Dual Monitor Stand 15" to 24" from ScanFX TS742

ScanFX TS742 Dual Monitor Stand for 15"-24" Monitors with Height Tilt Pivot & Swivel VESA 100mm & 75mm

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Scan code: LN38981 Manufacturer code: TS742 Request call
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Product Overview http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bu7a9DZwCkc&fb_source=message

The TS742 is the ideal dual LCD monitor desk stand. Hinged modules enable each monitor to be installed at the perfect postion, and apart from the rotation, swivel & tilt functions at each hinge module, the TS742 also facilitates:

1. Easy Cable Management system to ensure your cables stay tidy.
2. Each monitor can be adjusted horizontally to give you the perfect distance between them, as well as being able to adjust the overall height.
3. Smart Torque Adjust™ is always available at every hinge module to cover differences in monitor weights.
4. Quick Release ™ on each arm to enable easy and efficient installation.

This dual LCD monitor stand has been made with an aluminium alloy to ensure its sturdiness and is able to support:

1. Monitors at 12 Kgs (26.5 lbs) for each module.
2. Panel sizes upto and including most 24".
3. Complaint with VESA 100x100 & 75x75 mount pitch requirement. Features http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bu7a9DZwCkc&fb_source=message

• Arm Angle Adjust
• Height Adjust
• 90 degrees rotation
• Cable Management
• Smart Torque Adjust
• Aluminium Alloy structure
• Easy Installation

Dual LCD Monitor Stand has been well utilized with Highgrade existing hinge modules which enable every display monitor to be installed at expected performance. Apart from its defined rotation, swivel & tilt functions at each hinge module, TS742 also facilitates:
1. Easy Cable ™ Management cover & column to make the cables tidy & well arranged.
2. The gap of each display monitor can be adjusted while height can be adjusted too.
3. Smart Torque Adjust™ is always available at every Hinge Module to meet various weights implemented.
4. Quick Release ™ on each ARM to enable the install mush efficient & easy.
5. Base option per Clamp & Grommet types.

Dual LCD Monitor Stand has been made by aluminum alloy to make sure its sturdiness. General specs have been listed to support:
1. Display monitor at 12 Kgs (26.5 lbs) for each module.
2. Panel size will be suggested ? 24”.
3. Complaint with VESA 100x100 & 75x75 mount pitch requirement.
Specification
• Max. wall mount hole pitch: 100x100mm/75x75mm
• Screw Type: M4
• Material: Steel/Aluminum Alloy
• Dimension(W*H*D): 672*240.2*370mm(26.46''x9.46''x14.57'')
• Weight: 3.3Kg (7.3lbs)
• Swivel: Max. +/- 20° (For each "Hinge")
• Tilt: Max. +/- 20° (For each "Hinge")
• Rotate(Pivot): 90° ( For each "Hinge")
• Support max. weight: 12 Kg( 26.5 lbs) ( For each "Hinge")
• Support flat panel size: 15''~ 24''
• Safety/Quality Approvals: SGS Tensile
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
12 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
7 days
RTB Period:
12 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
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Reviews
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 10 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great service and value Great stand and excellent value, only -ve the center pole could be a little taller to allow better adjustment. 04 April 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Stand Great stand. Sturdy, adjustable, frees up space on desk, could be a little taller. . . other than that, great! 10 March 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Works well and does the job It is a monitor stand. It kinda does what it says on the tin. Holds my two monitors up without any problem. 07 December 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great but very tight with 2 24" monitors Bought this for my two BenQ 24" Monitors. The problem is that when properly mounted, there is only just enough clearance for the two monitors to sit side-by-side and there is 0 room for tilt. I almost returned the item when I realized I could simply mount the monitors with two of the screw holes instead of all 4, meaning I gain another couple of inches in clearance. This gave me enought o have both monitors at a good angle. The only issue is that they are slightly less stable on two screws than they would be on 4. Overall, fantatsic for price, but better suited to 23" and below. 06 November 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by sturdy chap easy to assemble while also very robust. happy to use this next time. 11 September 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Easy install, robust product. The stand was very easy to install and is very sturdy. Great for the price paid. 25 July 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Well made and quite easy to install. I've released some precious desk space by putting two monitors on this rig. No holes or ugly clamps, just a large black foot to take the weight and balance. Assembly is a little tricky - grub-screws fiddly but they do go in. Getting the second monitor on needs an additional pair of hands, or a pile of books maybe - something to prop up the first monitor whilst you bolt the second one on. And then sit back and admire your efforts, tweaking heights and angles until it's just right. Considering what you can pay to achieve the same results, this is an excellent product. 07 July 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Easy to put together and does the job Easy to put together and does the job... much better than having one screen 07 November 2014
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