What is VESA?
The word VESA is an acronym and means “Video Electronics Standards Association”. Its name stands for an organization with the same name. This organization sets the standards for wall-, ceiling- and also display mountings.
How can I measure the VESA standard?
Which VESA standard you need can be found out very easily by measuring both horizontal and vertical distances between the screw centers at the back of the display (or PC).
Which VESA standards are there?
VESA sets three standards, because many displays and PCs have the same standardized measurements.
• VESA MIS-D
75x75 or 100x100 mm
24-inch screen minimum
• VESA MIS-E
200x100 and/or 200x200 mm
• VESA MIS-F
400x200 mm; 400x400 mm; 600x200 mm; 600x400 mm; 800x400 mm
31-inch screen minimum
Which spo-books are VESA compatible?
• spo-book ELIX H81
• spo-book BOX N2930
• spo-book CORE
• spo-book MOVE N3160
• spo-book RUGGED HM87
• spo-book WINDBOX II Quad
• spo-book WINDBOX III Advanced
• spo-book NANO H110
• spo-book BRICK J1900
• spo-book BRICK i3
• spo-book KUMO IV
Do you have any questions about the VESA mounting or our spo-books? Our support team will be glad to help you!