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Installation Instructions
Light-duty Monitor Arm (LMA)
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Preface
IMPORTANT, PLEASE READ CAREFULLY
Thank you for your purchase with Amico Accessories Inc.
This unit is designed for long lasting performance, provided that the end user complies with assembly and maintenance
procedures. This Instruction Manual is your guide to ensure that you get the best performance out of the equipment.
Amico Accessories Inc. is not responsible for any damage as a result of (but not limited to) abuse and other problems
that may be a direct or indirect result of failure to comply with the instructions provided in this manual.
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Steps where extra care should be taken to prevent injuries and damage.
NOTE Steps that point out helpful information.
Medical Facility Responsibilities
Preventive maintenance checks must be performed regularly to maintain the quality and performance of this product.
Any parts that may be broken, missing, worn, distorted or contaminated in any way should not be used and all affected
parts should be replaced immediately. Should the necessity of any repair be suspected, please contact your local
distributor or call 1.877.264.2697.
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Contents
Section 1: Product Specifications4
Section 2: Installation Preparation5
Section 3: Installation on Mounting Platform
Mounting to MRS (Monitor Rail System)
Mounting to VRS (Vertical Rail System)
Mounting on the Wall
Mounting on the Desk: Clamp Mount Assembly
Mounting on the Desk: Over Existing Grommet
Section 4: Device Installation
Device Configuration Recommendations
Cable Management
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Section 5: Adjustments14
Section 6: Maintenance And Troubleshooting
Preventive Maintenance
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Troubleshooting15
Cleaning16
Section 7: Product Classification17
Warranty18
Notes19
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SECTION 1: Product Specifications
Features
• Ideal for applications where only occasional adjustment is needed
• Available with or without extension
• Ideal for monitors 8-17 lbs (3.6-7.7 kg)
• Cable management made easy
• Screens can be mounted in landscape or portrait orientation
• Multiple mounting options available
EXTENDED POSITION
FOLDED POSITION
EXTENDED POSITION
FOLDED POSITION
4" [10.16 cm]
24" [60.96 cm]
16" [40.64 cm]
3" [7.62 cm]
7" [17.78 cm]
1" [2.54 cm]
11" [27.94 cm]
L= 13" [33.02 cm]
S= 6" [15.24 cm]
0.39" - 2.95"
[0.99 cm - 7.49 cm]
3" [7.62 cm]
0.39" - 2.95"
[0.99 cm - 7.49 cm]
5" [12.7 cm] Height
Adjustment for
Long Post Only
5" [12.7 cm]
5" [12.7 cm]
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SURFACE MOUNTING DETAIL
L - LONG POST
S - SHORT POST
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SECTION 2: Installation Preparation
Installation, Tools and Part Requirements
• HEX key sizes: 2.5 mm; 1/8" (3.2 mm), 5 mm; 6 mm
• Philips Head Screwdriver size: #3
• 1/2" (12.7 mm) Socket wrench
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It is the installer’s responsibility to ensure all components are properly assembled and installed
using the provided instruction manual.
Using improperly sized screws may damage your display. If spacers are required, be sure to use
correctly sized screws. Properly sized screws will easily and completely thread into the display mounting holes.
Exceeding weight capacities can result in severe personal injury or damage to equipment. It is
the installer’s responsibility to ensure the combined weight of all components does not exceed the weight
capacity of 8-17 lbs (3.6-7.7 kg).
Allowing any part of the component cables to be caught between movable parts can result in
serious personal injury or damage to equipment.
The arm will spring upward and may cause personal injury or equipment damage when the
monitor is removed, due to the change in weight. Secure the arm first by lifting the arm to be in the fully UP
position when monitor is removed.
The mounting platform must be strong and stable enough for supporting the monitor as well as
the arm.
Verify that rails have been installed in accordance with Amico rail installation instructions. Rail
failure with mounted devices can cause serious injury and equipment damage.
Do not position the LMA above a patient.
