The NX-series have set a new standard for indoor LED displays by offering the deepest black levels available on the market, and pairing this with a phenomenal contrast ratio of over 4,000:1. With a light output of over 2,000 Nits and native 16-bit color processing, it is sure to deliver the pinnacle of image quality in any indoor setting. In addition, the NX-series guarantee easy, quick installation and are lightweight by design.
|Pixel pitch||4.66 mm|
|LED configuration||3-in-1 SMD|
10,368 LEDs per tile (96x108)
|Hor. viewing angle||120° (min 50% brightness)|
|Vert. viewing angle||
+48, -55° (min 50% brightness)
|Contrast ratio||4,000:1 (at 500 lux)|
60,000 hours to 75% of initial brightness
|Power consumption||300 W/tile (max)
132 W average
|Operation power voltage||200-240V / 50-60Hz|
Width: 448mm (17.6")
|Weight / Tile||
|IP rating||Indoor use only|
|Foot build-up||Max. 12 tiles high|
|Truss build-up||Max. 15 tiles high|
|Link interface||NNI interface (HDMI connector)|
|Max link length||10m (with Barco HDMI cable)|
|Interfaces||4x HDMI link
1x USB (diagnostic)
|Max power cascade connection||8 tiles|
|Serviceability||Front and back (tools required for front)|
|Storage temperature||-20 - 60°C|
CVBS, YC, YUV, RGB, DVI (Single and Dual link , up to 2048x1536)
|Operatable digitizer||DX-700 (with NNI output card)|
|Certifications||CE class A, TUV, FCC Class A, ETL, Cebec|
Black and bright
- Use of black silicon resin instead of the traditional white epoxy, plus radical new light trap shader design delivers the deepest blacks any product on the market
- When combined with a light output of 2000 Nit a phenomenal contrast ratio of 4000:1 is obtained
Seamless and lightweight
- The Structure of The NX-4 in made of carbon fiber and is designed in a framework — rather than a box.
- The result is a support system far stronger, far lighter, and ten times less sensitive to deformation extremely tight tolerances along all three structural axes (x, y and z).
- Weight of the NX-4 tile including structure and cables is 59kg/sqm, 21% less than ILite 6XP.
Consistent uniformity over time
- By using next generation, highly efficient LED dies and running the LED's at lower temperatures, extremely high brightness levels have been achieved at much lower currents. It’s simple — less stress equals longer life.
- Within the LED itself, the use of silicon instead of epoxy resin also slows the aging process, and provides a greater degree of reliability in humid operating conditions.
- NX-4’s new “tri-color” LED calibration further ensures display stability and uniformity over time.
- With the product’s brightness declining to only 85% after 60,000 hours
Brilliant colors, breathtaking grayscales
- 16-bit processing and new “tri-color” calibration on all three colors
- Reaching new levels of color depth (281 trillion colors), uniformity, and grayscale range
- With a tight selection of LED's and the 16- bit processing power of the NX-4, tiles can be calibrated to a larger color triangle – one that is actually wider than the HDTV standard, delivering vibrant images with deep, uniform colors across the entire display surface.
- NX-4 also employs the same small modular concept as Barco’s renowned OLite series
- allowing the tiles to be used either as a standard integral display, or split apart for creative designs.
- And when used in conjunction with Barco’s Director Toolset, you can build displays of any shape or form — limited only by your imagination.
Remove the tools, improve the serviceability
- No tools or cables are required to set up and secure an NX-4 LED wall, or take it apart for service.
- And because the Mag-frame is essentially an open structure, there’s easy access to every module, the control unit and interface boards.
- The control unit can even be opened while the tile is fully operational.
- For added serviceability, if any shader is damaged, they are easily removed and replaced.
- The inter-tile locking system has also beenre-designed for ease of setup, with simplified electrical connections, accurate “click” prelocks, robust horizontal and vertical locking mechanisms