Sanus to Debut VisionMount® Full -Motion Motorized Mount at International CES

Sanus Systems® has announced it will be debuting the new VisionMount VLMF109 Motorized Full-Motion Mount at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, in booth #11040.

Offers full -motion movement via remote control with easy installation, slender motor and smooth, quiet motion at 35 decibels


(LAS VEGAS) -Sanus Systems®, the leading global manufacturer of audio/video mounts, furnishings and consumer electronics accessories, has announced it will be debuting the new VisionMount VLMF109 Motorized Full -Motion Mount at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, in booth #11040.

The VLMF109 Full -Motion Motorized Mount supports 37 to 56 inch flat -panel TVs weighing up to 110 lbs. and offers full -motion movement with an included IR remote control. With just the touch of a button, users can change the viewing angle of their TVs by extending the mount up to 9 inches from the wall and swiveling it up to 120 degrees. When the mount is fully retracted, it sits just 2 inches from the wall -an incredible feat for a motorized mount, which usually requires more depth for its motor.

"Many first -generation motorized mounts have a lot of moving parts and bulky motors that require unattractive shrouds or covers to protect the internal components," said Jeff Lasch, product manager for Sanus. "Our new VLMF109 features a compact 1.99 -inch thick motor, fully enclosed in a sleek encasement that tucks neatly behind the TV and remains out of sight when the TV is not being used."

Lasch explains, "The VLMF109 is also incredibly quiet so it won't interrupt the user's TV program. In fact, it operates at just 35 decibels, making it quiet enough to be used in a library."

The VLMF109 can be installed in just a few steps. The lateral shift feature allows the user to slide the TV left or right on the wall plate during installation so the TV is positioned appropriately on the wall. The mount is also RS -232 compatible for integration with home automation systems. The open wall plate design allows plenty of space for routing cables through the wall and accommodates both 16 -inch and 24 -inch wall studs for flexibility in placement. The automatic setup feature detects the location of the wall and programs a stop -limit to ensure the TV won't bump into the wall when the mount is swiveled.

The VLMF109 will be available beginning in December 2009.

About Sanus Systems
Sanus Systems®, a division of Milestone AV Technologies, designs and builds fine AV mounts, furniture, stands and accessories. Every Sanus product is engineered to enhance AV systems and the surrounding décor. Today Sanus offers more than 300 home theater units, TV and audio stands, mounts, speaker supports, AV equipment
racks and accessories. Sanus products are available at thousands of retail locations worldwide and can be seen at the company's website: www.sanus.com.

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