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New Christie Velvet CorePlus LED delivers flexible, value-priced video wall solution

By M4G Bureau - February 08, 2018

The new hardware CorePlus includes a direct mount system, making for quick and easy installation directly onto flat walls?eliminating the need for an additional mounting structure

Global visual, audio and collaboration solutions company Christie has introduced the Christie Velvet CorePlus LED video walls with unparalleled design flexibility as a value-priced LED video wall solution. Ranging in pixel pitches from 1.2 to 4.0 millimeters, the single architecture scales more easily to popular resolutions including 4K, is fully customisable with remote and on-board options, and can be both installed and serviced from either the front or back.

Christie Velvet CorePlus is designed with a focus on flexibility and affordability while delivering a host of features normally found in more expensive LED. The on-board or remote power options for CorePlus increases installation possibilities while providing efficient heat management and redundancies for 24x7 operation.

Christie Velvet CorePlus includes a direct mount system, making for quick and easy installation directly onto flat walls-eliminating the need for an additional mounting structure and thereby further reducing total system cost. Moreover, with the new E600 Controller, end users can easily scale to 4K 60Hz.

“Our customers no longer have to sacrifice key capabilities when purchasing a value-priced LED video wall,” said Ted Romanowitz, senior product manager, Christie. “When you choose Christie, we work with you every step of the way to leverage CorePlus’ incredible flexibility tomap out a solution that will bring your vision to reality. You can rest assured that it will be delivered with the superior product quality, service and support associated with the Christie brand.”

“The international markets for narrow pitch indoor LED continue to grow at an incredible pace, expected to expand 19 percent CAGR over the next four years to reach sales of $2.9 Billion in 2021.” stated Chris McIntyre-Brown, associate director, Professional Equipment and Displays at FutureSource Consulting. “We’re beginning to see (the) introduction of affordably priced LED video walls by premier AV manufacturers with capabilities to match customer requirements in international markets, which will spur broader adoption of narrow pixel pitch LED technology.”

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