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Christie adds three flat panels to FHQ display series

Christie has launched three new flat panels, the FHQ552-T, FHQ842-T and FHQ981-L, first previewed at InfoComm 2015 and available from October.

Christie has launched three new flat panels, the FHQ552-T, FHQ842-T and FHQ981-L, available in three sizes, 55in, 84in and 98in.

Previewed at InfoComm15 the displays are targeted at meeting rooms, offices and architectural displays, and can be matched with Christie Brio, Spyder and Pandoras Box media server.

The 55in FHQ552-T features 10-point touch capabilities, built-in speakers and an Open Pluggable Specification (OPS) slot. The FHQ842-T replaces the FHQ841-T and is a versatile 84in display for large-format presentation and collaboration applications and also includes built-in 10-point multi-touch capability.

“For an affordable LCD solution with multi-touch capabilities, end users should look no further than the Christie FHQ552-T and FHQ842-T,” said Andy Clipsham, senior product manager, Christie. “Both models are plug and play, offer professional-grade durability for peace of mind and are compatible with Crestron or similar systems.”

The FHQ981-L 98in UHD flat panel provides an alternative to 2×2 tiled 46in displays and is compatible with digital signage devices and media players including Christie Spyder and Pandoras Box and has multi-window capability.

“The Christie FHQ981-L delivers premium performance and image quality for commercial applications at a low cost of ownership,” added Clipsham. “This versatile ultra-HD flat panel display offers plug and play simplicity and manages up to four feeds simultaneously.”

The FHQ981-L picked up an award from Sound & Video Contractor, being noted for “innovation; performance against category standard; richness/relevance of feature sets; ease of installation/maintenance; and value/ROI”.

The panels will ship in October 2015, with a three-year warranty.

Visual, audio and collaboration systems from Christie