Premier Mounts announces special LED mounting solutions for LED displays, including Samsung and Leyard.
Growth in the adoption of digital displays within retail, hospitality, restaurant, and other verticals continues to move forward with increasing momentum.
According to reports, the global video wall market surged 19% between 2013 and 2014 to 536,000 units. Current trends suggest future growth will be driven primarily by fine pixel pitch LED (FPP LED) technology which has already made significant gains in the video wall space-- and is forecasted to account for 15% of total video wall volume and 31% of value by 2019.
Due to limited mounting options that provide access to the back of a panel without removing it, Premier Mounts’ engineers developed a modular mounting system that supports a multiple display configuration and allows cabinets to be pulled away from the wall for rear serviceability. This scissor style pull-out design offers enough room to walk behind the unit.
In addition, adjustable wall foot pads allow for fine tune adjustment on uneven surfaces while dual locking latches keep the mount secure in place when service is not required. This mounting solution is great for applications such as corporate signage, transportation, retail, public spaces, stadiums, hospitality, boardrooms, and universities.
Some main features include:
- Scissor design allows for smooth forward extension up to 25”
- Open frame design allows complete rear cabinet access with no obstructions
- Locking latch keeps the mount secure when service is not required
- Adjustable wall foot pad allows for fine tune adjustment on uneven surfaces
- Optional actuator arm allows for motorized in and out movement
“Recognizing that one size does not fit all in high end display applications, Premier Mounts offers custom sizes, motorized options, and custom bezels to tailor our LED mounting options to your specific project", says Rich Pierro, co-CEO Premier Mounts.
“To further support your efforts, our Premier Mounts Solutions Team will work directly with your engineers to ensure structural support for the facility/wall, whether it be free standing, existing wall, or new construction.”