DLP Rear Screen Projectors & Modules Product Catalogue

DLP Rear Screen Projectors & Modules Product Catalogue
DLP REAR SCREEN
PROJECTORS & MODULES
CATALOGUE 2010
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Control Room Display Solutions
Broadcasting
Command and control
Emergency operations
Process control
Security and surveillance
Telecommunications
Transportation
Utilities and power
1 C H R I S T I E
T o t a l V I E W™
Christie has once again been selected by AT&T as the display solution for
The new projection system will be invaluable to ensuring continuous
the company’s Global Network Operations Center (GNOC) in Bedminster,
quality service during peak usage and under the most adverse conditions.
New Jersey. AT&T’s GNOC is the nerve center of the telecommunications
The wallboards monitor patterns and predictability of usage ensuring
giant’s global enterprise and a state-of-the-art customer showcase. In August
the highest level of security, service and performance management.
2007, Christie upgraded from the existing system with a record 141 Christie
TotalVIEWTM rear projection modules. Operating around the clock, the stunning
12-foot-high by 250-foot-wide (3000 sq. ft.) seamless video wall displays over
200 million pixels and provides a comprehensive view of all network traffic
and activities around the world.
Christie’s 25+ years of providing rear projection display products
The Christie TotalVIEW line of control room projection products
for 24/7 control room environments continues to grow and expand
includes all the features and benefits that are most critical to meet
with purpose-built, 1-chip XGA, SXGA+, 3-chip SXGA+ and HD DLP®
today’s demanding control room display system needs: long term
rear projection display products and display wall control systems.
display quality and performance, reliability, low cost of ownership,
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low and easy maintenance, long operating life and excellent price/
performance benefits.
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3 G L O B A L
M A R K E T S
A control room is any facility where display
technology is utilized to effectively allow
collaborating, controlling, monitoring, and/or
processing of dynamic activities or operations
involving video, data, information, equipment,
people, products, resources, and/or services.
Christie gives you complete control – with the
broadest range of products and integrated
display solutions on the market today.
Command and control rooms, network
operations centers, monitoring and surveillance,
video walls – all require similar elements of
operation – high-performance, 24/7 reliability
and purpose-built solutions that are versatile,
easy to maintain and provide superior long life
performance at a low cost of operation.
Deutsche Telekoms, Magdeburg, Germany
Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO),
(Bold Media)
Mississauga, Canada (Applied Electronics Limited)
Telecommunications
Utilities and power
The telecommunication industry’s revenue has
been placed at just under 3% of the gross world
product. With such a widespread global reach,
network operations centers that constantly
monitor service for telecommunications networks
are a critical part of the maintenance of that
business. Christie’s TotalVIEW control room
solutions allow operators the capability to not only
watch and monitor this activity, but to interact
and analyze it in real time with solutions that are
as customized as the networks they control.
It’s no small task to control the generation,
transmission and distribution of key utilities
such as power, water and gas. The very nature
of the breadth of distribution requires constant
management and control. For large display walls
designed for information sharing in a control
center environment, Christie offers the optimum
in application execution, display performance
and ease of use and maintenance.
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Long life, performance, versatility and quality
Ministry of Transportation of Ontario, Burlington,
BBC, London, UK
Barajas Airport, Madrid, Spain
Canada (Applied Electronics Limited)
(Television Systems Limited)
(ALPEIN Ingenieros, S.A.)
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Transportation
Broadcasting
Security and surveillance
The lack of space to expand inner-city highways,
increased congestion, and an overall increase
in traffic accidents and road-side emergencies
has lead to the more efficient use of roadways
through Intelligent Transportation Systems.
At the heart of an effective traffic management
system lies a high resolution display wall. Count
on our 25 years of experience to deliver a
solution that displays multiple video feeds and
detailed graphics seamlessly throughout the
entire virtual display wall.
Broadcast operators, for both master control
and onset studio display, require high resolution
displays with the flexibility to simultaneously
present multiple images in a consistent, reliable
package. Christie offers a broad range of
purpose-built, high-performance DLP®-based
high resolution display systems and virtual
monitor display walls able to produce detailed,
crisp images from multiple sources without
losing quality or content. Christie’s display
walls also provide the flexibility to show native
HD content or standard content in a variety
of viewable formats that can be dynamically
configured in size and aspect ratio. Wide angle,
high contrast screens deliver high black levels
and as a result, superior color saturation.
