The table clamp is typically used for temporary installations or surfaces where any other option for mounting is not available.
The grommet base fits any 2.125 in. cable routing hole and is standard in office desks, cubicles or industrial consoles.
A pole extrusion base can be used on aluminum or track rails to mount and position video display monitors.
The MM-A1 single display articulating arm works with displays from 10" to 32".
A dual monitor mount, the MM-A2, with articulating arms and mounting heads each providing 90 degrees of omni-directional movement.
The MM-A3 triple monitor mount for displays ranging from 10" to 22".
The MM-CB2 is height adjustable and allows for lateral shift adjustments.
Premier Mounts' triple monitor curved bow arm MM-CB3 has included set screws to allow the mount to b
The MM-BH429 provides 3 triple monitor curved bow arms on a 42" tube with a grommet base. The mounting heads tilt and pivot and provide lateral shift adjustments.
Configuring the ideal multi-monitor configuration is easy. Simply choose a base for the mounting pole, the mounting arm style, and the number of mounting heads needed to support the flat-panels for installation.
Premier Mounts multi-monitor product line amount to over 50 pre-configured combinations to suit any flat-panel installation. Beginning with base styles, Premier Mounts offers three different style bases. The table clamp is typically used for temporary installations or for surfaces that do not allow another option for mount installation. The grommet base fits any standard cable routing hole (2.125 in.), common in office desks, cubicles or industrial consoles. Multi-monitor consoles can also be installed on aluminum extrusion or track rails with an extrusion track base. Next, choose one of three standard pole lengths of 15, 28 or 42 in. and either an articulating, fixed or curved bow arm style. Finally determine the number of mounting heads to attach to the arm style.