The 201-7004 is a tilting wall mount for 17"– 37" flat-panel TVs (Also compatible for TVs up to 42"). Its solid heavy-gauge steel construction offers a sleek, high-tech look while providing strength and durability.
Adjustable TV brackets offer lateral shift ability to allow perfect TV placement, also included locking hole for anti-theft function. Universal mounting pattern fits virtually any LCD or plasma TV up to 30kgs/66 lbs. Compatible with VESA hole up to 200x200.
What's in the box?
- TV Mount
- TV mounting screws (sizes M4, M5, M6 and M8 - 4 of each) and spacers
- Wall bolts and wall plugs
- Instruction Manual
Compatible VESA standards
Please note: When installing TV Mounts it is always advisable to use a separate spirit level. Any integrated spirit levels should not be used to verify levelling 100%.
|Specification:||TV wall mount|
|By Grade:||Standard Series|
|By Mounting Pattern:||Universal|
|Installation:||Solid wall, Single Stud|
|Strength tested:||3 times approve|
|VESA Standard:||75x75, 100x100, 200x100, 200x200|
|Bubble Level mount:||Assembly|
..How do I know if this mount is suitable for my TV?
What Is VESA? - TV Wall Mounting
A Guide To VESA
What is Vesa? If you are looking to mount you Plasma or LCD TV on the Wall you will no doubt have come across the term VESA or VESA compatible or VESA compliant - but what does this mean?
VESA is a term used to describe the way a Plasma or LCD is fitted to a Wall Bracket or Wall Mount.
VESA is a standard pattern of mounting location holes on the back of a Plasma or LCD TV which allows many standard Wall Brackets and Wall Mounts to be easily fitted to your Plasma or LCD TV.
Almost all of the major Plasma and LCD TV manufacturers such as Sony, Philips, Samsung make Plasma and LCD TV's which are VESA compatible meaning that you have a wide choice of Wall Brackets and Wall Mounts from many suppliers which will be compatible with your Plasma or LCD TV.
..So how do I tell if my Plasma or LCD screen is compatible with this mount?
Well its not as difficult as it may seem simply look on the back of your TV and measure the spacing of the mounting holes.If the measurements fall within the VESA measurements in our description then you're good to go.