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Configuring a Fully-Enclosed Universal Mount Monitor – Part II

Pedestal Mounts

In this post we will continue breaking down the main components for completing a Universal Mount Monitor configuration. In Part I, we detailed the various cable exit cover plate options for our fully-enclosed Universal Mount Monitors. The next step to completing your configuration is deciding how you want to mount the monitor.

All of our Universal Mount Monitors have side yoke mount holes, as well as VESA mounting holes on the rear cover. You can mount the monitors virtually anywhere – on a pedestal anchored to the floor, attached to a wall, column or post, or even hung from the ceiling! (more…)

Configuring a Fully-Enclosed Universal Mount Monitor – Part I

Sometimes it can get confusing making sure you have all the right parts for a fully-enclosed Universal Mount Monitor configuration, so we’re going to break down the main components to help make your decision a little easier. A complete Universal Mount Monitor configuration consists of the base monitor, a cable exit cover plate, and a mounting option, as well as any additional options including keyboards, PC enclosures, and KVM extenders. Our rear cover plate options give users access to internal connections without compromising NEMA ratings. We offer a variety of cover plates to meet the needs of each customer, and we’ve described them in detail below (our mounting options will be described in Part II). (more…)

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