What is VESA Mounting?


What is VESA Mounting?

VESA stands for the Video Electronics Standards Association, the group who created the system used to categorize display panel mounting options. The mounting standard set forth by the Video Electronics Standards Association, known as the Mounting Interface Standard (MIS), is used to indicate the ways in which monitors, TVs, panel PCs and other similar devices can be mounted.


What are the Different VESA Options?

The most common VESA standards are MIS-D 75 and MIS-D 100, used for screens weighing 30 pounds or less. In this arrangement the screws for mounting the screen are arranged in a square measuring 75 x 75 mm or 100 x 100 mm respectively.


What VESA Standards Does OnLogic Use?

The majority of our embedded PCs are compatible with VESA mounting, most commonly VESA 75. All Cincoze Crystal Series Panel PCs are MIS-D 75/100 compatible, allowing for a great deal of flexibility in mounting the systems to wall brackets or articulating arms.


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