes can achieve clear sharp images with rich colors.' 


    FD10 Series 300:1 XL50 Series 1600:1
  • High Brightness: With Mitsubishi's original optical system equipped with the brightness optimization mechanism, Mitsubishi display wall cubes are designed for maximum light output efficiency, and can provide high brightness, 1000cd/m2 for 50" size and 500cd/m2 for 67" size (both at Bright Mode).
    This high brightness especially gives us more flexibility to balance the brightness over multi configurations of the display wall cubes.
  • No Burn In: DLP™ Chip is a reflective device and is not affected by heat absorption, even when projecting a fixed pattern over long period of time. Consequently on image retention or burn in with statistic images occurs.
    Mitsubishi display wall cubes are specifically designed for reliability even under severest conditions such as control room, network operation centre, and command centre applications. 


    Burn In No Burn In
  • Color Space Control: Industry proven and Mitsubishi's original Digital Color Space Control circuit, or digital color balancing and blending circuit, compensates for color and brightness discrepancies among the display wall cubes. Especially, Mitsubishi's Color Space Control circuit can adjust gain for Red (R), Green (G), and Blue (B) values in each primary color (R/G/B) as well as other mixed colors, giving consistent color blending and brilliance uniformity over multi screen configurations of the display wall cubes. 


    Without CSC Color
    Balancing & Blending
    With CSC Color
    Balancing & Blending
  • Dynamic Brightness Balancing: Each Mitsubishi display wall cube is equipped with a built-in brightness sensor (the brightness is measured every 2 seconds) and Dynamic Brightness Balancing circuit can keep the brightness uniformity of multi configurations of display wall cubes over the period of operation time by communicating the measured brightness data with other display wall cubes. 

     

  • Smart Lamp: The lamp unit of each Mitsubishi display wall cube stores its own color characteristics. This function is more effective when replacing a lamp unit within an already installed display wall. Upon replacement, the display wall cube which has the new lamp unit sends the data to communicate with the other display wall cubes and perform the Color Space Control adjustment.
  • Smart Colorwheel: The color wheel unit of each Mitsubishi display wall cube stores its own color characteristics. This function is more effective when replacing a color wheel within an already installed display wall. Upon replacement, the display wall cube which has the new color wheel unit immediately recognizes the characteristics differences from the old one, and automatically adjusts the best colors matching to the colors of other display wall cubes as same as before.
  • Digital Gradation Circuit: Mitsubishi's original Digital Gradation Circuit can elevate the brightness level on the edges of a screen, where usually the brightness goes down, in order to ensure the optimum brightness distribution and uniformity over multi configurations of the display wall cubes. 

     

  • 12 Bit Dither & Gamma Circuit: Mitsubishi's original 12 Bit Dither & Gamma Circuit enables the expressions of truly natural gradation 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.
  • Two Brightness Modes: Mitsubishi display wall cubes have two brightness modes to give the customers flexibility to choose the modes in order to suit the environment or applications in which Mitsubishi display wall cubes are operated. Under Bright Mode, the customers can expect more brightness with lass lamp life, and under Normal Mode, the customers can expect moderate brightness with longer lamp life time.
  • Front Viewable Status LED: Mitsubishi display wall cubes have Mitsubishi's original self diagnosis system, and the service status LED is equipped on the back. In addition to the service status LED on the back, Mitsubishi display wall cubes have front viewable status LEDs, with which the customers can easily recognize major problems by the flashing patterns, through the screens.
  • Optional Input & Scaling Board: The Optional Input & Scaling Board gives the customers the abilities to display data and graphics up to UXGA (Horizontal: 1600 pixels / Vertical: 1200 pixels), although Mitsubishi display wall cubes accept the data and graphics up to SXGA+ (Horizontal: 1400 pixels / Vertical: 1050 pixels) without the board. The board has the maximum scaling capability up to 32 x 32. The customers can place the data and graphics seamlessly, and divide or scale up as indicated in the sample patterns below. With the full digital connections with DVI-D connectors, the display wall cubes can be daisy chained up to 16 cubes. 

