VESA Standard Explained: What is VESA?

VESA Standard Explained: What is VESA?

VESA Standard

VESA Mounting Guide for Monitors

VESA© defines standards for mounting interfaces on monitors and TVs. The advantages of the VESA mount standard are many: It allows low-cost installation of displays into a broad range of applications while positioning screens for increased flexibility and ergonomic benefit. Use this guide to determine your monitor’s VESA compatibility and verify it will attach to a monitor mount product.

What Is the VESA Standard?

The VESA mount standard defines dimensions of the four-hole attachment interface on the back of displays and the screws used to fit those holes. It also dictates the placement of the hole pattern on the display. For attachment to VESA mounts, ideally the hole pattern should be centered on a display’s back. A center-positioned pattern minimizes torquing forces applied to the mount, allowing it to hold a heavier load.

ULTi carries a comprehensive line of monitor mounts, which are engineered in accordance with VESA’s Flat Display Mounting Interface (FDMI) Mounting Interface Standard (MIS). When choosing a display, look for VESA compliance for ease of attachment to any ULTi monitor wall mount, desk mount or free-standing mount