It shall be the responsibility of the hospital, its consultants and/or contractors to determine if
the mounting surface is adequate to safely mount the specific instrument. This includes the selection of
appropriate fasteners and the proper installation, REGARDLESS OF WHAT IS SUPPLIED WITH YOUR LMA. See rail
instructions for specific wall channel guideline information.
DO NOT attempt to mount/remove the LMA from the rail when loaded with any instrument.
To prevent mounting adapter from sliding down the rail, ensure that all set screws are fastened
to the tightest possible position. Serious injuries could result if the set screws are not properly fastened.
Contact Amico Accessories Inc. to discuss solutions not covered in this manual at 1.877.264.2697
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SECTION 3: Installation on Mounting Platform
Mounting to MRS (Monitor Rail System):
1. Assemble LMA to X-LMA-(MON/MON-B)-ADA by placing LMA onto X-LMA-(MON/MON-B)-ADA and securing with
the screw through washer, X-LMA-(MON/MON-B)-ADA, LMA, and into cap, using #3 Philips head screwdriver (as
shown in the figure on the left below).
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2. Slide X-LMA-(MON/MON-B)-ADA into the MRS rail (as shown in the figure on the right below).
FOR USE WITH: LMA-__-(MON/MON-B)-__, LMA-__-(VRS/VRS-B)-__ FOR USE WITH: LMA-__-(MON/MON-B)-__, LMA-__
3. Once the arm is positioned at the desired height, tighten two of the parts labeled H-SSCP-1420-05 in the
1. Slide X-LMA-(MON/MON-B)-ADA into the
diagram below with a 1/8" (3.2 mm) HEX key.
MRS rail.
2. Once the
arm is positioned at the desired
X-LMA-(MON/MON-B)-ADA
X-LMA-(VRS-/VRS-B)-ADA
height, tighten 2 x H-SSCP-1420-05.
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CAP
(PART OF X-LMA-01-01)
CAP
X-LMA-(MON/MON-B)-ADA
(PART OF X-LMA-01-01)
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X-LMA-MON-ADA/
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HR-CON
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MRS RAIL
(PART OF X-LMA-01-01)
2SCREW
X H-SSCP-1420-05
(PART
OF X-LMA-01-01)
WASHER
(PART OF X-LMA-01-01)
SCREW
(PART OF X-LMA-01-01)
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Mounting to VRS (Vertical Rail System):
1. Remove the top X-GTA-KNOB/X-GTA-KNOB-B and the attached HR-CONV-PIN (Figure 2).
2. Place LMA-__-(_____)-__onto X-LMA-VRS-ADA/X-LMA-VRS-B-ADA and secure by inserting screw (part of
X-LMA-01-01) through: washer (part of X-LMA-01-01), X-LMA-VRS-ADA/X-LMA-VRS-B-ADA, LMA-__-(_____)-__,
and into cap (part of X-LMA-01-01) (Figure 2).
3. Replace the top HR-CONV-PIN and X-GTA-KNOB/X-GTA-KNOB-B (Figure 2).
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4. Turn two X-GTA-KNOB-X-GTA-KNOB-B to loosen two HR-CONV-PIN. Tilt and guide the two HR-CONV-PIN into the
USE WITH:
opening of the VRSFOR
rail (Figure
3). LMA-__-(MON/MON-B)-__, LMA-__-(VRS/VRS-B)-__
1. Turn 2 x X-GTA-KNOB/X-GTA-KNOB
CONV-PIN. Tilt and guide the 2X H
the VRS
rail (Figure 1).
1. theSlide
X-LMA-(MON/MON-B)-ADA
5. Ensure the flange on
X-SSM-VERT-ADA
isCUSTOMER
properly alignedinto
withthe
the rail. Positionopening
to desiredofheight
before
2.
Ensure
the
flange
on
the X-SSM-VE
MRS
rail.
tightening
two X-GTA-KNOB/X-GTA-KNOB-B (Figure 3).
FOR
USE WITH: LMA-__-(VRS/VRS-B)-__
aligned with the rail. Position to d
2. Once the arm is positioned at the desired
REMOVE THE TOP X-GTA-KNOB/X-GTA-KNOB-B
AND
ATTACHED
A-MON-B-ADA 1.
tightening 2 x X-GTA-KNOB/X-GTA
height, tighten
2 THE
x H-SSCP-1420-05.
