Clear-Com launches V-Series IrisX IP Panel: featuring new TFT displays combined with lower latency and increased port capacity

Clear-Com has recently announced the launching of the new V-Series IrisX IP Panel. The product expands the capabilities of the original V-Series Iris Panel, delivering new thin-film-transistor (TFT) displays combined with the V-Series Iris’ lower latency and increased port capacity.

IrisX fits into IP-based productions with AES67 connectivity and dual NIC connections. The solution will take advantage of key new features found in Eclipse HX software including role-based workflows and several redundancy measures. Additional benefits of IrisX include capacity for three concurrent full duplex uncompressed audio streams and backward compatibility with MVX-A16 and IVC-32 cards.

New TFT displays in IrisX enable higher resolution and increased variation in brightness for clearer label information and data display. The new displays are far more resistant to burn-in or fading, thus allowing for a significantly longer overall lifespan.

The new product has the ability to provide up to 64 ports when combined with just a single E-IPA card, and less than 10 ms audio latency from IrisX panel to frame via an AES67 connection. It supports three different connection options with a direct 4-wire, AES67 or the company’s proprietary I.V. Core protocol.

“As display technologies improve, we want to bring those advantages to our users. We have developed IrisX based on feedback from users in the field across multiple market areas who are looking for increased brightness and resolution, and we believe they will be thrilled with the new features and functionality,” concludes Stephen Sandford, Senior Product Manager for Clear-Com. “We’re excited for our customers to get their hands – and eyes – on these new panels!”

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