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he sudden and drastic increase in the popularity and importance of the Internet as a source of, and a highway for,

a wide variety of data has caused a dramatic rise in the volume of information, and subsequently its significance in the daily lives of people around the world.

Equally important is the method used to present the information. It must be made available to as many people as possible, and in a very clear, easy-to-see manner. To make sure your monitors are up to the task, NECs COSMOPLASMA a lineup of highly advanced, innovatively designed color PDP modules is the answer.

The lineup features modules that deliver stunningly crisp, clear images, as well as a module that offers super-high luminance and a wide viewing angle, making it the clear choice for public display of information. Whats more, our PDP modules are incredibly thin and light, giving users a great deal of freedom in setting up their monitors.

Advanced Display Technology for the Constantly Growing World of Information


NECs COSMOPLASMA color PDP modules are the solution to keeping people in the know in the Information Society of today, and will continue to serve a crucial role in the dispersal of information for years to come.

The Advantages of PDP


s Large screen There is virtually no limit to the size to which the PDP screen can be enlarged. An increase in the thickness of the PDP module is not necessary in order to offer a larger screen. Images can be brought to life, and for a larger audience than with CRT monitors. s Thin, lightweight construction The PDP module is extremely thin and light, thanks to its two-pane construction. This allows the PDP monitor to be situated nearly anywhere it can be mounted on the wall or even suspended from the ceiling. NECs 42 module is only 48mm (less than 2) thick and weighs in at a scant 15kg (33 lbs.). The slim, lightweight design gives you a high degree of freedom in the establishment of your PDP monitor, something projectors cant offer. s Wide viewing angle The color PDP is easy to view (even in well-lighted places) as it is selflighting, unlike LCDs or projectors which require backlighting. Fluorescent lighting is employed, so the PDP viewing angle is as wide as that of a CRT (160 side-to-side viewing possible), and the viewer doesnt have to stand directly in front of the display to get a good view. PDPs also offer a much higher uniformity of luminance and better contrast than projectors.

PDP

CRT

Projector

s Distortion-free images In the PDP, RGB cells are spaced evenly on a flat surface, as opposed to the curvature of a CRT. This enables images virtually free of distortion, even around the edges of the display.

PDP Structure
NECs color PDP has an AC-type structure. The PDP is composed basically of two sheets of glass set a few hundred microns apart. Between the glass substrates, there are pixels containing cells which are filled with rare gases (Xenon, Neon, etc.). The cells are each coated on the bottom with a different color of phosphor red (R), green (G) or blue (B). Thin electrodes can be found at the top and bottom of the glass substrates.
Sustain electrode Scan electrode Front glass substrate

Dielectric layer

Barrier rib

Protection layer Dielectric layer

Phosphor R Phosphor G Phosphor B

Rear glass substrate Data electrode

How PDPs Work


Voltage is applied to the electrodes, generating a discharge from which ultraviolet rays are emitted. The visible light seen on the screen is created when the ultraviolet rays hit the phosphor of the cells. Voltage is applied to selected cells (depending on the image), and using the red, green and blue phosphor, a vast number of combinations are possible. This enables color images to be displayed.
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Light output Scan electrode Sustain electrode

Front glass substrate

Discharge Dielectric layer Light up Ultraviolet ray

Protection layer Barrier rib

Rear glass substrate

Phosphor R

Phosphor G

Data electrode

Phosphor B

NOTE: The positions of the scan and sustain electrodes have been changed slightly in this illustration to facilitate explanation. Refer to the illustration under PDP Structure for the actual positions of the electrodes.

NECs PDPs provide you with a great deal of freedom in designing monitors. And users can benefit from the multitude of applications, which not only make everyday life more convenient, but bring greater quantities of information to more people than ever and do it in style.

C apture their attention and their imagination

s s Presentation or videoconferencing displays s at work and at school s Information displays in public or company facilities for s unmanned guidance or remote monitoring

For all to see

s Departure/arrival information, seat assignments and s status of reservations at airports/train and bus stations s Updates on road conditions, traffic information at s highway service areas

Exciting home entertainment

s Large screen offers an excellent view and s puts home entertainment in a whole new light s Thin, light construction enables the monitor to be s mounted on the wall or suspended from the ceiling, s saving valuable personal space

