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wall-mounted laptop support arm / medical / articulated
MD12-WMD-LTU-MW

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  • Wall-mounted laptop support arm
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Characteristics

  • Configuration:

    wall-mounted

  • Applications:

    medical

  • Other characteristics:

    articulated

Description

With your Laptop Tray mounted to the MD12 extension arm, you can move your laptop computer exactly where you want it.

Effortlessly raise and lower the arm.
Swivel the laptop tray and rotate the arm at the wall mount.
Slim design fits comfortably in tight spaces.
When not in use, flip the laptop tray up and stow the unit.

The MD12 Arm rotates 180° at the wall and raises and lowers 17″ (43.18 cm). It stows compactly 4.5″ (11.4 cm) from the wall. The laptop tray swivels independently from the arm.
The arm is built with aircraft-quality aluminum and heavy-duty internal components for strength, durability and light weight. This unit has an attractive, lasting finish. Hand assembly ensures that a quality product is shipped to you.

Laptop tray is also available on the MD18 arm for longer reach.

Finish: - Powder coated gloss white*
Weight capacity: - 29 lbs (13 kg)
Maximum reach: - 35″ (90 cm)
Arm swivel at mount: - 180°
Laptop tray swivel: - 180°
Vertical arm movement: - 17″ (43 cm)
Laptop tray size: - 16.4″ x 13.8″ (41.6 cm x 35 cm)
Mounting surface: - Wall
Stowed profile: - 4.5″ (11.4 cm) from wall

Ergonomic. Space-Saving. Versatile. Strong.
• Ergonomic. Relieve eye, neck and back strain by
easily moving arm to the most comfortable position.
Keyboard adjusts to positive, neutral, and negative
tilt for maximum ergonomic benefit.
•SPACE-SAVING. The arm's slim design fits comfortably
in tight spaces. When not in use, you can easily flip
the keyboard tray up and stow the unit.
• Monitor rotates for portrait viewing of images
and pages. Eliminates scrolling.
• Extends and retracts. Effortlessly push your
display out of the way when it's not in use.