Design improvements for menu boards, video walls
B-Tech AV Mounts, an industry leading designer, manufacturer and distributor of audio visual accessories, is delighted to announce a series of performance enhancing updates to its System X VESA 400 interface arms with micro-adjustment (both the standard and pop-out variations).
Ideal for assembling videowalls, menu boards and other multi-screen applications, the range provides customers with a clean and uncomplicated solution for mounting any medium to large size screen (up to 50kg) to B-Tech’s System X horizontal mounting rails.
With universal compatibility, tool-less micro adjustments for perfect alignment of displays (in either landscape or portrait orientation), coupled with its simple ‘hook-on’ design for a quick and easy installation, the System X range has become the go-to choice for integrators.
Developed further by B-Tech’s leading design team using invaluable feedback from the market, the company has recently added some significant enhancement to its standard (BT8390-VESA400MAF) and pop-out (BT8390-VESA400MAP) interface arms.
Updates to both models, which are now in stock and available, include increased height and depth adjustments using thumbwheels with directional guides to assist with the micro-adjustment, a more compact design allowing for a closer to the wall installation and improved lateral movement of the screen once mounted. Screen size compatibility has been expanded and the interface arms now feature two rows of interface holes for a more user-friendly attachment to screens.
“At B-Tech we’re always looking for new ways to enhance our products and improve the experience for our customers. We’ve been delighted with the success of the System X range since it was first launched in 2015 and with the new updates, we’ve made everything that was already good, even better!”
Tim Albright is the founder of AVNation and is the driving force behind the AVNation network. He carries the InfoComm CTS, a B.S. from Greenville College and is pursuing an M.S. in Mass Communications from Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville. When not steering the AVNation ship, Tim has spent his career designing systems for churches both large and small, Fortune 500 companies, and education facilities.