Mitsubishi Electric announced a new digital signage LCD panel that claims to lower overall running costs by reducing its power consumption.
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Mitsubishi Electric Australia’s National Sales Manager of the Visual Information Systems division, Stuart Baker said, “Over the entire company, Mitsubishi Electric is striving to make their products more eco-friendly as part of our ‘2021 Environmental Vision’ The LDT322V is just one of the products helping us to achieve this vision, and definitely shows that display systems can be made to use less power without sacrificing on performance.”
The screen can be viewed at an angle of 178 degrees both horizontally and vertically, and can be installed in either landscape or portrait position. The tiling function allows for up to 25 screens to be linked up creating a single video wall displaying several different images or one large image. Frame compensation takes into account the bezel width of the linked displays and adjusts the image accordingly.
It also comes with a power scheduling feature that enables the LDT322V to be programmed as to when to switch on and off or even to switch between inputs. This works in conjunction with the screen saving function, featuring four different options to help prevent image retention.
The Mitsubishi Electric LTD322V is available now for $1799 and has optional speakers and desktop stand available.