Surveillance and security have taken on a global
profile, and the critical importance of homeland
security, airport security, school security and
computer security in our everyday lives has
reached epic proportions. Christie’s TotalVIEW
control room solutions provide 24/7 reliability and
confidence. Christie ensures display brightness,
brightness uniformity and long life in cost-effective
packages that are easy to maintain.
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5 I N T E G R A T E D
S O L U T I O N S
With Christie’s long history of understanding customer needs and requirements, our engineers integrate
the latest proven, optical, mechanical, electrical and software technologies to provide quality, purpose-built
products that our customers can rely on. These new products are designed and manufactured at Christie’s
North American factory for use in control room display systems throughout the world.
1. External inputs
3. Content management
Most control room display wall systems require
the ability to display content coming from
a variety of sources such as video cameras,
computers, networks, etc., often displaying
multiple inputs simultaneously. Christie
projection and control systems provide extensive
input capabilities to suit the demanding
requirements of any control room application.
Whether a video wall has only a few projection
displays or a huge array of displays, the Christie
TVC series controller is extremely capable
to display all the information you need to see.
High resolution graphics and video from
multiple sources can be displayed at any size,
anywhere with Christie MASTERSuite wall
management software. It’s the perfect blend
of functionality and simplicity. MASTERSuite
includes both MediaManager and
WallManager components. MediaManager
is ideal for users requiring management
and control of media input sources while
WallManager provides for additional remote
management capabilities and automation
of routine tasks.
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2. Control system
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Display wall systems are typically used to combine
the content of several discrete display devices
or monitors to create one single high resolution
presentation; allowing multiple sources to be
simultaneously and flexibly presented anywhere
on the display wall. Christie’s TVC series
controllers and Spyder series video processors
provide this functionality. Specialized internal
software and hardware enable the tiled video
wall displays to respond as one single ultra-high
resolution desktop.
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4. Rear projection,
display cubes, enclosures
and screens
Christie’s specialized rear projection display wall
systems allow for “seamless” imaging of several
projection devices to create one continuous
display wall. Specialized designs enable
maximum physical and performance benefits
required for quality information displays.
Also, Christie provides both custom and
“off-the-shelf” designs to enable maximum
flexibility in ensuring that the display wall
solution best matches the end-user requirement.
5. Projection engines
Christie offers a wide selection of “purposebuilt” rear projection display products designed
specifically for 24/7 control room applications.
These products feature ultra-high contrast
ratios, brightness uniformity control, color
matching, built-in edge-blending for seamless
tiling and a built-in GPIO port for automated
control between the projection engine and
hardware devices. Projection systems are available
to support a wide range of resolutions and display
sizes and all utilize the latest proven technologies.
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Christie TotalVIEWTM Control Room
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7 P R O J E C T I O N
D I S P L A Y S
Christie is a North American company that develops and manufactures
Purpose-built features designed specifically for the needs of a control room
end-to-end control room display solutions. Our success is built on:
environment utilizing the latest technologies, combined with high performance
platforms, make TotalVIEW TM rear projection products the most comprehensive
• Continuous product development and application focus
line of control room display devices available today.
• Over 25 years of projection development and control room experience
• Strong industry and technology partnerships
Brightness uniformity
Technology
Christie’s TotalVIEW rear projection products
feature the latest XGA, SXGA+ and HD DLP®
display technology for exceptional color and
brightness uniformity, high contrast, and
superior long term reliability. Christie offers dual
UHP type lamp systems for lamp redundancy
and extremely long lamp life as well as Xenon
lamp systems for brighter, more brilliant color
performance. All TotalVIEW rear projection
products feature Christie’s exclusive KoRE
electronics and firmware platform which provide
the most extensive level of input capability and
control flexibility for a rear projection system.
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Brightness uniformity and matching between
projectors is made easy via several brightness
optimization control features. For each individual
display, up to 100% brightness uniformity can
be achieved via controls that enhance center to
edge brightness. Automatic brightness control
allows brightness uniformity across the display
wall to be automatically maintained over time.
entering the same X and Y color coordinates
on each projector for the red, green and blue
colors. If additional adjustment is necessary,
an intuitive color adjustment interface enables
color performance to be optimized as desired.
