Chief KTA1004B or KTA1004S Array Desk Clamp Accessory

5 out of 5 (based on 1 review)
Product ID: 15846
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Chief KTA1004 Desk Clamp Accessory

Description

Chief KTA1004 is a desk clamp for installing multi-monitor systems or pole mount swing arms.

 

Technical Drawing

Technical Drawings for Chief KTA1004S Desk Clamp Accessory

 

Specifications

Color

Black, Silver

Desktop Thickness Range

0.5" - 3.25" (13 - 82mm)

Equipment Weight Capacity

40 lbs (18.1kg)

Notes

TAA Compliant

Overall Dimensions (H x W x D)

5.0" x 5.5" x 4.0" (127 x 140 x 102mm)

Shipping Weight

4.05 lbs

 

Features

  • Compatible with desks up to 3.25" (83 mm) thick
  • Use with other KTA accessories for a customized solution
  • TAA Compliant
Model KTA1004B, KTA1004S
Manufacturer Chief Mounts
Part Number KTA1004B, KTA1004S
UPC 841872115894
Color Black and Silver
Weight Capacity 40 lbs (18.1kg)
Overall Dimensions (H x W x D) 5.0" x 5.5" x 4.0" (127 x 140 x 102mm)
Shipping Weight 4.05 lbs
Desktop Thickness Range 0.5" - 3.25" (13 - 82mm)

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Chief KTA1004B or KTA1004S Array Desk Clamp Accessory

Nice, heavy clamp - works well, May 7, 2018
by G. Uy, Illinois
This clamp and the pole that compliments it are excellent. I purchased this and a 36” pole as part of a setup to stack a 34” monitor high up above my main monitor at eye level with a downward tilt - it’s done the job as beautifully as I could have hoped.

Both items were quite heavy and made of a sturdy material. The clamp has a knurled knob with a hinge that goes flat when not using it to torque it to your desk. The pole also comes with plastic channels you can clip to it to hide your cables as well - a touch I greatly appreciate.

One minor issue I ran into when installing the pole was that the bolt holding the clamp and the pole together did come a bit loose to the point where you could rotate the entire arm that was attached by spinning the pole. Was easily remedied by just taking it apart and re-tightening, but I’d consider adding some Loctite to the long bolt if the thought of that happening to you bothers you on a more permanent installation.
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