Chief Ships Multi-Directional Ceiling Mounts


By RS Staff March 3,2014


Allowing digital display installations to utilize 360 degree viewing capability from a single column drop, Chief is now shipping Fusion Series Multi-Directional Ceiling Mounts.

The mounts come in triple- and quad-display options, while keeping Fusion single ceiling mount features.

Centris technology provides a continuous range of fingertip tilt from +5 to -20 degrees with four set locking points to eliminate guesswork when adjusting multiple screens.

The mounts are compatible with traditional 1.5-inch NPT and Chief pin-connection CPA ceiling plates and column systems (sold separately), and are compatible with most displays 32-60-inch. Tool-free screen engagement is designed to secure displays with optional padlock security.

A multi-directional adapter can be ordered as an accessory without Fusion mounts to allow for integration of different mount heads.

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