Amsterdam, The Netherlands, February 12th 2016 – Delta, a global leader in power and thermal management technologies, rolls out innovative display and monitoring solutions at ISE2016 to foster higher productivity in control room, indoor/outdoor display and collaborative education applications. Among these, Delta’s laser-light source DLP® video wall solution which boasts the world’s highest brightness of 2,150 lumens, embeds the distributive vision control system (DVCS) to allow control rooms to capture, distribute, control and display HD video signals over an IP network for optimal operating integrity and efficiency. The interactivity display system, WOW Board, combines Delta’s full HD ultra-short-throw projectors, multi-touch and wireless transmission capabilities for ideal collaborative environments in meeting rooms and classrooms.
Delta’s experience in design and manufacturing of DLP® engines is the backbone of its superior laser-light source video wall. In addition to the industry-leading brightness of this display solution, its 70-inch cubes offer HD (1920×1080) resolution and excellent standards in color depth and contrast ratios of up to 1,500,000:1 to deliver magnificent 3D-like image quality. These properties makes it ideal for round-the-clock surveillance of suspicious activities and disaster control.
The DVCS vision control system, recently adopted by MARUM, a research faculty of the University of Bremen in Germany for ocean floor analysis purposes, combines the latest advances in digital signal processing (DSP) technology and leading video compression rates to provide precise and accurate information from CCTV cameras, sensors and NOCs to enable collaborative monitoring and highly productive decision making. In addition, Delta’s video walls are supported by browser/server architecture-based software tools for real-time diagnostics of its own system with real-time alarms for effective maintenance and reliable continuity.
At ISE 2016, Delta also showcases its ultra-narrow bezel LCD video wall solutions which offer up to 20×15 display arrays for large-scale applications. The underlying cubes possess exceptional brightness of 700 nits (55-inch cubes), pixel pitch of 0.63mm, 4,000:1 contrast ratio and with minimum 3.5mm combined bezel width. These video walls are commonly supported by Delta’s Icon Pro display controller which is a multi-screen graphics controller running on the Windows® platform that offers remote management for hardware functions and also decodes multiple camera types and formats to HD to suit highly demanding applications.
With the WOWBoard interactive display system, Delta creates a seamless 7-megapixel, ultra-wide (375cm) and shadow-free display screen that fosters a truly collaborative environment in meeting rooms and in classrooms for the next generation. This is possible by combining two ultra-short-throw projectors with Delta’s display edge-blending technology and a collaboration software platform (Mersive Solstice). Thus, the screens of various mobile devices (laptops, tablets, smartphones) can be shared easily on the main board to inspire creativity and teamwork.
Delta’s outdoor LED display system SE Series provides remarkable image quality through its pixel pitch of only 8mm, brightness of up to 7,000 cd/sqm (native), contrast of 3,000:1 and high refresh rate of >960Hz. Its rugged casing (IP65 front and IP54 rear) is also a key feature for applications that must confront adverse environmental conditions.
Specifically designed for indoor use, Delta’s LED displays FX Series, offer 1.8mm black SMD technology to enable a seamless, high-resolution, high-contrast display solution for interior areas with short viewing distances. With a contrast ratio of over 600:1, a light output of over 1,000 nits and native 12-bit color processing platform, the FX 1.8 delivers excellent image and video quality in any indoor setting. Its compact and lightweight design guarantees quick installation and ease-of-maintenance.
Welcome to visit Delta’s stand at Hall 9, booth 9-F111 between February 9th to 12th, 2016, at ISE2016, Amsterdam, The Netherlands