B-Tech to bring latest System X additions to Midwich Tech Exposed show

09 Sep 16

B-Tech to bring latest System X additions to Midwich Tech Exposed show

Leading audio video mount manufacturer B-Tech will be bringing the latest System X solutions to Midwich’s Tech Exposed show – unveiling new additions to their System X range for QSR menu boards, video walls, broadcast and control room applications.

Along with examples from across the System X portfolio, visitors to the two-day show will be able to see the new updated BT8310, which can now support displays up 75kg (previously 50kg) mounted onto System 2 poles in a floor-to-ceiling install. Further examples of how the System X range integrates seamlessly with B-Tech’s System 2 products can be seen with a ceiling mounted menu board setup.

A new bolt down solution, which is proving popular in retail applications, will also be demonstrated, plus a brand new base for freestanding solutions, cosmetic screen covers and pop-out and XL interface arms.

However, it’s not just on B-Tech’s stand 28 that you’ll see B-Tech products. System X video wall solutions can also be found on the stands of leading AV manufacturers Datapath, Brightsign, Dexon and ATEN.

Mark Walker, global business development manager for B-Tech International, said: “The Technology Exposed event is a highlight on our show calendar and we’re looking forward to showing our latest developments to the AV industry. The feedback we receive from these popular shows is important to our future product development and visitors will also be able to see examples of how our products are being used in some of the world’s biggest, and smallest, companies.”

He added: “We continue to develop new solutions to meet the demands of today’s AV integrator and Tech Exposed is a great opportunity to network with the AV community and we look forward to welcoming faces old and new to stand 28.”

Technology Exposed runs from September 21st-22nd at Mercedes Benz World in Weybridge, Surrey. Businesses are encouraged to bring their end users to the show as no trade pricing will be on display. Entrance is free and registration is available online here.



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