Wednesday, October 17, 2012
SUPER PC:Mounting Multiple Monitors on a Stand
In order to mount multiple monitors on a single stand or or onto wall mount, you will need monitors that are VESA Mount compatible. This means that your monitor will have to have four bolt sockets on the back of it in order to mount the monitor to the stand. VESA stands for Video Electronics Standards Association which means that the video and electronics community has come up with an industry standard for mounting displays, in which all of the manufacturers of those products adhere to. In the case of display mounting, there are two possible mounting hole arrangements you can have on the back of your monitor. These arrangements are 75mm and 100mm hole patterns. It is not incredibly important for you to know which of these VESA patterns your monitor has, as long as you can tell that you have the four bolt holes on the back (in the middle). This is because all of the multi-monitor stands that are available on the market are compatible with both 75mm and 100mm VESA hole patterns.