Chief KTA1028B Array 28" Pole (Black)

Chief KTA1028B Array 28" Pole (Black)

Chief KTA1028B Array 28" Pole (Black)

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Chief KTA1028B Array 28" Pole (Black)

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  • Create Custom Multi-Monitor Arrays
  • Pair with Chief K1P- or K2P-Series Arms
  • TAA Compliant

Color: Black

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The black Chief KTA1028B Array 28" Pole is used in creating custom multi-monitor array configurations. It can also be paired with any Chief Kontour K1P- or K2P-Series monitor arm solution and is TAA compliant.

UPC: 841872066653
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Chief KTA1028B Array 28" Pole (Black)
  • Limited 10-Year Warranty
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    Compatibility Chief Kontour K1P- and K2P-series monitor arms
    Custom multi-monitor array configurations
    Compliance TAA compliant
    Dimensions (Ø x L) 1.9 x 28.0" (711.0 x 48.3 mm)
    Weight Not specified by manufacturer
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 7.3 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 28.9 x 5.0 x 2.6"
    KTA1028B Array 28" Pole (Black) is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from A useful upgrade I have the KTP-325b which is the dual pole, triple monitor stand for wide screen monitors. It comes with a pair of 14 poles to support the monitor array. While I love the KTP-325b overall, I found that it is just too short - I am fortunate enough to have an adjustable, bi-level desk so I was able to elevate the section holding the stand but the low height of the monitor array made the desk surface impractical to use. I ordered a pair of these 28 poles and while it was a minor hassle to install, the net result is that I lowered the rear section of the desk and I now have a good 12 of useable space between the screens and the desk - enough room that I might try running these in portrait mode. Currently, the poles rise about 4 above the top of the monitors, but visually it does not look bad. I was thinking about how I might mount some little speakers on top of the poles. Each pole came with a dust cap and a pair of the cable shrouds - there is actually room to use the two new shrouds as well as the original shroud from the 14 poles if I wanted to. I have 3 Asus 25 monitors on the stand and use the screens for work as well as to play games using Nvidia Surround (3 screens in Battlefield 3 is amazing!)
    Date published: 2012-01-25
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