     

  • Thin Mullion & Low Reflective Screen: The black matt finish surface screen with super high contrast can minimize reflections from room lighting. With a gap between the screens of 1mm or less (2 mm or less: VS-50XLF50U/VS-67XL50U/VS-67XLW50U), there are no missing pixels when a picture spans 2 adjacent display wall cubes.
  • Space Saving & Light Weight Design: Due to the short-throw distance designed optical system and 1-time mirror reflection, the depth of the display wall cubes is dramatically reduced. With the light weight design, Mitsubishi display wall cubes can be stacked with 5 high and horizontally no limitations (VS-50XL50U/VS-50XLW50U) and with 4 high and horizontally no limitations (VS-50XLF50U/VS-67XL50U/VS-67XLW50U) without any supporting structures.

Specifications

Technology 1-DLP™ chip (0.7")
Screen Size 67" (1015mm X 761mm)
Screen to Screen Gap 0.2-2.0 mm (typ.) *2
Native Resolution 1024 x 768 pixels (XGA)
Brightness Bright: 500 cd/m2 (typical)
Normal: 400 cd/m2 (typical)
Contrast Ratio 1600:1 (typical)
Color Reproduction 16.7 million
Lamp System Lamp High pressure lamp
Average Lamp Life 6000 Hrs(Bright Mode) / 10000 Hrs Normal Mode *2
Input Scanning Frequency Horizontal: 31.5 - 78.0 kHz;
Vertical: 49 - 85 Hz
Analog RGB Signal Input RGB Signal Level: 0.7VP-P positive / 75 ohm
Synchronous: TTL level (positive/negative)
Sync On Green
Digital RGB Signal Input TMDS (DVI-D x 1)
Control Signal Input/Output RS-232C: D-SUB 9 pin
Mitsubishi original control link:D-SUB 9pins x 2 (input,output)
Wire remote: F3.5 Jack
IR Receiver
Power Consumption 195/195 W
Power AC 100-240V ±10%, 50/60Hz ±1 Hz
Temperature and Humidity (10-30°C) 20-80% non-condensing
Weight 90 kg

*1: Depending on configuration and environment. 1.0mm recommended for large walls to allow for expanding due to heat and humidity.
*2: The average value lamp life is an average value that we, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, obtained as a result of our original verification. This value is a reference value, not guaranteed.

 

Dimension

 

Configuration Size Chart


Related Information

  • High Contrast: The combination of Mitsubishi's original high quality new optical system, the super contrast black stripe screen, and 12 degree DLP™ Chip (with black metal coating) realizes an outstanding contrast ratio of 1600:1. With the high contrast, Mitsubishi display wall cubes can achieve clear sharp images with rich colors.' 


    FD10 Series 300:1 XL50 Series 1600:1
  • High Brightness: With Mitsubishi's original optical system equipped with the brightness optimization mechanism, Mitsubishi display wall cubes are designed for maximum light output efficiency, and can provide high brightness, 1000cd/m2 for 50" size and 500cd/m2 for 67" size (both at Bright Mode).
    This high brightness especially gives us more flexibility to balance the brightness over multi configurations of the display wall cubes.
  • No Burn In: DLP™ Chip is a reflective device and is not affected by heat absorption, even when projecting a fixed pattern over long period of time. Consequently on image retention or burn in with statistic images occurs.
    Mitsubishi display wall cubes are specifically designed for reliability even under severest conditions such as control room, network operation centre, and command centre applications. 


    Burn In No Burn In
  • Color Space Control: Industry proven and Mitsubishi's original Digital Color Space Control circuit, or digital color balancing and blending circuit, compensates for color and brightness discrepancies among the display wall cubes. Especially, Mitsubishi's Color Space Control circuit can adjust gain for Red (R), Green (G), and Blue (B) values in each primary color (R/G/B) as well as other mixed colors, giving consistent color blending and brilliance uniformity over multi screen configurations of the display wall cubes. 


    Without CSC Color
    Balancing & Blending
    With CSC Color
    Balancing & Blending
  • Dynamic Brightness Balancing: Each Mitsubishi display wall cube is equipped with a built-in brightness sensor (the brightness is measured every 2 seconds) and Dynamic Brightness Balancing circuit can keep the brightness uniformity of multi configurations of display wall cubes over the period of operation time by communicating the measured brightness data with other display wall cubes. 

