Overview & Installation
Since this is not a normal product there is not that much to go over. The LCD arms themselves are quality made of aluminum alloy and steel and are quite heavy. You would want them to be as they are going to be holding up your expensive displays. On the end of each arm is a VESA mount that actually has two different size mounting points.
We received the ARM22SC which is made to go on the back or end of your desk. So the first thing you are going to want to do is find the stand and the bottom locks that secure it to your desk. These are actually in two pieces so you will need to connect them together with the larger black hex screws and included hex key. When you are done it should look like the first photo below. Then go ahead and set the stand on your desk and secure it from the bottom with the anchors.
Now take the large black pole and screw it into the stand. Attach the wire management adapter and put the two adjustment arms on, one on top of each other. Your setup should look much like the first photo below. Now take the smaller hex wrench and extremely small hex screws and screw them into the bottom of the opening in the stand. This will keep everything nice and sturdy.
Attach the two main LCD arms by simply placing them over the ends of the adjustment arms. You will notice small hex screws on many different parts of the setup, you can tighten them to lock everything into place.
Now go ahead and mount your LCD’s using the included screws. Monitors must have VESA mounting points to be able to be used with the ARM22SC. With the monitors mounted go ahead and route your cables down the arm. There are actually two sections to keep your cables nice and neat. The first one comes out pretty easily, but the second you need to remove 4 small screws from the bottom, which can be a pain.
Once you are done you are good to go and ready to use your displays. These will most definitely give you more space on your desk and you can see in the photos below. Along with holding your displays up you can easily move them from side to side, up and down and even rotate the displays 90 degrees if you were thinking about using them in portrait mode.
Jul 08, 2014 0