B-Tech says the BT8355 is a perfect example of the type of adaptable solution which is needed for today’s market, as a lack of conformity amongst LED panel manufacturers means mounting solutions for this technology need to be tailored to the panels being used.

In this case, a 4 x 4 wall using 500mm² panels supplied by A.C. Entertainment Technologies.

However, the design of this new mounting solution – engineered by B-Tech’s UK team in Daventry – can be quickly adapted to order for all types of LED specification, panel size and configuration.

Mark Walker, business development manager for B-Tech, says: “We are very excited to be bringing an LED mounting solution to Amsterdam. Similarly to the initial unveiling of System X last year, we like to bring our ideas to our core audience so we can listen to feedback and perfect our products to customers’ needs, and there is no better industry event than ISE.”

Mark added: “We are showing the BT8355 in a 4 x 4 panel configuration, but, with LED screens reaching enormous sizes in entertainment, leisure and retail markets, anything is possible so we have designed a product that can meet any bespoke requirement, and with fast turnaround time.”

B-Tech’s stand will be shaped as a huge X – a nod to its System X range.

The stand will contain a huge selection of mounting solutions, with over 40 screens in use over 15 different configurations, with video content management coming courtesy of five ATEN matrix switchers.

Daniel Hinton, AV sales manager at ATEN UK says: “It’s a pleasure to work with B-Tech at ISE after working successfully with them at numerous past events. We will be providing four of our latest video matrix switchers, including the 16×16 VM1600, to ensure B-Tech’s impressive stand gets the video connectivity it deserves. It’s a great partnership as integrators will be able to see the complete solution and how our mounting and connectivity offering works in harmony.”

B-Tech will also be demonstrating new products in the System X family of mounting solutions – most notably the introduction of pop-out interface arms which can be used right across the range.

Inspired by the success of the BT8310 pop-out video wall mount, this will mean any System X video wall or menu board will have the option of pop-out convenience – making connectivity and screen maintenance hassle free.

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