#InfoComm12 Premier Mounts MicroTiles Mounting

Gail Chiasson, North American Editor

Andrew saw this at #dse2012 (and wrote about it here) in Las Vegas but I missed it and thought it worthwhile repeating so that people can go take a look for themselves at #infocomm12.

Premier Mounts, Anaheim, California-based manufacturer of A/V mounts, carts, stands and accessories is showcasing a Christie MicroTiles mounting system which it says provides the industry’s quickest installation of Christie MicroTiles, allowing a a seamless image and ensuring a high level of serviceability and mobility.

The MTM-6060 stands as a unique system, modular in design, and allows any configuration to be installed using various sized wall brackets to configure the desired layout. The system is able to install on any flat surface. Horizontal, spring-loaded leveling brackets assure a perfectly seamless fit of all MicroTiles.

“Having a mounting system designed specifically for the MicroTiles allows users to take full advantage of the tiles’ modular and flexible design,” says Steve Pedroza, project manager at Premier Mounts. “The MTM is precisely designed to the features of the MicroTiles, assuring a virtually seamless video wall display with unmatched attention to detail and full accessibility.”

Patent-pending floating wall adjustment brackets are the foundation to this mounting system as they create a perfectly flat and plumb surface to begin the easy installation process. For weight and cost consideration, the multi-tile mounts allow three MicroTiles to be pre-installed directly to the MTM-3000 mounting bracket and then raised onto the wall structure. Hooks on the back of the mounts grasp precisely onto the wall brackets and require no fine-tune adjustments.

The MTM-3000 Christie MicroTiles mounting bracket can mount to the wall with Premier Mounts’ wall mounting structure or be easily transferred to a mobile cart or stand, such as Premier Mounts’ MTM-3141 or MTM-3242 mobile and static stand arrangements using well-known EB- and TL-Base configurations.

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