In addition, remote calibration software tools are
also available. Only Christie offers this complete
level of control and capability!
Multiple inputs (1-chip model shown)
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Color matching and control
CIE Chromaticity Chart
The Christie RPMX and RPMSP series projection
engines are designed with long life, variable
power high pressure, Mercury lamps (UHP
type) rated at 10,000 hours (in low power mode).
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Reliability
All Christie 24/7 control room products are
designed with high reliability in mind. The RPMX
and RPMSP rear projection engines have a
published MTBF (mean time between failures)
rating of >63,000 hours – the highest in the
industry. And this reliability figure is not based
on calculation, but actual proven field results!
Christie’s exclusive KoRETM electronics
Christie’s projectors
are designed with
a large color gamut
and comprehensive
adjustment capability
to achieve the best
color performance
across the entire
display wall.
Christie’s exclusive Comprehensive Color
Adjustment (CCA ) feature provides an
extremely easy way to match colors from
projector to projector across a display wall.
That’s because each projector is color calibrated
prior to shipment from our factory. On site,
projectors may be color matched by simply
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Plug-in (lamp) memory card
6-axis adjustment (1-chip DLP® models)
Christie TotalVIEWTM Control Room
Integrated 6-axis adjustment
system (1-chip models)
A rugged, stable 6-axis adjustment system
integrated within the optical projection
head provides an extensive level of control,
minimizing geometric display distortion.
Added features and benefits
• Ultra-high contrast ratios for superior image
clarity and performance. Christie specifies
contrast ratio in both full field, and more
importantly, ANSI.
• Wide range of 1-chip and 3-chip projection
models to match ideal brightness and
resolution to required screen size.
• Hot-swappable, dual lamp system with
automatic lamp changer on 1-chip models.
When a lamp fails, automatic switch-over
to the secondary lamp occurs. Within one
minute, and minimal disruption, the new
lamp is up to full brightness.
• Simultaneous dual lamp operation on 3-chip
(“DL”) models. If a lamp fails, the image isn’t
disrupted. The failed lamp may be replaced
while the projector remains in operation.
• Automatic
color calibration on dual-lamp
1-chip models. Each lamp comes with its
own simple plug-in memory card to store the
spectral characteristics unique to that lamp.
After a manual or automatic lamp change, the
Dual lamps (1-chip DLP® models)
projector uses this data to re-calibrate itself
to compensate for lamp spectral variations
between old and new lamps. In addition,
D132U models include ColorLOC , an
embedded color sensor enables capability
for continuous color monitoring and correction.
If color-shifts occur over time, the projector
automatically provides color correction to best
maintain color balance across the display wall.
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• LiteLOC automatic brightness control on all
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models. This feature automatically maintains
display brightness by adjusting lamp power,
display aperture, or electronic brightness
control as lamp brightness decreases (model
dependant). The newer 3-chip “DL” series,
with 4000 hours typical lamp life, is designed
to provide a constant 2500 lumens brightness
continuously without brightness re-adjustment.
• Extensive, easy-to-use software interface for
maximum system control, consistent across
all product platforms. And updates are easy
to download and install.
• The best prorated lamp warranties in the
industry, same for replacement lamps.
• The most extensive flexibility for setup,
control and diagnostic monitoring:
1) simple and easy-to-use IR remote control;
2) wired remote control;
3) remote terminal via RS-232 serial network; or
4) r emote computer’s web browser via
network through Ethernet connection.
1-chip DLP®
DLP® Panel
(sealed optics)
Light
Absorber
Integrator
Lamps
4 Segment
Color Filter
• ChristieNET master display controller software
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which is internally driven and browser-based
for extensive control and monitoring of the
projector. Simple and easy to use on a remote
PC connected via the projector’s RJ45 Ethernet
connector. Includes extensive features for
numerous diagnostic and control benefits,
including event scheduling, real-time clock
and real-time diagnostic reporting via email.
• Picture-in-Picture to simultaneously display
more than one input.
• Built-in GPIO port “hard wires” the projector
for remote control or active control of
external devices based on a projector event.
• Several expansion options for additional input
sources such as HD-SDI.
• Built-in edge-blending for pure seamless tiling.
• Optional warp module to allow displays on
uneven, unusual or curved surfaces.
