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  1. First familiarize yourself with the terminology of the Beyond Adaptive UB001 Standard Base Clamp.
    • First familiarize yourself with the terminology of the Beyond Adaptive UB001 Standard Base Clamp.

    • Clamp Adjustment Knob

    • Clamp Removal Knob

    • Clamp Removal Button

    • Wedge Insert

    • Arm Reciever

  2. The Wedge Insert is used when the clamp will be attached to flat surfaces such as the edge of a desk, table, or square tubing. To use the Wedge Insert first remove the wedge from its storage position on the Clamp Removal Knob. Next place the wedge in the v-notch of the clamp opening making sure to push it firmly into place.
    • The Wedge Insert is used when the clamp will be attached to flat surfaces such as the edge of a desk, table, or square tubing.

    • To use the Wedge Insert first remove the wedge from its storage position on the Clamp Removal Knob.

    • Next place the wedge in the v-notch of the clamp opening making sure to push it firmly into place.

  3. To remove the UB001 Standard Base Clamp for a Beyond Adaptive Mounting Arm begin by loosening the Clamp Removal Knob. Next press the Clamp Removal Button and pull the arm post out of the Arm Receiver. To reattach the Standard Base Clamp to a Beyond Adaptive Mounting Arm simply reverse these steps.
    • To remove the UB001 Standard Base Clamp for a Beyond Adaptive Mounting Arm begin by loosening the Clamp Removal Knob.

    • Next press the Clamp Removal Button and pull the arm post out of the Arm Receiver.

    • To reattach the Standard Base Clamp to a Beyond Adaptive Mounting Arm simply reverse these steps.

    • When reinserting the arm make sure to align the flat surface of the arm post with the Clamp Removal Knob so the screw tightens against that surface.

  4. To attach the clamp to a round tube the Wedge Insert should be in its storage position on the Clamp Removal Knob.  The v-notch on the clamp opening helps the clamp secure firmly to round or oval tubes or other objects as well as larger flat surfaces. Place the opening of the clamp over the object you wish to clamp it to. Tighten clamp by turning the Clamp Adjustment Knob clockwise until firmly secured.
    • To attach the clamp to a round tube the Wedge Insert should be in its storage position on the Clamp Removal Knob. The v-notch on the clamp opening helps the clamp secure firmly to round or oval tubes or other objects as well as larger flat surfaces.

    • Place the opening of the clamp over the object you wish to clamp it to.

    • Tighten clamp by turning the Clamp Adjustment Knob clockwise until firmly secured.

  5. To attach the clamp to a flat or square object the Wedge Insert should be placed in the v-groove. Position the clamp over the object you wish to secure it to. Tighten the Clamp Adjusting Knob clockwise until the clamp is securely fixed the the surface.
    • To attach the clamp to a flat or square object the Wedge Insert should be placed in the v-groove.

    • Position the clamp over the object you wish to secure it to.

    • Tighten the Clamp Adjusting Knob clockwise until the clamp is securely fixed the the surface.

    • Clamp removal knob must be kept tightened to avoid damage to arm post

  6. Begin by learning the terminology of the various components on Variable Friction Mounting Arm.
    • Begin by learning the terminology of the various components on Variable Friction Mounting Arm.

    • Ball Joint

    • Ball or Stud

    • Variable Friction Knob

    • Elbow

  7. To adjust the Variable Friction Arm loosen the Adjustment Knob by turning it counter clockwise until all joints are loose.
    • To adjust the Variable Friction Arm loosen the Adjustment Knob by turning it counter clockwise until all joints are loose.

    • Always make sure to hold your Device Cradle (if present) before loosening any joint on a Beyond Adaptive Arm. Failure to follow this instruction could result in damage to your Device or Mount.

    • Position the arm where you need and re-tighten the Adjustment Knob until the arm is secure.

    • The Variable Friction arm has a 360 degree range of motion for unlimited possible positioning.

  8. Both end joints have a notch in the side. This joint enables you to move the clamp or cradle to a 90° angle to the arm tubes
    • Both end joints have a notch in the side. This joint enables you to move the clamp or cradle to a 90° angle to the arm tubes

    • You may need to rotate the clamp or cradle into the notch to reach your desired position.

    • This arm works in conjunction with a clamp and cradle to mount your up to 6.6 lb (3kg) device. The arm has a reach of almost 21” (53.0 cm).

  9. Begin by getting familiar with terminology by reviewing the following component names.
    • Begin by getting familiar with terminology by reviewing the following component names.

    • Quick Release Plate

    • Quick Release Receiver

    • Release Lever

    • Locking Pin

    • Device Cradle

    • Make sure the quick release is ready to receive the cradle by opening the lever. It should be in the position shown.

    • Orient the cradle so the quick release plate aligns with the smaller tab towards the bottom of the receiver.

  10. Insert the smaller tab of the quick release plate (the piece attached to the cradle) into the lower portion of the quick release receiver. Rotate the top of the quick release plate back in to the quick release receiver until the release lever snaps closed.  You may have to wiggle the plate slightly to get the lever to close all the way.
    • Insert the smaller tab of the quick release plate (the piece attached to the cradle) into the lower portion of the quick release receiver.

    • Rotate the top of the quick release plate back in to the quick release receiver until the release lever snaps closed. You may have to wiggle the plate slightly to get the lever to close all the way.

  11. Secure the quick release by rotating the brass lock pin clockwise (as you are looking at the back of the cradle).
    • Secure the quick release by rotating the brass lock pin clockwise (as you are looking at the back of the cradle).

    • When the locking pin is in the lock position you will not be able to open the release lever.

    • To remove the cradle unlock the release lever by rotating the locking pin counterclockwise. Then release the cradle by opening the release lever.

    • Always remember to hold the device cradle when releasing the quick release to prevent accidental damage to the device or mounting arm.

    • Put the iPad in the Cradle...

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