Many users prefer mounting their monitors to a wall. This gives for a better viewing experience and easy control and is less harsh on the eyes. Mounting a monitor can be challenging if you have one that does not have any holes. Although there are many ways to get past it and still mount your monitor. This article states some ways in which you can mount a monitor without holes
Get a Monitor with VESA holes
Monitors with VESA Holes are usually a bit more expensive than regular monitors which don’t have VESA holes. Although if you want to make this purchase there are some factors you need to take into consideration.
The first thing to be aware of is the size of the space that you have allotted for the monitor. You need to make sure that the monitor you are purchasing conveniently fits into that space. If you need a monitor which can give the best possible usuals then you should go for brands that are high quality and offer a full HD display.
Try a Glue gun
This option might not be viable for everyone but you can give it a look. If your monitor is lightweight and you urgently need to mount it you can try with a glue gun. If your glue gun is likely to affect the wall paint then you might not want to go for this option. This is not a trusted and long-lasting method.
Use a VESA Adaptor Kit
For choosing the right VESA adaptor kit, you need to know its three standards.
VESA MIS-D, 100/75, C – It is common for monitors that weigh less than 14 kgs. It is suitable for displays with a 100 x 100 mm/75 x 75 mm sq hole pattern. This set is commonly used for small TV and computer monitors.
VESA MIS-E, C – This is mostly used for a monitor that weighs less than 23 kg, which is midsized. It used M4 screws and has a 200 X 100 mm hole pattern (rectangular).
VESA MIS-F, C – This standard uses M6 and M8 screws. Usually big TVs that have 31 inches of size and bigger use this standard.
After you have the needed VESA Adaptor kit, you can follow the steps stated below to start working with it.
You first need to screw adaptable clamps into settled plates and also put anti-slippery rubber pads. This will prevent the monitor from any possible slipping.
Put the screws through the VESA holes.
Adjust the length of the plates according to your convenience
Attach the monitor to the setup.
To sum it up
If you want to mount your monitor to your wall without holes, the above ways might prove beneficial for you. This article states these simple ways you can adopt followed by clear instructions. If these ways don’t seem to work, or you face any issues with the VESA Adaptor Kit, you can reach out for help to anyone who works with mechanics and hardware.