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Chief Expands Mobile XL Cart Solutions

July 10, 2014 | Telepresence Options

Chief is helping installers with several cart options for XL applications.

"We saw a need for greater stability to support the extra large displays and touch panels that were on the market," said Kathryn Gaskell, Product Manager. "Fusion's extra large carts come with the versatility needed to support rack-mounted equipment and even two displays at once."

The Extra-Large Fusion Mobile Cart was designed for extra-large and touch panel displays - including the SMART� 8000 series - from 55? to more than 100? and up to 300 pounds (136 kg). It has space for internal storage, including hardware to vertically mount 2 RUs of AV gear.


The Extra-Large Fusion Video Conferencing Cart comes fully assembled with a camera shelf and 11 RUs of rack rail for rack mountable and non-rack mountable components. The XVAU cart was designed for 37-70? displays up to 250 pounds (113 kg).


Both carts can be customized for dual monitor video-conferencing use with the dual monitor accessory (FCA623B).

Features include:

  • A turn knob to allow a single user to easily adjust the screen height
  • Rounded edges and sleek aesthetics to fit well in corporate and classroom environments
  • Removable panels for easy component access and cable management
  • Room for internal storage of AV components
  • Lockable front casters

Carts help to share video conferencing and display capabilities across several rooms to maximize investment for corporate, government or education clients by saving on resources.

The XPAU and XVAU are now available. Customize your solution with the many Fusion accessories that also work across the ceiling, cart and bolt-down solutions. More on the full Fusion series can be found at the Chief Fusion web page.

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