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- Adjusts effortlessly in all directions to provide ideal monitor positioning for different tasks or users.
- Die-cast aluminum frame structure creates unmatched stability.
- Installs quickly and easily through grommets or bolt-through.
- Holds two monitors up to 30 pounds each.
- Bracket mounted arms have vertical adjustment.
- Built-in cable management.
- Environmentally-friendly: Made of 100% recycled aluminum and packaged in recycled paper products.
- Saves valuable desk space.
- Two 8" standard links for each arm.
- NOTE: "Standard Links" are a bit heavier and less elegant than the "Folding Links", which can fold one on top of the other in the retracted position. The standard links do not allow the monitor to be positioned as far back as the folding links. The folding links allow the monitor to be positioned further back, almost flush with the post.
- Non Adjustable Standard Post.
- Comes standard with both 75mm and 100mm VESA mounting brackets.
- 360° monitor rotation for portrait or landscape viewing.
- 60° range of lateral and vertical monitor tilt for additional viewing adjustability.
- Made of 100% recycled die-cast aluminum for strength and stability.
- Non-adjustable standard post supports two bracket mounted arms w/ vertical adjustment.
- Each arm is made up of two 8" links connected by an "elbow" for maximum adjustment.
- Heavy duty 2-piece clamp mount fits desks 2.5” to 3" thick.
- Bolt-Through fits desks up to 1.5" thick.
- Available Colors:
M7 Product Brochure (1.31 MB)
Desk Mount Installation Instructions (809K)
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This warranty is applicable to the initial purchaser only and is non-transferable. If products are procured through authorized Humanscale dealerships, the end-user customer must be registered with Humanscale for the warranty to be in effect. Humanscale warrants that, at the time of customer's receipt, the product will be in good working order and will be free from defects in material and workmanship. This warranty does not apply to normal wear and tear or damage caused by accident, neglect, misuse or improper installation or operation. Humanscale will not be responsible for damage due to service, maintenance, modifications or tampering by anyone other than a Humanscale authorized representative.
In the event a product is defective and Humanscale receives written notice of the defect within the warranty period, Humanscale, at its option, will either repair or replace the defective product. Humanscale, at its option, will either repair or replace the defective product. This warranty does not cover damage caused by a carrier or transportation of the product from one location to another, or alterations made by owner.
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Purchaser's remedies set forth herein are exclusive and the liability of Humanscale with respect to the breach of this agreement or any contract entered into between the parties pursuant hereto shall not exceed the price of the product or part on which such liability is based. In no event will Humanscale be liable to purchasers for any special, collateral, incidental or consequential damages however caused, whether by Humanscale's negligence or otherwise.
IMPORTANT NOTE: This versatile product line has many options, and building the perfect monitor arm system can be a daunting task! Please don't hesitate call us at 888-ERGOWARE (374-6927) for assistance.
Why does the M7 have so many options? It's hard to configure! Indeed, the M7 product line has numerous options, which makes it one of the most adjustable, stable and elegant line of flat panel monitor arms on the market. To make things simpler we have put a number of the most popular pre-configured systems on our site. Product experts will appreciate the Build-Your-Own models, which offer the versatility to design your perfect system.
What is a “link” and how does it compare to a monitor “arm”? The term link is used to refer to monitor arms that are made up with two individual sections via a joint. To understand, visualize the human arm and its elbow and the range of motion that design affords. Note that there are single arm systems as well as links of various lengths, and that there are some configuration limitations.
What is the difference between a “Folding Link” arm, and a “Standard Link” Arm? The folding link arm is more elegant and thinner than the standard link. The main difference is that the link closest to the monitor can actually be folded back over the top of the other one, which allows the monitor to be placed further back toward the pole. On the standard link arm, both links fold up against each other, so they take up a bit more room when pushed back to their limit.
In what colors are the M7 available? The M7 is currently available in black and silver in the pre-configured models. Polished aluminum is only available on the Build-Your-Own models.
How much weight do your flat panel monitor arms support? The M7 line of arms is designed to support flat panel monitors weighing 7 to 30 lbs, depending on the post style selected.
