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VST-D-Series

Made in Germany

For a display up to 86″ max.

For room corners and open spaces

Integrated cable management

Load capacity up to max. 130 kg

For two displays with max. 55″/65″

50 cm height-adjustable by grid, manual or motor-driven

Optically individually adaptable

Version

The VST-D series can be placed in room corners or in the middle of open spaces. The display holders can be integrated into any room concept thanks to the colour design options of the column and the base plate / foot.

The VST-D is ideal so that you can move almost all display sizes by grid, manual or motor 50 cm in height. Whether for one display up to 86″ or for two displays with max. 55″/65″.

Version

The VST-D series can be placed in room corners or in the middle of open spaces. Whether for one display up to 86″ or for two displays with max. 55″/65″. The VST-D display stands can be integrated into any room concept thanks to the colour design options of the column and the base plate/foot. Ideal, so that you can move almost all display sizes by grid, manual or motor 50 cm in height.

Material

If you want to use the display stand for an already furnished room, you have the possibility to customise the column, the bottom panel and the accessories according to RAL Classic. In the HKS standard version the column is coated in RAL 9005 Deep Black (fine structure) and the bottom panel in RAL 9007 Grey Aluminium. The side profiles are made of aluminium anodised. Special lacquering is of course possible, please contact us!

Accessories

In order to guarantee you the optimal comfort, a laptop rack and a camera rack can also be ordered. The VST-D series in our standard version is equipped with 4 smooth-running castors, 2 of which are lockable. Optionally, you can exchange these for adjustable feet to compensate for any unevenness.

In this case, the base plate is delivered without base plate. Optionally, the LCD/W universal mount VESA 100×100 – 1,250×600 with a max. load of 130 kg can be purchased for the VST-D 130 Touch (e.g. for a Microsoft Surface Hub 84″).

Our VST-D’s with a max. load of 120/130 kg are suitable for mounting 2 displays with max. 55″ or 65″. You can simply order the matching holder.

Accessories

In order to guarantee you the optimal comfort, a laptop rack and a camera rack can also be ordered. The VST-D series in our standard version is equipped with 4 smooth-running castors, 2 of which are lockable. Optionally, you can exchange these for adjustable feet to compensate for any unevenness.

In this case, the base plate is delivered without base plate. Optionally, the LCD/W universal mount VESA 100×100 – 1,250×600 with a max. load of 130 kg can be purchased for the VST-D 130 Touch (e.g. for a Microsoft Surface Hub 84″).

Our VST-D’s with a max. load of 120/130 kg are suitable for mounting 2 displays with max. 55″ or 65″. You can simply order the matching holder.

Technical Details

The decision as to whether the display should be height-adjustable by grid, manual or motor 50 cm is up to you. We will be happy to help you make the right choice.

In the version with grid, the display can be mounted in 5 positions. The VST-D manual, on the other hand, enables you to adjust the display continuously. The height of the display can be fine-adjusted with an Allen key using the spindle adjustment. The motorised version guarantees stepless adjustment of your display up to a maximum load of 130 kg.

The ball-bearing carriage ensures very smooth running, as it is guided between 2 aluminium profiles. All our motorised display stands are equipped with an on/off switch. This is attached to the LCD holder and is located discreetly directly below your display.

In order to guarantee you an immaculate view, the system’s own cable management takes place inside the column. The cable outlets are located in the base plate and in the lower area of the removable rear panel. There is also an integrated holder for a Mini-PC (additional device).

Ventilation slots are located both at the top and at the bottom of the column.

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