• Christie offers the most extensive range
of “tiling” lenses for our 1-chip rear
screen projection engines. This provides
greater flexibility to meet specific design
requirements or for retrofitting existing
display walls supplied by Christie or by
other manufacturers.
• Dust-free sealed optics.
Range of lenses for 1-chip projection engine
AR/UV
Filter
Relay &
Field Lenses
Cold
Mirror
Projected
Image
Heat
Sink
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S P E C I F I C A T I O N S
3-CHIP DLP ® PROJECTION
DLV1400-DX
DLV1400-DL
Resolution
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SXGA+
Display technology
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3-chip DLP ®, Dark Chip
Illumination technology
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Single 500W Xenon
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Dual (redundant) 200W Mercury
Brightness
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3000 ANSI lumens @ 500W
2100 ANSI lumens @ 350W
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500 ANSI lumens
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(both lamps operational)
Brightness uniformity
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90%, up to 100% with uniform control feature
Contrast ratio1
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Up to 2000:1 full field; 450:1 ANSI minimum
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2500:1 full field; 650:1 ANSI
Color temperature range
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3200K to 9600K
Lamp life (24/7 operation)
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p to 4000 hrs @ 350W
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Up to 2500 hrs @ 500W
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Up to 4000 hrs (per lamp)
Lens types3
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1.25:1 low distortion lens
Lens offset
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otorized – Horizontal: up to 50%,
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Vertical: up to 100%
Screen size/range
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0.73:1 low distortion lens
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otorized – Horizontal: up to 50%,
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Vertical: up to 110%
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60" to 175" diagonal (lens dependant)
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100 to 240 VAC ±10% @ 50/60 Hz
Thermal dissipation: 3000 BTU/hr
Power consumption: 879W
Rating: 10A @ 100V, 5A @ 200V
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00 to 240 VAC ±10% @ 50/60 Hz
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Thermal dissipation: 2970 BTU/hr
Power consumption: 870W
Maximum rating: 8.7A @ 100V
Weight
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72 lb (32.1 kg) excluding optional lens
Shipping weight: 115 lb (52 kg)
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55 lb (25 kg) excluding optional lens
Shipping weight: 75 lb (34 kg)
Horizontal and vertical frequency
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Horizontal: 15 kHz to 120 kHz
Pixel clock
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210MHz
Standard inputs
Optional accessories
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Power requirements
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Vertical: 23.97 Hz to 150 Hz
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165MHz
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5-BNC: RGBHV/YPbPr • DVI-I (digital/analog,
RGB/YPbPr, HDCP) • Composite video, S-video
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5-BNC: RGBHV
Input Modules – RGB, DVI, Dual SD/HD-SDI,
Warping module • Ceiling mount • Lens
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Input modules – Dual Link DVI, Analog, Dual SD/HDSDI, Twin HDMI, Video Decoder • Coarse dust filter
• Ceiling mount • Lens
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Wired remote control
Input signal compatibility
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Christie display wall controllers • Compatibility with VGA through to QXGA
Accepts and displays all currently known HDTV formats (1080p/i, 720p, 576i/p, 480i/p)
Advanced tiling features
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Comprehensive Color Adjustment (CCA™) for true color matching
Brightness Uniformity Control provides up to 100% uniformity capability for critical applications
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Service manual
Color processing
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True 10-bit digital color processing
Control/networking
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2 RS-232 ports and 1 RS-422 port • Built-in backlit keypad
On-board ChristieNET™ connectivity (RJ45) • Intuitive, easy-to-use graphical user interface
Output compatibility
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SXGA+ models can operate in native SXGA mode
Environment
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Operating temperature: 5 to 35ºC (40 to 95ºF)
Reliability
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MTBF: >30,000 hrs (for major modules)
Serviceability
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Modular design
Regulatory approvals
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IEC60950-1:2001; UL60950-1 First edition
CE, RoHS, WEEE • CCC, eK, PSE (pending)
Limited warranty
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2 years parts and labor (excluding lamp)
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13-bit color correction
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MTTR: < 15 minutes
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Expected life of DLP ® panels: 100,000 hours
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Non-operating temperature: -20 to 50ºC (-4 to 122ºF)
Lamp replacement: < 5 minutes
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CAN/CSA C22.2 No.60950-1-03 First edition
Lamp: pro-rated for original lamps and all service replacements lamps
Christie TotalVIEWTM Control Room
DLV1920-DX
