Looking for a monitor bracket to mount your monitor on the edge of your work table or hang it on a wall or ceiling? With a double monitor bracket you can mount 2 screens side by side in a space-saving way. You can buy a monitor bracket for 2 screens, 3 or 4 screens as per your need. If you have a screen without a base, you can also order a monitor support. When ordering, always pay attention to the correct VESA size, dimensions of the monitor and weight that the construction may support.
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The Right Monitor Bracket for your Workplace
A computer monitor often comes with its own stand, with which the screen can be placed on your desk. But what if you do not have enough space or do not want to sit the screen down but want to mount it to your desk with a strong bracket? For all these situations you can order a suitable monitor bracket. You can choose from a number of different types. The choice of the correct monitor bracket depends on a number of factors.
The first question is: “where do you want to mount your monitor?”. If you want to mount it on your desk, a bracket that you can clip to the edge of your table top is the ideal choice. Clamping is easy, you can screw this bracket to the edge of the table top of your desk or work table without tools. Then remove the bracket attached to your screen and screw the screen to the bracket using the screws provided. After screwing, the monitor can be adjusted to height and viewing distance as desired. With us you will find different models of this type for one, two, three or four monitors.
Mount the Monitor Bracket on a wall, ceiling or pole
In offices and shops, a screen can be used as an information panel for visitors and customers. At home, a screen can be used for a home cinema or for a home automation system. In these situations it is useful to hang a display on a wall or ceiling.
There are different types of wall brackets. The simplest is the flat wall bracket, with which you hang your screen flat against the wall. It has a setting option that allows you to rotate and tilt the monitor slightly to adjust the viewing angle of the monitor. If you want more freedom when setting up, choose a wall bracket with an arm. With this bracket you can turn the monitor further away from the wall and you have more options to adjust the viewing angle of the monitor. A wall bracket is also a good alternative if you do not want to clamp a bracket to your work table and your work table is against a wall.
Another option is the ceiling bracket. This solution is often chosen in conference rooms, but can also be the ideal solution to hang up a home cinema monitor at home if the walls are not strong enough.
The VESA standard
VESA is an acronym of Video Electronics Standards Association. The organization that has standardized mounting options for monitors and flat screen TVs. Almost all modern monitors have standardized VESA mounting holes on the back. This makes it easy to choose a bracket for your monitor without worrying whether it will fit your monitor. In the VESA standard, the center distance between the four screw holes is indicated in centimeters. For small and light panels, these holes are grouped in a square. The VESA mounting connector is shown with one number.
For example, VESA 10, where the screw holes are ten centimeters apart. With larger and heavier panels, the holes are grouped in a rectangle. The mounting connection is then indicated with two numbers. The first for the long and the second for the short center distance of the screw holes. A monitor bracket is often suitable for multiple VESA sizes. This is indicated by two or more VESA sizes separated by a comma. If the VESA mounting of your monitor does not match the VESA adapter on the monitor bracket, you can use a VESA adapter.
Other important specifications
The screen size is important for a number of brackets. Due to their construction, these brackets can carry a maximum screen size. The maximum size that a bracket can carry is indicated in the product description. If you are looking for a monitor bracket for a specific screen size, choose the desired size via the filter, after which all suitable brackets are displayed in an orderly manner. In addition to a maximum screen size, a monitor bracket also has a maximum carrying weight. This weight is indicated in kilograms (Kg). For your own safety, it is important that you never exceed the maximum carrying weight of a monitor bracket for your screen. If you do this, the construction of the bracket can become disrupted, so that the monitor can no longer be rotated. At worst, the construction can break, causing your monitor to fall and be damaged. If you overload the bracket, you will not be able to make a warranty claim if it breaks the bracket.