Optoma, the world’s leading maker of large image solutions, today announced at ISE its new FHDQ130 +, a high-performance, multifunctional LED display designed to deliver larger than 130-inch images for professional installations. Featuring a beautiful frameless design, the Optoma FHDQ130 + allows integrators to easily connect and combine multiple displays to seamlessly create large-scale installations to meet the demands of large environments, whether corporate lobby or meeting room, digital signage or hospitality .

Upgrading its predecessors, the Full HD 1080p FHDQ130 + uses common cathode technology, which is 30% more energy efficient than a standard common anode LED with the same size. Using just 0.5W of standby power, the FHDQ130 + minimizes power consumption to help reduce overall cost of ownership, which is especially beneficial for frequent-use installations such as corporate receivers and digital signs. In addition, the Optoma FHDQ130 + is an option for cleaner energy, saving an average of 2249 lbs CO2eq per year, which is the amount of CO2 emitted by a car in 8.5 months.

To meet the growing market for LED displays, Optoma now offers three all-in-one LED display solutions, including FHDQ163 QUADZilla, winner of the ISE 2020 Installation Best of Show award and FHDS130 SOLO LED. These revolutionary all-in-one LEDs come pre-calibrated from the box, responding to the growing demand for all-in-one solutions from integrators and ensuring that the image is optimized for immediate use. Designed for seamless installations, these display solutions are designed with a simple assembly process, reducing installation time from days to hours.

The new Optoma FHDQ130 + provides 1080p resolution, 3840 Hz refresh rate, 600 nits brightness and 10,000: 1 contrast, creating high brightness and smooth images with exceptional clarity for a variety of professional environments. The display also features 1.5mm pixel pitch, 4K UHD input compatibility and a wide DCI-P3 color gamut, creating visuals with richer colors, better gray levels, incredible color accuracy and high contrast thanks to the unique QUAD LED technology.

Features of Optoma FHDQ130 + include:

  • Full HD 1080p 130 ”LED display
  • 600 nits brightness
  • Seamless three-step installation process with one power cord
  • High contrast with unique 4-in-1 LED SMD layout and 170-degree wide viewing angle
  • Industry-leading, built-in Caliber HQUltra 4K scaling switch technology with a wide range of connectivity and control options, including HDMI, 3G-SDI, HDBaseT, LAN USB and RS232
  • Optoma CreativeCast Pro and Fusion Connect allow wireless control and simultaneous sharing of images, documents and screen from up to four devices
  • Environmental technology with common cathode and <0.5W in standby mode

“Our award-winning QUAD LED series offers a full range of innovative display products that combine unsurpassed performance, easy installation and energy efficiency,” said Simon Jonas, Optoma’s Category Manager. “We are excited to introduce the FHDQ130 + and provide our ProAV customers with a unique display solution that produces an even smoother and smoother image to provide a more immersive visual experience.”

The FHDQ130 + also features Optoma Management Suite (OMS) ™, a value-added solution and cloud platform that offers IT administrators and technicians a real-time remote platform for monitoring, managing and diagnosing multiple displays simultaneously around the world. OMS allows technicians to check status and make configurations to optimize performance and broadcast emergency messages, signals, or on-site display messages.

In addition to the FHDQ130 +, Optoma offers quiet, height-adjustable LED lifting, which allows you to easily move the display from one place to another. The elevator has a built-in lockable storage space to hide cables and peripherals for professional presentation.

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Optoma Expands Award-Winning LED Display Series with Groundbreaking 130” FHDQ130+ All-In-One QUAD LED Display

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