Chief Offers New Power Conditioner to Protect Flat Panel Displays

The new PACPC1 Power Conditioner is a single SKU that provides protection from spikes in electrical current and more reliable network operations.

Minneapolis, MN, USA - - (October 2, 2007) - - Chief Manufacturing, the industry leader in flat panel TV and projector mounts, now offers a power conditioner designed to integrate with a Chief mount, protecting flat panel displays from spikes in electrical current.

Chief's new PACPC1 Power Conditioner is designed to easily fit with Chief's flat panel wall mounts, extension columns and in -wall accessories to ensure a fast installation. The PACPC1 provides surge protection up to 1890 joules, overvoltage protection shutoff and noise filtering. The accessory includes two outlets and a 2' power cord. With the PACPC1 you get a 350K Lifetime equipment protection warranty, plus a faster, more reliable network operations and a better quality cable feed.

About Chief
Chief Manufacturing, a division of CSAV Inc. - Chief/Sanus Audio Visual, has more than 29 years of proven product and service excellence. Committed to responding to industry needs in the Pro AV, Residential and Office markets, Chief offers a complete line of mounts, lifts and accessories for flat panel TVs and projectors.

Chief continues to design innovative mounting solutions that complement the technology they support. With multiple product awards and patented designs, Chief provides unique mount features, and is recognized for delivering not only quality products, but knowledgeable, helpful customer service.

U.S., Europe and Asia sales offices support a global network spanning the Americas, Europe, the Pacific Rim and beyond.

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