Know where you stand

s Reception information, waiting time and s other information at hospitals s Safety information on station platforms for passenger s embarkation/disembarkation
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NECs COSMOPLASMA color PDP modules represent a quantum leap in display technology, incorporating technologies which raise image quality to new highs, while also effecting a significant increase in luminance and improvement in color presentation. Furthermore, our modules are conceived with design in mind. Their slim profiles and full-featured interfaces enable simple installation in TVs and monitors. Capsulated Color Filter CCF NEC PDPs incorporate CCF for excellent color reproduction and sharpest contrast possible
Red, green and blue filters are capsulated within the glass substrate. This brings a dramatic improvement in color presentation over previous PDPs, and enables realistic images rivaling those of CRTs. CCF effectively blocks the orange color that is produced by the neon gas discharge. This technology also prevents a loss in contrast that can be caused by the reflection of external light back at the surface of the display. Strong, sharp contrast is maintained throughout the image on the display. To ensure that the contrast remains high even in brightly lit environments, NEC PDPs incorporate black stripes which are laid over the ribs which separate the cells. These stripes absorb any external light that may be reflected back, resulting in evenly dark images with sufficient depth, and improved presentation of the deepest shades of black.

How CCF improves color and contrast


Pure red light External light Pure green light External light Pure blue light External light

CCF
Blocked Blocked Blocked

Black stripe

Unwanted orange color

Unwanted orange color

Unwanted orange color

Phosphor

High-quality color reproduction surpassing even that of CRTs has been achieved.

CIE color chromaticities


Y 0.8

PDP employing CCF Previous NEC PDPs

0.6

0.4

0.2

CRT
0 0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 X

Advanced PLE (Peak Luminance Enhancement) Control Revolutionary design brings higher luminance and sharper contrast
New circuit enables smoother luminance control Thanks to new technology employed in NECs PDP modules, the PLE control, which enables you to achieve the optimum balance between luminance, contrast and power consumption, also offers an increase from 32 to 256 steps. This means that while enhancing the degree of luminance, sudden changes in image luminance will not be noticeable as the increase in steps allows for much smoother gradation.
Conventional PLE control
High High

Advanced PLE control


Peak luminance

Peak luminance

32 steps

256 steps

Low Low High Lighter images

Low Low High Lighter images

Average luminance level


Darker images

Average luminance level


Darker images

Significant improvement in luminance and contrast (compared to our conventional control circuit) The duration of priming (reset), address (writing of data) and sustain (display) periods that occur during one field depends upon each individual image. These improvements result in a 20% improvement in luminance and contrast, as well as improved presentation of the deepest shades of black.
Conventional PLE control
All durations fixed
Darker images
Address

Advanced PLE control


Durations vary for each field
Darker images

1 field
Priming

1 field
Priming Address

Low

Low
Sustain

Average luminance level

Average luminance level

Sustain

Address

Sustain

Address

Priming

Priming

Sustain

Lighter High images

Lighter High images

Power Supply, Inc. Enjoy greatly reduced time and cost in PDP monitor development
One of the most expensive and timeconsuming elements of plasma display monitor design and manufacture is the development of high-voltage power supplies. To save you this trouble, NEC is currently developing 42 PDP modules with power supplies built in. The unit supplies power to the PDP module and 380Vdc for the signal processing and interface circuit. You would only be required to develop signal processing and interface circuits, along with corresponding power supplies. In addition to the power supplys Standard model
All power supplies must be prepared by customer

equipped 42 modules, we are also currently developing 50 PDP modules with built-in power supplies.
s Built-in power supply model
PDP driver power supply is already on board

NEC
Vs Vd Vcc Control signal Vs

NEC
PDP driver power supply 380Vdc Signal processing and interface circuit Interface power supply
Vd Vcc Control signal Control signal

PDP module

PDP module

Control signal

Control signal 14V 7V

Power supply

14V 7V

Signal processing and interface circuit

Customer

Customer

PDP module construction enables slim monitor design


The thickness of the power supply has a significant effect on the thickness of the PDP monitor. As shown in the photograph, thanks to the space-efficient design of the built-in power supply, you can produce thinner PDP monitors than ever before.

