Ergotron LX Dual Desk Mount Side-by-Side Arm (Polished Aluminum)

BH #ER45245026 • MFR #45-245-026
Ergotron
Key Features
  • Supports Dual Monitor Configuration
  • Position Displays for Ergonomic Comfort
  • Constant Force Technology
  • Cable Management Feature
Easily mount two monitors to your desk using the polished aluminum LX Dual Desk Mount Side-by-Side Arm from Ergotron. Once installed, patented Constant Force lift-and-pivot motion technology makes it easy to manipulate the displays to ensure maximum viewing comfort. The mount is designed to accommodate displays up to 27", weighing from 7 to 20 pounds, and allows them to be lifted up to 13", tilted up to 75°, panned and rotated up to 360°, and extended up to 25".
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How wide can the arms extend to the sides. I'm trying to mount the monitors so they flank the side of a 27 in iMac? Thanks
Asked by: Anonymous
25 from the center on each side.
Answered by: Mark S.
Date published: 2018-08-26

What is the max size of the C-clamp? / How thick ...

What is the max size of the C-clamp? / How thick of a desk will this fit to?
Asked by: Storyline
This should work. My desk is 3/4 in. thick.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2020-02-07

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Would this work for iMac pro?
Asked by: Anonymous
The only way to use the iMac Pro with a wall or desk mount is with this adapter:Apple Vesa Mount Adapter Kit for iMac Pro (Space Gray) - B&H # APMR3C2ZMA
Answered by: Mark S.
Date published: 2018-12-18

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I want to get this LX Dual Side by Side Arm for 2 Eizo 24 monitors.It seems to be good height. I am more worried about extension. I have a diagonal/radius corner desk, with my main monitor in front of the corner (so plenty of room behind monitor). My secondary monitor is angled to the first on a part of work surface which is only 24 deep. I don't want the monitor too far forward on that surface - about 13 from front of desk is good. Seems that is possible and one just has to play with placement of the grommet mount to get the most flexibility. Do you agree?
Asked by: Barbara
I concur.
Answered by: Mark S.
Date published: 2018-08-26

I have 2 LG UltraFine 27MD5KL-B 27" 16:9 5K IPS ...

I have 2 LG UltraFine 27MD5KL-B 27" 16:9 5K IPS Monitors that I want to mount to this arm. Can interface these monitors to this arm without additional accessories or do I need to get something to connect these to this arm?
Asked by: Rich
The system works great, just think what your doing before you do it.. The monitors are heavy so you have to set the tention on the arms before you put the monitors on them.Light enough to support the monitors, but easy enough to move the arms to mount them.. The monitor brackets are lined up with four thumb screws, just stand-up the monitor to do this. Then make the tension stronger so the monitor won't fall over. Adjusting the tention takes playing with to make it right. If your monitors are to heavy to handle, get some help holding them up. These arms are in a lot of the stores around here. Just take your time doing this...
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-10-07

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If I add 2 of these extensions: Ergotron LX 9 Extension Arm for LX-Series Mount: would I be able to mount the 2 Acer 38 Displays that I just gota so from B&H? :)
Asked by: Geoff T.
No, the largest flat screen you should ever mount to this dual mount application is two 26 flat screens--anything larger and the arm won't hold the load.
Answered by: Craig D.
Date published: 2018-08-26

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I can't understand the decription. But if I have two 27 monitors, will this fit?
Asked by: Jerry Y.
I have two Dell Professional P2714H ? 27 Monitors on mine and it works well.
Answered by: Karl B.
Date published: 2018-08-26

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I would use this mount on a standing desk, but my concern is that it needs a good amount of clearance behind the desk for the arms. I only have about 3 between my desk and the wall. Would it be able to fit in that space without the monitors being too close to the front of the desk? Thanks.
Asked by: Anonymous
I have a free standing desk and when the monitors are pushed all the way back they extend about 10 past the back of my desk. Where mine are at usually they are less than 7 . With that being said, if there was a wall behind my desk the arms articulate plenty and still allow a lot of flexibility. You could also only use 1 set of arms to reduce the range and not have the arms protrude beyond the back of the desk.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2018-10-24
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