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Chief Releases Three New Shelves

Chief Manufacturing rolled out three new shelf accessories: a large shelf for swing-arm mounts (PACCS1) and two videoconferencing camera shelves (PAC716 and FVS251).

Chief Manufacturing rolled out three new shelf accessories: a large shelf for swing-arm mounts (PACCS1) and two videoconferencing camera shelves (PAC716 and FVS251).

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The PACCS1 holds AV components below a TV display that is installed using Chief swing-arm or ceiling mounts. The accessory allows equipment to move with the display, and serves as a solution for videoconferencing, hospitality, education, and medical applications that frequently use DVD players, cable boxes, and other hardware components.

The new mount shelf allows vertical and extension adjustments to fit most component and flat-panel combinations. It's also compatible with any Chief medium or large swing-arm and ceiling mounts that use 14-inch-by-14-inch Q-Latch mounting system. The PACCS1 includes slots to provide room to strap components to shelf for safety using the PAC103 accessory, and it can be used with PACLR1 speaker accessories to integrate side loudspeakers.

The PAC716 is a 14-inch videoconferencing camera shelf that can be installed above or below the display. Designed as a solution for boardrooms and other videoconferencing applications, it is compatible with all Chief carts, stands, swing-arm mounts, and ceiling mounts that use a 14-inch-by-14-inch Q-Latch system.

The FVS251 is also a 14-inch videoconferencing camera shelf, but is specifically designed for Fusion fixed or tilt wall mounts. The shelf can be installed above or below the display without adding depth to the installation, and allows horizontal and vertical adjustments.



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