Full Motion Articulating TV Wall Mount Bracket - 14 IN - 40 IN || 17 IN Swing Arm
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Full Motion Articulating Flat Screen TV Wall Mount Bracket - 14 Inch - 40 Inch || 17 Inch Swing Arm
This mount was designed to provide the ultimate viewing options. Use the 17 inch articulating arms, tilt or swivel to move the TV into the exact position you want. Perfect for installing TV in corners. This, heavy duty bracket, supports up to 55 lbs and TVs up to 40 inch.
- Supports up to 55 lbs
- Supports TVs between 14 inch - 40 inch
- Maximum VESA 200x200 Mounting Pattern
- Tilt: -5°/+15°
- Mounts to a Single Stud
- Color: Black
Please note: The compatible TV sizes listed here are a guide. It does not guarantee compatibility. To fully determine if your TV is compatible with this mount, check the VESA pattern and the weight on your TV.
Q: What size of bracket do I need for my TV?
A: When choosing a bracket compatibility is determined by weight and VESA pattern. The weight of your TV must not exceed the maximum capacity the bracket can hold. Secondly your TV must conform to the proper VESA (see below for an explanation of VESA) pattern. The VESA pattern determines the placing of the screw holes on the TV. Your TV instruction manual should provide which patterns your TV supports.
Although we give a recommended size that does not guarantee compatibility. We provide them as general guidelines.
Q: What is a VESA mounting pattern?
A: VESA mounting pattern technically called VESA Mounting Interface Standard (MIS) is the industry standard for mounting flat panel monitors and TVs. It is widely adopted in the industry and allows for easy compatibility between mounts and TVs.
The smallest VESA configuration is 75mm x 75mm. This means their are four screw holes in a square pattern 75mm apart.
The largest VESA configuration is 800mm x 400mm. The screws are in a rectangular pattern 800mm apart on the long edge and 400mm on the short edge.
Check your instruction manual for the VESA pattern your TV supports.