The Allcam VW64A series video wall mount module is a major upgrade to the the popular VW640 series. The new model keeps the highly acclaimed features like the 3D micro adjustments, push to open/close, and quick-release. Now it is fitted with big knobs and levers to make it even easier to align and adjust the mounted LCD screens.
Smart hand-free 3D micro-adjustments
Want a perfect-flat and gap-free video wall? Yes, The smart 3D micro-adjustments for the mounted LCD cater for quick alignment and levelness adjustments. With large knobs and levers, you can now adjust the levelness, height, depth, and tilting angel with bare hand. Only those who ever actually installed a video wall will understand how tiring and boring a job it is to adjust and align 9 or 16 screens in one perfect flat plan, and only those really appreciate how these knobs and levers can make the job easier.
Push to pop-out/close for quick rear access
Want quick access to the rear of mounted screens? Yes, the push to pop-out/close mechanism will make the connecting the TV screens a breeze. The optional padlock will secure your LCDs while it’s displayed in a public area.
The VW64A is a premium quality heavy-duty video wall mouting bracket, suitable for all 40″-70″ LED/ LCD screens with VESA 600×400 or less mounting holes. The video wall module is designed for customers who are more concerned with perfect alignment and durability than cost-saving. These video walls are widely used for displaying ads and information at public places like airports, train stations, museums, art galleries, and exhibition halls.
These VW64A video wall modules are brand new, come with 5-years warranty (as standard with All Allcam ergonomic mounting products).
FAQ: What is VESA mouting? What is the VESA size of my screen?
You may have heard the term “VESA” here and elsewhere and perhaps you’re wondering what it means? In simple terms, it’s the distances between 4 holes on the back of screens that the manufacturers have agreed between themselves as standard sizes.
If you don’t know your TV’st VESA size, just measure the distances in between the pre-drilled 4 holes on the back of your screen. For example if horizontal distance = 400mm, and vertical = 200mm, then the screen is said to have VESA 400×200.
Which option? if your screen’s VESA size is 600×400 or lower (like 400×400, 400×200, 200×200…), select the Medium option (VESA 600×400), if your screen’s VESA size is 800×40, select the Large option (VESA 800×400).