Chief Manufacturing Now has Swing Arm Mounts for Digital Signage - Sound & Video Contractor

Chief Manufacturing Now has Swing Arm Mounts for Digital Signage

Chief Manufacturing has three swing arm mounting solutions for large flat-panel screens, perfect for any digital signage application. The Reaction mounts feature breakthrough designs with impressive features
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Chief Manufacturing Now has Swing Arm Mounts for Digital Signage

Nov 9, 2006 8:00 AM

Chief Manufacturing has three swing arm mounting solutions for large flat-panel screens, perfect for any digital signage application. The Reaction mounts feature breakthrough designs with impressive features.

Reaction mounts provide post-installation height adjustment for flexibility. The exclusive CableTrac system features channeled cable management to provide quick and easy routing of cables through the mount arms. G-Force technology provides gravity-centered tilt and smooth adjustment without tools. Choose from the PDR Dual Arm, PNR Dual Arm, and PWR Single Arm mounts for large flat-panel screens 40in. to 65in.

Chief’s Q-Latch mounting system provides quick display connect and disconnect, offers portrait or landscape mounting and integrated security. The mounts offer ultimate flexibility with an extreme range of motion and integrated lateral shift to achieve the perfect viewing angle.

The mounts are easy to install and cover numerous flat-panel displays on the market. Every mount is backed by Chief’s customer service team.

For more information, visit www.chiefmfg.com.

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