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We want to clear up the main technical doubts that may arise regarding the assembly of our products and the necessary steps required to assemble them.
At Emuca we have two models of Circum cable grommets, a 60mm diameter and an 80 mm diameter. For large plugs it is advisable to use the Circum cable grommet with an 80 mm diameter.
The motorised Lift Vision television stand needs a minimum of 5 kg to function. If you want to test out its functioning without any television secured to it, then it is possible that it will carry out the raising motion but not the lowering movement. You can resolve that by simply placing the television or an equivalent weight on it.
The size of television sets or monitors is linked to the measurements of the VESA stands. This measurement is the distance that exists when you measure between the screw holes for assembly.
The motorised Lift Vision television stand is compatible with telelvisions or monitors with the following VESA measurements between holes: 200 x 100, 200 x 200, 300 x 300, 400 x 200, 400 x 400, 600 x 400 mm, and other measurements such as 400 x 100, 600 x 100, and 600 x 200 mm.
In the following table you can find a list with the equivalents that will allow you to have a more approximate idea of the stand that you need.
The majority of televisions or monitors are compatible with VESA stands. You can check that in the back part of the device there is a square or rectangle comprised of holes for assembly with screws. If that is the case, the television or monitor is compatible with VESA stands.
The Quadrum cable grommet makes it possible to pass through cables of any thickness and hide their connections easily, enabling access to them at all times thanking to its folding cover and its black plastic filaments.
It is designed to be embedded into a worktop or a table with prior machining of 147 x 68 mm for the model code. 5010062 and 257 x 68 mm machining for the model code. 50124. It is fastened via clipping and can be mounted on very thick surfaces.
There are two options:
- Without using the rubber trim: remove the cover and the rubber trim, pass the cable through the through-hole and place the cover on again but without the rubber trim.
- Using the rubber trim: it is possible to make a small cut to the rubber with a cutter, in a way that makes it possible to insert the cable and thus be able to keep the rubber mounted on the cable grommet. (Recommended).
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