Wyse Universal VESA Mount
Installation Instructions
The bracket enables a thin client having the VESA mounting pattern to be mounted on a
wall or on most VESA compliant mounting surfaces and monitors. Both VESA 75 mm and
100 mm mounting patterns are supported. The mounting bracket consists of two (2)
identical pieces. One piece attaches to the mounting surface with user-provided hardware
that can withstand a force of 35 pounds, and the other piece attaches to the thin client.
After the bracket pieces are joined with four (4) thumb screws, the thin client is in an
upright position. Cables can be attached at any convenient time, as long as the power is
Wyse models that use the Wyse Universal VESA Mount bracket:
Wyse does not recommend mounting Models Rx0L, Rx0LE, or Zx0 on a
When determining location, take into account the cable lengths of the
monitor, keyboard, mouse, power supply, and peripherals.
Mount the thin client only as indicated; improper orientation (where the back
panel or front panel is facing down) could inhibit the dissipation of heat from
the device and damage it.
Leave at least 12.5 mm between the ventilation holes of the thin client and
any solid surface. An enclosed area must have a minimum of 150 square cm
of venting for above and below the thin client (a total minimum of 300 square
cm) to maintain proper ventilation of the thin client.
Use the following instructions to mount the thin client (the Rx90L product is shown):
1. Remove the four (4) filler screws from the thin client for use in step 2.
2. Position one bracket piece on the thin client as shown to match a set of mounting
holes. Both VESA 75 mm and 100 mm mounting patterns are supported. The bracket
should be placed with the turned edge on top (pointing downward). Secure with the
four filler screws from step 1 (do not overtighten).
3. Place the power supply on the bracket that is attached to the thin client, with the AC
power cord facing toward the front of the thin client and DC cord facing the back panel
4. Attach the second bracket piece to the mounting surface (a swing arm mount is
shown). The mounting surface can have either the VESA 75 mm or 100 mm mounting
pattern. If the mounting surface is a pole, stud, or beam, use the center vertical or
horizontal mounting holes. The bracket should be placed with the slotted end on top
and with the turned edge at the bottom (pointed upward). Secure the bracket with
proper user-provided hardware that can withstand a force of 35 pounds.
If installing on a hollow wall, any standard anchoring method may be used,
such as screws, butterfly anchors, or expansion bolts.
5. Face the thin client’s bracket toward the mounted bracket. Hold the thin client a little
higher than the mounted bracket, and then slide it downward to have the bracket’s
turned edges drop into slots at both top and bottom.
6. Line up the screws holes of the bracket pieces (two on top and two on bottom) and
secured with four (4) four thumb screws provided (do not overtighten).
7. Use tie wrap to secure the power cord and DC cord at any of the small slots.
8. If you prefer, install a key lock for security to any one of the four Kensington lock slots
(two located on top and two on bottom).
9. Attach the cables to their respective connectors on the back panel of the thin client.
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