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The RAM-VB-TNT45 Tilt-N-Turn 45 degree Motion Attachment is a steel plate swing arm connector with a tilt range of 45 degree forward and back from the vertical position. The small range of tilt is designed to angle a connected RAM laptop cradle forward giving you a comfortable typing and viewing angle.
Once the RAM-VB-TNT45 attachment is connected to the RAM-VB-109-3 Swing Arm Extension, the Tilt-N-Turn plate can spin in 360 degrees around on the swing arm end with the use of a socket tool (not included), and with a twist of the side lock knob, the attachment will tilt forward and back.
RAM-VB-TNT45 Manufacturer's Description:While ball and socket mounts are what made RAM famous, offering customers versatile choices is what RAM is truly all about. Swing arm systems are an integral part of many RAM kits and building on their functionality and performance is taken very seriously. These two new models of Tilt-and-Turn bracket systems, Tilt-and-Turn 45 degree and Tilt-and-Turn 90 degree, open up many new possibilities, all with the goal of making your work stations more comfortable and efficient. Able to support heavy electronics or docks, both components and complete kits are designed for rugged use.
Knowing that this product has countless applications, numerous hole patterns are built right in making the Tilt-N-Turn exceptionally versatile. The AMPS, 90 degree AMPS, 75 x 75MM VESA, 2" x 4", and RAM's own three hole at 120 degrees take the guess work out of whether this product will work for you. Whether you have and existing RAM system and want to integrate this product, or simply need the best mounting system available, consider RAM and yet another ergonomic product; this time with the Tilt-and-Turn feature.
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