Chief has begun taking orders for the breakthrough ConnexSys Video Wall Mounting System – a system that solves the most common problems installers often run into on the worksite.
The solution began by working with dealers and installers to get feedback on available video wall options. The Chief team determined the largest issues facing installers with video walls:
- Speed of install
- Ease of alignment
- Access for serviceability
- Rigidity to maintain adjustments
Chief engineers solved these problems and more with the new ConnexSys Video Wall Mounting System.
The breakthrough video wall system provides installers with numerous benefits. Among them:
Strut channel install – Quickly aligns an entire row and removes the need for spacers to measure horizontally between mounts. Each mount comes with rail stops and four cable management clips that work with strut channel.
PowerZone™ Adjustment – 6 points of tool-free height, tilt, lateral and depth adjustment are all found in one easy-to-access location. ConnexSys mounts allow the home position to be set anywhere between 4 to 7.3″ (102-186 mm) from the wall for perfect depth. This helps accommodate crooked walls and recess applications.
RapidDraw™ Display Release – A controlled pull cord release gives installers access to any display on the video wall. The mounts can be pulled out up to 13.7″ (348 mm) from the wall for ample access space. Engage the kickstand to 20 degrees for even more room to work.
Rigidity – Chief engineers added rigidity to the solution to prevent accidental screen shift from occurring when the screen is pulled out.
ConnexSys is available in landscape (LVS1U) and portrait (LVS1UP) versions with rails, and can be ordered without strut channel (LVSXU and LVSXUP) so installers can take advantage of longer lengths from local sources.