Christie has launched two new pixel pitches of its award-winning MicroTiles LED. The new 0.75 mm and 1.0 mm models add to the existing line-up of 1.25 and 1.5 mm pixel pitches, and offer increased reliability, efficiency and enhanced durability.
Shown in technology previews at ISE 2022 and InfoComm 2022, the two new models continue the tradition of the original MicroTiles LED by combining mechanical design with the development of advanced LED technology.
“Attendees to ISE and InfoComm were able to get up close to our new models and see what a difference the finer pixel pitch makes in resolution, color saturation and seamlessness,” says Chris Kee, executive director of product management, Christie. “MicroTiles LED can be configured in near-limitless ways — from curves and corners to architectural displays — and these new models are especially ideal for up-close and highly-detailed viewing with brightness up to 2000 nits.”
Reliability of the new models has been improved with flip-chip technology, which is easier to maintain and increases the life of the LEDs by dissipating heat more efficiently, and common cathode technology reduces power consumption resulting in Christie’s most energy efficient MicroTiles design to date.
The new 1.0 mm model features LED encapsulation, which provides a protective surface that improves optical performance for improved black level performance and perceived contrast, and protects the display from dust, dirt and scratches. The increased durability gives the option to design an interactive touch wall.
Christie MicroTiles LED 0.75mm and 1.0mm models are available for order now and will ship in early 2023.