Technology | October 28, 2014

Southco Introduces Next-Generation Line of Display Mounting Solutions

Three new models offer enhanced functionality, design flexibility

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October 28, 2014 — Southco Inc. has expanded its AV Display Mount offering with three new models that provide enhanced functionality and design flexibility. The AV-D32 Series includes a next generation Tilt and Swivel Mount (K Series); a Tilt, Swivel and Single Swing Arm (A Series); and a Tilt, Swivel and Dual Swing Arm (A Series) designed with Southco integrated positioning technology for precise control and customization of operation.

AV-D32 Series display mounts offer the same validated cycle life and display mounting capabilities as Southco’s first generation mounts in an economical, streamlined package. Each model in the AV-D32 Series is available with wall or tabletop mounting, and features integrated wire management channels and a simplified design with minimal joints for easy cleaning. Southco’s complete line of display mounting solutions eliminates the need for constant maintenance and readjustment, enables effortless fingertip positioning and boasts a tested, repeatable cycle life validated for 20,000 cycles of operation.

For more information: www.southco.com/av

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