Chief Expands Kontour Monitor Mount Series to Include Arrays -

Chief Expands Kontour Monitor Mount Series to Include Arrays

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Chief has expanded the Kontour series of monitor mounts to include array configurations, giving installers more flexibility to meet installation needs. The K3 group of mounts includes 3x1/2x1, 2x2, and 1x2 configuration options. Each comes in either free standing or grommet mounting styles. A clamp accessory provides a third choice for installers.

The K3 mounts provide aesthetic, stable solutions - perfect for offices, call centers, security desks, control rooms, healthcare, and IT settings.

The 3x1/2x1 configuration is the first on the market and comes with many features for installers, including:
• Telescoping lateral shift
• Room for three 27" monitors or two 30" monitors
• Independent height adjustable arms and center head*
• Adapts for small screens by moving heads from telescoping to main arms
• Each arm head features 12 degree Centris tilt in each direction*
• The column mounting head adjusts 10 degrees up and down*
• Array arms can be arranged flat or angled 15 degrees toward the user*
• 15 lbs (6.8 kg) weight capacity per monitor*
• Landscape and portrait orientation capable
• Integrated cable management*

* Features apply to all configurations in the K3 group

All mounts are first available in black with silver to follow soon. The 3x1/2x1 configuration includes the K3F310B desk stand and the K3G310B grommet/bolt down stand. The 2x2 configurations include the K3F220B desk stand and the K3G220B grommet/bolt down stand. The 1x2 configurations include the K3F120B desk stand and the K3G120B grommet/bolt down stand.


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The What: Chief is showing the newest Fusion fixed and tilt mounts at InfoComm Booth 3312. This new fixed and tilt mount still includes the hallmark 4 Cs of Fusion—including Centerless lateral shift, ControlZone height and roll adjustment, Centris low profile tilt and ClickConnect tool-free latching.