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DLV1920-DL
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HD (1920 x 1080)
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Single 500W Xenon
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Dual (redundant) 200W Mercury
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2800 ANSI lumens @ 500W
1960 ANSI lumens @ 350W
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2500 ANSI lumens
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Up to 2000:1 full field; 450:1 ANSI minimum
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2500:1 full field; 650:1 ANSI
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p to 4000 hrs @ 350W
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Up to 2500 hrs @ 500W
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Up to 4000 hrs (each lamp)
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1.15:1 low distortion lens
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Motorized – Horizontal: up to 50%,
Vertical: up to 100%
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otorized – Horizontal: up to 50%,
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Vertical: up to 110%
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100 to 240 VAC ±10% @ 50/60 Hz
Thermal dissipation: 3000 BTU/hr
Power consumption: 879W
Rating: 10A @ 100V, 5A @ 200V
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100 to 240 VAC ±10% @ 50/60 Hz
Thermal dissipation: 2970 BTU/hr
Power consumption: 870W
Maximum rating: 8.7A @ 100V
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73 lb (32.1 kg) excluding optional lens
Shipping weight: 115 lb (52 kg)
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56 lb (25 kg) excluding optional lens
Shipping weight: 75 lb (34 kg)
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210MHz
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165MHz
• 5-BNC: RGBHV/YPbPr • DVI-I (digital/analog,
RGB/YPbPr, HDCP) • Composite video, S-video
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5-BNC: RGBHV
Input Modules – RGB, DVI, Dual SD/HD-SDI,
Warping module • Ceiling mount • Lens
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0.67:1 low distortion lens
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Input modules - Dual Link DVI, Analog, Dual SD/
HD-SDI, Twin HDMI, Video Decoder
• Coarse dust filter • Ceiling mount • Lens
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Separate, composite sync and sync-on-green compatible
Accepts composite video, S-video (Y/C), component video (YUV) and HDTV (YPbPr) – optional accessory on “DL” models
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Low distortion tiling lens (sold separately on “DX” and “DL” models)
Input tiling feature up to a 3 x 3 array (“DL” models only)
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Field upgradable software via RS-232 network or Ethernet
IR remote control • GPIO port
ontrast ratio may vary depending on brightness
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mode (maximum specifications shown).
“DL” models are designed to have both lamps
operational for normal useage. Typical expectation is
that greater than 50% of lamps will reach the lamp life
noted when operated as specified.
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Nominal lens throw ratio shown. Actual throw
distance may be within 5% of nominal value.
Contact your Christie representative for details.
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Power consumption and thermal dissipation is at full
lamp power. Actual consumption and dissipation may
be much lower for typical operation.
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Humidity: 20-80% non-condensing
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Continuous diagnostic monitoring with notification
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EMC – emissions: FCC part 15 and EN55022 (CISPR22) Class A EMC – immunity: EN55024
This product conforms to all relevant European directives, safety, health and environmental concerns
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Contact an authorized Christie representative for full details of our limited warranty
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Altitude: 0 to 3000 m (0 to 10,000 ft)
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1-CHIP DLP ® PROJECTION
RPMX-D132U
RPMSP-D120U
Resolution
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XGA
Display technology
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1-chip DLP ®, Dark Chip
Illumination technology
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Dual (redundant) UHP (120/132W)
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SXGA+
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Dual (redundant) UHP (100/120W)
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Up to 2500:1 full field; up to 850:1 ANSI
Brightness
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See brightness chart on page 13-14
Brightness uniformity
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90%, up to 100% with uniform control feature
Contrast ratio1
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Up to 2500:1 full field; up to 590:1 ANSI
Color temperature range
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3200K to 9600K
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Up to 10,000 hrs @ 120W
Up to 6000 hrs @ 132W
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p to 10,000 hrs @ 100W
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Up to 6000 hrs @ 120W
Lens types3
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.69:1 low distortion
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rear projection tiling lens
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.85:1 or 1.2:1 low distortion
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rear projection tiling lens
Lens offset
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Zero
Screen size/range
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50" diagonal to 100" diagonal
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100 VAC to 240 VAC ±10% @ 50/60 Hz
