DSE13: Adaptive to feature HoverPro hanging digital signage kit

Feb. 20, 2013

Adaptive Video Walls and Displays, a division of Adaptive Technologies Group and a provider of innovative wall-mountable, floor-standing, interlocking and flyable video wall frames for multiple LCD, LED and plasma monitors, will showcase its HoverPro single LCD monitor suspension device at Digital Signage Expo 2013.

"In the world of digital signage, putting your message in front of the audience is key," said Paul Allen, president of Adaptive Technologies Group. "HoverPro suspends any size video monitors anywhere inside a facility right in front of the target audience in hallways, doorways and checkout lines."

HoverPro is a single LCD monitor suspension device that allows deployers to deliver visual messages hanging digital signageand content anywhere and without the limitations of wall mounting and/or kiosk enclosures. Messages are permanently displayed above and in front of indoor target audiences by suspending and aiming large LCD and plasma screens (over 40 inches) from any overhead structure. As a pre-engineered rigging system, HoverPro adapts to the standard rear VESA-mounting hole patterns built into flatscreen monitors to be safely rigged in portrait and landscape orientations.

These rigging kits provide installers with the ability to safely suspend and tilt screens into a wide range of viewing angles, from any location and distance from the roof, the company said. Down-tilt aiming is accomplished by way of suspending the monitors from the HoverPro's multiple suspension points. An optional aiming device, the One-Way-Array, may be installed in line, above the HoverPro, to provide up to 360 degrees of horizontal rotation. Additionally, a wide variety of standard off-the-shelf rigging hardware is available to allow the installer to safely assemble and "hover" the LCD or plasma monitor at any desired height and angle above an audience, store traffic and window fronts. Power is usually delivered along one of the suspension cables while the signal wire runs down the other suspension cable. Close fitting spiral loom then encloses both suspension cable and wire to deliver a cosmetically appealing display.

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