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    Monoprice Essential Triple Monitor Articulating Arm Desk Mount
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    Model 16243 16244 16245 16246 16247 16248
    Number of Displays 1 1 1 2 3 4
    Swivel Range 180° 180° 180° 180° 180° 180°
    Tilt Range +90° / -90° +90° / -35° +90° / -90° +90° / -35° +90° / -90° +90° / -90°
    Rotation Range 360° 360° 360° 360° 360° 360°
    Minimum Display Size 10" 13" 10" 13" 10" 10"
    Maximum Display Size 30" 27" 30" 27" 30" 30"
    Minimum VESA 75 x 75 75 x 75 75 x 75 75 x 75 75 x 75 75 x 75
    Maximum VESA 100 x 100 100 x 100 100 x 100 100 x 100 100 x 100 100 x 100
    Weight Capacity 22 lbs. (10kg) 17.6 lbs. (8kg) 22 lbs. (10kg) 17.6 lbs. (8kg) 22 lbs. (10kg) 22 lbs. (10kg)
     

     
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    What is the max desk thickness that this can be used on?
    Lee P on Dec 11, 2016
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    BEST ANSWER: The widest the desk clamp can be opened to is 2.5 inches, it can also close all the way so there is no minimum thickness required.
    Do these work with the pre-existing cable holes in desks?
    Jake P on Dec 15, 2016
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    BEST ANSWER: It really depends on the size of your cable management system. The small, circular holes will be much too small for this. Some of the larger ones, with oval-shaped holes, might work if you removed the edge guard. Since the base plate is so wide, I'd say stick with using the desktop in most applications, and just place it near the desired cable management hole.
    Does this come with the screws needed to mount the monitors?
    Shuwei C on Jul 22, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Hi, yes this product comes with 12x M4 and 12x M5 screws plus corresponding washers for mounting monitors.
    Can you take the tv bracket off the center pole and mount it to a wall?
    John M on Sep 1, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: No. The bracket is designed to be mounted to the center pole; the locking ring is integral to the mount. It would have to be extensively modified (metal cutting tools) to become a wall mount.
    How far from the back of the desk is the front of the center monitor? In other words, how far out above my desk will the monitor be?
    A shopper on Apr 9, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Depends on the depth of your desk. The size of the monitor might need to be larger if your desk is over 24" deep. It also depends on your eyes and glasses if any. On my 30" deep desk and with my eyes, it would be too far away. Try setting an existing monitor as close to the back edge of your desk as you can to try it out.
    If I only used the 2 outer mounts would it look weird? I want to start with 2 monitors but have the option for the 3rd.
    Cody F on Feb 15, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: You can eliminate the gap, even on smaller monitors, but you'll pay two penalties because of how the arms fold: They will be closer to your face, and they will face inward. The smaller the monitors, the more they will face inward and the closer they will be to you before they touch. I have two outer 19" monitors and a center 22" monitor. If I remove the center monitor, the angle to make them touch at the same distance is about 110 degrees (70 degrees from flat). If I reduce the angle closer to flat, they are about 10-12 inches closer to me. So it will be a trade-off between angle and distance to find something that's comfortable to you.