Thermal dissipation: 820 BTU/hr
Power consumption: 240W
Rating: 2.4A @ 100V, 1A @ 240V
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100 VAC to 240 VAC ±10% @ 50/60 Hz
Thermal dissipation: 785 BTU/hr
Power consumption: 230W
Rating: 2.3A @ 100V, 1A @ 240V
Weight
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52 lb (23.6 kg)
Horizontal and vertical frequency
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Horizontal: 15 kHz to 120 kHz
Pixel clock
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210 MHz
Standard inputs
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5-BNC: RGBHV/YPbPr
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Christie display wall controllers • Compatibility with VGA through to QXGA
Accepts composite video, S-video (Y/C), component video (YUV) and HDTV (YPbPr)
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Comprehensive Color Adjustment (CCA™) for true color matching • Low distortion tiling lens
Brightness Uniformity Control provides up to 100% uniformity capability for critical applications
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True 10-bit digital color processing
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2 RS-232 ports and 1 RS-422 port
IR remote control • GPIO port
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SXGA+ models can operate in native SXGA mode
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Dual SD/HD-SDI, DVI • RS-422 cable
Serial Digital Input module
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Operating temperature: 5 to 35ºC (40 to 95ºF)
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Projector MTBF: 63,000 hrs – excluding lamp (MTBF is calculated based on actual field data of D120U
Color Wheel MTBF: 50,000 hrs on D132U models; 30,000 hrs on D120U and D275U models
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Modular design
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IEC60950-1:2001; UL60950-1 First edition • CAN/CSA C22.2 No.60950-1-03 First edition
EMC – emissions: FCC part 15 and EN55022 (CISPR22) Class A EMC – immunity: EN55024 CE, RoHS, WEEE
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2 years parts and labor (excluding lamp)
Lamp – pro-rated for original lamps and all service replacements lamps
Contact an authorized Christie representative for full details of our limited warranty
Lamp life (per lamp – 24/7 operation)
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Power requirements
Input signal compatibility
Advanced tiling features
Color processing
Control/networking
Output compatibility
Optional accessories
Environment
Reliability
Serviceability
Regulatory approvals
Limited warranty
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Shipping weight: 60 lb (27.2 kg)
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Vertical: 23.97 Hz to 150 Hz
DVI-I (digital/analog, RGB/YPbPr, HDCP)
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Composite video, S-video
13-bit color correction
Field upgradable software via RS-232 network or Ethernet
MTTR: < 15 minutes
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KoRE™ 10-bit librarian communication software
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Non-operating temperature: -20 to 50ºC (-4 to 122ºF)
Lamp replacement: < 5 minutes
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RPMSP-D132U
RPMSP-D275U
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SXGA+
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Dual (redundant) UHP (120/132W)
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Dual (redundant) UHP (250/275W)
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Up to 2500:1 full field; up to 630:1 ANSI
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Up to 2500:1 full field; up to 730:1 ANSI
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Up to 10,000 hrs @ 120W
Up to 6000 hrs @ 132W
SXGA+
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p to 2500 hrs at 250W
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Up to 2250 hrs at 275W
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.69:1 or 1.2:1 low distortion
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rear projection tiling lens
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.69:1, 0.85:1 or 1.2:1 low distortion
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rear projection tiling lens
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100 VAC to 240 VAC ±10% @ 50/60 Hz
Thermal dissipation: 820 BTU/hr
Power consumption: 240W
Rating: 2.4A @ 100V, 1A @ 240V
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100 VAC to 240 VAC ±10% @ 50/60 Hz
Thermal dissipation: 1534 BTU/hr
Power consumption: 450W
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Separate, composite sync and sync-on-green compatible
Accepts and displays all currently known HDTV formats (1080i, 720p, 576i/p, 480i/p)
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On-board ChristieNET™ connectivity (RJ45)
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Wired remote control
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Humidity: 20-80% non-condensing
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Service manual
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Intuitive, easy-to-use graphical user interface
High frequency remote control
Altitude: 0 to 3000 m (0 to 10,000 ft)
version models with over 3.7 million combined operating hrs)
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CCC, eK, PSE (pending)
This product conforms to all relevant European directives, safety, health and environmental concerns
he contrast ratio specified is the “natural”
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contrast ratio measured by both full field
and ANSI methods. Such values are critical
for proper contrast performance assessment
– especially for video walls and data display
walls. These values are not based on utilizing
“dynamic” enhancements which are primarily
designed for individual video displays whereby
brightness may be affected. Contrast ratio
may vary depending on brightness mode
(max specifications shown). Contrast ratio
for 1.2:1 lens versions is 1800:1 full field.
