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Wide Temperature Range Wide Temperature Range Compatibility Compatibility RoHS Compliance RoHS Compliance
Long Life Backlight Unit Long Life
Backlight Unit
Lamp/LED Replacement Lamp/LED Replacement Low EMI Technolog Low EMI Technology
Mechanically Symmetric Design Mechanically
Symmetric Design
Reverse Scan Reverse Scan Wide Viewing Angle Wide Viewing Angle
Wide Format Wide Format Low Reflection Low Reflection Super High Brightness Ultra and Super High Brightness
Transflective Transflective LED backlight LED backlight Natural Color Matrix Natural Color Matrix
   

Wide Temperature Range

Mitsubishi Electric TFT-LCD modules are designed to deliver optimum performance over a wide range of temperatures (from -30 to 80 degrees C*) in order to accommodate for diverse industrial applications such as outdoor kiosks in winter and summer.
*Some products is -20 to 70 degrees C
Wide Temperature Range

Forward Compatibility

Industrial components are typically expected to be supported by the manufacturer over the long term. In order to meet this expectation, Mitsubishi Electric delivers products that are forwardly compatible with successive models offering higher performance.
Forward Compatibility

RoHS Compliance

RoHS* is a European Union directive that went into effect July 1, 2006, and which restricts the use of six hazardous materials (lead, mercury, cadmium, chromium VI, PBB, and PBDE) in the manufacture of various types of electronics and electrical equipment destined for EU markets. Mitsubishi Electric's environmental policy led to the achievement of RoHS compliancy of all products within 2005.
* Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive for electrical and electronic equipment

Long-life Lamp & Easy Lamp Replacement Function

A trouble-free lifespan of five years or more is a basic condition for applications such as factory automation, measurement instrumentation, and automatic teller machines (ATM). Mitsubishi Electric TFT-LCD modules use lamps with 50,000*1 hours of life*2, and that can easily be replaced.
*1 Some products is 60,000 hours of life.
*2 Lamp life is defined as the period by which luminance is halved at a constant room temperature of 25 degrees Celsius, or when the starting voltage fails to reach the recommended value. Lamp life is influenced by surrounding temperature and/or lighting conditions. Lamp life decreases when used in environments with cold or hot temperatures.

Long-life Lamp & Easy Lamp Replacement Function

A trouble-free lifespan of five years or more is a basic condition for applications such as factory automation, measurement instrumentation, and automatic teller machines (ATM). Mitsubishi Electric TFT-LCD modules use lamps with 50,000*1 hours of life*2, and that can easily be replaced.
*1 Some products is 60,000 hours of life.
*2 Lamp life is defined as the period by which luminance is halved at a constant room temperature of 25 degrees Celsius, or when the starting voltage fails to reach the recommended value. Lamp life is influenced by surrounding temperature and/or lighting conditions. Lamp life decreases when used in environments with cold or hot temperatures.

Low EMI (Electromagnetic Interference) Technology

Electrical components like LCD modules create electromagnetic interference (EMI), which interrupts, obstructs, or otherwise degrades or limits the performance of surrounding electrical equipment. Many Mitsubishi Electric LCD modules incorporate low EMI technology such as low voltage differential signaling (LVDS). Other original technologies like driving circuit design minimize EMI for enhanced performance and usability.

Reverse Scan Function

Mitsubishi Electric’s standard industrial LCD modules have the ability to reverse scanning direction, which enables the display to be used for maximum visibility in either of two directions. For example, as shown in the illustration, when viewing from above in the normal scanning mode, the display colors do not reverse; however, when viewing from below, the color reverses, making it difficult to view the display. By rotating the display position of a Mitsubishi Electric module by 180 degrees, the view from below is improved with the image still reversed. By then reversing the scanning direction, the image is corrected while the display position is reversed. The reverse scan function allows the choice of optimum viewing direction. Reverse Scan Function
Mechanically Symmetric Design
Sometimes industrial applications require that displays be set in different locations while still maintaining an optimum viewing angle (upside down with reverse scan). When a display is designed symmetrically from its center point, the module can be physically reversed without the need to change the mountings. This design has been incorporated into our 6.5" VGA, 8.4" VGA, 12.1" SVGA, 12.1" XGA, and 15.0" XGA modules.