HR-CONV-PIN
1) THROUGH
3.
Lock
the 2socket
x X-GTA-KNOB/X-GTA-K
2.
PLACE
LMA-__-(_____)-__ONTO
X-LMA-VRS-ADA/X-LMA-VRS-B-ADA
MA-MON-B- 6. Lock the two X-GTA-KNOB/X-GTA-KNOB-B with two H-1420-LNUT-NYL using a 1/2" N
(12.7 mm)
wrench and
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2 x H-CAP-14-B. (Fig
AND SECURE BY INSERTING SCREW (PART OF X-LMA-01-01) THROUGH
cover
with(PART
twoOF
H-CAP-14-B
3).
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X-LMA-01-01),(Figure
X-LMA-VRS-ADA/X-LMA-VRS-B-ADA,
LMA-__-(_____)-__, AND INTO
CAP (PART OF X-LMA-01-01)
WITH: LMA-__-(MON/MON-B)-__,
LMA-__-(VRS/VRS-B)-__
3.
REPLACE
THE TOP HR-CONV-PIN AND X-GTA-KNOB/X-GTA-KNOB-B
FOR USE WITH:
LMA-__-(MON/MON-B)-__,
LMA-__-(VRS/VRS-B)-__
X-LMA-(MON/MON-B)-ADA
1. Turn 2 x X-GTA-KNOB/X-GTA-KNOB-B to loosen 2 x HRX-LMA-(VRS-/VRS-B)-A
1. Turn
x X-GTA-KNOB/X-GTA-KNOB-B
loosen
CONV-PIN.
Tilt 2and
guide the 2X HR-CONV-PINto
into
the 2 x HRand guide
the 2X HR-CONV-PIN into the
opening ofCONV-PIN.
the VRS railTilt
(Figure
1).
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Figure
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X-LMA-(VRS-/VRS-B)-ADA
ofthe
theX-SSM-VERT-ADA
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the Ensure theopening
flange on
X-LMA-MON-ADA/
S rail.
2 X H-CAP
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X-SSM-VERT-ADA
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height
before
2.
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the
arm
is
positioned
at
the
desired
tightening 2 x X-GTA-KNOB/X-GTA-KNOB-B. (Figure 2)
ght, tighten 2 x H-SSCP-1420-05.
(PART OF X-LMA-01-01)
2 x X-GTA-KNOB/X-GTA-KNOB-B.
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2)
height, tighten 2 x H-SSCP-1420-05. 3. Lock the 2tightening
x X-GTA-KNOB/X-GTA-KNOB-B
with 2 x H-14203. and
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2 x X-GTA-KNOB/X-GTA-KNOB-B
with 2 x H-1420X-GTA-KNO
LNUT-NYL
x H-CAP-14-B.
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LNUT-NYL and
2 x H-CAP-14-B. (Figure 3)
TOP HR-CONV-PIN
X-SSM-VERT-ADA
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X-LMA-(MON/MON-B)-ADA
X-LMA-(MON/MON-B)-ADA
MON-ADA/
X-LMA-MON-ADA/
MON-B-ADA
X-LMA-MON-B-ADA
TOP X-GTA-KNOB/
X-LMA-(VRS-/VRS-B)-ADA
HR-CONV-PIN
X-LMA-(VRS-/VRS-B)-ADA
2 X HR-CON
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2 X H-CAP-14-B
2X
2 X H-CAP-14-B
X-GTA-KNOB/
X-GTA-KNOB/
X-GTA-KNOB-B
X-LMA-VRS-ADA/
X-GTA-KNOB/
MRS RAIL
X-LMA-VRS-B-ADA
X-GTA-KNOB-B
X-SSM-VERT-ADA
X-GTA-KNOB-B
X-SSM-VERT-ADA
2 X H-SSCP-1420-05
WASHER
2 X HR-CONV-PIN
(PART OF X-LMA-01-01)
HR-CONV-PIN
2 X HR-CONV-PIN
HR-CONV-PIN
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(PART OF X-LMA-01-01) Figure 1
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Mounting on the Wall
1. Drill a 1/2" (12.7 mm) hole at the desired mounting height. Hold metal channel of H-SNPTOG-1420 flat alongside
plastic straps and slide channel through hole. Minimum clearance behind the wall is 1-7/8" (47.6 mm). See
Figure 4.1.
