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LIFT-TECH LT-200 Motorized FlatPanel TV Lifts Designed For Ultra Slim Profile Applications

VALENCIA, Calif., Feb. 21, 2008 — LIFT-TECH (www.televisionlifts.com), the industry leader in motorized flat panel television lifts, has announced that its built-to-order motorized Up/Down LT-200 Series now comes with more available options, including the LT-200-BP. A slim profile backplate allows for even easier installations into ultra thin profile furniture and cabinetry, including mobile cases.

“From homes and hotels and offices to even the strictest military applications, LIFT-TECH‘s LT-200 Series now offers the industry‘s latest and most compact motorized lift technologies,” explained Russ Fawkes, LIFT-TECH general manager. “The LT-200-BP allows today‘s larger plasma and LCD displays to be integrated into the narrowest furniture and mobile training cases, no matter the application, while other options available to the end-user include swivel functionality.”

The LT-200 Backplate option allows the plasma TV to raise and lower without the use of an inner box. This option is available at no additional charge. The backplate consists of 1-inch square steel tube frame inset with ľ-inch unfinished maple furniture-grade hardwood, ready to be veneered, stained or painted to match or complement the cabinet finish.

The LT-200 Series of motorized up/down lifts are used for lifting (and swiveling if that option is desired) flat panel TVs by remote control. Because of its slim profile, LT-200-BP is finding a home in mobile cases as well as in cabinetry. When incorporated into a mobile case, it can be used for outdoor applications as well as in larger indoor facilities.

“LIFT-TECH always focuses on our customer service oriented business model, and so we continue to listen to our customers‘ needs to develop new applications for our line of products,” Fawkes concluded. “The options we offer in the LT-200 Series are a strong example of our execution of this ongoing philosophy.”

The LT-200 Series features all steel, welded construction with remarkably stable rack and pinion operation. No synthetic gears to deteriorate, no maintenance required, and backed by a three year limited warranty make the LT-200 Series the industry‘s most reliable motorized lift mechanism. LIFT-TECH‘s state-of-the-art control systems, the most advanced in the industry, allow for control by radio remote, infrared remote, and by low voltage/contact closure control interface with a home automation system.

For more information, please visit www.televisionlifts.com, call (661) 702-9055, or email sales@televisonlifts.com.

About LIFT-TECH
LIFT-TECH, based in Valencia, Calif., is an innovative and principle-driven provider of American-made lift mechanisms that takes pride in developing quality products and maintaining superior customer service to the trade.

LIFT-TECH sells both standard and custom designed motorized lifting devices primarily to custom cabinetmakers and audio/video integrators. LIFT-TECH also markets to architects and interior designers who specify its products in their plans. The company‘s lifts are presently in use in private residences, offices, luxury yachts, hotels, motor homes, and public buildings…such as museums and planetariums…worldwide.

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