Middle Atlantic IFP Display Carts

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New to the FlexView Series line is the FlexView Series IFP display carts. They incorporate comprehensive device mounting, built-in power distribution, and a selection of quality finishes. Middle Atlantic designed them to solve the weight, size, and aesthetic challenges of integrating interactive flat panels (IFPs); the new carts are engineered to support IFPs and larger displays ranging from 60 to 102 inches with a large VESA mounting and a robust weight capacity of up to 300 pounds, accommodating even the 84-inch Microsoft Hub. The new cart lineup was designed to be the first in the industry to be available in optional finishes in popular high-pressure laminate (HPL) colors including new textured, metallic HPLs. It’s available in both fixed and height-adjustable solutions equipped with MAP’s ADA compliant e-lift feature. Additional features include locking casters, leveling feet, storage, passive thermal management, and eight outlet power distribution with surge protection. Tool-free Lever Lock supports small-device mounting. 

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