2. Hold ends of straps between thumb and forefinger and pull toward you until channel rests flush behind the wall.
Slide plastic cap along straps with other hand until flange of cap is flush with the wall. See Figure 4.2.
3. Snap straps at wall by pushing side to side and snapping off straps level with flange of cap. See Figure 4.3.
*** Repeat steps 1 to 3 for the other hole on X-LMA-WAL-ADA ***
4. Place X-LMA-WAL-ADA over flange. Insert H-PHMS-1420-212 with #3 Philips head screwdriver and tighten until
flush against item, then stop, as shown in Figure 4.4.
5. Assemble LMA to X-LMA-WAL-ADA by placing LMA onto X-LMA-WAL-ADA and securing with the screw through
washer, X-LMA-WAL-ADA, LMA, and into cap, using #3 Philips head screwdriver (as shown in Figure 5).
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1 toWITH:
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other hole on X-LMA-WAL-ADA***
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3.
4.
5.
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Figure 4
Drill a 1/2" hole at desired height. Hold metal channel of H-SNPTOG-1420 flat alongside plastic straps and slide channel through hole.
Minimum clearance behind wall: 1-7/8".
Hold ends of straps between thumb and forefinger and pull toward you until channel rests flush behind wall.
Slide plastic cap along straps with other hand until flange of cap is flush with wall.
Snap straps at wall by pushing side to side, snapping off straps level with flange of cap.
*** Repeat 1 to 3 for the other hole on X-LMA-WAL-ADA***
Place X-LMA-WAL-ADA over flange. Insert H-PHMS-1420-212 and tighten until flush against item, then stop.
Insert LMA-__-(_____)-__ into X-LMA-WAL-ADA and tighten with cap, washer and screw provided.
H-PHMS-1420-212
Figure 5
H-SNPTOG-1420
CAP
(PART OF X-LMA-01-01)
LMA-__-(_____)-__
X-LMA-WAL-ADA
2 X WASHER
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SECTION 3: Installation on Mounting Platform
Mounting on the Desk: Clamp Mount Assembly
For Use With: LMA-__-DSK-L-__/LMA-__-DSK-S-__
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It is recommended that the desk clamp be clamped to the side or rear of desktop surface. This
assembly is suitable for square edged desks only. It is the user’s responsibility to make sure the desk structure to
which this clamp is attached can support the combined weight of all components.
1. Adjust the height of the desk clamp to suit desktop surface.
0.39'' - 2.95''
(9.9 mm - 75 mm)
2. Place the plastic gasket cushion as shown.
3. Place the desk clamp on top of the desk in the desired position and ensure the clamp opening is facing towards
the edge of the desktop. Turn the handle to tighten by hand to ensure that the desk clamp fully contacts the
desktop surface and is secure.
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Mounting on the Desk: Clamp Mount Assembly
pressure plate
4. Loosen the collar and adjust the height as desired before installing and tightening the Light Monitor Arm.
2.5 mm HEX key
Mounting on the Desk: Over Existing Grommet
1. Remove six screws from the existing plate.
2. Secure the grommet plate to the base plate with four screws as shown below.
Grommet Plate
Base Plate
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Mounting on the Desk: Over Existing Grommet
3. Remove the screw from the gripping plate as shown below.
4. Insert the gripping plate into bolt and tighten into base plate as shown below.
Base Plate
Gripping Plate
5. Unscrew the pressure plate and bolt from the base and sandwich desktop surface as shown. Turn and tighten by
hand to ensure that the grommet clamp pressure plate fully contacts the desktop surface and is secure.
pressure plate
6. Refer to “Mounting on the Desk: Clamp Mount Assembly” step 4 on page 10 for collar adjustment and Light
Monitor Arm installation
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Device Configuration Recommendations
1. Determine the monitor configuration and if spacers are required. The monitor configuration will be either VESA
75 (75 mm x 75 mm M4 thread) or VESA 100 (100 mm x 100 mm M4 threads).
