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The MVAL1730 is a sturdy monitor visor constructed with ABS plastic and is made to last even in demanding environments. It is made with a foam gasket to prevent back-light from coming through between the visor shroud and the top of the monitor cabinet. Those who suffer from symptoms of Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS) may find relief when utilizing Ergomart's monitor visor. Many glare screens come up short when compared to the MVAL1730's extra-deep bezel and light-absorbing dark matte finish. This monitor visor is ideal for users such as data entry workers, CAD/CAM professionals, developers and web designers who spend long hours at the computer and maintain intense visual focus on the screen. The overall design helps with compliance with HIPAA patient privacy requirements.
The MVAL1730 fits monitors from 16.5" to 30" in width. This visor comes with strong Velcro strips which secure the edges of the monitor. It works very well with many LCD monitors and is suitable for mounting to monitors that have flat edges.
|Shipping Weight||4 pounds|
|Shipping Dimensions||16" x 16" x 14"|
|Warranty||5 Year limited|
Perspective view of the Monitor Visor MVAL1730.
The MVAL1730 total visor depth is 12.1 inches which will provide up to 11 inches of shading when attached at a 1 inch depth around a monitor bezel.
At its narrowest setting the MVAL can cover a monitor as small as 16.5 inches wide.
At its widest setting the MVAL will accomodate a monitor of 30 inches in width.
A Monitor Hood or Monitor Visor must be deep enough to shade the offending glare. This simple test illustrates how to check depth for monitor hoods and monitor visors before purchase. This test requires a large piece of cardboard (about 18" x 30"). Fold it around your monitor. Using easily removable tape, experiment with different shroud depths to see what is the shortest depth that effectively removes the glare spots. Large areas of light colored walls or large windows directly behind the monitor create diffuse reflections or "veiling" glare problems that are not well addressed by visors / hoods.
Monitor visors are typically described in terms of the overall front to back dimension of the unit, depicted by the blue arrow. Most visors lose one to two inches of depth when attached to the monitor. If you only require a minimal shroud depth, most any inexpensive visor will work. If you require a product that combats serious glare problems, please email or call us: 888 420 3200.