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The UL Listing mark means that the product has been submitted to rigorous safety testing by Underwriters Laboratories, an independent safety testing lab. For a mounting product to pass the UL approval process it has to be tested for strength and "pull out" to a minimum of four times its stated load capacity. (Do not exceed rated capacity in actual use.)

Products that display this symbol feature a mounting hole pattern and mounting hardware compatible with VESA® Standard A/V equipment. Most Peerless products are compatible with a wide range of non-VESA® Standard A/V equipment as well. Details on mount/equipment compatibility are explained in detail on each product page or product technical data sheet.

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Digital Signage Federation

Digital Signage Federation

The Digital Signage Federation is the industry's independent world wide not-for-profit organization that professionally represents members in the following all-inclusive categories: Brands/Advertising Agencies, Digital Out-of-Home Network Operators, End-Users in over 40 categories, Industry Consultants, Industry Vendors, Systems Integrators & Distributors and the Media.



InfoComm International

InfoComm International® is the leading non-profit association serving the professional AV communications industry worldwide. Members of the industry are encouraged to adhere to Ten Standards of Excellence. To find InfoComm members by region, company or specialty or credentials, use the Member Search.

Founded in 1939, the association offers industry expertise and market research serving press and others seeking information about the industry.

Through activities that include tradeshows, education, certification, government relations, outreach and information services, InfoComm promotes the industry and enhances members’ ability to conduct business successfully and competently.

The association’s activities are guided by an elected Board of Governors and led by Executive Director Randal A. Lemke, Ph.D.

The International Communications Industries Foundation generates support from corporations, philanthropic foundations and government sources to improve and expand the educational programs of InfoComm International.



Stadium Managers Association

Formed in 1974, SMA promotes the professional, efficient and state-of-the-art management of stadiums around the world. Our members are administrators, operators, and marketing personnel from teams, government entities, colleges and universities, and suppliers to the industry.

SMA is governed by a Board of Directors which consists of six regular members and one corporate member. All serve a three-year term.



Recreation Vehicle Industry Association

The Recreation Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA) is the national trade association representing recreation vehicle (RV) and conversion vehicle (CV) manufacturers and their component parts suppliers who together build more than 98 percent of all RVs produced in the U.S.

An RV is a vehicle designed as temporary living quarters for recreational, camping, travel or season use. RVs may be motorized (motorhomes) or towable (travel trailers, folding camping trailers and truck campers). Off-read vehicles are not included in the RV definition.

Headquartered in the Washington, D.C. suburb of Reston, Virginia, RVIA is a unifying force for safety and professionalism within the RV industry and works with both federal and state government agencies to protect the interests of its members.



Custom Electronics Design & Installation Association

CEDIA is an international trade association of companies that specialize in designing and installing electronic systems for the home. The association was founded in September 1989 and has more than 3,500 member companies worldwide. CEDIA Members are established and insured businesses with bona fide qualifications and experience in this specialized field.

CEDIA is a not-for-profit association based in Indianapolis, Indiana. It is controlled by its members, who annually elect officers and board members.

CEDIA's members are found throughout the world. A map of the CEDIA zones can be found here. To find residential electronic systems contractors throughout the world, use the free CEDIA Finder Service.



Consumer Electronics Association

CEA's mission is to grow the consumer electronics industry.

Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) membership unites 2,100 companies within the U.S. consumer technology industry. Tap into valuable and innovative member-only resources: exclusive information and unparalleled market research, networking opportunities with business advocates and leaders, up-to-date educational programs and technical training, exposure in extensive promotional programs, and representation from the voice of the industry, CEA, promoting and advancing member needs and interests. Invest in the Consumer Electronics Association to strengthen your business' future and to help ensure technology's brightest future.



Point-Of-Purchase Advertising International

POPAI is an international trade association for the marketing at-retail industry. Founded in 1936, POPAI celebrates its 70th anniversary with over 1,700 member companies representing Fortune 500 brand manufacturers and retailers, as well as, marketing at-retail producer companies and advertising agencies from over 45 countries from around the world.

