Security and Surveillance
Although there is a variety of video surveillance equipment available on the market today, Mitsubishi has developed an innovative way to monitor surveillance cameras and access control within your security operations center. Our rear projection display wall with DLP® technology can be combined with your choice of DVR or display wall processor enabling you to monitor a large number of CCTV cameras, campus or building maps and access control information.
By combining multiple rear projection cubes into a larger display wall array, you are able to customize the display area to best suit the number of camera windows required, the amount of map information necessary, and the physical constraints of your security operations center. Since each cube utilizes standard DVI–D or VGA inputs, you will also be able to connect virtually any manufacturer’s video surveillance equipment.
Standard Video Surveillance Equipment
Display Wall Processor
The advantage of using display walls versus standard video surveillance equipment monitors is that the display walls offer the ability to utilize dynamically–sized video windows and the combination of video and data sources displayed simultaneously. If the display wall is outfitted with a third party display wall processor or configured with our internal processing options, it is possible to freely move and size video or data windows without regard for physical seams or borders between display wall screens.
All of our rear projection display wall cubes with DLP® Technology have very high contrast and brightness levels, making them perfect for a security operations center exposed to high ambient lighting. It also enables viewers to clearly see details within dark video images. Whether you want to utilize your current video surveillance equipment or fully upgrade to a state–of–the–art security operations center, Mitsubishi display wall products enable you to dynamically monitor both video and data applications simultaneously.
Benefits for this environment
Our front access Display Wall cubes employ a unique mechanism that allows the display cubes to be placed against a wall, eliminating the need for service access space behind the display. The screen swings open allowing all access for installation, wiring and service to be done through the front of the unit. This reduces the footprint required for the display wall, allowing maximum use of space.
Dual Redundant Lamps & LED Light Source Options
Redundant lamps offer the ability to minimize downtime due to lamp failures. Lamps change within 15 seconds, including automatic adjustment of color space and brightness intensity. Also available is an LED light source which reduces maintenance costs by eliminating the requirement to replace lamps.
Automatic Color Space Management
Mitsubishi utilizes a sophisticated color space management circuit that allows fine tuning of color space to meet stringent color settings. Because the system can be set to user–defined target color spaces, the system can automatically adjust color space to compensate for newly introduced optical components..
Dynamic Brightness Balancing™
Each Mitsubishi display wall cube is equipped with built-in brightness sensors (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.
Mitsubishi Electric Sales Canada can assist you with choosing the most appropriate display wall solution to meet your specific application requirements and budget. Please contact us for more details.