VESA developed a set of standards for manufacturing flat-screen televisions and PC monitors, such as mounting interfaces. Most manufacturers adhere to an industry-wide hole pattern on the back of displays for mounting.
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Attach the VESA mount bracket to the back of the display using the four small monitor screws (size M4) included in the box. The bracket has a 3 mm standoff from the monitor.
Attach the two large screws (size M3) to the bottom of the Intel® NUC chassis.
Insert the heads of the two screws on the Intel NUC chassis into the holes on the VESA bracket. Slide the chassis down to secure.
You can use a VESA mount adapter plate if your television or display has VESA holes in a larger pattern (example: 200 mm × 200 mm).
You can mount your Intel NUC behind your monitor, even if you already use the VESA holes for a swing arm or wall attachment. To do this, use an extension bracket that connects the Intel NUC to the swing arm. See the image below.
|VESA extension brackets are available from third-party vendors, such as Simply NUC* and iiyama Corporation*.
For more information, download the mechanical drawings in STEP format below. STEP is the file format for a 3D graphics file used by CAD software, such as AutoCAD* or SolidWorks*. Intel provides these materials as-is, with no express or implied warranties.
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