Spotlight on InfoComm 2019


Everything in LED is Growing, So Premier Mounts’ InfoComm Plans Are, Too

Premier Mounts InfoComm Plans include the unveiling of a new LED display mounts solution that the company says is bigger and easier to service.

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Over 300 legacy projector and LED display mounts will be on display at the Premier Mounts InfoComm 2018 booth. And one of those will be a brand new one that the company teases is a “different way to mount LED video walls and makes it easier for installers.”

These plans are part of what Premier Mounts marketing director Brandon Breznick says is a trend in the digital signage industry: the move towards larger-format, narrower pixel pitch video walls.

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“We see these being used in corporate lobbies, stadium venues, and the like. So at InfoComm 2018, we’re trying to tap into that narrow pixel pitch LED market.”

The Secret New Premier Mounts Product

Breznick says the company can’t talk about it yet, but a new solution will debut at the show.

“We want something easy to install, easy to service, and of course remain safe to use. And we’re going to larger formats. So keep an eye out for us at InfoComm.”

Hear more about the new LED display mounts in the video above

Not only are the company’s solutions growing, their booth size is, too. This year’s Premier Mounts InfoComm booth will be their largest yet at 60 x 30 feet over the 27 x 29 feet last year.

The FSXA mount — a front service mounting solution for Samsung SMART LED and Leyard TWA Series LED Tiles — will also be on prominent display, according to Breznick.

More on that solution:

The FSXA series mounts provide up to 24 inches of smooth forward extension while the open frame design allows complete rear cabinet access. This diverse mounting solution can be adapted within many different applications, such as stadiums, retail and universities.

Last year, Premier Mounts won a “Most Innovative” Award for the UMB-DBT and UMB-DBTS menu board flat panel display brackets.