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Product Description

An attractive, cost-effective, ergonomic solution for mounting light displays.

The Viper is an attractive, cost-effective ergonomic solution for general office environments.   Machined from solid aluminum, the Viper provides industry-leading durability and visual appeal.  Along with being the perfect arm for mounting lightweight displays, the Viper is also great for mounting a variety of other electronic devices such as notebooks, cameras and tablet computers.

Wall Mounting and Slate Wall

The Viper is easily transformed from a traditional desk mount to economical wall mount for light weight monitors.  The Viper is also easily mounted into slatwall generally found in office cubicals.  The Viper with a single stud wall mount is a cost efficient way to save space and be creative with monitor placement. 

Viper Assembly Guide  

Product Specifications

Viper

Joints Variable tension joints
Material Machined from 60-61 T6 billet aluminum
Vesa Removable 75/100 mm interface plate
Capacity Supports displays up to 8kg (18lbs)
Range Maximum reach of 435mm (17.125in)

Viper II

Joints Variable tension joints
Material Machined from 60-61 T6 billet aluminum
Vesa Removable 75/100 interface plate
Capacity Supports displays up to 8kg (18lbs) x 2
Range Maximum reach of 428mm (16.85) x 2

Mount Details

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Small Edge Clamp

The Small Edge Clamp can be clamped onto desks from 18mm (3/4") to 33mm (1 1/4") thick. The clamp is adjustable using a 5 mm allen key to fit your desk thickness perfectly and extends 2 3/8" onto the desk.

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Large Edge Clamp

The Large Edge Clamp can be clamped onto desks from 30mm (1 1/4") to 51mm (2") thick. The clamp is adjustable using a 5 mm allen key to fit your desk thickness perfectly and extends 4 1/4" onto the desk.

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Cable Grommet

If you have a work surface with an existing cable grommet then this post can be used. Simply remove the grommet from your work surface and replace with the post ensuring that the hole is covered by the new grommet plate.

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Through Desk Mount

The Through-desk mounting solution is our strongest mount. This can be installed by simply drilling a 13 mm (0.5") diameter hole in the required surface or fit through an existing hole up to 40 mm (1.5") diameter.

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Single Stud Wall Mount

The single stud wall mount is useful to mount a display or iMac directly to a wall to help remove desktop clutter.

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Slat Wall Mount

Adjustable slat wall mount will fit standard slat walls.

Adapter Details

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Vesa Plate

The standard Vesa plate is designed to fit a variety of standard monitors, displays and TVs. The hole pattern works for both the 75mm x 75mm vesa and 100mm x 100mm vesa.

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Laptop Tray

Heat transferable aluminum laptop tray designed to universally mount laptops.

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All our products are made in North America, manufactured with upwards of 97% recycled materials and are 100% recyclable. Even the packaging is recyclable!

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Monitors in Motion: 55 Industrial Road,
Unit 9, Tottenham, Ontario L0G 1W0
1-905-936-9501
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