Tuesday, August 3, 2021

Christie produces new range of video wall tiles for fall

On June 15, Christie announced the launch of Core Series II LED video wall tiles, available in a range of pixel pitches, including a new 0.9-millimeter pixel pitch. Designed for easy installation of near-seamless video walls of any scale, Core Series II is ideal for corporate spaces, like lobbies, meeting and conference rooms, and various digital signage applications to engage, entertain or collaborate with audiences.

Core Series II takes the original Core Series LED video wall tiles and improves them, making them lighter, and easier to install. Tiles in the new Core Series II are 23 percent lighter than the original, weighing 14.3 pounds (6.5 kilograms). Featuring a slimmer form factor, with a scant 38-millimeter depth, and along with a new ADA-compliant direct-mounting structure and concealed cabling, Core Series II video walls are completely front serviceable.

Available in five pixel pitches: a new 0.9 millimeter and 1.2 millimeters, 1.5 millimeters, 1.8 and 2.5 millimeters, Core Series II produces vivid, clear and detailed images that are 33 percent brighter than its predecessor, at 800 nits calibrated brightness. When paired with Christie’s optional E600 HDR10-compatible controller with advanced image processing, Core Series II delivers content in 4K at 60Hz and low-brightness enhancements for great visual performance. For added peace of mind, Core Series II features redundant on-board power.

Image courtesy of Christie Digital.

“With Core Series II, we’ve improved on an affordable choice for LED video walls that doesn’t sacrifice on features,” says John Dixon, director of product management, Christie. “Choose from our range of pixel pitches — or select one of our new bundled solutions to make specifying a Core Series II video wall even easier. And with Christie’s service, support, and a three-year warranty, Core Series II is a reliable and trusted solution for video wall installations.”

Christie Core Series II begins shipping in September 2021.

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