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Jan 7, 2014 11:48 AM, By Bennett Liles


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Middle Atlantic Products TechPed

Middle Atlantic Products TechPed

Middle Atlantic Products new TechPed series technology pedestal is a conference table support system that houses equipment and cables. The inner steel rack frame ships directly from stock, allowing integrators to begin the integration of the system immediately. The outer surfaces are shipped separately to the installation site or shop, and can be quickly and easily attached to the core structure to cover the metal and complete the installation. It’s available in three sizes and a range of standard color choices; a custom millwork kit option is also available that provides detailed shop drawings for a woodworker to create a customized look for the TechPed and mounting hardware to attach it to the frame.

Peerless PRSS-UNV-S

Peerless PRSS-UNV-S

Peerless-AV designed the PRSS-UNV-S for projectors up to 50lbs. to have the easiest possible directional adjustments. The mount has separate roll, pitch, and swivel settings. It comes with pre-installed security screws to allow tilt-and-roll locking and tamper proofing. The open frame design lets cables be run through the mount, and there is a quick release thumbscrew mechanism for rapid projector replacement in high up-time environments. The finish is a powder-coat silver, and the mount is configured to secure the projector close to the ceiling and to hold its directional settings during maintenance.

Premier Mounts AM500

Premier Mounts AM500

Premier Mounts has the answer for installations in which a large display has to be hung in a wide range of possible angles. The AM500 articulating wall mount can hold a display up to 500lbs. and from 65in. to 82in. while allowing it to be pulled out from the wall up to 15in. for maintenance. The 90-degree rotation capability can facilitate landscape and portrait mounting formats. There is a choice of three mounting brackets to suit the width of the display and each can be installed with positive or negative tilt adjustment. The mount itself weighs more than 90lbs.

Rose Electronics RackView

Rose Electronics RackView

Rose ElectronicsRackView series features several smart and compact KVM stations for controlling everything from KVM switches to servers. The units are housed in mountable sliding 1RU durable drawers that fit into any standard rack. RackView 8-Port DVI-I USB consolidates a KVM switch and KVM user station into one unit. The RackView High Definition offers full HD video. All RackViews include sliding rails and folding and locking mechanisms to ensure easy access while in use, and keep the keyboard and screen from blocking access to rack equipment when the console is closed.

SnapAV Razor Strong VersaBox

SnapAV Razor Strong VersaBox

Introduced as the perfect companion for the SnapAV Razor low-profile mounts, the Strong VersaBox contains and conceals equipment such as extenders, switches, and amplifiers in the wall behind a flatpanel display. It fits between standard wall studs and attaches directly with screws through the sides, or it can fit into an optional pre-construction bracket installed before the drywall. The box has rubber grommets around the cable holes and its vented cover tilts out for equipment access. SnapAV also produces several lines of pro AV racks including wall mount, cabinet, and floor-standing types.

Spectrum Industries Articulated Flat Panel Monitor Arm

Spectrum Industries Articulated Flat Panel Monitor Arm

The flatpanel monitor arm from Spectrum Industries comes in three sizes, and it permits a display with VESA mounting holes to be attached to a flat surface through a 3/8in. hole or by a clamp provided with each arm. The 95512 is rated for light duty and can hold monitors from 4lbs. to 11.5lbs., while the 95522 can take monitors from 10lbs. to 27.5lbs. The 95509 heavy-duty model fits monitors from 14lbs. to 31lbs. Once installed, the arm will allow the monitor to be horizontally extended up to 24in. and raised up to 16in.



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