The Christie® TVC-700 is a flexible, built-to-order display wall processor delivering exceptional graphical power and multiple input options, with support for video wall configurations up to 18 outputs. The Christie TVC-700 offers the flexibility to display 3D applications, network-streamed desktops, and direct-connected, high-resolution DVI, RGB and video inputs anywhere, and at any size on the display wall, with real-time performance.
The Christie TVC-700 is comprehensively managed through Christie MASTERSuite™ software – a feature-rich, easy to set up and use application suite providing immediate and convenient access to any source of visual information found in a control room.
Addressing today’s most challenging control room environments applications that demand cutting-edge performance and lower costs of ownership, the new Christie TVC-700 display wall processor is COTS-based (commercial-off-the-shelf) PC-based , simple to install, intuitive and easy-to-use, and purpose-built for the rigors of 24/7 control room environments. The Christie TVC-700 is perfectly suited for such environments as emergency operation centers, 911/dispatch facilities, public utilities, design centers, oil and gas exploration and military applications, among many others.
- PCIe architecture found in modern PCs, is perfectly suited to support the high data rates required to capture and display high-resolution, high-frame-rate content
- supports a scale of solution from relatively small to very large (in terms of inputs and outputs) without incremental cost
- enables high-performance, multiscreen rendering
- enables multi-screen (up to 6) 3D applications
- ultra-high resolution outputs (DL-DVI to greater than 2560x1600 per screen)
- current data path input and output cards:
- high performance GPUs with 256MB GDDR RAM per output
- support for Single- and Dual-link DVI inputs (up to 10 SL-DVI/RGB/Composite, or 5 DL-DVI inputs)
- support for large numbers of video inputs (40 total)
- Windows 7 Ultimate x64 Edition:
- 64-bit OS Architecture
- memory and hardware no longer compete for limited address space with 64-bit OS, freeing the system to support more than 4GB RAM. Standard configuration supports 8GB RAM
- support for large virtual screen resolutions.