Do more, spend less and benefit from greater performance
The control room is no longer constrained to a single location. Christie® Phoenix™ breaks through the physical walls of the control room to encompass a global workplace.
Christie Phoenix enables seamless access and control of audiovisual data from virtually anywhere, through a single, robust system. Its comprehensive tools allows thousands of users to simultaneously view, listen to and interact with any source of information found in a control room environment, regardless of their location.
- Network distributed – Uses standard IP network as AV transport and control
- Content mobility – Interact with any source of information found in a control room environment, from virtually anywhere
- Collaboration – Replicate and share content on many video walls and desktops, simultaneously
- Scalable – Unlimited Christie Phoenix nodes, multiple video walls up to 128+ screens, multiple desktops and users
- Secure – Support for HDCP, H.264 encryption throughout your network
- Simple and powerful – Easy to install and configure. Encode, decode and display simultaneously, all from one box
- Easy integration with ONVIF-compliant IP cameras – ONVIF-compliant cameras can be automatically detected and uploaded as sources into the Phoenix system using a lightweight software discovery tool. ONVIF cameras with PTZ controls can be accessed using the source viewer used from the Phoenix desktop client.
Consisting of at least one hardware node and powered by web-based management software, the Christie Phoenix system allows users in a variety of challenging environments to make faster, more accurate life-critical decisions with confidence.
- Flexible and cost-effective video wall and desktop integration
- Secure transmission of content with support for HDCP
- Supports a variety of inputs over a network, including HD camera, Network Video Recorder (NVR) and desktop capture streams
- Easily expandable with additional Christie Phoenix and Phoenix Quad-T units offering increased input scalability for 4K resolution sources with KVM reachback control and audio.
- Modular, to allow modest installations to grow over time without a system redesign
- Based on a single streaming hardware node for simultaneous encode, decode and display
- Best price for performance
Dual DVI (digital only)
Up to 2560 x 1600 resolution per output
Support for bezel compensation
Support for display overlap
Support for custom resolutions
Dual DVI (digital only)
- From 640 x 480 to 1920 x 1200 encoded to H.264
Dual 3.5mm stereo audio
- Analog stereo audio encoded to AAC-LC
- HID device emulation for (soft) KVM control of inputs
Dual Gigabit Ethernet
- 100/1000 Mbps Ethernet, RJ-45 connectors
- Support for IGMPv2, IPv4, IPv6, RTSP, RTP/UDP, SRTP/UDP, MPEG2-TS/UDP, HTTP, TCP/IP
- ONVIF camera discovery, ONVIF PTZ camera control
- Active Directory, server accessed using secure LDAPS
12 high-definition network video streams @ 30Hz
Includes borders and labeling
Up to 20Mbps per video stream
Direct support for network cameras
- 100-240VAC (auto-ranging power supply)
- 4-2A (max)
- 220W (max)
- 750 BTU/hr (max)
- >50,000 hours of major modules
- CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 60065 • UL 60065 • IEC 60065 emissions • FCC CFR47, Part 15, Subpart B, Class A – unintentional radiators • EN55103-1 Class A audio, video, audio-visual equipment emission; EN55103-2 audio video, audio-visual equipment immunity; EN61000-3-2, EN61000-3-3 environmental
- Directives: (EC) 2011/65/EU (RoHS); 2012/19/EU (WEEE); Regulation (EC) No. 1907/2006 (REACH)
- Certification marks (check with Christie for latest updates): cULus (Canada & US), CE (EU), CCC (China), GoST-R (Russia), KC (Korea), S-Mark (Japan), C-Tick (Australia & New Zealand), Ukraine.
- Designed, manufactured and tested by Christie Digital Systems, USA Inc.’s facility in Phoenix, Arizona, USA