How do monitor arms stay in place?

How do monitor arms stay in place?

Find the small hex bolt on the swivel arm bracket. Use the small M3 Allen Wrench and turn counter-clockwise to loosen the swing tension in the arms. Move the arms backward or forward into the preferred position. Use the Allen Wrench and turn in a clockwise direction to tighten the tension and keep the arms in place.

How do I know if my monitor is ARM compatible?

To see if you’re monitor is VESA compatible, you can take a quick peek at the back of the monitor and look for the hole pattern. If it’s attached to an existing stand, you may need to remove the mount to reveal the hole pattern. Otherwise, an internet search of your monitor’s make and model should be able to help.

Do all monitor arms fit all monitors?

Monitor arms are not “one size fits all,” and there are quite a few options out there, so be sure to consider these questions before buying. The Freedom Arm® is a stylish articulating monitor arm that easily mounts to any standard desk (or wall) allowing you to free up valuable desk space.

How do you know if your monitor can be mounted?

To determine if your computer monitor complies with VESA standards, simply check the back. If it does comply, you should see the standard four-hole screw pattern in the back of your monitor. The most common pattern for the screw holes is either 75 x 75 mm or 100 x 100 mm, while larger monitors will be 200 x 100 mm.

Should I get monitor arms?

Without proper care and ergonomic adjustments, strain, fatigue, dryness, and even blurred vision can result. Monitor arms help eliminate these ailments by allowing you to position your monitor screen at the optimal viewing height, angle, position, and distance, so that you aren’t straining your eyes to view your work.

How do I know what monitor arm to buy?

Always make sure that your desktop’s thickness and/or grommet hole diameter will be compatible with the wall or desk monitor arm you choose. The Freedom Arm® is a stylish monitor arm that can easily attach to any standard desk (or be used as a wall mount) allowing you to free up valuable desk space.

How do I know if my monitor is compatible with monitor arm?

What should I look for when buying a monitor arm?

11 Things To Consider When Buying Monitor Arms

  1. Vesa Compliance.
  2. Size of Monitor.
  3. Weight of Monitors.
  4. Mounting Options.
  5. Surface Restrictions.
  6. Stability.
  7. Space Behind Desk.
  8. Height Adjustment.