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Clamp or Grommet Mount
Number of Screens
Whether you work with single or a triple screen
confi guration, need your screens stacked vertically, or
include a laptop in your day-to-day work environment,
we have suitable monitor arm solutions available.
Chose from freestanding desk-top options, or clamp
your monitor arm to your desk for a more permanent
solution. Alternatively our wall-mounted monitor arms
provide the perfect solution for workspaces without a
desk or where there is limited desk surface.
Level of Movement
Gas-spring technology offers instantly fl exible and
effortless height adjustment, which is great for screen-
sharing and also ideal where one desk is used by multiple
users. A pole mount monitor arm option allows you to
choose a static height for correct user comfort instead.
Gas Spring Technology
Achieve comfortable viewing.
Ensure your eyes are in line with
the top of your screen.
Monitor Arms - features and benefi ts
Monitor arms free up valuable desk space and enable you to effortlessly move your screen to the correct
height and angle to reduce back, neck and eye strain.
A FIRA Accreditation means a
product has been rigorously
tested, certifi ed and inspected.
Also known as the Mounting Interface Standard (MIS) is the universal standards for
mounting fl at panel and other visual display equipment. To avoid fi xing issues, both
the monitor arm and monitor should be VESA compliant.
Available as Pole or Gas Spring. Pole arms provide height adjustment and an arm that
pivots, where as Gas Spring can provide full motion movement.
Maximum Screen Size and Load Capacity
The maximum screen size each arm can support without being detrimental to the
usability. With dual arms, following this guidance prevents monitors from overlapping.
Integrated clips that allow cables to be organised and kept tidy.
Monitor Arms are either C-Clamp, Grommet, Through Desk or Free Standing. It’s important to consider your desk type and fi xing method when selecting a model.
The degree to which a
screen can tilt directly
downwards or upwards.
The degree to which a
screen can pan left or right.
The degree to which the screen can
be fully rotated, to work from either
landscape or horizontal positions.
The maximum height a monitor can be raised to, to ensure it is ergonomically
positioned. Ideally, the top of the monitor screen should be at or slightly below eye level.
The extension of the arm should be set at the correct ergonomic depth for the user to
ensure comfortable viewing and avoid eye fatigue.
How to choose?
Fellowes knows that your workspace needs to work for you. The extensive range of monitor arms and accessories we have
developed means there is a solution for everyone. Finding the right specifi cation for you is easy, just follow our simple 3-step
guide to identify the most appropriate solution...
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