Video wall controllers and video processors make managing content and information across multiple screens easy. And Christie® is redefining how and where you access that data, who you share it with, and how you display it.
Content mobility: redefined
Christie® Phoenix™ is a network-distributed information management system designed specifically for control room applications. With Christie Phoenix, the same information, presented in the same format, at the same time is made available to all users regardless of their location. Do more, spend less and benefit from greater performance with Christie Phoenix.
Christie Phoenix has comprehensive tools for one, or thousands of users to simultaneously view, listen to and interact with any source of information found in a control room environment - from virtually anywhere through a single, robust system.
Christie Phoenix is ideally suited for a broad range of applications, from a single room to a complex, multi-room, multi-location installation. A modular system architecture, Christie Phoenix uses one or many hardware nodes to handle both inputs and outputs to simultaneously encode, decode and display audio-visual data, giving you the best price and performance in the industry.
Christie TVC Series video wall controllers
There’s a Christie video wall controller for every type of display - flexible, built-to-order and delivering all the power and features you need to handle the most demanding control room monitoring installation.
Christie TVC-1700 is a powerful processor that supports video wall configurations of up to 64 outputs. It’s flexible enough to display hundreds of inputs – local applications, network-streamed desktops, and direct-connected DVI, RGB and video inputs – anywhere, and at any size on the wall, all within your 24/7 control room.
Christie TVC-700 supports video wall configurations of up to 18 outputs. It offers the flexibility to display 3D applications, network-streamed software, and direct-connected, high-resolution DVI, RGB and video inputs anywhere, and at any size on the display wall, with real-time performance.
digital or analog
|Maximum pixels per screen
2048 x 1536 @ 60Hz (analog),
4096 x 2160 @ 60Hz (digital)
2048 x 1536 @ 60Hz (analog),
1920 x 1200 @ 60Hz (digital)
|Maximum total display space
|Maximum networked client displays
100 (simultaneous), nearly unlimited (defined)
|RGB/DVI (computer) sources
|High-resolution software applications
The original version of Christie Spyder was for edge-blended widescreen, single and multiscreen applications, but the strength of the Spyder 200/300 series is its modularity. The 200/300 series comes in 22 models packaged as 2RU or 3RU units with varying I/O combinations up to 32 inputs and 32 outputs, as well as smaller I/O increments so you can build the system you need. All models in this series are compatible and configurable with each other. This modularity can make the 200/300 series more cost effective in configurations that don't match the Spyder X20 I/O structure.
Christie Spyder X20
The Christie Spyder X20 is the world's most powerful video processor and presentation switcher combined with the flexibility of a video matrix switcher that easily converts and routes any signal to any device or combination of display devices. You can drive multiple displays in any combination of edge-blended widescreen, single and multiscreen discreet applications, achieving higher brightness, enhanced image quality and improved resolution.
Exclusive Christie MASTERSuite wall management software
Our exclusive Christie MASTERSuite™ software with WallManager™ and MediaManager™ programs make tiled video wall displays respond as a single, ultra-high resolution Windows desktop.
- Display multiple media outputs anywhere and at any size
- Arrange the display to show just one image or place multiple video windows across the entire display
- Quickly create and save multiple wall layouts or scenarios for fast recall and display
- Control content either at the wall or over networked remote clients
Media display features include:
- Profiles for media display window
- Desktop shortcuts
- Secondary backup channels
- Media cropping, zooming and scaling
- Window border andformat controls
- Third-party desktop applications
Remote wall viewing and control features include:
- Mimic view and control – remote wall viewing and control
- LiveView™ and control – live, remote management and control
- Interactive application control
Wall layouts and scenarios features include:
- Scenario creation, editing and displaying
- Scenario snapshots, packaging and scheduling
- Embedding device tasks in scenarios
- RS232, Ethernet control and activation
Utility and interface features include:
- Security management
- Power tools for display control
- Remote desktop control
- QuickLaunch scenario activator
- WallLaunch scenario activator
- WallManager™– complete wall management
- MediaManager™– multiple controllers
- Multi-language support