Chief K2C22HS Kontour K2C Articulating Column Mount for Dual Monitor Array (Silver)

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Chief K2C22HS Kontour K2C Articulating Column Mount for Dual Monitor Array (Silver)

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Chief K2C22HS Overview

The silver K2C22HS Kontour K2C Articulating Column Mount from Chief can float 2 monitor displays in an ergonomic position above your work surface to create a more productive and comfortable work environment. Manual height adjustment on the column provides optimal positioning for use in offices, healthcare facilities, or homes.

Dual-monitor array bar with low-profile tilt and rotation adjustments
Sleek, solidly-constructed forged aluminum arms in subtle semi-gloss silver finish
Enhanced column interface enables easy upgrades from single- to dual- or triple-monitor installations without impacting the existing installation
7" of manual height adjustment on the column for optimizing screen position
Easy 3-step installation and quick-release monitor interface for easy mounting and maintenance, with included tool storage in the updated base
Easily clamps to edge of desk, through standard grommet hole, or through bolt hole with included tool kit
The tool-free cable management clips provide a clean, professional look
High levels of recycled content and a highly recyclable design for LEED-CI, -NC, and -EB credits
UPC: 841872160566

Chief K2C22HS Specs

Number of Monitors2
Desktop Thickness Range0.50 to 2.5" (1.27 to 6.4 cm)
Mounting Pattern Compatibility75 x 75 mm, 100 x 100 mm
OrientationLandscape, portrait
Tilt+/- 10°
TV Width RangeUp to 24.9" (63.2 cm)
Typical Screen Sizes10.0 to 24.0" (25.4 to 60.9 cm) diagonals
Weight CapacityUp to 15.0 lb (6.8 kg) per monitor
DimensionsHeight Adjustment: 7.0" (17.8 cm)
Maximum Extension: 19.7" (49.9 cm)
Minimum Depth: 6.2" (15.7 cm)
Weight16.0 lb (7.3 kg)
Packaging Info
Package Weight21.2 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)30 x 14 x 8"
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