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Designed to deliver
Christie® Xenolite lamps are designed for our digital cinema projectors, which set new levels of performance for digital cinema technology. Choices in brightness and power levels offer you flexibility for a variety of screen sizes. With a range of lamp sizes that provide greater light output and longevity, Christie continues to meet the rigorous lamp requirements of exhibitors around the world.
For use with all Christie digital cinema projectors used in the following applications:
Christie Cinema projectors and the recommended suite of Christie Xenolite lamps
For screens up to 35 feet
Christie Xenolite lamps deliver the brightest projection, giving your patrons the best cinema experience.
Choose from this suite of Xenolite lamps:
CDXL-14M | CDXL-16M | CDXL-19SC | CDXL-21S1
Christie CP2215For screens up to 50 feet
High-performance Christie Xenolite lamps are the best option for illuminating your Christie CP2215 digital cinema projector and are designed to deliver mission-critical reliability.
Choose from this suite of Xenolite lamps
CDXL-14M | CDXL-16M | CDXL-18SD | CDXL-20SD | CDXL-23S
Christie CP2220 and Christie CP4220For screens up to 70 feet
Consistent quality, 99.999% proven uptime, longer lamp life and lower operating costs make Christie Xenolite lamps and Solaria Series projectors a winning combination.
CDXL-20 | CDXL-30 | CDXL-30SD
Christie CP2230 and Christie CP4230For screens up to 100 feet
Christie Xenolite lamps can produce remarkable brightness and color consistency with excellent resistance to flicker, ignition difficulty and explosion. With this superior performance comes great economy.
CDXL-20 | CDXL-30 | CDXL-45 | CDXL-60
“ Christie lamps have proven themselves in four critical areas: reliability, longer lamp life, energy savings and bottom line, giving us the lowest operating costs. Our technical teams find the combination of Christie lamps and Christie digital projectors to be a forceful duo that delivers exceptional, high performance in our theaters.”
Gary Watson, Planning and LogisticsHoyt’s Cinema Technology Group, Sydney, Australia