Speedy Mount Bracket

Straight from the brains at Impact LED, the Speedy Mount Bracket is an EMC installers best friend.  No more fabricating brackets on-site.  Whether you choose to bolt/weld the EMC unit(s) to the bracket before lifting, or mount the brackets first and then attach the signs - the choice is yours but the convenience is clear.  Square brackets, built to fit a number of pole sizes - ready to install & build to last.

Vented Side Covers

For double-sided Impact Electronic Message Centers Impact offers vented side covers. These side covers join the ends of the two cabinets to create an aesthetically pleasing side view while giving the cabinets the ventilation they require.

Vented Side Extensions

Extend the vertical plane of your EMC

Pole Cover

Dress up your single or dual pole installation with a pole cover to give a pedestal or monument look.

Wing Brackets

Make sure your monument sign has room for circulation and brackets that keep it safe.

Z-Brackets and Clips

1. This mount is intended for mounts with masonry on sides and below EMC, and provides an overall depth of as little as 18.25” and as much as 28.25”.
2. Brackets & Clips will not be pre-drilled, installer to field provide holes based on site conditions including overall depth desired.
3. Minimum distance between angles on back of EMC is 2″.
4. Requires a minimum of a 2″ opening above the EMC for ventilation.
5. Maximum distance between side masonry and EMC sides is 1″.

Z-Brackets and Wing Brackets

1. This mount is intended for mounts with masonry on sides and below EMC, and provides an overall depth of 18.25”.
2. Brackets will not be pre-drilled, installer to field provide holes based on site conditions including overall depth desired.
3. Minimum distance between angles on back of EMC is 2″.
4. Minimum distance between side masonry and EMC sides is 2″.

5. Maximum distance between side masonry and EMC sides is 16.25″.

Spare Parts Kit

Bad things happen to good signs & when it does having key spare parts on hand simplifies and speeds up the process of getting an Electronic Message Center back up and running.