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For UHP (Mercury) lamps, expected lamp
life is based on lamp manufacturer’s rating.
Typical expectation is that greater than 50%
of lamps will reach lamp life rating when
operated as specified.
3
Nominal lens throw ratio shown. Actual throw
distance may be within 5% of nominal value.
Contact your Christie representative for details.
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P R O J E C T I O N
E N G I N E
S P E C I F I C A T I O N S
DLV1400-DX
DLV1400-DL
IR keypad and user’s manual
•
DLV1920-DX
1 set provided per projector
Expansion slots for optional modules
Two
Three
Two
RoHS compliant
Yes
Yes
Yes
Manufactured in Christie’s ISO9001 and ISO14001 facility
Yes
Yes
Yes
Integrated 6-axis adjuster
No
No
No
Comprehensive Color Adjustment (CCA )
Yes
Yes
Yes
LiteLOC automatic brightness management
Yes
Yes
Yes
Automatic color adjustment following lamp change
No
No
No
ColorLOC automatic color management
No
No
No
TM
TM
TM
Dual redundant hot swap lamps
1
N/A
Yes
N/A
Full function IR keypad and easy-to-use menu system
Yes
Yes
Yes
Built-in keypad
Yes
Yes
Yes
# of “smart” memories for multiple sources
50
99
50
Picture-in-Picture
Yes
Yes
Yes
Control and status monitoring over IP
Yes
Yes
Yes
Automated email fault or message notification
Yes
Yes
Yes
Adjustable lamp power
Yes
Yes
Yes
Color wheel bearing type
N/A
N/A
N/A
Extensive picture control and scaling capability
Yes
Yes
Yes
Built-in edge-blending capability
Yes
Yes
Yes
Option
Yes
Option
Warping capability
Some features listed may be available via simple
software upgrade in the field. Contact your
Christie representative for details.
1-chip models are designed for sequential
lamp usage. 3-chip “DL” models are designed
for simultaneous dual lamp usage.
1
For best color matching between adjacent
displays, it is recommended that White Boost
be set at 0%.
2
XGA Resolution
RPMX-D132U
ANSI Brightness: 1-chip models
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Lamp power
132W
White Boost2
100%
0%
120W
100%
0%
Brightness
Max: 1100
Typ: 955
Max: 645
Typ: 560
Max: 1000
Typ: 870
Max: 585
Typ: 510
Christie TotalVIEW TM Control Room
DLV1920-DL
RPMX-D132U
•
RPMSP-D120U
1 set provided with 1-3 projectors
•
RPMSP-D132U
14
RPMSP-D275U
2 sets provided with 4+ projectors (including set-up tools)
Three
One
One
One
One
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
99
50
50
50
50
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
N/A
Air
Magnetic sleeve
Air
Magnetic sleeve
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Option
Option
Option
Option
SXGA+ Resolution
ANSI Brightness: 1-chip models
RPMSP-D120U
Lamp power
120W
White Boost
2
100%
0%
100W
100%
0%
RPMSP-D132U
Brightness
Lamp power
Max: 1050
132W
Typ: 975
Max: 610
Typ: 800
Max: 480
Typ: 440
100%
0%
Typ: 560
Max: 875
White Boost
2
120W
100%
0%
RPMSP-D275U
Brightness
Lamp power
Max: 1350
275W
Typ: 1175
Max: 775
Typ: 975
Max: 645
Typ: 560
100%
0%
Typ: 675
Max: 1120
White Boost2
250W
100%
0%
Brightness
Max: 2550
Typ: 2320
Max: 1560
Typ: 1390
Max: 2310
Typ: 2100
Max: 1350
Typ: 1225
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P R O J E C T I O N
E N G I N E
S P E C I F I C A T I O N S
SIDE VIEW
FRONT VIEW
DLV1400-DL & DLV1920-DL MODELS
Lens protrusion is dependant on the actual lens selected.
FRONT VIEW
2.55"
(65mm)
Lens protrusion is dependant on the actual lens selected.
