Vision’s VFM-F10 floorstand has an aesthetic which leans into the user and has a sense of stability. Big wheels make it easy to move, and the geometry is designed to minimize trip hazards so the user can interact with the display as naturally as possible, while still meeting tough UL1678 tip standards.
The fine structure perfectly compliments thin touch displays. Enhance a meeting space with this attractive floorstand. Stop using paper flipcharts – start using digital flipcharts.
To get this certification the heaviest display allowable is installed, the wheels are locked, then the floor is tipped 10° in every direction; the stand mustn’t tip over. This limits to SWL of this floorstand to 45 kg (99 lb).
This stand can take all VESA sizes up to 400 x 400 mm, including less common sizes such as 350 x 350 mm.
Users can rotate freely from portrait to landscape. It uses a premium slewing ring bearing. Note: Only transport in portrait mode. Only rotate to landscape on flat ground with wheels locked. Rotation can be disabled.
Optimized for 50-55″
The shape and size is optimized for displays from 50 – 55″, including for example the Samsung Flip. Smaller displays can be fixed but the legs will be visible in portrait mode.
The display sits at a 7° angle. This reduces glare and reflection from ceiling lights, and presents a similar drawing angle to old-school flipcharts.
Medical-grade 4″ (100 mm) castors glide over any bumps, making the stand easy to pull even on deep carpet. Big wheels reduce vibration of your expensive AV equipment. All wheels are lockable.
Hide cables in the lower section of the rear legs.
Two generous hooks around the back allow cables to be stashed out of sight. Particularly useful to hang power extension cables on when you need to move it.
The rear shelf is 460 mm (18.1″) wide – big enough for a laptop and mouse. If it’s not needed just fold it up out of the way.
Media Player Fixing Points
100 x 100 mm Holes on the VESA mount accommodate a thin Media Player.
Side By Side
Some displays can be linked together to form one big display, so the F10 is designed with this in mind. The legs are not wider than the display in portrait mode so multiple displays can be parked next to each other.
Get Through Doorways
At only 652 mm (25.7″) deep this stand fits through standard doorways no problem.