Peerless-AV has announced the launch of two new models in the Projector Mount range – the PJR125-EUK and PJR125-POR-EUK – designed for use in a wide variety of corporate, education, retail, live event, museum and theme park applications. Both address a niche in the market for mounts that accommodate laser projectors weighing up to 56.7kg (125lb). They also offer the largest mounting pattern in the market, and the PJR125-POR-EUK is the first projector mount to allow portrait mounting of projectors over 34kg (75lb).

“Our new projector mounts provide the perfect solution for a wide range of projectors, including LCD/LED, laser and large venue, for their mounting flexibility, robust design, and prevention of projector sag and image realignment,” says Keith Dutch, managing director EMEA, Peerless-AV.

“Following the launch of our PJR250 Heavy Duty Projector Mount in July, we now have a stronger, highly competitive projector mount offering to cover all possible customer requirements.”

The PJR125-EUK Heavy-Duty Universal Projector Mount is for landscape orientation only, whereas the PJR125-POR-EUK Universal Portrait Projector Mount can hold a projector in multiple orientations. A projector can be beamed to the ground for interactive floor exhibits in museums or can be used in portrait for in-store retail experiences, for example.

The projector mounts have a low-profile design and simple Hook-and-Hang feature to help installers when securing the projector and when making adjustments. Six universal legs (four pre-installed) provide additional support for projectors with more than four mounting holes and are completely adjustable. The universal adaptor plate on each model extends up to a 648mm (25.5in) mounting pattern to accommodate most projector models. The tilt, roll and swivel features are all lockable to prevent even the smallest shift in image. Cable management allows cables to be routed through the mount and out of sight.

The PJR125-EUK and PJR125-POR-EUK are now available through Peerless-AV’s distributor and reseller network across EMEA.

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