03.09.2004 12:00 PM
Connecticut Light & Power goes live with Large Screen Displays solution in control room


Control room at Connecticut Light & Power utilizes Large Screen Displays’ control room framing system integrated by HB Communications and powered by Christie Digital projectors. Click here to view an enlarged diagram.

A state-of-the-art control room facility is now fully operational at Connecticut Light & Power. HB Communications, a New England-based systems integrator, selected the PiC Projected Images Command/Video Wall from Large Screen Displays for the installation. Large Screen Displays claims that the order, valued at close to $350,000 for the company’s products and services, is the largest order to-date for its control room design screen framing system – the PiC EZ ThinLine Culumn Seamless Technology. Culumn technology incorporates traditional cube framing systems into a column type approach to minimize image separation.

The installation features three separate Command/Video Walls of eight projection systems each for a total of 24 Christie RPMs Series projectors arranged in an array of two screens vertically by four screens horizontally. Each of the three resulting video walls presents a total screen image size of approximately 5.5x14 feet wide.

For more info: www.largescreendisplays.com, www.chrisitiedigital.com or www.hbcommunications.com.

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