Technology | June 29, 2006

The HD Dual Combo arm provides a stable platform for mounting two liquid crystal display (LCD) monitors and a keyboard on a single arm and is counterbalanced for feather-light adjustment. The arm is ideal for any application requiring multimonitor mounting and can be mounted to any vertical or horizontal surface, providing quick access to patient data.
Vertical adjustment range of 15 inches accommodates 95 percent of the population for sit or stand applications. It maintains the relative position of screen(s) and keyboard throughout its full range of motion. Other features include an integrated handle designed for easy arm adjustment, keyboard and monitors that fold against the wall to save space and an optional 18-inch extension for additional reach.

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