The desktop bracket allows for flexible positioning of three LCD and LED televisions, displays or computer monitors on a desktop or other flat surface such as window sills.
Via its screws the table bracket can be attached on any 1 to 9cm thick surface including large office desks as well as workbenches. The rubber supports ensure against any possible damage to the surface from attaching the bracket.
A particular strength of the Auna desk mount is its exceptional flexibility. The main rack can be swiveled a total of 360° and allows flexible adjustment of each individual mount so that different sixed devices can be perfectly attached. Each individual mount can be swiveled 30° and turned a full 360° for ideal positioning depending on working environment and light conditions.
The swivel mount’s product design makes it ideal for use on surfaces with 4 monitors without the typical cluttered results. The bracket is perfect for using in working spaces where several processes are being controlled at once – such as in production or upper management – as well as for presentations and trade fairs.
All four individual swivel mounts feature two of the most common VESA hole spacing standards (75x75mm, 100x100mm) so that a range of devices can be fitted without having to buy another bracket. Its maximum load capacity of 8kg per mount is easily enough (considering the ever decreasing weight of devices) so that you won’t have to compensate when looking at buying any new devices.
The TV table mounting bracket is shipped with complete, high-quality mounting hardware and illustrated instructions.
Does the mounting bracket fit my screen?
The two most important criteria for selecting a wall bracket are:
a) the hole spacing
b) maximum load capacity
The size of the TV alone does not determine which wall bracket will fit best. As different manufacturers have different specifications in terms of matching certain hole spacing’s to screen sizes, the television’s screen size is actually best used simply as a guide when looking for a wall bracket.
Nonetheless, it is best to measure hole spacing and check the user manual before you buy.
Hole spacings are given by the following standards: horizontal distance x vertical distance – “200x100mm” means that that the holes are spaced 20cm horizontally and 10cm vertically from eachother.
Most televisions will feature the VESA hole spacings. VESA (Video Electronics Standards Association) is a manufacturing organisation that define recommended standards for the market. This applies also to the hole spacing for wall brackets with the following standards adhered to by almost all manufacturers:
VESA 75 x 75mm
VESA 100 x100mm
VESA 200 x 100mm
VESA 200 x 200mm
VESA 400 x 400mm
VESA 600 x 200mm
VESA 600 x 400mm
VESA 800 x 400mm
Whether a hole spacing is called “VESA hole spacing” or simply “hole spacing” is irrelevant. What is important is that the measurements for both TV and mount match.
These hole spacing’s still apply regardless of the device (LCD TV, LED TV, plasma TV and computer monitors) or manufacturer.