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Monitor Arm Flo

Monitor Arm | Flo

Flo is the latest in a long line of industry leading monitor supports from Colebrook Bosson Saunders. Utilising clear spring technology, it provides the greatest range of articulation of all ‘dynamic’ monitor arms and will support its full weight range of screens more reliably, economically, and easily than any of its competitors. Flo provides easy fingertip adjustability which makes it the ideal solution for today’s modern office, while the visual indicator ensures consistency and time saving when optimising Flo to the screen weight.

The CBS Tablet Mount has been designed to securely house all three generations of iPad. CBS’ iPad mount has been optimised for use with the Flo monitor arm but features VESA 100 holes for attachment to any suitable device. The feet and cam lock have been designed to provide minimal visual intrusion on the tablet. The cam lock also provides theft deterrence for tablets left on workstations.

Features

  • The Flo is an ultra-sleek, minimalist monitor arm which features an internal Geometric Spring System for ultimate and dynamic monitor articulation
  • Provides optimum performance with a minimum number of parts
  • Unique visual indicator gauge allows you to adjust and set the tension – speeds up the installation of multiple units
  • Enormous range of adjustability from a seated position, making it easy to use and is multi-user/ touchscreen friendly
  • Composed of 54% recycled material and is 99% recyclable
  • Arrives pre-assembled for simple installation

Specifications

  • Weight Capacity- Up to 9 kgs
  • LCD Size- Up to 24″
  • Tilt- 80 ˚ up/ down
  • Rotation- 90° for portrait / landscape viewing
  • Pan- 90 ˚ left/right
  • Lift- 341 mm
  • Arm Extension-515 mm
  • Colour- Black, Silver, White
  • Display Compatibility- VESA 75/100 mm

Mounting Options

  • Desk clamp- for desk
  • Bolt through- for desk

Accessories

  • Tablet mount

Downloads and Links:

Product Sheets: The Flo Family
White Paper: Setting up a workstation: The visual display
Gallery: HPA Installations