2. For VESA 100 configuration: two M4 screws are partially threaded into the top two holes at the back of the
monitor. The monitor can then be hung up on the X-FIT-VSA-PLT through the two slots at the top. Insert two
more screws through the X-FIT-VSA-PLT 100 mounting holes at the bottom and tighten all screws (Figure 4).
3. For VESA-75 configuration: Rotate X-FIT-VSA-PLT so the two slots for the VESA-75 configuration are located at the
top (Figure 6). Partially thread two screws into the top two holes at the back of the monitor. The monitor can
then be hung up on the VESA head through the two slots at the top. Insert two more screws through the VESA75 mounting holes at the bottom and tighten all screws (Figure 4).
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1.
Determine the monitor configuration. VESA 75 (75 mm x 75 mm M4 thread) or VESA 100 (100 mm x 100 mm M4 threads) and if spacers are require
The monitor can then be hung up
on the X-FIT-VSA-PLT through the two slots at the top. Insert 2 more screws through the X-FIT-VSA-PLT 100 mounting holes at the bottom
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and tighten
screws.
(Figure 1)
1.
Determine
the all
monitor
configuration.
VESA 75 (75 mm x 75 mm M4 thread) or VESA 100 (100 mm x 100 mm M4 threads) and ifCUSTOMER
spacers are required
VESA-75
configuration:
X-FIT-VSA-PLT
so
2 slots
forinto
thethe
VESA-75
are located
atthe
the monitor
top.
(Figure
3)
Partially
thread
If spacers
are required,
bothare
VESA
75the
and
VESA
100
monitor
configurations,
place
down
on
2. 3.4.VESA
100 configuration:
2Rotate
x M4for
screws
partially
threaded
top 2 configuration
holes
at the back
of the
monitor.
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can
thenabe
hungtwo
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4.
When removing the monitor, the monitor arm and the monitor should be placed at the highest position. Remove the 2 bottom screws
from the VESA plate, loosen the top 2 screws, and lift the monitorMONITOR
off the VESA plate.
Holes
for VESA
(NOT PROVIDED)
5.
If spacers are required, for both VESA 75 and VESA 100 monitor configurations,
place the monitor down on a protective
surface.
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and pattern
tighten
4x Longer M4 screws through X-FIT-VSA-PLT and spacers into monitor. (Figure 2)
monitor
off
the VESA2 xplate.
FOR
WITH:
LMA-__-(_____)-__
2. USE
VESA
100 configuration:
M4 screws are partially threaded into the top 2 holes at the back of the monitor.
MONITOR
(NOT PROVIDED)
Figure 6
Holes for VESA 100 pattern
MONITOR
(NOT LMA-__-(_____)-__
PROVIDED)
LMA-__-(_____)-__
4 X M4 screws
(PART OF X-LMA-01/02-01)
4 X M4 screws
(PART OF X-LMA-01/02-01)
4 X M4 screws
(PART OF X-LMA-01/02-01)
4 X Longer M4 screws
(PART OF X-LMA-01/02-01)
44
XX
Longer
M4 screws
spacers
(PART
OF
X-LMA-01/02-01)
(PART
OF
X-LMA-01/02-01)
4 X spacers
4 X Longer
M4X-LMA-01/02-01)
screws
(PART OF
(PART OF X-LMA-01/02-01)
4 X spacers
(PART OF X-LMA-01/02-01)
5
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Figure 5
LMA-__-(_____)-__
LMA-__-(_____)-__
LMA-__-(_____)-__
X-FIT-VSA-PLT
(PART OF LMA-__-(_____)-__
LMA-__-(_____)-__
X-FIT-VSA-PLT
(PART OF LMA-__-(_____)-__
MONITOR
(NOT PROVIDED)
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Holes for VESA 75 pattern
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X-FIT-VSA-PLTMONITOR
(NOT PROVIDED)
(PART OF LMA-__-(_____)-__
MONITOR
(NOT PROVIDED)
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Holes for VESA 75 pattern
PROJECTION
Holes for VESA 75 pattern
PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL
PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL
PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL
LMA-__-(_____)-__
LMA-__-(_____)-__
LMA-__-(_____)-__
SECTION 4: Device Installation
Cable Management
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SECTION 5: Adjustments
Adjustment Procedure 1
1. Adjust the screw clockwise for heavier loads and counter-clockwise for lighter loads for counterbalance as
shown in the detailed view below, with a 5 mm HEX key.
