Chief Large Flat Panel Mobile TV Cart TAA Compliant


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    PFCUB-G - Overview

    The PFCUB-G is a lightweight mobile cart with a collapsible design, including telescoping height-adjustment and integrated cable management. Perfect for rental and staging to corporate applications. PFCUB and PFCUS ship with a universal interface bracket. PFC2000B and PFC2000S require a PSB interface to be purchased separately.

    Please note: Shelf accessory must be ordered separately.

    • Features:

      • Centris Technology provides fingertip tilt and effortless display adjustment
      • Tool-less telescoping height adjustment
      • ClickConnect Technology provides an audible click to confirm the flat panel is locked in place
      • Screen can be installed in portrait or landscape orientation (PAC400 accessory can be used to rotate without removing the screen)
      • Integrated cable management with flexible covers to hide cables for a clean installation
      • Smooth rolling casters for effortless positioning (2 locking casters)
      • Unique angled base design allows corner positioning for flexible placement options
      • PFCUB-G is TAA-Compliant, to meet the needs of U.S. Government projects
    • Specifications:

      • Center of Display to Floor Table Range48 - 72" (1219 - 1829mm)
      • CertificationsTAA Compliant
      • ColorBlack, Silver
      • Manual Height Adjustment24" (610 mm)
      • Mounting Pattern Compatibility (Universal Versions)200 x 200mm - 862 x 517mm
      • Number Of Monitors: 1
      • Orientation: Landscape and Portrait
      • Post-Installation Leveling Roll: Yes
      • Shipping Weight: 69 lbs (31.3 kg)
      • Solution TypeUniversal
      • Tilt+ 15° , - 15°
      • Typical Screen Sizes42 - 71"
      • Weight Capacity200 lbs (90.7 kg)
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    PFCUB-G - Required Accessories

      PFCUB-G - Recommended Accessories

      California Residents:
      Cancer and Reproductive Harm -