Chief expands freestanding video wall solutions

Chief's wide range of video wall solutions will be on display at InfoComm booth 3331

Eden Prairie, Minn., USA (JUNE 2013) - - Chief, an industry leader in mounts, racks and interactive solutions, expanded its available line of configurations for freestanding video wall mounts this year. In addition to the video wall carts launched in 2012, Chief is now shipping Fusion® Series solutions for bolt down and portrait configurations as well as accessories to accommodate larger display sizes. Visit the Chief booth 3331 at InfoComm to get a good look at the various opportunities.

The freestanding solutions can be combined with accessories to achieve video walls up to three displays high and any length. ControlZone™ micro-height and leveling capabilities as well as plumb and lateral shift adjustment knobs make precise screen alignment both fast and simple. Portrait arrangements are available in both cart and bolt down solutions for retail or menu board applications. Other features include:

• Independent adjustments for height and plumb to easily align displays without tools
• Infinite vertical and lateral adjustments allow for tight display rows and columns
• Integrated cable management for a clean installation
• Landscape available in 2x2, 3x2 and 3x3
• Portrait available in 3x1, 2x2 and 3x2

"The bolt-down is perfect for permanent digital signage in retail, corporate and hotel lobby applications, or any public space," said Nathan Bohl, Director of Product Management. "They also provide a great multi-monitor setup for control rooms or call centers. With interactive displays or touch overlays, the video wall becomes a great eye catcher for retail or even education."

A new FCAX extension bracket accessory makes it possible to install up to 60" screens on the 3x3 arrangement for a large 180" diagonal display to create impactful impressions on end users.

Visit Chief booth 3331 for more about Fusion multi-display solutions.

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