Our membership draws on leaders from some of the industry’s premier companies, like: Anheuser-Busch, Caterpillar, Coca Cola, Energizer, Kelloggs, McDonalds, Microsoft, Pepsi-Cola, Proctor & Gamble, R.J. Reynolds, Texas Instruments, and Wal Mart to name a few.

Education, globalization, technology, advocacy and elevating Marketing at-Retail as a measured medium on a par with print, broadcast, and other advertising mediums are the driving strategies behind POPAI’s direction. Throughout the years we have focused on strengthening global partnerships, enriching our research & educational programs, and utilizing technology to better serve our members.

As the Marketing at-Retail’s non-profit trade association, POPAI is responsible for establishing and maintaining industry standards. POPAI has taken the lead in not only standardizing the terminology we use, but is also working hard to establish new industry standards for measurement, technology and education. In doing so we are raising the standards of quality throughout the industry and improving the consumer’s experience in the marketplace.



American Hotel & Lodging Association

Serving the hospitality industry for nearly a century, AH&LA is the sole national association representing all sectors and stakeholders in the lodging industry, including individual hotel property members, hotel companies, student and faculty members, and industry suppliers. Headquartered in Washington, D.C., AH&LA provides members with national advocacy on Capitol Hill, public relations and image management, education, research and information, and other value-added services to provide bottom line savings and ensure a positive business climate for the lodging industry. Partner state associations provide local representation and additional cost-saving benefits to members.

AH&LA's 2006 business plan and strategic plan identifies the most important issues facing the association (declining membership, perceived value relevancy within some states) and focuses on three objectives and tactical initiatives needed to serve the members, grow membership, and serve as the voice of the industry. The AH&LA Annual Report provides members with an overview of the industries top concerns and a chronicle of a landmark year.



American Institute of Architects

Since 1857, the AIA has represented the professional interests of America's architects. As AIA members, over 80,000 licensed architects, emerging professionals, and allied partners express their commitment to excellence in design and livability in our nation's buildings and communities. Members adhere to a code of ethics and professional conduct that assures the client, the public, and colleagues of an AIA-member architect's dedication to the highest standards in professional practice. Use links at left to find out more.

Mission Statement
The AIA is the voice of the architectural profession and the resource for its members in service to society.



American Architectural Foundation

The American Architectural Foundation (AAF) is a national nonprofit organization that seeks to educate individuals and community leaders about the power of architecture to improve lives and transform the places where we live, learn, work, and play. We believe that our cities and buildings affect our mental well-being and quality of life in profound ways. Through numerous outreach programs, grants, and educational resources, AAF aims to inspire people to become thoughtful and engaged stewards of the world around them. AAF’s programs include The Mayors’ Institute on City Design and Great Schools by Design – highly regarded initiatives that help improve the built environment through the collaboration of thought leaders, designers, and local communities.

Since its creation in 1943, AAF has steadfastly worked to educate people about the power of architecture in their lives. Originally founded as the American Institute of Architects Foundation, AAF is a 501(c)(3) educational organization governed by an independent Board of Regents. Ronald E. Bogle, a leader in higher education for more than 20 years, has served as AAF’s President and CEO since 2002. AAF is headquartered in Washington, D.C., in The Octagon, a historic house located near the White House.




HIMSS is a cause-based, not-for-profit organization exclusively focused on providing global leadership for the optimal use of information technology (IT) and management systems for the betterment of healthcare. Founded 50 years ago, HIMSS and its related organizations are headquartered in Chicago with additional offices in the United States, Europe and Asia. HIMSS represents more than 38,000 individual members, of which more than two thirds work in healthcare provider, governmental and not-for-profit organizations. HIMSS also includes over 540 corporate members and more than 120 not-for-profit organizations that share our mission of transforming healthcare through the effective use of information technology and management systems. HIMSS frames and leads healthcare practices and public policy through its content expertise, professional development, research initiatives, and media vehicles designed to promote information and management systems' contributions to improving the quality, safety, access, and cost-effectiveness of patient care.