Press Release Summary:
Modular SWM systems of mounting frames and brackets mount multiple monitors on any desktop, tabletop, or wall. Vertical posts on 2-track SWM 0602 frame are 23.7 in. high. Posts on single-track SWM 0421 frame are 16.6 in. high. Horizontal tracks on both frames are 39.4 in. long. Vertical positions of tracks are continuously adjustable on both frames. Three pivoting mounting brackets attach with nuts and bolts to any position in tracks.
Original Press Release:
Mount Up to Six Displays on One System
Complex production and scientific systems need multiple
displays to monitor critical aspects of the work in progress.
Now, the modular SWM systems of mounting frames and brackets
from CyberResearch® provide easy and cost-effective ways to
mount multiple monitors on any desktop, tabletop, or wall.
SWM modular mounting systems from CyberResearch, Inc. consist of three mounting frames plus three types of mounting brackets. Each of the brackets fits on each of the frames, so you can mix and match any combination of brackets and frames to meet your needs.
Two of the frames mount to a desktop or benchtop with included clamps. Vertical posts on the two-track SWM 0602 frame are 23.7" high. Posts on the one-track SWM 0421 frame are 16.6" high. Horizontal tracks on both frames are 39.4" long. Vertical positions of the tracks are continuously adjustable on both frames. The SWM 0001 frame (shown below) consists of a 39.4" track with wall-mount brackets at each end. It can be mounted to a wall vertically, horizontally, or at any convenient angle. Once mounted to a wall, the position of the track is fixed.
The three display-mounting brackets mount with nuts and bolts to any position in the tracks. SWM 527 has two pivots, SWM 537 has three, and SWM 547 has four. All three brackets come with 75-mm VESA display-mounting plates.
In addition to display mounting systems - now shipping from stock - CyberResearch, Inc., also offers industrial PCs and displays, as well as chassis. CPU cards, data-acquisition, and motion-control systems. For more information, call Joe Tetreault at 800-341-2525, or visit www.cyberresearch.com.