Da-Lite Offers Mobile Plasma Stand

Da-Lite Screen Company has introduced the Mobile Plasma Stand to its line of A/V carts. The stand will work with most flat-panel monitors, and the unique rail mounting system ensures an easy installation for the monitor, with the added security of a key-operated lock.
Author:
Publish date:

Da-Lite Offers Mobile Plasma Stand

Oct 4, 2005 8:00 AM

Da-Lite Screen Company has introduced the Mobile Plasma Stand to its line of AV carts. The stand will work with most flat-panel monitors, and the unique rail mounting system ensures an easy installation for the monitor, with the added security of a key-operated lock.

The new stand provides for safe and surefooted transport of flat-panel monitors over uneven surfaces with its heavy-duty 5in. casters. A sturdy adjustable accessory shelf allows for stacking multiple components.

The Mobile Plasma Stand is available in 60in., 72in., and 84in. heights and comes standard with a black powder coat finish.

For more information, visit www.da-lite.com.

Featured

Related

Aurora IPBaseT Manager

Frequently the management software for an AV over IP solution is overlooked. The software is ultimately what determines the experience with the AV over IP product during installation, usage, and troubleshooting. Aurora Multimedia introduced its latest IPBaseT Manager web server ...read more

Barco FL40_HighRes_01 jpg

Tech Showcase: 4K/8K Projection

Projectors continue to hold their own, as display options expand and diversify. We’ve only scratched the surface with 8K—starting with DP’s INSIGHT laser, which we saw at InfoComm. Last month, Japan’s NHK debuted its 8K broadcasting (even though content continues to lag, with 8K ...read more

Barco FL40_HighRes_01 jpg

Tech Showcase: 4K/8K Projection

Projectors continue to hold their own, as display options expand and diversify. We’ve only scratched the surface with 8K—starting with DP’s INSIGHT laser, which we saw at InfoComm. Last month, Japan’s NHK debuted its 8K broadcasting (even though content continues to lag, with 8K ...read more