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    Can this be attached to a Varidesk? (You know the stand up desks that sit on top of a normal desk)
    New User U on Jan 26, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Yes it will attach to almost any desk, but it's fairly heavy and may affect the balance of the desk in addition to the ability of the desk's spring or pneumatic extension system to hold in place. Lightweight sit-stand desks and the "temporary" low-cost models made from recycled materials would be particularly affected. Depending on the height of the sit-stand desk, the clamp and bracket that hold the monitor desk platform may prevent full collapse to seated position (the bracket extends about 6 inches below the top of the desk surface). Monoprice offers a couple of standing desk mounts that would probably be more suitable for smaller and lighter sit-stand desks, but they won't be as stable during desk movement.
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    whats the max angle i can get with 3x30 in monitors?
    A shopper on Jan 8, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: There are two ways to adjust the angle: The monitors are mounted on pivoting mounts, and the arms that extend outward can pitch. At 30 inches, you're at about the limit of the design's reach. I have a 22" and 2 x 19" monitors, and I could probably get a little more than the 20-ish degrees I have if I played with the setup a bit, but not much more. With 3 x 30", the two outer monitors will still be almost flat before there's overlap. You'll be working almost entirely with the mounting pivots, and they don't turn inward very extensively.
    How tall can it stand? (Distance from table to the mount)
    A shopper on Jun 22, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: 16 inches is the highest point to the center of the arm from a table top. So if yo have a monitor that is 12 inches vertical it would place the top of the monitor at 22 inches from the top and 10 inches off the top at the bottom edge of the monitor
    Is it possible to use this mount and have one of the 3 monitors facing the opposite direction? As in, at my office desk I want a 2 monitor setup for myself and then the 3rd monitor facing out to where clients sitting across from me could view things I put on the screen for them
    A shopper on Jan 30, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: It should work, but the clamp and some wiring would be on the customer side, so you might have to rig some shielding to hide that.
    Can you tell me how much the L-shaped bracket on the table clamp hangs below the table? I want to put this on an adjustable workstand and I want to make sure the clamp doesn't interfere with the workstand's frame.
    Robert M on Nov 30, 2016
    BEST ANSWER: the distance from the table top where bracket rests to the lowest point is 5.5 inches. this is mounted to a table top 1 inch thick. so it is 4.5 inches below that bottom side. You could also cut the bracket bottom and gain a little distance back.
    Can this mount fit a 34 inch 21:9 and 2 27 inch 16:9 monitors?
    A shopper on Dec 8, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Hi, yes that setup should work. The distance between the center of the outer VESA mounts to the center of the middle one is around 25" inches, so the monitors should fit. Thanks for checking.
    What is the diameter of the upright pole? It looks larger than most I see so my thought was 2", can anybody give me an accurate tape measurement?
    A shopper on Aug 9, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Hi, the pole's outer diameter is 48mm or around 1.9 inches. Thanks for checking.
    What is the max weight this can handle with three monitors. In the description it says each monitor can be 22lbs while graphics in the description says Max 22lbs. Is this truely 22lbs per monitor or all monitors together totalling 22lbs (which will be hard to meet with three monitors)?
    A shopper on Jul 26, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Hi, the 22lb limit is for each monitor.
    Is this compatible with the other arms like the quad pyramid? For example can I take the single monitor mount from the pyramid and put it on this one (And remove the center on this arm, as I am thinking of mounting the center monitor vertical so I would wanted it mounted at a different height from the other two)? Then interchange the base and clamp style mounts depending on my needs?
    New User U on Jul 8, 2018
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    3.5 / 5.0
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    Great solid product once set up but can turn into an nightmare during the installation. Lacks guidelines.
    You should read this if you want to turn the installation experience into a breeze. Things you should know:

    1. Side mounts will come up-side down out-of-the box. Make sure the little "U" valleys are pointing up on all three monitor mounts. The securing bolts should be facing up too.

    2. The monitor mount consists of the mount base and the adapter plate that slides on the mount base. Don't try to mount the adapter plate to the monitor first and then slide it onto the mount base, especially those with VESA 75mm X 75mm monitors. The bolts used to attach the monitor will stick out on the adapter and you won't be able to slide the adapter plate into the mount base.

    3. The adapter works for both VESA 100mm and 75mm and the product comes with 2 bolt sizes respectively. The spacer washers, however, are for VESA 100mm bolds only. You will need the washers if the monitor holes aren't too deep. Those with VESA 75mm be prepared to buy at least 12 plastic/metal washers.

    4. As mentioned above, the adapter plate (that mounts onto the monitor) slides over the mount base (at the end of each arm) and then is secured vertically with 2 bolts. The holes on the mount base are threaded; by screwing the bolts in more or less you can control the height position of the adapter in relation to the mount base and therefore fine tune the height of the monitors in relation to the central monitor (that you can't move up/down).

    5. DO NOT try to fine tune or align the height of the side mounts while the arms aren't under load. Install the monitors first then do the adjustments.

