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Fellowes Platinum Series Dual Monitor Arm, For 27" Monitors, 360 deg Rotation, 45 deg Tilt, 180 deg Pan, Silver, Supports 20 lb (FEL8056501)

Part # FEL8056501

UPC 043859764228

$391.55
$251.99
EA
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Product Details

Two fully independent adjustable monitor arms with innovative gas spring technology allows for effortless monitor adjustment. Intuitive cord management system helps minimize clutter. Two 3.0 USB ports located at the base of the product make it easy to connect to your favorite devices. Easy to mount can be mounted via clamp on desks between 0.8" and 4.7" thick or grommet hole between 0.3" and 2.9". Each arm holds a monitor up to 20 lbs.

Additional Information

  • Part #: FEL8056501
  • MPN: 8056501
  • UPC: 043859764228
  • UNSPC: 43212002

  • Two fully independent adjustable monitor arms with innovative gas spring technology allows for effortless monitor adjustment.
  • Intuitive cord management system helps minimize clutter.
  • Two 3.0 USB ports located at the base of the product make it easy to connect to your favorite devices.
  • Easy to mount can be mounted via clamp on desks between 0.8" and 4.7" thick or grommet hole between 0.3" and 2.9".
  • Each arm holds a monitor up to 20 lbs.
Brand Fellowes
OEM/Compatible Compatible
Workstation Type Traditional Desk/Table
Series Name Fellowes® Platinum Series
Width (Max) 37.37"
Depth (Max) 4.5"
Height (Max) 23.25"
Monitors Accommodated 2
VESA Mount Standard VESA MIS-D
Weight Capacity 20 lb
Monitor Diagonal (Max) 27"
Color(s) Silver
Color Family Silver
Maximum Rotation (Degrees) 360°
Maximum Tilt (Degrees) 45°
Maximum Pan (Degrees) 180°
Material(s) Aluminum; Plastic
Weight (Fully Assembled) 11.25 lb
Pre-Consumer Recycled Content Percent 0%
Post-Consumer Recycled Content Percent 0%
Total Recycled Content Percent 0%
Country of Origin CN
Prop65 No
Unit of Measure EA
Last Updated 2/4/2022

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