     

  • Smart Lamp: The lamp unit of each Mitsubishi display wall cube stores its own color characteristics. This function is more effective when replacing a lamp unit within an already installed display wall. Upon replacement, the display wall cube which has the new lamp unit sends the data to communicate with the other display wall cubes and perform the Color Space Control adjustment.
  • Smart Colorwheel: The color wheel unit of each Mitsubishi display wall cube stores its own color characteristics. This function is more effective when replacing a color wheel within an already installed display wall. Upon replacement, the display wall cube which has the new color wheel unit immediately recognizes the characteristics differences from the old one, and automatically adjusts the best colors matching to the colors of other display wall cubes as same as before.
  • Digital Gradation Circuit: Mitsubishi's original Digital Gradation Circuit can elevate the brightness level on the edges of a screen, where usually the brightness goes down, in order to ensure the optimum brightness distribution and uniformity over multi configurations of the display wall cubes. 

     

  • 12 Bit Dither & Gamma Circuit: Mitsubishi's original 12 Bit Dither & Gamma Circuit enables the expressions of truly natural gradation 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.
  • Two Brightness Modes: Mitsubishi display wall cubes have two brightness modes to give the customers flexibility to choose the modes in order to suit the environment or applications in which Mitsubishi display wall cubes are operated. Under Bright Mode, the customers can expect more brightness with lass lamp life, and under Normal Mode, the customers can expect moderate brightness with longer lamp life time.
  • Front Viewable Status LED: Mitsubishi display wall cubes have Mitsubishi's original self diagnosis system, and the service status LED is equipped on the back. In addition to the service status LED on the back, Mitsubishi display wall cubes have front viewable status LEDs, with which the customers can easily recognize major problems by the flashing patterns, through the screens.
  • Optional Input & Scaling Board: The Optional Input & Scaling Board gives the customers the abilities to display data and graphics up to UXGA (Horizontal: 1600 pixels / Vertical: 1200 pixels), although Mitsubishi display wall cubes accept the data and graphics up to SXGA+ (Horizontal: 1400 pixels / Vertical: 1050 pixels) without the board. The board has the maximum scaling capability up to 32 x 32. The customers can place the data and graphics seamlessly, and divide or scale up as indicated in the sample patterns below. With the full digital connections with DVI-D connectors, the display wall cubes can be daisy chained up to 16 cubes. 

     

  • Thin Mullion & Low Reflective Screen: The black matt finish surface screen with super high contrast can minimize reflections from room lighting. With a gap between the screens of 1mm or less (2 mm or less: VS-50XLF50U/VS-67XL50U/VS-67XLW50U), there are no missing pixels when a picture spans 2 adjacent display wall cubes.
  • Space Saving & Light Weight Design: Due to the short-throw distance designed optical system and 1-time mirror reflection, the depth of the display wall cubes is dramatically reduced. With the light weight design, Mitsubishi display wall cubes can be stacked with 5 high and horizontally no limitations (VS-50XL50U/VS-50XLW50U) and with 4 high and horizontally no limitations (VS-50XLF50U/VS-67XL50U/VS-67XLW50U) without any supporting structures.
Technology 1-DLP™ chip (0.7")
Screen Size 67" (1015mm X 761mm)
Screen to Screen Gap 0.2-2.0 mm (typ.) *2
Native Resolution 1024 x 768 pixels (XGA)
Brightness Bright: 500 cd/m2 (typical)
Normal: 400 cd/m2 (typical)
Contrast Ratio 1600:1 (typical)
Color Reproduction 16.7 million
Lamp System Lamp High pressure lamp
Average Lamp Life 6000 Hrs(Bright Mode) / 10000 Hrs Normal Mode *2
Input Scanning Frequency Horizontal: 31.5 - 78.0 kHz;
Vertical: 49 - 85 Hz
Analog RGB Signal Input RGB Signal Level: 0.7VP-P positive / 75 ohm
Synchronous: TTL level (positive/negative)
Sync On Green
Digital RGB Signal Input TMDS (DVI-D x 1)
Control Signal Input/Output RS-232C: D-SUB 9 pin
Mitsubishi original control link:D-SUB 9pins x 2 (input,output)
Wire remote: F3.5 Jack
IR Receiver
Power Consumption 195/195 W
Power AC 100-240V ±10%, 50/60Hz ±1 Hz
Temperature and Humidity (10-30°C) 20-80% non-condensing
Weight 90 kg

*1: Depending on configuration and environment. 1.0mm recommended for large walls to allow for expanding due to heat and humidity.
*2: The average value lamp life is an average value that we, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, obtained as a result of our original verification. This value is a reference value, not guaranteed.

 

Dimension

 

Configuration Size Chart