The mounting guide describes different kinds of mounting methods and provides step by step instructions that can help you to mount your product easily. The mounting guide can also help you to find the product that fits your requirements.
The Embedded or Open frame mounting method mounts products on the customized front bezel. Mounting may be done from the rear side or the front side. Embedded PCs are specially designed units with a bezel-less display which allows customers to design a front bezel according to their application requirements.
Put the embedded mount product in the cut-out from the front or rear side of the customer’s fixture.
Fasten with a screw from the front side.
Application: Automatic Identification System (AIS), Monitoring and Surveillance System, KIOSK, ATM, Gaming.
Panel Mounting is a mounting method that mounts the product into an opening of a customer’s fixture (mounting wall) from the front side and secures it from the rear side. All user controls are located on the rear of the mechanism, making the panel mount displays a good choice for applications requiring a display with no external or exposed controls such as gaming/casino system, ATM, and kiosk.
Put the panel mount product in the cut-out from the front side of the customer’s fixture, with the sides of the front bezel shown on the outside.
Use the provided mounting kits to attach and tighten the panel mount product to the customer’s fixture, as demonstrated in the figure below.
IP65 rated Panel PC has a special rubber on the rear of front bezel to seal the front bezel and the customer’s fixture to prevent water and dust from entering.
The rear mounting is a mounting method that mounts products from the rear side and secures them by a bracket on the left and right sides or top and bottom sides. This method is widely used when high safety is required, for example, ATMs.
Screw the brackets on both sides of the rear mount product.
Secure the unit from the rear side of the customer’s fixture.
Make sure your screws are tight and in the right position, so the outer frame can be covered to ensure the safety of your display.
The VESA mounting supports a broad range of mounting options including desktop, wall, and arm mounting applications. Most manufacturers comply with this standard by adhering to an industry wide hole pattern on the back of their displays for mounting purposes. A typical VESA hole pattern for flat panel displays can be 75 x 75mm or 100 x 100mm.