Premier Mounts MM-BE284 2 Dual Monitor Curved Bows on 28" Pole with Extrusion Base

BH #PRMMBE284 • MFR #MM-BE284
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Premier Mounts MM-BE284 2 Dual Monitor Curved Bows on 28" Pole with Extrusion Base
Key Features
  • Mounts up to 4 Monitors
  • For 10 to 24" (25 to 61 cm) Displays
  • 2 Curved Mounting Bows
  • Adjustable Bow Position
The Premier Mounts MM-BE284 2 Dual Monitor Curved Bows on 28" Pole with Extrusion Base is an ideal solution for mounting up to 4 (10 to 24") screens on to a single display unit without sacrificing valuable desktop space. The unit features 2 curved mounting bows on a 28" pole. Each bow has 2 standard VESA (75 x 75, 100 x 100mm) mounting heads for attaching the monitors. Moreover, the position of each curved mounting bow can be adjusted along the length of the pole and fixed with the set screws. The mounting heads offer 90º omnidirectional movement and 360° rotation, so you can adjust the orientation of the monitors to set the optimum viewing angle. In addition, you can adjust the position of the mounting heads laterally.

The extrusion base of the 28" (71.12 cm) pole is designed for extrusion tracks or rails typically used in monitoring consoles. It fits on to standard tracks and is a great mounting option for upgrading consoles with traditional monitors to flat-panel consoles. Furthermore, the integrated cable management system organizes and protects the monitor cables and also gives a clean finish to the installation.

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Premier Mounts MM-BE284 2 Dual Monitor Curved Bows on 28" Pole with Extrusion Base

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Premier Mounts MM-BE284 Overview

The Premier Mounts MM-BE284 2 Dual Monitor Curved Bows on 28" Pole with Extrusion Base is an ideal solution for mounting up to 4 (10 to 24") screens on to a single display unit without sacrificing valuable desktop space. The unit features 2 curved mounting bows on a 28" pole. Each bow has 2 standard VESA (75 x 75, 100 x 100mm) mounting heads for attaching the monitors. Moreover, the position of each curved mounting bow can be adjusted along the length of the pole and fixed with the set screws. The mounting heads offer 90º omnidirectional movement and 360° rotation, so you can adjust the orientation of the monitors to set the optimum viewing angle. In addition, you can adjust the position of the mounting heads laterally.

The extrusion base of the 28" (71.12 cm) pole is designed for extrusion tracks or rails typically used in monitoring consoles. It fits on to standard tracks and is a great mounting option for upgrading consoles with traditional monitors to flat-panel consoles. Furthermore, the integrated cable management system organizes and protects the monitor cables and also gives a clean finish to the installation.

Designed for extrusion tracks typically used in monitoring consoles at central stations and control centers
Mounts up to 4 monitors on to a single display unit for optimal space utilization
Extrusion base can be installed on 1.5" on center T-slot channel or single T-slot channel
Each of the 2 mounting bows features 2 mounting heads
Lateral shift for horizontally adjusting the position of the mounting heads along the bows
90° omnidirectional movement and 360° rotation to achieve the optimum viewing angle
75 x 75, 100 x 100mm standard VESA mounting heads
Keyhole mounting slots for easily attaching displays to the mounting heads
Set screws allow the mounting bows to be securely positioned anywhere along the 28" pole
Cable management system on the bow protects and organizes the wires for a clean finish

Premier Mounts MM-BE284 Specs

Display Range10 to 24" (25 to 61 cm)
Viewing AdjustmentsTilt: 90°
Pivot: 90°
Rotate: 360°
Mounting Pattern TypeFixed
Mounting PatternStandard VESA 75 x 75, 100 x 100 mm
Pole Diameter2" (51 mm)
Length28" (71.12 cm)
Packaging Info
Package Weight22 lb
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