SIM 7Q

SIM 7Q

QXGA LCoS projector for training and simulation

Powered by LCoS technology, Barco’s SIM 7Q was specifically designed for commercial flight, fast-jet and rotary-wing training.

Eye-limiting resolution without speed limits

With its QXGA (2048x1536) resolution, Barco’s SIM 7Q delivers razor-sharp images for the ultimate fidelity in simulation training. LCoS technology has the highest pixel-fill factor of all the current display technologies, and produces a smooth-as-silk picture with an extremely small pixel density. Barco’s unique smear reduction technology ensures that speed will not affect the SIM 7Q’s superior image quality, or result in flicker or breakup.

Ready for multi-channel action

The SIM 7Q comes equipped with Barco-engineered technologies that make it ready for multi-projector set-ups:

Edge blending technology creates one continuous image without blurry overlap zones where projections converge.
DynaColor and linked constant light output (CLO) ensure the same light and color levels across the entire screen.
Warping (geometry correction) enables accurate projection from different angles and across spherical or curved surfaces.

Barco’s SIM 7Q projectors have the same footprint as the SIM 6 Ultra II, making them ideal for your upgrade solution. With a lower total cost of ownership than any other display system, Barco has ensured that cutting-edge LCoS technology is at your fingertips.

Back to black

Barco’s SIM 7Q has an impressive dynamic contrast ratio of more than 6,000,000:1 for realistic dusk and night time scenes, and deep black levels. The SIM 7Q’s stimulated night vision capabilities are compatible even with generation 4 NVGs. What’s more, the SIM 7Q is the brightest LCoS training projector on the market.

See this product in action

I/ITSEC 2014

01 December 2014 - 05 December 2014
Orange County Convention Center - USA

Integrated Systems Europe 2015

10 February 2015 - 12 February 2015
RAI Amsterdam - NETHERLANDS

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  • R9011201
    (SIM 7Q)

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