Bring the Presentation to Your Audience
The Tripp Lite DMCS60100XX combines a height-adjustable TV stand with the convenience of a rolling cart. Mount a flat or curved panel television, monitor or interactive whiteboard on this rolling TV cart and bring it to your audience in a classroom, lecture hall, office, conference room or other location where audio/video resources are shared. The DMCS60100XX accommodates most flat-panel displays from 60 to 100 inches, including Promethean whiteboards. It has an aluminum frame and supports up to 220 lb.
Effectively Share Audio/Video Resources
An alternative to purchasing multiple displays, the DMCS60100XX allows a large screen and its peripherals to be shared within a facility and stored in a secure area. This heavy-duty TV stand has four sturdy swivel casters that move smoothly through doorways and over thresholds. The casters lock to keep the stand in position while at rest. Each column has a handle to help you guide the cart's movement.
Easily Mount Your 60" to 100" Display and Adjust the Viewing Angle
The columns telescope in 2-inch increments, so you can adjust the height of the display mounting bracket from 47 to 65 inches above the floor. For hassle-free display compatibility, this rolling TV stand for flat-screen TVs supports the following VESA mounting hole patterns: 200 x 200, 300 x 300, 400 x 200, 400 x 400, 600 x 400, 800 x 400, 800 x 600 and 1000 x 600. The display angle can be adjusted from +5° to -10° for optimal viewing.
Conveniently Place Peripherals and Manage Cables
The upper shelf holds a webcam or small projector. The lower shelf holds a laptop or an audio/video component, such as a Blu-ray player. Add a clamp-on surge protector to the lower shelf to provide power protection for devices. The height of both shelves is adjustable. Cable management openings in the columns allow you to route power and connection cords, reducing clutter for a clean, professional look.
Typical Applications:View video in a multipurpose area where a permanent installation is not practicalMove a display and webcam into a meeting room for web conferencingCreate a temporary digital signage display in an auditoriumRoll an interactive whiteboard between classroomsEasily move a flat-panel television for storage in a secure area