Move Your Flat-Panel Display or Interactive Whiteboard Wherever Your Audience Is
This rugged rolling TV cart combines a height-adjustable display mount with the convenience of a mobile cart. This DMCS60105XXDD lets you deliver your message to conference rooms, classrooms, lobbies, lecture halls, hospitals and anywhere else requiring flexibility in a screen's location. Mount your flat-panel television, whiteboard or touchscreen monitor to this mobile cart, and then roll it safely and smoothly from room to room. The scratch-resistant powder-coated finish tolerates frequent handling and blends easily into any décor.
Raise and Lower the Screen to Find the Most Comfortable Viewing Angle
The height-adjustable TV floor stand fits most flat-panel displays, whiteboards and monitors from 60 to 105 inches. Its durable steel frame withstands the stress of repeated adjustments and supports up to 330 pounds. You can raise or lower the height of the display from 66.8 to 72.6 inches above the floor.
Rolls Easily from Place to Place on Sturdy Locking Metal Casters
The DMCS60105XXDD rolls almost effortlessly to the proper viewing location and angle on sturdy swivel casters with rubber wheels that move smoothly in any direction through doorways, over thresholds and even on carpet. The casters lock into place to keep the stand securely in position while at rest.
Conveniently Place Peripherals and Manage Cables
Two durable shelves hold audio/video and other components, such as computers, UPS systems, printers, projectors, webcams and Blu-ray players. Each shelf supports up to 44 pounds.
VESA-Compliant Mounting Ensures Display Compatibility
VESA (Video Electronics Standards Association) promotes uniformity in the video electronics industry by developing standards for TVs and monitors. For hassle-free display compatibility, this mount supports the following VESA mounting hole patterns: 200 x 200, 300 x 200, 300 x 300, 400 x 200, 400 x 300, 400 x 400, 600 x 400, 800 x 400, 800 x 600, 900 x 600 and 1000 x 600. Mounting hardware is included.