2. Tighten or loosen the appropriate screw as shown below to adjust the monitor’s position accordingly. For
swivelling, use a 5 mm HEX key. For tilting, use a 6 mm HEX key.
!
WARNING Do not loosen top screw. Doing so may cause the head assembly to fall off.
pressure plate
Top screw
Adjustment Procedure 2
1. To adjust the tension on the movement of the arm, tighten or loosen the screw in the appropriate joints as
shown in the detailed view below using a 2.5 mm HEX key.
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SECTION 6: Maintenance and Troubleshooting
Preventive Maintenance
!
WARNING !
WARNING LMA requires periodic inspection and maintenance to perform optimally and achieve maximum
operation life.
The intervals shown are recommended. Maintenance schedules should be more frequent for
higher use areas.
Area
Period
(Month)
Maintenance
VESA Adapter
1
• Check if the adapter plate and the monitor are securely attached. Ensure the four screws on the
mounting plate(s) are fastened to the tightest possible position.
4
• Visually inspect for any signs of grinding and gapping.
2
MRS Rail Mount Adapter
1
• Ensure the two set screws on the channel are fastened to the tightest possible position.
Swivel Joint
3
• E nsure screw on bottom of joint is fastened to the tightest possible position using a #3 Philips head
screwdriver.
1
• Ensure set screw at back of joint is tightened. Use a 2.5 mm HEX key to tighten as needed.
Troubleshooting
Symptom
Possible cause
Solution
Too easy or too difficult to tilt the monitor
up and down
• Excessively loosened or tightened
hardware
Too easy or too difficult to utilize the
portrait/landscape feature
• Weight of the monitor is not compatible
• Please contact Amico Accessories Inc.
with the arm
The entire arm is rocking slightly when in
use
• Damaged hardware
Arm is too difficult to maneuver with the
monitor
Arm falls to the lowest position on its own
when monitor is attached
Excessive gapping or angling at joints of
arm
• Please contact Amico Accessories Inc.
• Perform preventive maintenance
Length of the extension arm is at an angle
Extension arm is not secure or it is rocking
slightly
• Adjust respective screws to control the
correct movement
• Loosened/damaged hardware
• Check all screws are secured
• Please contact Amico Accessories Inc.
• Damaged extension arm
• Weight of the monitor exceeds the load
rating
• Please contact Amico Accessories Inc.
• Counterbalance is not adjusted properly • Adjust for the correct counterbalance
for devices
• See section 4: adjustment procedure
• Damaged hardware or other physical
damage
• Equipment is too heavy
• Check device mounted for weight
compatibility. If problem persists
contact Amico Accessories Inc.
If the above solutions do not solve your symptoms or you are in need of parts/hardware, please contact Amico
Accessories, 1.877.264.2697
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SECTION 6: Maintenance and Troubleshooting
Cleaning
!
WARNING: !
WARNING: The cleaning chemicals and methods below are not meant for controlling any infections. It shall
be the responsibility of the hospital or the hospital’s infection control officer to sanitize the equipment.
Please do not spray any chemical directly onto the arm. Apply onto a soft cloth and wipe clean
to prevent chemicals getting into the internal components of the arm.