14.96" (380mm)
1.29" (33mm)
3.54"
(90mm)
3.93" (100mm)
SIDE VIEW
Lens dependent
DLV1400-DX & DLV1920-DX MODELS
2.55"
(65mm)
14.96" (380mm)
1.29" (33mm)
3.54"
(90mm)
3.93" (100mm)
Lens dependent
TOP VIEW
14.96" (380mm)
14.52"
(369mm)
11.85"
(301mm)
2.36" (60mm)TYP
32.52" (826mm)
1.29" (33mm)
17.36" (441mm)
0.98" (25mm)
0.98" (25mm)
2.55"
(65mm)
3.93" (100mm)
3.54"
(90mm)
12.75" (324mm)
Lens dependent
FRONT VIEW
4.72"
(120mm)
RPMSP-D120U & RPMSP-D275U (LENS HORIZONTAL)
32.52" (826mm)
2.55"
(65mm)
17.36" (441mm)
0.98" (25mm)
0.98" (25mm)
4.72"
(120mm)
32.52" (826mm)
Illustrations are for reference only. Lens dimension are dependant on the lens type. Contact your Christie representative for expanded CAD drawings for the model
.72" (120mm)
" (301mm)
.36" (60mm)
of interest. RPMX and RPMSP models are configurable for horizontal lens position (as shown) or vertical lens position (when used with mirror-bounce to screen).
75" (324mm)
14.52"
(369mm)
11.85"
(301mm)
0.98" (25mm)
17.36" (441mm)
0.98" (25mm)
2.36" (60mm)TYP
14.96" (380mm)
1.29" (33mm)
12.75" (324mm)
3.54"
(90mm)
3.93" (100mm)
Lens dependent
TOP VIEW
4.72" (120mm)
2.36" (60mm)
11.85" (301mm)
12.75" (324mm)
FRONT VIEW
4.72"
(120mm)
4.72"
(120mm)
RPMX-D132U & RPMSP-D132U MODELS (LENS HORIZONTAL)
Long life, performance and versatility
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Installation
Christie’s intuitive on-screen menu system is unmatched in the industry – easy to use for the novice but
extremely comprehensive for the set-up or install technician. Preferred by A/V professionals world-wide, nearly
every imaginable control and feature capability is available through the projector’s internal KoRETM software
menu system. Should changes or improvements occur over time, the projector’s software is easily field
upgraded via simple upload and download using Christie’s free KoRETM Librarian software.
Christie projectors allow your settings to be saved,
transferred or backed up via remote computer.
Option slots allows for additional analog,
digital or video inputs. Analog inputs support
resolutions up to 2048 x 1536. A wide signal
input range allows the projector to lock on to
and accept most signals that are available today.
To further ensure the best quality of display,
state-of-the-art analog input signal processing
circuitry includes features such as DC restoration,
hum rejection, high frequency noise rejection,
sync level conditioning, tri-level sync handling,
and de-interlacing.
For installations requiring the older SXGA
resolution standard, all SXGA+ models are fully
compatible with SXGA so that either resolution
may be displayed in native format. For integration
with other cube/screen/structure designs, the
RPMX and RPMSP models include a very small
form factor with optical head orientation of both
0º (horizontal throw) and 90º (vertical throw).
COMPANY PROFILE
Space Vision was founded in October 2002 by a team of
engineers and businessmen with vast experience in the
area of electronics and audiovisual systems. The main goal
of the company's founders was the creation of a flexible
and dynamic enterprise, which would bring a new era in
the field of the audiovisual solutions in Greece.
Since its foundation, our company has established a high
reputation over the years, by implementing medium and large-scale projects and has
managed to hold one of the highest positions in the area of AudioVisual Integrators in
the Greek Market.
The company's activities vary from the trade, installation and engineering of
audiovisual systems to the implementation of turnkey projects.
Today, the name of Space Vision stands out in hundreds of high-tech installations in
cinemas, studios, classrooms, meeting rooms, auditoriums, convention centers,
theaters and museums across a broad spectrum of public and private organizations
and agencies all over Greece.
SPACE VISION S.A.
312 Mesogeion Avenue,
153 41 Agia Paraskevi,
Attika, Greece.
Tel.: +30210282103
Fax: +302825743
E-Mail: [email protected],
http://www.spacevision.gr
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