Fellowes 8038201 Mounting Arm for Flat Panel DisplayMonitor Arms
21" Screen Support - 20 lb Load Capacity - Black, Pearl - View Complete Details
Product Number: FEL8038201
In Stock - Hurry, only 19 left.
Note: Must buy in quantities of 2 starting at 4.
Estimated Delivery 10 business day(s) - Mon 3/13 - The products will be shipped directly from the Manufacturer and will require additional time for delivery. 10 business days - Mon 3/13 - The products will be shipped directly from the Manufacturer and will require additional time for delivery.
You May Also Like
Click for Tour
Click the link above for a guided, interactive tour of this product.
Fellowes 8038201 Mounting Arm for Flat Panel Display - Designer Suites Flat Panel Monitor Arm elevates monitors to comfortable viewing heights to prevent neck strain. Easy-to-mount, patent-pending two-piece clamp mounts monitor between desk and cubicle wall. Height-adjustable arm moves up or down to four positions (1 increments each), tilts up or down positive/negative 45 degrees, pivots left to right 180 degrees, and allows 360-degree screen rotation. Monitor arm supports 21" flat panel monitors up to 20 lb. Clamp to surfaces up to 2-1/2" thick (2" desk overhang required) or mount in grommet hole. Space-saving monitor arm includes a cord management system. VESA compliant."
- Adjustable arm moves up or down 5 positions (1” increments each).
- Tilts up or down +/- 45°, pivots left to right 180°, and allows 360° rotation.
- Supports monitors up to 20 lbs.
- Easy to mount; clamps to surfaces up to 2 ½” thick (2” desk overhang required) or mounts in grommet hole.
- Includes cord management system; VESA compliant.
Still have a question? Click to ask a Question
ReviewsThere are no Customer Reviews yet.
Help out our customers.
Be the first to write a review.
Question & Answer
Do you have questions about this product?
Get answers from real customers and in-house experts with AnswerBox.
Q:I know that this is VESA compliant but want to know the distance measurement for the screw mount arm (e.g. 100mm x 100mm) to fit the back of the monitor. Please advise.Asked on 5/8/2015 by Darryl from Houston, TX