1 September 2014

Delta’s new ultra-bright laser-based Digital Light Processing video wall, unveiled at Integrate last week, features brightness up to 1800 lumens with energy savings of up to 10 per cent compared to traditional technology, according to the company. Integrated with Delta’s control systems – DVCS and MiNiCON – the video wall becomes a total solution for 24/7 applications.

Laser DLP Video Wall

Compared to similar LED-based DLP video walls, Delta says its laser version offers improved performance and brightness and a high contrast ratio of up to 2000:1. The redundant light source and power supply guarantee no downtime. The IP-based Distributive Vision Control System (DVCS) supports 10,000 sources and allows controllers to manage multiple video sources on a single display, or enlarge a signal video signal to multiple displays. The fully embedded vision control system, MiNiCON, delivers real-time playback, high performance and stability to support continuous operations.

Delta also introduced its ultra-narrow bezel LED LCD walls. The video walls allow seamless connections between displays, are scalable and expandable, and can be mounted vertically or horizontally to form a display of any size or configuration to suit applications including control centres, network operations centres, airports, conference rooms and public signage.

Source: media release

Delta Displays (global): www.deltadisplays.com

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Delta Energy Systems: (03) 9543-3720 or vw.sales@deltadisplays.com


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