Chief has expanded its award-winning TiLED LED video wall mounting system to include the Samsung IFH Series, Absen Acclaim Series (including Acclaim Plus and Acclaim Pro), Unilumin UpanelS, Barco XT Series, LG LAS Fine-pitch and Leyard TVF Series.
Chief’s latest design for digital signage solutions, the TiLED Series, is “a modular, LED mounting system to support creative video wall configurations,” according to the company announcement.
The system “can include any of three mounts that support LED displays and connect together to form a seamless video wall,” the Chief announcement says.
“Engineers created the TiLED system to be easy to specify, easy to order and easy to install,” according to the announcement.
“As creative as you are with the content, you can be as creative with the supporting structure as well,” said Kathryn Gaskell, director of product management for Chief, in the company announcement. “We want to support AV companies by providing the unique experiences that make them shine.”
How Chief’s TiLED Modular Video Wall Mounting System Works
Integrated plumb adjustment of up to 1 inch (25 mm) helps to compensate for imperfections in the wall, keeping everything flat, according to the TiLED product specifications.
Offset mounting slots “allow for easy installation and protect LEDs from the damaging friction that can occur when display edges rub together,” the Chief announcement says. “A secure adjustment screw gently nudges displays together and keeps them in place.”
Chief’s TiLED Series “maintains a low profile to enhance the sleek aesthetics of LED displays,” according to the company announcement.
The total depth, including display, ranges from 3.48-4.85 inches (88-123mm), depending on the amount of plumb adjustment needed.
The Chief TiLED video wall mounting series won a 2019 Top New Technology (TNT) Award as one of the best new products at Integrated Systems Europe 2019 in Amsterdam in the display mounts category.
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