Reverse Scan Function

Mitsubishi Electric’s standard industrial LCD modules have the ability to reverse scanning direction, which enables the display to be used for maximum visibility in either of two directions. For example, as shown in the illustration, when viewing from above in the normal scanning mode, the display colors do not reverse; however, when viewing from below, the color reverses, making it difficult to view the display. By rotating the display position of a Mitsubishi Electric module by 180 degrees, the view from below is improved with the image still reversed. By then reversing the scanning direction, the image is corrected while the display position is reversed. The reverse scan function allows the choice of optimum viewing direction. Reverse Scan Function
Mechanically Symmetric Design
Sometimes industrial applications require that displays be set in different locations while still maintaining an optimum viewing angle (upside down with reverse scan). When a display is designed symmetrically from its center point, the module can be physically reversed without the need to change the mountings. This design has been incorporated into our 6.5" VGA, 8.4" VGA, 12.1" SVGA, 12.1" XGA, and 15.0" XGA modules.

Wide Viewing Angle for Industrial Use

Industrial applications typically require screen viewing from varied angles, often by multiple operators at once, from a variety of positions. Mitsubishi Electric TFT-LCD modules meet these demands through a design that fosters easy viewing from extreme angles. All standard modules have a horizontal viewing axis of more than 130 degrees and vertical viewing axis of 110 degrees. Some products offer new wide view technology with a horizontal viewing axis of more than 160 degrees and a vertical viewing axis of 150 degrees.
Viewing angle is defined as an angle with a contrast ratio of more than 10:1. Higher values represent better performance from stated viewing directions.

Wide Format LCD

Due to recent new wide format demands like Terrestrial Digital Television Broadcasting and other information displays, the demand has also grown in the industrial market application. With wider format TFT-LCD display, it allows much more information on screen, compared with current 4:3 aspect ratio display.
We are planning to expand our wide format TFT-LCD product family even more in the coming years.
Wide Format LCD

Low Reflection through AR (Anti-Reflection) Technology

Outdoor applications in daylight or other bright environments require technology that can suppress surface reflection. Mitsubishi Electric's LCD modules offer special AR (anti-reflection) surface treatment to prevent reflection, which ensures excellent visibility in daylight conditions.

Ultra High Brightness and Super High Brightness

When used for outdoor applications in daylight, LCD screens are difficult to see at typical brightnesses of 300-500 cd/m2, and require a much higher luminance for clear viewing. Mitsubishi Electric has greatly improved luminance through edge lighting (i.e., placing a lamp on the side of the display), thus making us the first LCD manufacturer to achieve ultra high brihgtness (1500 cd/m2) and super high brightness (up to 1000 cd/m2) with this technique.
Ultra High Brightness and Super High Brightness

High Color Saturation Transflective LCD

Transflective LCD modules hold both transmissive and reflective properties, and the method of image display depends upon the conditions of the ambient environment. The display uses a backlight with a transmissive property in dark environments, and uses external light with a reflective property in bright environments. Previously, the transflective method's reflective optical performance manifested difficulties with color performance when compared to the transmissive mode. Mitsubishi Electric's transflective LCD modules have an improved reflective mode panel to allow for better color performance, which provides excellent color characteristics similar to the transmissive mode.

Color Conversion Technology: Natural Color Matrix

Point of sales (POS) terminals and kiosks often display advertisements and colorful images, the colors of which must remain vivid and faithful to the original. With a typical display the image invariably deviates from the original source because of display device characteristics. Mitsubishi Electric's original Natural Color Matrix optimization technology avoids this difference by separating color data and luminance components while controlling individual display colors (red, green, blue, cyan, magenta, yellow) for optimized performance. Natural Color Matrix optimization delivers balanced color conversion without loss of panel color properties to ensure color quality that is very close to the original image.
Color Conversion Technology: Natural Color Matrix