Chief Fusion Series

| 26 maart 2009
(Ingezonden mededeling)

Chief® Installer-Inspired FUSION™ Series Fixed and Tilt Mounts for Digital Signage Now Shipping!

It`s time for a change, so take control of your install with the new FUSION Series, designed to solve digital signage installation challenges.

Eindhoven, NL. Chief Manufacturing, the industry leader in projector, monitor and flat panel TV mounting solutions, as well as progressive online tools, is excited to announce that the FUSION Series is now shipping. The mounts are perfect for digital signage, focusing on usability, speed of installation and solving some of the toughest installation challenges. Plus, the mounts allow you to easily align multiple TVs to create larger video walls. You can even mount TVs in portrait mode with the LTAPU™, shipping in April.

Inspired by installers, Chief`s new FUSION universal mounting system is an industry-first series of mounts with the most progressive collection of features available today. The new low-profile design is available in fixed or tilt models for 26"-75" TVs. FUSION mounts include never before seen features that free up valuable installation times and allow for customization, adjustments and self-leveling even after mounted to the wall.


To develop the FUSION Series, the Chief product development team observed specific challenges that professional installers faced when mounting flat panel TVs. These challenges, ranging from inconvenient stud location to perfect leveling of the flat panel, directly influenced the design of FUSION, which features the 4 C`s of mounting:

Centerless™ Lateral Shift: Get up to 16" of post-installation lateral shift (8" left/right of uprights).
ControlZone™ Height & Roll Adjustment: This industry-first feature allows post-installation fine-tuning of height and leveling, and adjustments are applied to the entire configuration, not just the TV.
Centris™ Low-Profile Tilt: Provides effortless tilting by using the center of gravity to balance the screen - no tools necessary!
Click-Connect™ Tool-Less Latching: Hear an audible click when the screen safely engages with the mount. Use the built-in cable stand to gain easy access under the screen.

Alignment Made Easy

Chief`s FUSION Series mounts make it easier than ever to align multiple displays for digital signage applications with the FCK008™ 8" Connector Kit and FCK016™ 16" Connector Kit. Often times it can take installers hours to align multiple displays, but with the FUSION Series it`s a snap. And with the post-installation fine-tuning, it`s almost impossible to have an installation that is not level.

A full line of supporting accessories ideal for digital signage can be integrated with the FUSION mounts, extending the same adjustment benefits to the entire configuration. Mix and match accessories with any FUSION mount for the perfect installation in every application. Accessories include:
Surge adapters: hide your digital signage player behind the display
Connector kits: connect multiple FUSION mounts together
Center and left/right speaker adapters
Component shelves: shelves for additional AV components
Camera shelves: install a camera with your display

For more information about these new mounts, download the FUSION brochure on Chief`s website.

About Chief
Chief Manufacturing, is a division of Milestone AV technologies, a Duchossois Group Company, and has more than 30 years of proven product and service excellence. Committed to responding to industry needs in the Pro AV, Healthcare, Residential and Office markets, Chief offers a complete line of mounts, lifts and accessories for flat panel displays and projectors.

Chief continues to design innovative mounting solutions that complement the technology they support. With multiple product awards and patented designs, Chief provides unique mount features, and is recognized for delivering not only quality products, but knowledgeable, helpful customer service.

U.S. and Europe sales offices support a global network spanning the Americas, Europe, the Pacific Rim and beyond. Chief distribution centers are located in Minnesota, Hong Kong and the Netherlands.