Chief announces new carts and stands for digital signage

June 8, 2012

Chief, an industry provider of mounts, racks and interactive solutions, announced it will launch a new line of FUSION Series carts and stands this fall.

"The newlycdesigned carts were built with the end-user in mind," Chief product manager Wade Link said in the announcement. "The updated look will fit well in educational and corporate settings, and the new height adjustment system and accessory shelf with handles will make maneuvering the carts easy."

The design updates include flexible cable covers that allow access to lay in cables at any point along the column while concealing them for a clean installation. A turn knob lets a single user smoothly raise and lower the screen to any height between 50 and 70 inches (127-177 cm).

The new carts and stands also will feature:

  • ±5 degrees of tilt and effortless display adjustment
  • User-friendly interface, optimal for screen sizes up to 60 inches (or 125 pounds)
  • Black or silver finish
  • Accessories including redesigned shelves and equipment storage
  • Smooth rolling and lockable casters for effortless positioning (for carts)

The aesthetic redesign incorporates rounded edges and sleek features to give the cart a softer, professional feel that fits well in corporate and classroom environments, the company said.

Carts allow schools that need economical solutions to budget problems to easily transport a flat panel TV from one classroom to another. With this in mind, engineers created wider columns with rounded edges to make the carts easy to hold during the moving process, and the angled base makes corner positioning a snap. The redesigned optional shelf includes handles to make transportation even easier.

The carts and stands will be available this fall.

Chief said it will be exhibiting these new solutions at InfoComm 2012 in Las Vegas, June 13-15.

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Companies: Chief

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