VESA is short for Video Electronic
a consortium of video adapter and monitor
manufacturers founded in 1989, whose goal is to
standardize video protocols.
The VESA Standard defines mounting interfaces, hole
patterns and associated cable/power supply locations for
LCD/TFT monitors, plasma displays and other flat panel
monitor arms are designed to fit this
standard, to make monitor attachment quick and easy.
The most common interface for VESA compliant
monitors are those equipped with either a 100mm x
100mm or a 75mm x 75mm mounting hole pattern. Our
arms attach to both standards with ease.
Plasma and other large screens may be designed to the
newer 200mm x 100mm or 200mm x 200mm configuration, or
the large 400mm x 600mm. Some of our solutions are also
suitable for these.
should be 4 screw-holes in a square pattern, 4mm in
diameter, usually located in the centre or towards the
bottom of any monitor.
Fortunately most models from most manufacturers are
now made to this standard. The holes may be
recessed (and therefore a universal 75mm/100mm fitting
will not be suitable for a 75mm VESA
monitor), or may be hidden by the original monitor stand
- removable unless there are associated electronics in
Finding a suitable mount for your requirements should
be a straightforward process in most instances.