No mechanical motion during change over
Delta’s lamp-lit video walls feature a unique dual lamp design in which both the lamps are mounted in a fixed position. This means that no mechanical motion is required during change-over, eliminating the risk of losing an image during a lamp switch. This offers the highest level of redundancy for mission critical applications, where lost loss of an image for more than a split second could spell disaster.
No periodic maintenance needed
Lamps can be replaced – post failure – without shutting down the system. The additional benefit of this design is that no periodic maintenance is required to maintain the switching mechanism in working condition resulting in lower operational and maintenance costs.
2000 ANSI lumens or light output
High power UHP (Ultra High Pressure) lamps are used in all Delta’s lamp-illuminated Video wall systems delivering an impressive brightness output level of up to 2,000 ANSI lumens. The UHP lamps also boast a long lamp lifetime of up to 10,000 hours making them ideal for 24/7 operations.
Use in either cold or hot redundant mode
Both lamps can used in either a “cold redundant” or “hot redundant” mode. When used simultaneously (hot redundant), a much brighter image can be obtained, which is useful in environments with high ambient light. It also provides the option to use sufficiently degraded lamps simultaneously when a single lamp does not deliver an acceptable image.
Delta’s UHP technology offer true redundancy for the light source