Middle Atlantic debuts Proximity Sliding Mounting Plate and Vertical Wall Mount

posted on Monday, 5th March 2018 by Geny Caloisi

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When it comes to storage and mounting solutions, Middle Atlantic has come up with some ingenious solutions. At ISE 2018, the company showcased its new Proximity Series Sliding Mounting Plate and In-Wall Boxes (pictured below). The Sliding Mounting Plate is the industry's first mounting plate with a sliding design that enables quick access to mount and maintain small devices at the display. Integrators need only to slide the plate out for installation and servicing. They can mount small devices onto the removable, 15-inch by 10-inch Lever Lock mounting space and service them without the additional time and labor of removing the display.

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The Proximity In-Wall Boxes provide more AV system storage capacity behind the display than ever before. Engineered to provide convenient, recessed storage for localized, all-in-one system support, these versatile solutions can easily mount into any residential or commercial stud bay setup. All new Proximity storage solutions feature Middle Atlantic's patented, tool-free Lever Lock system to accommodate, conceal, and reliably mount a range of AV components.

A personal favourite was Middle Atlantic’s Vertical Wall Mount (VWM) Series, a high capacity and versatile low-profile wall rack solution. It provides vertical mounting of deep equipment as well as small devices — all in one convenient unit. Why have it horizontal if you can have it vertical? Your boxes can hang like a bat!

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The VWM is available in pre-configured models, the VWM Series uses a patent-pending modular systems approach to equipment mounting, providing great configurability and system reliability.

At ISE 2018, for the first time at ISE, Middle Atlantic, showcased its power solutions for 250V power applications, including a UPS backup offering and horizontal and vertical power distribution.

“As technology evolves, AV projects are becoming more complex, which puts an incredible burden on integrators to maintain clean, robust, and reliable installations that meet clients’ increasingly demanding needs,” said Timothy Troast, vice president, product management at Middle Atlantic Products.

Geny Caloisi

Geny Caloisi is an accomplished technology journalist who has worked in a variety of AV industry publications. 

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