Chief XFA1UB X-Large Fusion - Manual Height Adjustable Floor Support Mount


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XFA1UB - Overview

This solution is especially helpful for applications where the wall structure can't carry the weight. This floor support solution incorporates rounded edges and sleek features to give the aesthetics a softer, professional feel that fits well in corporate and classroom environments. The height can be adjusted by one person via a 1/2" hex bit on a power drill without removing the screen.

  • Features:

    • Sleek look suitable for multiple environments including education, corporate and digital signage
    • Turn knob allows single user to easily adjust the screen height using a 1/2" hex drill bit to any height between 48 and 65 inches (122 - 165 cm)
    • Flexible cable covers for lay in access down either side of the column to connect to external AV equipment
    • Magnetic, removable front cover allows for easy cable routing to AV components stored inside the column
    • Includes cable wrap hardware for cable management inside and outside
    • Landscape screen orientation (portrait only if screen is at least 34" tall and has a mounting pattern 400 x 400mm or smaller)
    • Ships pre-assembled
  • Specifications:

    • Center of Display to Floor Table Range: 42 - 59.6" (1066 - 1515 mm)
    • Color: Black
    • Mounting Pattern Compatibility (Universal Versions): 200 x 200 - 800 x 400 mm
    • Number Of Monitors: 1
    • Overall Dimensions (HxWxD): 64.4 x 36.8 x 6.3" (1636 x 935 x 160 mm)
    • Solution Type: Universal
    • Typical Screen Sizes: 55 - 100"
    • Wall Stud Compatibility In: 16" (406 mm)
    • Weight Capacity: 300 lbs (136.1 kg)
    • Orientation: Landscape
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