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    With the newly designed Steltronic triple monitor frame kit, you can mount just about any monitor from 32 inch to 65 inch (for dual (2) lane monitors), and up to three (3) each 50 inch monitors if you want to hang triple monitors for a pair of bowling lanes in your entertainment center for automatic scoring. The newly designed Steltronic monitor bracket is a two piece system, with the “add-on” bracket to support triple monitors, it slides into place making it shipping friendly and easy to install.

    Now weighing in much less than our previous 2003-2018 version, this monitor frame assembly is strong enough to hold your monitors of choice. With universal mounting holes to adapt to your existing cables/chains from the ceiling, you’ll find this monitor frame system is the best in its class you’ll find in the market. With adjustable “tilt” brackets, you can find the perfect adjustment for monitors based on the height of your ceilings.

    LCD/LED monitors that have a 100 X 100 minimum and up to a maximum of 400 X 400 VESA mount system are supported. For monitors that have a larger than 400 X 400 VESA bolt pattern, custom adapter plates can be ordered from your Steltronic distributor.
    Steltronic's newly designed monitor frame kit is now lighter, yet strong enough to hold three 50 inch monitors to enjoy the 3-D Steltronic Vision graphics.
    Jim Osdale
    Steltronic USA

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