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US Application: US20140347795A1

Low profile magnetic mount for electronic display devices cross references to related applications.

A mounting system for mounting an electronic display device, such as an electronic display device, to various surfaces including nonferrous and nonmagnetic surfaces is provided. In one implementation, the mounting system includes a surface-side attachment affixed to a surface, and a device-side attachment coupled to the electronic display device. The surface-side attachment and the device-side attachment include a plurality of magnets with at least one magnet with an outwardly-facing north pole and at least one magnet with an outwardly-facing south pole per attachment that self-aligns the attachments when mounting the electronic display device to the surface. The surface-side attachment and the device-side attachment may further include mechanical features and/or high friction faces to resist slipping and shear forces when the attachments are coupled together.

Current Assignee: 1LSS Inc
Original Assignee: 1LSS, INC.
Priority: date 2013-05-27

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US Application: US20160260532A1

Self-aligning, multi-surface magnetic mount for electronic display devices.

A mounting mechanism for mounting an electronic device, such as an electronic display device, to various surfaces, including ferrous surfaces. The mounting mechanism may include friction pads for attachment to the electronic display device. In one implementation a plurality of magnets are embedded within the friction pads. Alternatively, the magnets may be directly attached to the electronic display device and covered by the friction pads. When the mounting mechanism is used to mount the electronic device to a ferrous surface, the magnets and the friction pad respectively provide magnetic and frictional forces so as to enable secure mounting of the electronic display device to the ferrous surface. The mounting mechanism may also include a frame disposed to be affixed to a non-ferrous surface. The frame defines a ferrous surface to which the electronic display device may then be mounted using various configurations of magnets and friction pads.

Current Assignee: 1LSS Inc
Original Assignee: 1LSS Inc
Priority date: 2015-03-02

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