Update: InfoComm18 June 2018 Las Vegas:
NEC Display Solutions will have a thirteen monitor Artistic smaller monitor video with four E221N (22″), four E241N (24″), four E271N (27″) plus one EX241UN (24″) monitors all mounted in three sub-groups on RPT QVWM-UA6 mounts and powered powered by Userful’s Software video wall controller. Small monitors maybe, but even arrays of small monitors get big quickly, this wall is twelve feet wide.
NEC Display Solutions builds the best possible quality product, they will have nothing less than the best possible RPT mounting system to present their superb monitors.
What do badly aligned arrays say about your brand’s attention to detail and quality?
The DigitalSignMount.com group at RPT are a highly critical bunch when it comes to Digital Monitor mounting. We have spent 36+ years designing, machining and assembling precision assemblies accurate to tiny tolerances for all types of ultra precision industries.
We bristle and cringe when we see misaligned expensive arrays in high end locations, and frankly we see very few that we give the thumbs up to. Don’t just blame the installers, especially on arrays of smaller monitors, there have been no outstanding mounting systems for those arrays, so they take time, patience, a stack of washers and rarely end up perfectly aligned, even after many hours of tinkering and tweaking.
Most of our own RPT Motion precision mounts are three axes of adjustment, but we have the extra benefit of having our own exceptionally accurate frames to build on with those mounts when they are freestanding or overlays.
Our experience is that a quality monitor out of the box is truly a high precision part, but that inherent flatness and accuracy degrades a bit every time you handle or mount the monitor. Small corrections and twisting alignment tweaks carefully applied by brave and skilled installers generate good but rarely perfect results by re-bending the frame of the monitor slightly.
Until today, there were simply no solid, accurate and fully adjustable (Six Axes) mounts for arrays of 24-39″ monitors.
Today RPT changed that as we proudly released our QVWM -UA6 from development to production.
A few words on RPT nomenclature,
QV is for Quick VESA which is a series of engineered modules serving VESA 75 x 75 thru VESA 200 x 200.
WM is for Wall Mount (many of our mounts are free-standing structures without a wall)
UA6 is for Ultimate Alignment 6 Axes
For the adjustability it offers, the thickness from Wall Surface to VESA Mounting Surface is a very slim 2-5/8″ at the mid range of the planar adjustments. Plus it’s small enough to hide behind a typical 24″ monitor rolled to any artistic angle.
The six axes the QVWM-UA6 mount can adjust are:
- X or Horizontal Axis MicroAdjustment
- Y or Vertical Axis MicroAdjustment
- Roll Axis with full 360 degree monitor rotation with lock and drop-on monitor system
- Z Axis front to back MicroAdjustment
- Tilt (Top to Bottom) MicroAdjustment
- Pan (Side to Side) MicroAdjustment
Here’s an image of an intentional misalignment on one of our testing rigs to demonstrate the range of the tilt adjustment using 24″ NEC EX-241UN Ultra Thin Bezel Monitors:
Here’s the aligned flat and level result a minute later:
RPT has pioneered the use of a 360 degree roll axis with rotation lock for mounting both Artistic arrays and rectangular arrays. We find it a faster and more effective way to get perfect final adjustments than the more common roll adjust by differential heights on each side. Plus, because our roll axis provides 360 degrees of rotation the exact same mount works for artistic, rectangular, and mixed portrait-landscape arrays. We’ve built our roll axis and rotation lock right onto the drop on monitor adapter.
Here’s the wall mount portion of the final prototype version in RPT’s testing area showing the other five axes of adjustment:
The X and Y axes are precision machined aluminum screw driven micro-adjustable linear slides. The central hex head drive is the Y Axis adjuster, the black hand knob on the right adjusts the X axis position.
The X-Y slide system is mounted on RPT’s three point planar adjustment system. In this case, the pan is adjusted pointing quite far left of center. The three point wall mounting with hex head plane micro adjusters allows pan, tilt and Z axis micro-adjustments while making it impossible to stress or twist the monitor frame.
If you’re installing arrays of smaller monitors, either rectangular or Artistic/Mosaic please contact us to discuss how we can make that installation fully adjustable the final results can be as perfectly aligned as your brand.
If you’ve got a monitor model and layout sketch (even Pencil sketch), when you purchase RPT QVWM-UA6 mounts RPT will generate a CAD drawing showing the mount centers dimensions so your installer can quickly mark the monitor centers on your wall and use our mounting template to locate and drill the mounting holes.