Da-Lite Launches New Monitor Mount CategoryJanuary 29th, 2008
Warsaw, IN – Da-Lite Screen Company introduces new product category for flat panel displays. The new Mobile Automated Confidence Monitor from Da-Lite is now available for use in corporate and government settings, convention venues and in houses of worship. As flat panel displays, both LCD and Plasma, find new uses as confidence monitors and prompters for meetings, entertainment and worship services, Da-Lite delivers a new mobile mount with unparalleled features, creating a new category of monitor presentation and mounting products.
The new Automated Confidence Monitor includes a fully automated adjustable range from 15 to 50 degrees from vertical, helping to reduce glare and inspire confidence in the presenter when in use. Designed to be easily moved on large, ball-bearing five inch casters, the Automated Confidence Monitor can be rolled to the desired and best viewed location.
The remote control allows for quick adjustment between presenters – tilt it up for taller presenters or down for shorter presenters. Regardless, the user will find an adjustment that will improve their view of the presentation and add confidence. The radio frequency remote has a range of 30 feet making it easy to “fine-tune” the viewing angle.
The nominal height of the top of the monitor is adjustable up to 42” and can handle monitors from ranging in size form 37” to 50” with weight up to 130 pounds. The universal mounting brackets work with most flat panel monitors and the unique rail mounting system ensures an easy installation for the monitor with the added security of a key operated lock.
The oversize heavy duty casters provide for movement over uneven surfaces and can be locked in place when positioned for viewing. The Automated Confidence Monitor comes finished in a durable black powder coated finish that blends with most of today’s flat panel monitor finishes. Specify Da-Lite product number MPS-ACM for the Automated Confidence Monitor or product number MPS-MCM for the manual version.
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