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New Christie Ultra Series Display — AV.technology

Create performance-driven video walls with new 55-inch, 3.5mm bezel Christie Ultra Series LCD display; the FHD554-X

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14 June 2021

Christie announces the launch of the Christie FHD554-X 55-inch LCD display. Part of the Ultra Series, a line of performance-driven, reliable, and budget-friendly LCD displays for tiled video walls, it’s designed for a range of spaces including military and government control rooms, security and surveillance centres, briefing centres and critical viewing environments such as oil and gas exploration.

Impressive video walls start with an ultra-narrow bezel.  With a combined 3.5mm bezel width for near-seamless viewing, and an ultra-thin profile, the FHD554-X keeps the focus on the content. A high-performance electronic features set that includes high-bandwidth, HDCP 2.2-compliant HDMI 2.0 and Display Port 1.2 inputs supports streaming of 4K content and 4K UHD signals at 60Hz to deliver content to video walls with less flicker, and subsequently reduced eyestrain in critical viewing environments.

Creating large video walls is easy with Display Port 1.2 outputs, which allow users to daisy-chain 4K, 60Hz sources to up to 25 panels, and an OPS slot further simplifies set-up by allowing sources like PCs and media players to be directly integrated into the display. For secure facilities and U.S. government applications, the Christie FHD554-X is non-RF and TAA compliant.

“For users looking for a commercial-grade display that offers value and performance, Ultra Series FHD554-X fits the bill,” says John Dixon, senior product manager, Christie. “Each panel is factory calibrated and matched to ensure image uniformity across video walls, and is backed by Christie’s trusted warranty, service and support.”

The Christie FHD554-X is available in the third quarter of 2021.

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