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The TRP2718S Premium LCD Arm FlexTray is useful in space sensitive environments. It is an excellent choice for wall mounting for occasional data entry in both standing and sitting positions. This LCD Arm FlexTray assembly is used extensively in medical, dental, manufacturing and industrial work environments. The TRP2718S accommodates flat panel displays up to 20 pounds. The arm and tray rotate an amazing 360 degrees at three pivot joints while cables are routed through the arm. Both monitor and keyboard tray can be tilted at different angles. If you require greater reach or a combo that handles greater payloads, contact Ergomart at 888 420 3200. One more great feature: the arm can be folded so that when not in use it only protrudes about 7 inches from the wall. The brake and vertical travel limiter option allows the user to secure the vertical position with a twist of a knob, while limiters may be set to ensure arm does not go too high or low in a workspace and collide with important equipment or obstacles.
Need two monitors? This mount as also available as the TRP2718D Dual Monitor Arm with Keyboard Tray, providing side-by-side mounting of two monitors.
|Shipping Weight||35 pounds|
|Shipping Dimensions||31" x 19" x 9"|
|Warranty||5 year limited|
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.
This image depicts the arm wall mounted and in its highest position. VESA monitor placement can be in either the lowest or the highest upper position (13.5). The high position is about 12.75 inches above the tray. The 4 inch measurement shows the vertical distance from the top fastener height of the wall mount to the bottom of the tray.
There are three attachment positions for the tilter head to the LCD Keyboard Tray Arm. They move the relationship of the arm to the backbar that hold both the tray and the monitor. Most installations work best with the tilter attached to the lowest point on the backbar. This is the preferred position because it reduces the stress on the tilter head component. That position is indicated in the image to the left with the fully opaque lines. Again, this same attachment position is also typically advisable when attaching the arm to a work surface as it will allow for the most vertical travel before the keyboard tray stops when it rests on the surface.
This LCD monitor arm keyboard configuration illustrates the arm attached to the center of the back bar. Note that the center of the 75 and 100 mm VESA plate (which usually is also the vertical center of the monitor) can be located 11.25 or 13.25 inches above the tray. The bottom horizontal line illustrates the surface height for a clamp, grommet or through desk configuration. The arm will have 7 inches of vertical travel when limited by the surface. When the arm is 2 inches away from the edge (as is typical when it is mounted at the front of a shallow shelf in a through-desk mounted configuration) then it can be floated through its full vertical range of over 17 inches.
The arm may be lowered with hand pressure to a position as illustrated. The tray in this configuration is able to move to almost 14 inches below the mounting plane of the arm to the pole mount
In this illustration, the tilter head is in its middle attachment position on the back bar. The horizontal line illustrates the plane where the face of the arm meets the top of the pole mount. This is instructive for the installation process and determining the vertical position of the monitor and tray heights.
These extensions are almost always used when the arm is attached to a large horizontal surface. Generally speaking, nothing is to be gained from using this device in a vertically mounted arrangement. Some situations do arise that require a vertical extension on a wall mount.
The TRP2718S is shown desk mounted with the optional two inch extension placed in the highest position. Also note the maximum forward reach in the upper position. Variations are possible by attaching the back bar at the other two locations as discussed above.
The maximum reach of the arm in its low position as it touches the surface. Note that in all examples showing the arm in various positions that there is a relationship between the reach of the assembly and its vertical position. The maximum reach is always obtained at the point where the lifting arm and the forearm or both parallel to the floor.
The TRP2718S is shown desk mounted with the optional 12 inch extension floated to its highest position. Variations are possible by attaching the back bar at the other two locations as discussed above.
This VESA 1/4-Inch Spacer Kit allows monitors with VESA hole locations that are recessed by 1/4" or less to be attached to an Ergomart VESA plate.
This VESA 1/2-Inch Spacer Kit allows monitors with VESA hole locations that are recessed by 1/2" or less to be attached to an Ergomart VESA plate.