How To Mount Electronic Out-Of-Doors Marketing

Digital out-of-doors advertising due to its exceptionally is sometimes located in some high visible corner, but   mounting  the digital poster at the right height can be an issue.

When electronic outdoor signage is deliberate it will be in a high traffic region, but one thing to reflect on is how to mount the solution, particularly when you take the whole weight of the solution and the LCD monitor enclosure into account, as this can be a huge 165lb!

If you are in the sector you will understand some of the following, so please excuse it as we don’t wish to try and tell you how to suck eggs.

The mode the outdoor electronic marketing devices is mounted is the weakest point of the installation; some businesses have a policy to bolt the protective LCD housings that save from harm the solution from the weather and physical attack directly to the wall, other companies based on the spot the solution is being fitted in need to slant the equipment so customers are not struggling to see the ads.

There are quite a few solutions for  mounting  a range of defensive LCD monitor enclosures; let us first look at the LCD case and how it can be mounted.

Each case can be mounted directly to the wall through the rear wall of the housing, audio-visual integrators in general use anchor bolts for maximum strength, however if the unit has to be angled down this is achieved using the rear  mounting  pattern on the enclosure that is 600 x 400 and is compatible with all VESA 600 x 400 universal brackets, making the hardware as cost-effective as possible, as there is no demand to purchase expensive  mounting  frames specific to mount the housing.

Do you know what VESA is?

VESA is an abbreviation for Video Electronics Standards Association and is a Worldwide standard that is used to mount flat panel monitors, yet there is the odd manufacturer of commercial screens for digital signage that are not compatible with VESA, so you have to pay for pricey  mounting  frames from the screen producers.

This standard refers to the  mounting  holes, such as a 600 x 400 VESA mount has  mounting  openings on the rear of the TV display at 600 mm wide x 400 mm high on the center line of the display and differs based to the monitor installed.