CLO Systems X-arm Display Mount By RS Staff Published: April 5, 2006 ⋅ Updated: April 15, 2019 CLO Systems X-arm is a patent-pending remote controlled robotic arm for adjusting the viewing angle of flat panel displays thus eliminating undesirable glare and reflection. Tilt up/down and swivel range provides maximum mounting location flexibility while maintaining optimum viewing angle. At the touch of a button on the provided universal remote control or via a RS-232 controlled touch panel, X-arm RDMS (Robotic Display Mounting Solution) smoothly extends the TV 12 inches from the wall allowing the viewer to adjust the swivel left/right range of motion from 20 degrees to 32 degrees (depending on display size) in either direction and tilt range up to 25 degrees down and 7 degrees up until the optimum glare-free viewing angle is obtained and stored. Two programmable memory locations are provided to recall viewing preferences for day and night or user one and two. Invisible from the front of the TV, X-arm is suitable for flat panel displays between 40- and 65-inch sizes (up to 180 pounds). X-arm is installed in the same manner as any conventional manual wall-mounting unit. A universal mounting attachment kit is provided to facilitate easy coupling with the flat panel display. In the retracted position, the TV is unobtrusive, residing 4.6 inches from the wall. A universal IR remote control is provided to control the X-arm as well as other AV components. X-arm is compatible with RS-232-based control systems from AMX, Crestron and other control systems. Cable management provisions include concealment via a bellows located behind the display. The bellows also prohibits foreign objects from interfering with the movement of the actuators.