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I've read through your website that you also provide mounts for your sensors, but I haven't found specs (like maximum screen size etc.) nor product descriptions.

Could you please point me to such info ?

asked 07 Oct '14, 12:15

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For our newer TM5-Mini and VT3-Mini cameras we have a VESA bracket geared towards small portable tablet computers. It supports the 75mm and 100mm VESA spacing standards. It can be used on monitors where the distance from the top VESA mount hole and the bottom edge of the monitor is 190mm or less. Due to differences in monitor design it is hard to give a definitive screen size limit but this bracket will likely work on screens up to 20".

Most users who want to use our cameras on larger desktop screens typically use the adhesive metal strip applied to the bottom of their monitor bezel. The camera has magnets that snap it on to this adhesive strip so no tools are required.

Feel free to contact us about the specifics of your application so that we can recommend a solution that will make the most sense.

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answered 07 Oct '14, 17:05

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edited 10 Oct '14, 19:28

Pictures of the Mini Mounting Magnet Strips and Mini VESA Mounting Bracket for TM5-Mini and VT3-Mini.

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Picture of VESA Bracket for TM5-Mini and VT3-Mini Picture of Mini Mounting Strips Picture of Mini laptop stand

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answered 14 Oct '14, 17:28

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