ABL Sigma Single Spring Assisted Monitor Arm

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ABL Sigma Single Spring Assisted Monitor Arm
ABL Sigma Single Spring Assisted Monitor Arm

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ABL
  • Stable spring assist adjustable monitor arm
  • Quick release and easy set up
  • White or black finish
  • 1 year warranty

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Part Code: LDT20-CO12

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Product overview

Sigma Single Spring Assisted Monitor Arm

ABL’s new flat screen monitor arm Sigma is a quick to assemble and easy to use monitor arm facilitating the needs of single or double monitors. The effortless design allows the installer to fit the arm in minutes and the rotation/ swivel features makes it easy to meet the needs of the end user, as they can place the screen at the correct height to avoid neck and back tension. Sigma is available in white and black and equipped with white or black inserts.

  • Supports up to 8kg in weight each arm
  • Available in White or Black
  • Available as a single or twin arm
  • Equipped with both Top Fix and Through Desk Clamps
  • Screen size (Single only) 17″ – 32″
  • Fits desk thickness 10-50mm
  • Quick release Vesa plate 

Technical specifications

AssemblySelf-Assembly
BrandABL
Cable ManagementYes
ComplianceBS 5733 and BS 6396
Fixing Plate75/100mm VESA Mount
Max Weight8kg
Quick Release Height AdjustmentYes

Product downloads

FSA Instructions

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FSA Size Sheet

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FSA Technical Drawing

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