Can an M7 Monitor Arm be attached directly to a wall? The M7 can be mounted directly to a wood, metal, concrete or other highly stable wall surface using six screws. If you wish to mount the M7 directly to sheetrock, you will need to use the Universal Wall Mount for single monitors, or the Standard Wall stud for multiple monitor systems.
Can the M7 be attached directly to a slatwall? Yes, Humanscale has a Universal Slat Wall mount (S2) that supports single monitors, and works with most slatwall manufacturers.
To what degree do the flat panel monitor arms swivel? The M7 arms swivel 360 degrees around their base.
What is the maximum number of monitors that the M7 system can hold? As a desk mount the M7 post with bracket can support one row of up to three monitors. The maximum for a wall-mount is two monitors with the standard wall stud mount only.
What kinds of add-ons are available with the M7 system? The M7 series has a number of attractive and useful options such as the Front End Adjuster, which mounts behind the monitor and allows an additional 6” of vertical adjustment. Other popular options are the monitor Quick Release, Rotating Ball Joint, and a Post Stop.
What are the mounting options available? There are six mounting options available. Please refer to the Build-Your-Own model. Images and an explanation of each mounting option is available by clicking on the “M7 Mount Type” option.
What is the difference between a “Bolt-Through” mount and a “Grommet” mount? Grommet mounts are designed for desks that are pre-drilled with a hole for mounting monitor arms and cable management. No drilling required. A bolt-through is for desk up to 1.5” thick only. It uses an under surface plate and heavy duty 5/8” bolt that you have to drill through the desk for. It can be used with existing grommet holes 5/8” to 3” in diameter. This is the strongest mounting option available.
What is the difference between the “Low-Profile” clamp mount and the standard clamp mount? The low profile mount is for environments permitting minimal space for the clamp or when visual aesthetics require the clamp to be as unobtrusive as possible. (For example, facing an office entrance.) Generally speaking, we recommend going with the standard clamp mount for heavy monitors.
What post styles are available? There are twelve post styles available. Please refer to the Build-Your-Own model. Images and an explanation of each post style option is available by clicking on the “M7 Post Style” option.
Does the M7 have cable management? Yes, all M7 monitor arm systems include cable management
How quickly will the M7 monitor arm ship after I place my order? The pre-configured models ship in about XX days after receipt of the order, while the Build-Your-Own take a bit longer and ship in XX days.
MONITOR POSITION INSTRUCTIONS
The top menu bars on the screen should be positioned at or slightly below eye level. You may have to adjust your chair height slightly. TIP: If you wear bifocals you may have to lower the monitor a few inches. You may also have to lower the the monitor so that the viewing area is about 3" above eye level if you use a 20" or larger monitor.
Tilt the top of the monitor slightly away from you so that the base is slightly closer than the top. TIP: Tilting the screen back too far may cause glare from overhead lighting.
Assuming that your workspace has adequate lighting, adjust your monitor brightness so that it is about the same as the area behind it. Differences in brightness between your monitor and the surrounding area can be a source of eye fatigue and headaches.
Glare / Reflections:
Glare can cause headaches, eye strain, and fatigue. While staying within the height and tilt guidelines try to adjust your monitor to reduce glare. If you cannot accomplish a comfortable viewing screen, consider purchasing a glare screen.
As a guideline, position the monitor at arm's length. If you are near or far-sighted, position the monitor slightly closer or farther so that you can easily view the characters on the screen without having to lean forward. TIP: The monitor arm can be moved closer to you when computing and easily pushed back when more workspace is required for writing or referencing documents. This will enable both proper positioning for computing tasks and add needed desk space when the computer is not in use.
The monitor should be centered with the mid-line of your body to minimize neck and torso rotation. Center the monitor with the keyboard, so that the monitor, the keyboard and you are all in alignment. The "H" key can be used as a center point to assist in proper centering of the keyboard and monitor.
Be sure to give your eyes frequent breaks by looking at least 20 feet away. This helps relax your eye muscles and allows your eyes to re-focus.
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