Chief PFM2000 Large Confidence Monitor Cart without interface, Height Adjustment 3 to 4', Silver

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About Chief PFM2000

The Chief PFM2000 Large Confidence Monitor Cart without interface (Silver) is a lightweight collapsible cart designed to accommodate a flat-panel display. It is height-adjustable between 3 and 4', allowing you to achieve perfect viewing placement for your monitor. This unit is ideal for interactive touch screens and confidence monitors, among many other flat-panel display applications.

No tools are required to make height adjustments. Simply use the integrated knob to free or secure the telescoping pole on the stand. Dynamic placement of the stand is also enhanced by its smooth rolling casters, which allow you to move the entire unit and your display about your work area as needed. Two of the casters can be locked to ensure the cart stays securely in place once positioned. A unique angled-base design also permits you to place the cart in tight corners, further increasing placement options.

Chief PFM2000 Features

  • Centris Technology provides effortless, fingertip tilt
  • Screen angle stays set in place until you decide to re-adjust
  • Provides telescoping height adjustment without tools
  • ClickConnect Technology provides an audible click to confirm that the flat panel is locked in place
  • Offers quick connect/disconnect with no tools necessary
  • Includes integrated security with the addition of a padlock
  • Screen can be installed in portrait or landscape orientation
  • Integrated cable management with flexible covers to hide cables out of sight for a fast, clean installation
  • Lockable rear wheels provide added stability
  • Compact, angled base makes corner positioning easy
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