The mounting assembly may be cleaned with most mild, non-abrasive solutions commonly used in the hospital
environment (e.g. diluted bleach, ammonia, or alcohol solutions). The surface finish will be permanently damaged by
strong chemicals and solvents such as acetone and trichloroethylene. Steel wool or other abrasive material should never
be used.
Damage caused by the use of unapproved substances or processes will not be warranted. It is recommended that you
test any cleaning solution on a small area of the LMA that is not visible to verify compatibility.
Never submerge the LMA and do not allow liquids to enter it. Wipe any cleaning agents off the LMA immediately using
a water-dampened cloth. Dry the arm thoroughly after cleaning.
No Trichloroethylene
No Acetone
Trichloroethylene is a chlorinated
hydrocarbon commonly used as
an industrial solvent.
Acetone is a colorless,
mobile, flammable liquid
Acetone
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Trichloroethylene
SECTION 7: Product Classification
LMA -
-
-01
01
With 7" (177.8 mm)
Extension
02
Without Extension
DSK-S
Grommet/Desk Clamp Mount, Short
6" (152.4 mm)
DSK-L
Grommet/Desk Clamp Mount, Long
13" (330 mm)
WAL
Direct Wall Mount
MON
Monitor Channel
VRS
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Accessories
Warranty Policy
Amico Accessories Inc. warrants all mounting accessories to be free from defects in material and workmanship for a period of
twelve (12) months from the date of shipment. Within this period Amico Accessories Inc. will repair or replace any part which is
proven to be defective.
Amico Accessories Inc. will warrant its materials to be free from defect for an additional period of four (4) years, five (5) years
from the date of shipment. Within this period, Amico Accessories Inc. will replace any part at no charge, which is proven to be
defective. Shipping and Installation costs after the first twelve (12) months will be borne by the customer.
This warranty is valid only when the product has been properly installed according to Amico Accessories Inc. specifications, used
in a normal manner and serviced according to factory recommendations. It does not cover products that are not manufactured
by Amico Accessories Inc. It does not cover failures due to damage which occurs in shipments or failures which resulted from
accidents, misuse, abuse, neglect, mishandling, alteration, misapplication or damage that may be attributable to acts of God.
Amico Accessories Inc. shall not be liable for incidental or consequential damages resulting from use of equipment.
All claims for warranty must first be approved by Amico Accessories Inc. A valid Return Goods Authorization (RGA) number must
be obtained from Amico Accessories Inc. prior to commencement of any service work. Warranty work, which has not been preauthorized by Amico Accessories Inc., will not be reimbursed.
AMICO ACCESSORIES INC. DOES NOT HONOR VERBAL STATEMENTS CONCERNING THE WARRANTY.
The distributor and/or dealer are not sanctioned to create verbal warranties about the product described in this agreement. Any
statements will not be honored or be made part of the agreement of sale. This document is the final complete and exclusive
terms of the agreement.
THIS WARRANTY IS INCLUSIVE AND REPLACES ALL OTHER WARRANTIES.
Amico Accessories Inc. shall not, under any circumstances be liable for incidental or consequential damages including, but not
limited to, profit, loss of sales or injuries to person(s) or property. Correction of noncompliance as noted above will result in
completion of all liabilities of Amico Accessories Inc., whether based on agreement, neglect or changed materials, designs or
specifications without notice.
All claims for warranty must first be approved by Amico Accessories Inc. Service Department: [email protected]
or 1.877.264.2697). A valid Return Goods Authorization number must be obtained from Amico Accessories Inc. prior to
commencement of any warranty claim.
Amico Accessories Inc. 85 Fulton Way, Richmond Hill, ON L4B 2N4, Canada
71 East Industry Court, Deer Park, NY 11729, USA
Tel: 905.763.7778 | Fax: 905.763.8587
www.amico.com
Notes
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Amico Accessories Inc. | www.amico.com
85 Fulton Way, Richmond Hill
Ontario, L4B 2N4, Canada
71 East Industry Court, Deer Park
NY 11729, U.S.A.
Toll Free Tel: 1.877.264.2697
Toll Free Fax: 1.866.440.4986
Tel:905.763.7778
Fax:905.763.8587
Email:[email protected]
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