Christie has announced the next generation of its Access Series, Access II Series discrete LCD displays, and new Extreme Series tiled LCD displays.
Christie Access II Series panels are full-featured UHD displays offered in 55, 65, 75, 86 and 98-inch sizes. Suitable for meeting rooms and retail applications, Christie Access II Series is a plug-and-play solution offering professional features such as the latest connectivity, OPS slot, and USB playback. Christie Access II Series are also ADA-compliant with an ultra-thin depth.
“The Access II Series is a complete refresh of our stand-alone LCD lineup featuring a sleek new design, which strikes a great balance between performance and price,” said John Dixon, senior product manager, Christie. “Access II Series offers the highest brightness in the affordable display category, which will ensure your message will be seen whether that’s in a corporate environment or retail signage.”
The Christie Access II Series commercial feature set continues to evolve to ease the deployment into demanding applications. Optimisations in latency, bandwidth, and flexibility solve installation challenges or eliminate need for third party devices. Providing full and flexible control through RS2322, ethernet, Crestron Connected, or CEC makes Access II Series installation and management easy.
Access II Series is backed by Christie’s industry-leading service and support.
Christie Extreme Series for video walls
Two new Christie Extreme Series 55-inch LCD panels offer a combined 0.88mm bezel width to create near-seamless video walls. The Christie Extreme Series FHD554-XZ and FHD554-XZ-R (with remote power) displays feature an OPS slot and accept a variety of embedded processing modules for a complete video wall solution perfect for critical viewing environments.
Christie Extreme Series displays are ADA-compliant with a depth of less than four inches and are available in a range of brightness levels. Like Christie Access II Series , Extreme Series displays are backed by Christie’s service and support.