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Tablet Mounting System II

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Part# 11-11869


Tablet Mounting System II. The mount is suitable for use with most tablets and smartphones (with outside dimensions ranging from 4.7" to 12.9")
  • Sturdy, durable high quality frame construction
  • Touch points securely hold your tablet in place without any damage
  • Suitable for use with most tablets and smartphones (with outside dimensions ranging from 4.7" to 12.9")
  • Universal metal tube clamp securely mounts to microphone stands and keyboard stands with tube diameters of up to 28mm
  • Multi-angle adjustment allows universal positioning of the tablet or smartphone
  • The adapter allows for mounting the plate directly to a microphone stand
  • Quick set-up and release
  • Weight Packed: 0.88 lb(0.4 kg)
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I use this both on my Lance and on my Hot Air Balloon - it works great.

August 30, 2013

It’s a great design for a tablet. I use an iPad Pro in a PA-32. I clamp it to the copilot seat structure so the tablet is positioned between pilot and pilot seat. My only complaint it the plastic as it connects to to solid metal clamp/rod armature it very weak. It’s actually a Peavy branded table holder for musicians and connects to a mic stand. It’s a great inexpensive (vs aviation grade) table holder and perfect for a PA32, but plastic pretty fragile. I will try for fabricate something to make is stronger. For the price, buy it. Just be warned that the plastic attachment is weak.

Warren B
August 1, 2020


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