Christie has launched a line-up of LCD flat panels designed for government, corporate and military environments, as well as other facilities that require top security at all times.
The first two models in the Secure Series range – the Christie SUHD551-L and Christie SUHD651-L – are both Trade Agreement Act (TAA) compliant. Crucially, they do not have radio frequency (RF) functionality. This means no unauthorised users can access the system, adding an extra layer of security.
Ideal for meeting rooms, control rooms and digital signage applications, the panels include professional features such as OPS slot, UHD resolution and USB playback.
“Government requirements for a professional secure display without RF are going largely unmet in the US market,” says Christie senior product manager, Jim Hall. “This feature-rich series offers business grade features and performance at a competitive price to better meet customer needs including compliance with current TAA requirements.”
Both models in the Secure Series are Crestron supported and come with a three-year parts and labour warranty backed by Christie’s renowned customer service.
The global visual and audio technologies company recently added another new LCD flat panel to its range. The FHD553-X delivers better than ever brightness uniformity and is described as the perfect platform for video walls.