VS-50XLF50U

Mitsubishi Expertise Sets the New Global Standard in Display Walls.

VS-50XLF50U video wall cube

Features

  • Full front access and serviceability
  • 1024 x 768 Native XGA Resolution
  • DLP™ (0.7" 12-degree DMD™ 1 Chip)
  • High Brightness of 1000 cd/m² (Bright mode)
  • 1600:1 Contrast ratio
  • Space-saving, lightweight design - only 53.5 cm deep
  • Typical Screen-to-Screen Gap - 1 mm
  • Option Board for Video, Scaling and UXGA

The VS-50XLF50U front access 50-inch video wall display cube has eliminated the need for complicated, expensive and time-intensive installation alignment by offering front access with remote control configuration. Proprietary electronics, located in the front of the unit, enables it to be easily adjusted and maintaned by a single technician utilizing a motorized alignment tool via remote control.

The VS-50XLF50U is also equipped with Mitsubishi's first Smart Lamp™ and Smart Colourwheel™ features. Each display wall cube stores its own colour characteristics. When a lamp or colourwheel is replaced, this function is then activated, retrieves the data from the display wall cube, and performs a re-calibration of the colour adjustments, bringing all of the cubes into perfect colour balance.

 

 

Dynamic Brightness Balancing

Each Mitsubishi display wall cube is equipped with a built-in brightness sensor (brightness is measured every 2 seconds). The Dynamic Brightness Balancing circuit then communicates the measured brightness data between all cubes and automatically performs the necessary adjustments to maintain optimum brightness uniformity across the entire display wall.

 

Colour Space Control

Mitsubishi's original industry proven Digital Colour Space Control (digital colour balancing and blending circuit) compensates for colour and brightness differences among multi-screen configurations. This system adjusts the Gain, and the Red, Green and Blue (RGB) primary colours, plus other mixed colours to provide consistent colour blending and brilliance uniformity across the entire display wall.

 

Smart Lamp

The lamp module of each Mitsubishi display wall cube stores its own colour characteristics. This data is then utilized when replacing the lamp in one or more cubes within the display wall. Upon replacement, the cube with the new lamp automatically communicates that lamp’s data with all other cubes and performs the Colour Space Control adjustment to rebalance the entire display wall, saving time and reducing maintenance costs.

 

Smart colourwheel

The colour wheel module of each Mitsubishi display wall cube stores its own colour characteristics. This data is then utilized when replacing the colour wheel in one or more cubes within the display wall. Upon replacement, the cube with the new colour wheel automatically communicates that colour wheel’s data with all other cubes and performs the Colour Space Control adjustment to rebalance the entire display wall, saving time and reducing maintenance costs.

 

12 Bit Dither & Gamma Circuit

Mitsubishi's original 12-Bit Dither & Gamma Circuit enables the display of truly natural gradation (gray-scale) by accurately rendering both bright and dark areas for precise half-tone images. This circuit also processes frame (time axis) direction to ensure smoother gradation and optimum colour fidelity for all images.

 

Digital Gradation Circuit

Mitsubishi's original 12-Bit Digital Gradation Circuit can elevate the brightness level at the edges of the screen - where brightness usually fades, in order to ensure the optimum brightness distribution and uniformity over multi-screen tiled configurations.

 

High Contrast Ratio

The combination of Mitsubishi's original high quality new optical system, super high-contrast screen and 12-degree DMD™ DDR chip (with black metal coating), allow the VS-50XL50U Display Wall Cube to deliver an outstanding contrast ratio of 1600:1 and reproduce sharp, brilliant images with rich, vibrant colours.

 

And More...
  • Option Board allows for daisy-chain of up to 16 cubes without an external processor.

  • Accepts a wide range of input signals from VGA – SXGA as standard.

  • Front viewable LED status indicator can be viewed even when lamp is off.

  • Brightness optimization mechanism for maximum light output.

  • Dual Brightness modes – select between high brightness or longer lamp life.

  • Space-saving, light-weight design with easy-access rear service panel doors.

  • Sealed engine room keeps dust out of the cube enclosure to further reduce maintenance costs.

  • Front maintenance model (VS-50XLF50U) and automatic lamp changer model (VS-50XLW50U) also available.

Specification Overview

Model VS-50XLF50U
Technology DLP (0.7", 12° DMD single chip)
Screen size 50" diagonal viewable (1270 mm)
Native Resolution 1024 x 768 pixels (XGA)
Brightness Bright – 1000 cd/m² (typical); 292 ft-L (typical)
Normal – 800 cd/m² (typical); 234 ft-L (typical)
Contrast Ratio 1600:1 (typical)
Lamp System Lamp Ultra-high pressure mercury lamp 100/120 W
Input Scanning Frequency 31.5 – 64.0 kHz (horizontal)
49 - 61 Hz (vertical)
Signal Input Terminals Analog 5 BNC (RGBHV) x 1
Video: 0.7VP-P positive / 75 ohm
Synchronous: TTL level (positive/negative)
High Level: 2.5-5.0V / Low Level: 0-0.5V
Sync On Green: Video: 0.7Vp-p positive
Synchronous: 0.3Vp-p negative
Digital TMDS (DVI-D x 1)
Current Consumption 195/195 W
Power Supply AC100-240 V, 50/60 Hz
Temperature and Humidity Condition at Operation: 10-30°C 20-80% non-condensing
Condition at Storage: -20-50°C 20-80% non-condensing
Dimension 1017 x 982.5 x 595 mm
Weight 69 kg
Regulatory Safety UL60950, CSA22.2 No.60950, EN60950, Approved by UL
EMC FCC part 15 Class A, Industry Canada Class A, EN55022 Class A, EN55024, EN61000-3-2, EN61000-3-3
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Features

  • Full front access and serviceability
  • 1024 x 768 Native XGA Resolution
  • DLP™ (0.7" 12-degree DMD™ 1 Chip)
  • High Brightness of 1000 cd/m² (Bright mode)
  • 1600:1 Contrast ratio
  • Space-saving, lightweight design - only 53.5 cm deep
  • Typical Screen-to-Screen Gap - 1 mm
  • Option Board for Video, Scaling and UXGA