    6. You will notice that the adapter bolts have locknuts that aren't tight (5-10 mm to go, each bolt differently). Before you do any mounting my advice is to tighten them until you leave 0.5-1 mm space so the bolts can still rotate freely. Otherwise your adapters will dangle and your side monitors won't be secured tight and will move freely vertically.
    January 8, 2017
    Purchased
    1 year ago
    Don't Believe Their Lies!
    This mount can NOT handle 22lb monitors. It can't even handle my 16lb monitors. The side arms sag badly. I tried to use this with 3 27" monitors and it is not wide enough to get a good functional layout and the monitors on the side sagged down so that they didn't even line up. Stay away, stay far away if you are thinking about using this on larger monitors. This is a lot of money for something that doesn't work as advertised.
    January 20, 2017
    Purchased
    1 year ago
    You can't find a better stand at triple the price!
    This is an impressively strong monitor arm. Tubular steel with heavy duty hardware makes this plenty strong to hold my three 28 monitors with zero away. I couldn't buy the raw steel for the price of the stand! I researched many stands that many times more expensive than this stand and couldn't be happier with my decision.

    The only thing I warn, as a few others have before, is they ship with the arm mounts upside down. Make sure they are rotated so the adjustment screws are facing up before you mount the outer monitors. But it's a simple fix so no reason to take a star for such a great deal. You won't go wrong with this for sure.
    July 31, 2017
    Purchased
    1 year ago
    Another use for this triple mount
    I use it as a dual mount and then I attached a deskphone to the center mount, to make more desk room. That works for me brilliantly
    March 11, 2018
    For the money, is the best option for triple monitor mount.
    The old saying you get what you pay for comes to mind. The build quality seems to be up to par but when the monitors were put on the left arm sags just enough to notice. The monitor now has a 2-3 degree angle to it. As well as the side mounts are upside down from the factory. Not sure why this was but it was just annoying enough.

    Also one thing that should probably be mentioned in the description is that if you want to fit 27-30 inch monitors know that you are not going to get much angel. I have 27 inch Asus and I get about 20-30 degrees of angle. I imagine 30 inch monitors would have to be straight across.

    This mount was to complete a racing simulator on a budget. And know that is exactly what you are going to get.
    February 7, 2017
    Purchased
    1 year ago
    Excellent!
    Works great, super sturdy. Make sure you have a proper desk for supporting a good deal of weight. If you have a cheaper Ikea or Walmart desk - you'll want to support the stand with a small wooden board.
    March 25, 2018
    Purchased
    6 months ago
    good for what you pay
    works as described. Screws need to be very tight to keep monitors from tilting down..
    September 13, 2017
    Purchased
    1 year ago
    I'm Pleased
    I'm pleased with the product. It's feels solid and sturdy. I'm not worried about my monitors and laptop. It was also easy to install.

    I'm tall (6'2") so I wish there was a similar product for the same price that was taller by about 6 inches, but the height matches the specs listed on the site and I knew what was purchasing. Obviously, this isn't a fault in the product or the specs, just a change I wish I could make.
    August 31, 2017
    Purchased
    1 year ago
    Two monitors on a triple mount.
    I had to buy a new desk, because the plastic table I was using was not sturdy enough for the clamp. With new desk in place, it mounted easily and firmly. Mounting my 24" TV,with 100mm VESA mount, went just fine, following the instructions. My 21.5" monitor had 75mm mounting holes. I had to turn the mounting plate upside down to make it fit. Then the hight was off, so I turned the monitor upside down, which worked fine. Flipping the picture was not a problem. So, now, the mounting plate is right side up and the the monitor looks fine, except for the brand name being upside down at the top. The middle mount is not used, but a double arm version would not be wide enough. It works just as I had hoped.
    August 5, 2017
    Purchased
    1 year ago
    Good product, especially for the price
    It's not perfect, but at this price point, what is?

    Overall, it does what I need. I have three monitors, they are spaced evenly and line-up horizontally, and I can adjust them horizontally, backward and forward, and angle them as needed, for the most part.

    It's a little cumbersome to mount the outer monitors and make adjustments, but these are minor inconveniences. I have an HDMI with large ferrite core and a DVI cable inserted in the pole, and I'd put my VGA cable through it if I hadn't zip-tied it to all my USB cables long ago.

    I do wish the pole was about 5-6 inches (127-152mm) longer, however, so that I could fit my laptop's open monitor underneath and have four screens. Ah, well. Still better than jury-rigging my laptop to sit between the two outer screens, as I had setup before.
    March 29, 2017
    Purchased
    1 year ago

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