Known for their conference room tables, Middle Atlantic Products released the new T5 Series at InfoComm 2017.
The pre-configured, all-in-one conference room tables “marry the best of AV system reliability with a beautiful furniture solution,” says Rebecca Villareale, who gave CI a tour of Middle Atlantic’s InfoComm 2017 booth.
A pedestal, or table “leg,” balances each end of the furniture and contains compartments which fit teleconferencing components. A swing-out rack offers three spaces of mounting and small device mounting. The wracks can be taken off to ensure planned components will fit.
The line of tables comes in finishes which match Middle Atlantic’s Credenza line of professional furniture. Villareale says this creates opportunities for the integrator to sell entire workspaces rather than one piece of furniture and its professional function.
The company also premiered a new medium-series, multi-display mount at InfoComm 2017. The new mounts can hang from a wall or the ceiling. A sliding mounting plate attaches to various other mounts or the wall. It nestles behind the display but retains easy access for integrators to upkeep.
More from Middle Atlantic regarding the new T5 Series of conference room tables:
Each T5 solution includes a table top, support pedestals and a separately shipped Tech Kit that allows integration to begin immediately. The Tech Kit is optimized for the designated table size and is comprised of the critical infrastructure that supports reliable AV systems:
- Patent-pending swing-out pedestal rack can be located in the table pedestal of choice. Innovative flexibility for up to 3 RU of sideways rackmounting, small device mounting or a combination of the two. Includes three tool-free Lever Lock plates for mounting small devices
- Wiremold InteGreat Table Boxes in black or silver with 2 retracting HDMI cables and 2 AC outlets for power and connectivity at the surface. Table boxes and cable retractors are concealed by the table’s pedestal
- Vertical power distribution
- Cable management strips and bridge lances
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