AMPS hole pattern
The AMPS hole pattern is an industry standard configuration. It consists of four holes located in a rectangular pattern spaced at 30,17 mm by 46,05 mm. It is common for the AMPS pattern to consist of multiple holes to allow vertical or horizontal implementation. For hand-held and tablet-sized devices. Many cradles, brackets and protective cases (e.g. LifeProof) use the AMPS system.
The famous hook-and-loop Velcro fastener consists of two components: a lineal fabric strip with tiny hooks that could “mate” with another fabric strip with smaller loops, attaching temporarily, until pulled apart. Perfect for attaching devices to our mounting system when no screws can be used.