Research shows that people can get more work done if they have more screen area available, and using multiple monitors is a simple way to double or triple your workspace. However, most people don’t have enough space on their desk for three monitors. We have a solution. Put all three of your monitors on one arm. Once you get accustomed to having more than one monitor, you will never want to go back.
Emcor has a variety of triple arm monitor mounts available. The triple arm monitor mounts allow for three monitors to be mounted on one pole. These monitor arms have bases specifically designed so they can be used with the FP1 and FP2 console product lines.
Each arm can hold up to 20 lbs. and comes with two VESA mounting plates sized 75 mm and 100 mm, and will accommodate most monitors.
Click the tabs below to learn more about the arm styles and mount styles available with the triple arm monitor mounts.
Straight Link Style:
Straight link style triple monitor arms allow the user to work in a healthy posture by setting the monitor at an optimal distance. Collaboration is made easier through effortless screen sharing, and increase desk space. Its cable management and minimal design enhance the look of any workstation. 18″ pole is included with the arm.
*Allows for horizontal monitor movement only.
Dynamic Link Style:
Dynamic style triple monitor arms offer the same features as straight link arms, but with the addition of the ability to move the monitor vertically on the dynamic portion of the arm via the use of extension spring technology. No gas cylinders to deal with. 18″ pole is included with the arm.
*Allows for both horizontal and vertical monitor adjustment improving work space ergonomics.
Use this style base with the triple monitor arm on the FP1 console.
When ordering the console tell us which position you require the monitor arms and we will pre-drill the grommet hole in the top cap to accommodate the mounting base and cables.
Slat Wall Style:
Use this style base with the triple monitor arm on the FP2 console.
Easily adjust the position of the monitor arms by loosening the knobs on the base and sliding the mount along the hidden slat wall on the back of the console.