The ultra-adjustable Thin Client Holder keeps your slim and small CPU secured from hazards. This bracket configures into almost any arrangement—whether you have an LCD arm, a data entry system, a 2" OD pole or an Ergomart wall track system. It can also be mounted to walls or other vertical surfaces. Two size options fit devices from 1 ⅛" to 3 ½" wide. This low profile mount can be configured to interface with Ergomart wall tracks and our PM192 pole systems and is a convenient alternative to unnecessarily bulky CPU holders.
For each of the two size options, there are four basic configurations available:
An additional feature of this universal CPU Thin Client holder is the optional Tilter Offset Bracket. This L-shaped bracket attaches in between the monitor and an Ergomart tilter head, and creates a convenient and accessible mounting platform for installing the Thin Client Holder behind the monitor just above the tilter mechanism. The CPU then moves in tandem with the monitor occupying an otherwise unused space.
Please visit the specifications tab for more information on the Thin Client Holder variants.
Not sure if any of these configurations fit your requirements? Let us help: 888 420 3200.
|Shipping Weight||3 pounds|
|Shipping Dimensions||9" x 6" x 5"|
|Warranty||5 year limited|
The adaptable Thin Client Mount has a front bracket plate that is 5 inches tall and an overall minimum clamping depth of 1.12 inches. It will accept thin clients as thick as 1.88 inches. The bracket is 5 inches wide.
The adaptable Thin Client Mount has a front bracket plate that is 5 inches tall and an overall minimum clamping depth of 1.62 inches. It will accept thin clients as thick as 3 inches. The bracket is 5 inches wide.
Common to both depth options are two front styles and a shared hole pattern for the back. The left image depicts the standard smooth and featureless front plate. The second image depicts the slotted front that accepts an optional VESA slider plate or allows the user to attach a 75x75mm or 100x100mm VESA compatible device. The third image illustrates the back hole pattern that is shared with both versions.