I don't know if there is a "standard" location, but it should be adjustable.
Good ergonomic practices dictate that that a computer monitor be placed so
that top of the screen be at eye level. Granted that is for a seated
position, but if the display is used for anything else, you could change
that. The height that you quote would work for a 50th percentile person.
However, you may want to look at your operators to determine the height. I
say this because if your workers are all very tall, you will need to raise
can't say what the Canadian standard might be, but according to "Humanscale"
, the standard eye level of an average (standing) adult is 1.61 meters, and
the normal sight line is 10 degrees below eye level.
Needless to say, eye level varies significantly--from 1.43 for a small woman
to 1.78 for a large man
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