Power supply for PDP

PDP module rear view

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Multimedia Display Module

NP50C1MF01
This large-screen module offers high resolution and smooth, clear images that make it a truly outstanding display tool
Features s Large, wide-screen display (50 diagonal) with aspect ratio of 16:9 s 1,365 x 768 pixels deliver high resolution s Thickness of only 48mm (less than 2) s CCF technology provides a substantial increase in contrast and enhanced color presentation s Increased luminance and smoother, more detailed images are made possible by the newly designed advanced PLE control circuit s Full-color display and 160 (vertical/horizontal) wide-angle viewing area Specifications
Model number Screen size Aspect ratio Display area Number of pixels Display color Pixel pitch NP50C1MF01 50 (127cm) diagonal 16:9 1,106 (H) x 622 (V) mm 1,365 (H) x 768 (V) 16.77 million colors (8 bits each RGB) 0.81 (H) x 0.81 (V) mm Peak luminance Contrast ratio Viewing angle Video signal input Outline dimensions Weight 450cd/m2 (the value after transmission through CCF) 650:1 (in dark room) 160 (vertical/horizontal) Digital RGB (8 bits) 1,191 (W) x 714 (H) x 48 (D) mm Approx. 24kg (53 lbs.)

1,191 (MODULE) 1,170 (MOUNTING HOLE) 1,166 (PANEL) 48 1,106 (DISPLAY AREA)

Unit: mm

686 (MOUNTING HOLE) 714 (MODULE)

622 (DISPLAY AREA)

682 (PANEL)

42
Multimedia Display Module

NP42B1MF01 NP42B1ME01 (with power supply)


This 42 module delivers stunning images in vibrant color a magnificent means for displaying high-quality images
Features s Large, wide-screen display (42 diagonal) with aspect ratio of 16:9 s CCF technology provides a substantial increase in contrast and enhanced color presentation s Increased luminance and smoother, more detailed images are made possible by the newly designed advanced PLE control circuit s Slim profile and lightweight design module is only 48mm thick (less than 2) and weighs approx. 15kg (33 lbs.) without power supply s Full-color display and 160 (vertical/horizontal) wide-angle viewing area Specifications
Model number Screen size Aspect ratio Display area Number of pixels Display color Pixel pitch Peak luminance Contrast ratio NP42B1MF01 NP42B1ME01 (with power supply) 42 (106cm) diagonal 16:9 921 (H) x 518 (V) mm 853 (H) x 480 (V) 16.77 million colors (8 bits each RGB) 1.08 (H) x 1.08 (V) mm 550cd/m2 (the value after transmission through CCF) 700:1 (in dark room); 50:1 (in light room) Viewing angle Video signal input Outline dimensions NP42B1MF01 NP42B1ME01 Weight NP42B1MF01 NP42B1ME01 160 (vertical/horizontal) Digital RGB (8 bits) 987 (W) x 584 (H) x 48 (D) mm 987 (W) x 584 (H) x 61 (D) mm Approx. 15kg (33 lbs.) Approx. 17kg (37 lbs.)

487 (MOUNTING HOLE) 48 (NP42B1MF01) 61 (NP42B1ME01)

987 (MODULE) 481.5 (MOUNTING HOLE) 960.24 (PANEL) 921.24 (DISPLAY AREA)

Unit: mm

7 6.5 6 6.5

518.4 (DISPLAY AREA) 557.4 (PANEL) 571 (MOUNTING HOLE) 584 (MODULE) 2-R3.5 6.5 7 12 487 (MOUNTING HOLE) 481.5 (MOUNTING HOLE) 6

2-R3.5

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Public Display Module
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NP50B1MF01
Super-high luminance, large size and viewing angle make it ideal for public information presentation
Features s Large, wide-screen display (50 diagonal) with aspect ratio of 16:9 s 500cd/m2 peak luminance s 853 (H) x 480 (V)-pixel resolution s Full-color display and 160 (vertical/horizontal) wide-angle viewing area Specifications
Model number Screen size Aspect ratio Display area Number of pixels Display color Pixel pitch NP50B1MF01 50 (126cm) diagonal 16:9 1,100 (H) x 619 (V) mm 853 (H) x 480 (V) 16.77 million colors (8 bits each RGB) 1.29 (H) x 1.29 (V) mm Peak luminance Contrast ratio Viewing angle Video signal input Outline dimensions Weight 500cd/m2 400:1 (in dark room) 160 (vertical/horizontal) Digital RGB (8 bits) 1,191 (W) x 714 (H) x 50 (D) mm Approx. 22 kg (48 lbs.)

1,191 (MODULE) 1,170 (MOUNTING HOLE) 50 1,166 (PANEL) 1,100 (DISPLAY AREA)

Unit: mm

10

686 (MOUNTING HOLE) 714 (MODULE)

619 (DISPLAY AREA)

682 (PANEL)

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