Quad LCD arm delivers supreme adjustability and precise placement for four LCD monitors.
Ideal for trading desks, control rooms and more. Our Quad arm floating LCD mounting system is designed for those who spend long hours at the computer and need to sit or stand. With this multi-mount system there's no need to twist a knob or push a lever; these LCD arms simply float from one position to another with the touch of the hand. The VESA compliant Quad LCD arms handle your flat screens, touch screen monitors and even new style 20" or 23" Apple displays better than any other LCD arm in this price category. Finely engineered, highly functional and durable, the SA4A delivers stellar performance and top-notch quality at a very affordable cost.
|Shipping Weight||31 pounds|
|Shipping Dimensions||20" x 16" x 10"|
|Warranty||5 year limited|
INSTALLING AND ADJUSTING YOUR SAA ARM:
Professional installation is always recommended for all wall-mounted Ergomart products. Improper installation may result in injury or damage. Consult Ergomart technical support regarding any mounting concerns or questions.
With the dual brackets mounted along the vertical pole, the arms can be independently adjusted within a maximum vertical range of 16.5 inches.
All four tilters can independently swivel up to 360° allowing for fine instant adjustment of the angle for each monitor.
The orientation of each screen can be changed from portrait to landscape and back with ease.
The arms rotate at the dual mount bracket and at their respective elbows providing virtually unlimited flexibility in horizontal positioning.
The monitors independently tilt up and down, allowing for optimal adjustment of the viewing angle.
The SA4A includes a 28" dimpled vertical mounting pole that allows the two dual brackets to be secured at various heights from the mount kit. The images above illustrate the monitor height and the lateral reach of the arms in a desk mounted configuration with the monitors facing forward. The lower dual bracket is at its lowest point along the mounting pole, whereas the upper dual bracket is at the highest point.
In the above image, the two arms on the left are in the lowest possible setting. The work surface inhibits the downward adjustment of the lower left arm at the elbow. The upper left arm is allowed to reach its lowest point along the vertical travel range. The two arms on the right are at their highest adjustment point.
The SA4A is able to retract into an extremely compact space with just 7 inches of distance between the front of the two tilter heads. Here the maximum retraction of the arms is seen shown from the side
The maximum arm extension of the SA4A as viewed from the top.