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Chief Introduces Ceiling Mounts for Small, Medium, and Large Flat Panels

Aug 24, 2006 8:00 AM


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Chief Manufacturing, the industry leader in mounting solutions, introduces the FHP, MCS, and PCS single ceiling mounts for small, medium, and large flat-panel TVs.

Compatible with all VESA 75 mm/100 mm displays, FHP (10in. to 26in. displays) was designed with Chief’s exclusive Centris technology for easy adjustments and gravity-centered tilt. The mount includes all installation hardware, an adjustable column, two snap-on cable management covers and a pivot/tilt attachment for a variety of screen positioning options. The FHP provides portrait and landscape rotation and side-to-side pivot. This all-metal mount is available in black or silver and holds displays up to 40lbs.

The MCS (26in. to 40in. displays) provides a hassle-free installation for mounting mid-size screens from the ceiling. G-Force tilt technology provides easy, fingertip adjustments that can be tightened down for public applications. The MCS includes Chief’s Q-Latch mounting system for increased security and easy screen attachment, and integrated cable management and security. The screen can easily be installed in portrait or landscape positions. Extension column and ceiling plates are sold separately. The MCS is available in black and holds displays up to 100lbs.

The PCS single-ceiling mount (37in. to 65in. displays) is designed to thread directly into a 1 1/2in. NPT extension column for a fast and secure installation. No tools tilt adjustment provides extra fast screen positioning with lock down capability. The PCS includes Chief’s exclusive Q-Latch mounting system and cable management through the extension column. Displays can be installed in portrait or landscape positions. The PCS is available in black and holds displays up to 175lbs.

For more information, visit www.chiefmfg.com.



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