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Solid-state technology. Zero maintenance design.
Designed for new video wall systems, such as cubes or structures, and also upgrading existing video wall systems without having to replace the entire system, Christie’s rear screen video wall display projectors are the engines that drive high performance video walls. Christie’s video wall projectors are purpose built for 24/7 data monitoring environments and come in a wide range of resolutions and display sizes.
Packed with industry firsts and using solid-state technology, this series is virtually maintenance free. The Christie Entero™ LED Series offers extraordinarily long life, 24/7 reliability and demanding performance quality. This series is the first LED ultra-high resolution DLP® display system. It employs the latest in rear screen display technology and offers a worry-free, cost-effective solution for control room and video wall displays. The Christie Entero LED Series will exceed your expectations.
The Christie Entero™ LED is the ultimate display solution
State of the art technology
Christie is a market leader in service and support. We stand behind our products and offer industry leading support, second to none. The Christie Entero™ LED Series is a revolutionary technology you’ll want today.
Distinctive LED benefits
LED illuminated projection is the future of 24/7 rear projection control room displays, replacing traditional mercury arc lamp-based systems. This newer, proven technology offers numerous benefits over traditional mercury-based lamps:
Low cost of ownership/operation
The Christie Entero™ LED Series surpasses all other lamp-based systems in cost of ownership and operation. There are NO consumable components to replace such as lamps, filters or color wheels for virtually zero maintenance. The rated life of the LED illumination module is 60,000 hours (over 6.5 years). Christie’s high-reliability-design reduces the risk of component or system failures. The only moving parts within the Christie Entero™ LED system are three sets of cooling fans (each set has one redundant fan to reduce any downtime).
Limited wall disruption
With no consumable parts to replace there is limited service disruptions to the wall. The ArrayLOC™ feature ensures automatic color and brightness management to reduce the need for frequent color and brightness recalibrations.
By and large, the system is virtually “maintenance free” which reduces overall cost of ownership and service disruption.
Purpose built 24/7 features
The Christie Entero LED Series incorporates all the typical “purpose built” features of Christie’s 1-chip DLP® control room products.
Features such as:
Automatic color and brightness management
Christie’s projection products are factory calibrated for precise color and brightness control, providing complete flexibility and ease for color and brightness setup. However, when multiple displays are tiled into a seamless array, it is critical that color and brightness are matched across the array and that it remains balanced long term. The Christie Entero™ LED includes ArrayLOC™ which provides intelligent automatic brightness and color management thus minimizing the need for human intervention and wall disruption. All projection displays in the video wall array communicate with each other via Ethernet to ensure consistent matching. No external computer or controller is required to assist in wall monitoring.
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1 LED lifetime is based on expected useful life to 50% brightness.
2 Brightness specifications are at reduced color space settings.
3 The contrast ratio specified is the “natural” contrast ratio measured by both full field and ANSI methods. Such values are critical for proper contrast performance assessment – especially for video walls. These values are not based on using “dynamic” enhancements, which are primarily designed for individual video displays and can affect brightness.
4 For best long-term performance and reliability, Christie recommends that all electronic equipment, such as projection systems,are regularly operated at temperatures below 77°F (25°C).
Due to constant research, specifications and features are subject to change without notice.