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Display-Mount Possibilities

Oct. 9, 2014
A mount chosen for a display, whether it’s a touchscreen or a 40-in. display, can have a range of options to make it easier to use. Some variations include tilt mount; tilt and swivel mount; and tilt, swivel, and swing mount.
A mount chosen for a display, whether it’s a touchscreen or a 40-in. display, can have a range of options to make it easier to use. To the left are some variations of mounts for the same display.

Tilt mount: lets the display tilt forward and backward. It can be outfitted with a counterbalancing spring to offset a heavy display to make it relatively effortless for staff to adjust the tilt angle. Display positioning or adjusting can be done manually -- no tools are needed.

Tilt and swivel mount: Displays with this mount can be easily rotated up to 360° swiveled, and tilted. Precision joints hold the mount in place and prevent drift.

Tilt, swivel, and swing mount: Provides constant-torque and user-friendly tilt, swivel, and swing-out adjustments. The arm withstands touch forces, vibration, and heavy loading. Built-in wire covers protect the wires and cabling and make the arm easy to clean. In addition, they eliminate the time-consuming process of threading wire from the receptacle, up through the arm, and to the monitor or touchscreen.

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