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CEDIA Expo ñ Future furniture featured

test 12 June 2009

Future Automation is demonstrating how its mounting and lifting products can offer innovative solutions to the challenges of integrating technology. New offerings, including the AL675 and AL965 entry-level universal lift mechanisms and the ultra slim ëV Seriesí of flat wall mounts are featured on the stand.

Products from Future Automationís established range include the PM1 projector mount and its moving panel mechanisms, while the AL675 and AL965 are the first products to be released under Future Automationís new working partnership with the Danish motor company Linak.

Designed with ease of installation in mind, the AL675 and AL965 are said to be easy to fit, cost-effective and a readily available automated solution that will save installers money and valuable on-site time.

The ëV Seriesí of ultra flat wall mounts are intended for use with the new breed of ultra thin LED screens. Taking up only 12mm of depth to the wall, the V series is available for screens from 23-65in.

Combining functionality with aesthetic appeal, the PM1 projector mount allows the simplest and easiest adjustment, says the manufacturer, and comes as either a ceiling mount on a fixed length pole, or on a telescopic pole.

A showcase for Future Automationís flexibility and innovation, the LAS mechanism has the ability to hold a screen horizontally, then raise it up and swivel it to the preferred viewing position – useful for end-of-bed applications where height is tight or from extremely low profile cabinets.

Visitors to the stand can also be able view products including the CH (Recessed Ceiling Hinge Mechanism) and the LB (Electric pitched ceiling bracket).

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