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Tablet Mounting Solutions

December 20, 2013
At RAM Mounts, we recognize the benefit of flexibility when choosing a mounting solution and understand that many police departments are selecting tablets as a viable, convenient and cost-saving option. We're now featuring the Roto-View Adapter Plate, an easy-to-use tablet interface that enables portrait or landscape viewing.

Gamber-Johnson Introduces Tablet Display Mount

October 15, 2013
The mount affixes tablets, displays and docking stations of various heights close to the dash using an upper pole.

Picatinny Rail Accessory Kit

November 30, 2011
Elzetta Design has released a new Mil-Std 1913 Picatinny Rail Accessory Kit for its ZSM Shotgun Flashlight Mount that provides a means of attachment for a laser or other device on one side of the shotgun while the ZSM secures a tactical flashlight on the other side.

Modular Molded Equipment Console

December 1, 2008
RAM Mounting Systems has released an innovative modular molded equipment console system called the RAM Tough-Box Console system. Its rugged materials make it 30 percent lighter than many consoles. Its design makes for improved ergonomics, safety, and ease of installation.

RAM Mount Products No-Drill Vehicle Laptop Mounts

February 1, 2007
RAM vehicle mounts are designed for the most popular fleet vehicles on the road. These heavy-duty steel laptop bases are custom formed to fit specific vehicle models. This provides a mounting platform for any RAM Laptop Mounting System. Using the front bench or passenger side seat rail bolts as attachment points, existing hardware in the vehicle is all that is required to secure these bases. If needed, additional hardware is supplied.

National Products RAM E Size Ball Mounts

February 1, 2006
New RAM “E” size ball mounts utilize National Products’ patented rubber ball and socket design and a 3 3/8-inch-diameter ball to mount laptops in cars while protecting them from shock and vibration. Each mount supports a large electronic device up to 25 pounds. A variety of popular bases are available for use with this design, as well as two lengths of double-socket arms.

Havis-Shields Stout Mount In-Car Console

October 1, 2005
Havis-Shields’ new sturdy in-vehicle computer mounting solution, the Stout Mount, provides durability and a simple low profile. Two-piece housing allows for adjustable height, while independent keyboard and monitor brackets allow customizable height positioning during installation. A swing arm provides easy and comfortable positioning of a keyboard or laptop, then easily gets the device out of the way when not in use.

RAM Mounts Mobile Printer Enclosures

October 1, 2005
New RAM in-car Mobile Printer Enclosures and Cradles hold printers securely in place in your car. These enclosures are currently available for Pentax PocketJet Series, Canon BJC-85, and HP Deskjet 450 printers. All can be mounted alone or integrated into your existing RAM system, including the RAM no-drill vehicle product line.

Kodiak Mobile MFG KDGB3 Docking Station

July 1, 2005
The KDGB3 docking station from Kodiak Mobile is designed for in-vehicle docking of the Itronix GoBook III notebook computer. The device is constructed of welded steel and features an all-inclusive port replicator and Kodiak’s power management system. The KGDB3 ships standard with revision 5 firmware, allowing the user to enable or disable all power management features.

RAM Mounts Laptop Mounting System

June 1, 2005
Using existing hardware, your agency can install RAM custom laptop mounting systems in a variety of patrol vehicles without any drilling. The systems are fully adjustable and easy to place in the most ergonomic position for the vehicle and the officer driving it. Swing arms provide easy access and viewing.
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