Christie, the leader in visual and audio solutions, is expanding the data monitoring capabilities of the Christie Phoenix with the launch of the Phoenix Quad-T. In control room environments, accessing up-to-the-minute information from multiple information sources is critical. The Phoenix and Phoenix Quad-T ensure that data presented in a control room is precise, even in the most demanding situations.
To be displayed at ASIS 2015, the Phoenix Quad-T is a stand-alone device that can be installed anywhere on a network to seamlessly expand a Phoenix system by adding additional inputs in a cost effective manner. Featuring four HDMI connectors that each support resolutions up to 3840x2160 pixels and four mini-USB ports for soft KVM control, the Phoenix Quad-T allows users to acquire high-quality, remote video and control signals over IP networks, enabling teams to work with the same data, regardless of location.
"Monitoring and controlling multiple information sources is critical in control room environments," says Karl Johnson, product manager, Control Room Processors, Christie. "The Christie Phoenix Quad-T allows users to integrate 4K/UHD resolution sources into their Phoenix system and easily expand the system scalability."
Features of the new Phoenix Quad-T include:
* Four HDMI connectors support resolutions up to 3840x2160 (4K/UHD)
* HDMI embedded stereo audio available on each input
* Four mini-USB ports with HID device emulation for keyboard and mouse source control
* One gigabit Ethernet port for image transport and control
* Compatible with HDCP-encrypted signals