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Manufacturer Part Code: VFM-FM
Order Code: BRVIS-VFMFM
Category: Monitor Floor Stands
VISION MOTORISED INTERACTIVE FLAT-PANEL FLOOR STAND Fixes to wall but transfers weight to floor. Uses a quality Linak motor which gives 500mm of travel. Fits any flat-panel screen with a VESA pattern of up to 800 wide x 400 tall (or add Vision
The Vision Flat-Panel Mount Floor (VFM-F) range has the greatest adjustability of any mount available. It accepts almost any size of display – interactive or not. The H-frame provides incredible strength, flexibility, and stability. The cover and shelf shown in the images are optional extras.
Lifts 130kg (287 lbs)
The heaviest interactive flat panel is the 84? Microsoft Surface Hub which weighs almost 130kg. During repetition testing only Linak's motor was still working after one week. Linak are the gold-standard in linear-drive motors and have worked with Vision to customize a motor just for this mount.
800 x 600 VESA
Fits any displays with mounting points 800 mm (31.5?) wide x 600 mm (23.6?) tall. The flat panel mount has locking screws which prevent lifting.
1200mm overall height adjustment
As well as the 500mm (20?) of motorised movement, the outer legs fix to the H-frame with 700mm (28?) of range to provide levelling and height adjustment. That means up to 1200mm (47?) of range! At it's lowest setting it can almost touch the floor. At it's highest setting the display can be around 2500mm (98?) high.
The legs are 750mm (30?) wide to create a stable platform. This width reduces wobble and eliminates jacking (shuddering) as the display travels up due to uneven weight distribution.
A simple cable remote control sticks to the side- at the top of the flat panel out of reach
4 x Wall Anchors
The H-Frame – which is 133mm (5.2?) deep overall – can be fixed directly to the wall or the wall anchors can stand it off from the wall up to 150mm (5.9?) to allows dado rail to pass behind. The wall anchors can be positioned literally at any point behind the H-Frame.
A safety switch fixes to the top-rear of the display and stops the motor if the moving assembly hits the ceiling. It can also be fixed to the bottom of the display to stop descent.
The wall anchor sub-frame has slots to easily cable-tie power distribution blocks and cables at rear.