Ergotron LX Dual Stacking Arm - mounting kit

Mfg.Part: 45-248-026 | CDW Part: 1992130 | UNSPSC: 31162313
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  • Mounting kit (desk clamp mount
  • grommet mount
  • pole
  • 2 articulating arms
  • 2 extension brackets
  • notebook tray) for 2 LCD displays or LCD display and notebook
  • polished aluminum
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Main Features
  • Mounting kit (desk clamp mount
  • grommet mount
  • pole
  • 2 articulating arms
  • 2 extension brackets
  • notebook tray) for 2 LCD displays or LCD display and notebook
  • polished aluminum
  • screen size: up to 24"
  • desktop
Includes two (2) LCD arms and extensions, pole, desk clamp and grommet mount, one (1) notebook tray, notebook fastening kit (you choose: Velcro, non-slip pad or clips)

Durable polished aluminum construction! Use this ingenious tool with your notebook and an external LCD or with two LCDs. Create a productive multi-display configuration that lifts screens up to where they're easier to see while reclaiming valuable worksurface.

Ergotron LX Dual Stacking Arm - mounting kit is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Disappointed This is a solidly built mount with one glaring problem. The pole is not tall enough for two 24" monitors. The bottom monitor sits right on the desk while the top monitor has zero clearance, had to stress the mount to get the top monitor above the bottom one. It is pressing hard on the bottom monitor with mount stretched. The pole needs to be 6" to 12" taller and this would be a five star mount.
Date published: 2014-09-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Top of the line These are very well made. There is a channel in the arms for cabling. Very clean look. Perfect for grommet hole installs as well as every other setup. It came with so much hardware I would be hard pressed to find an install where it WOULDN'T work. Top notch. We have them in a side by side setup but the users can drag them wherever they want. After you have the screens attached, then play with the spring adjustment at the end. Find the sweet spot (easy) and your users can move them to whatever height and it stays.
Date published: 2012-10-08
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