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Future Automation Conceals Flat Panels

At CEDIA EXPO, Future Automation is introducing its Sliding Panel System (SPS), which allows complete concealment of flat-panel televisions. Its dual-motor system allows flat panels to sit completely flush with the wall.   Future Automation’s SPS800 and SPS1200 offer custom integrators a fully
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At CEDIA EXPO, Future Automation is introducing its Sliding Panel System (SPS), which allows complete concealment of flat-panel televisions. Its dual-motor system allows flat panels to sit completely flush with the wall.

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Future Automation’s SPS800 and SPS1200 offer custom integrators a fully-customizable, one-of-a-kind motorized in-wall mechanism that completely hides flat panels and ensures a totally flush screen. The SPS takes a panel inwards and moves it out of sight behind the surrounding panel work before advancing the screen to fit flush with the wall.

All Future Automation products are custom ordered and hand-built and designed to work with any third-party automation system, ensuring a perfect fit every time.

The Sliding Panel System features a dual-motor system that moves a panel back and up, then pushes it forward into the space, offering an alternative to a traditional cabinet lift, saving floor space and creating a truly concealed product.

Using a combination of AC and DC motors, belts and cables, the SPS moves flat panels in and out of its enclosure quietly and smoothly. Available in two sizes, the SPS800 is ideal for flat panels from 26 to 50 inches, while the SPS1200 accommodates larger screens of 50 to 65 inches.

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