SilverStone MVA02 2x NUC PCs Mount
SilverStone MVA02, Extension Bracket, Mount 2x NUC PCs with Monitor Arm Extension
By DPD On 22nd Jan 2019
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Features • Enables mounting of two NUC PCs with monitor arm simultaneously.
• Support standard VESA mount specification of 75mm x 75mm or 100mm x 100mm.
• Built using strong and durable 2.0mm steel.
• We recommend installing on 19-inch or larger monitor so the MVA02 does not exceed the width of installed monitor.
• Please evaluate the total weight of the installation to avoid exceeding maximum load-bearing of monitor arm.
• Model No.: SST-MVA02
• Colour: Black
• Material: 2.0mm steel
• Dimension: 115mm (W) x 385mm (H) x 2mm (D) / 4.53" (W) x 15.16" (H) x 0.08" (D)
• Weight: 700g
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- 24 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 24 months
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