Displays used in a350

Does anyone know what displays are used in the real A350 are they like 4k 144hz?
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Just wondering if anyone knows the brand that makes them and the display quality

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Not sure if this helps:

Airbus is building on its cockpit design heritage to innovate and evolve the A350 XWB’s display technology further than the advances made by the A380. Six very large liquid crystal display (LCD) screens replace the 10 large LCDs on the A380, providing ample room to show all the flight and system information needed for modern air travel, with an additional display area available for future requirements.

The identical display screens are fully interchangeable and have the same part number for reduced spares requirements, while the advanced design and mature technology reduce maintenance costs by up to 80%.

The revised design of the A350 XWB’s glass cockpit dropped the A380-sized display and adopted 38 cm (15 in) liquid-crystal display screens. The new six-screen configuration includes two central displays mounted one above the other (the lower one above the thrust levers) and a single (for each pilot) primary flight/navigation display, with an adjacent on-board information system screen.[134] Airbus says the cockpit design allows for future advances in navigation technology to be placed on the displays plus gives flexibility and capacity to upload new software and to combine data from multiple sources and sensors for flight management and aircraft systems control.[135] A head-up display is also present in the cockpit.

Avionics are a further development of the integrated modular avionics (IMA) concept found on the A380. The A350’s IMA will manage up to 40 functions (versus 23 functions for the A380) such as undercarriage, fuel, pneumatics, cabin environmental systems, and fire detection.[115][135] Airbus stated that the benefits includes reduced maintenance and lower weight because as the IMA replaces multiple processors and LRUs with around 50 percent fewer standard computer modules known as line-replaceable modules. The IMA runs on a 100 Mbit/s network based on the AFDX standard, as employed in the A380, in place of the architecture used on the A330/A340.

Information from Airbus and Wikipedia

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Thanks they must not be very high res displays

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Your welcome mate.

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