VideoSecu Adjustable Ceiling TV Mount Fits most 26-55" LCD LED Plasma Monitor Flat Panel Screen Display with VESA 400x400 400x300 400x200 300x300 300x200 200x200 200x100mm MLCE7 1OB
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- Fits most flat panel display with mounting hole patterns (VESA) 200x100 200x200 300x200 300x300 400x200 400x300 400x400
- Supports up to 66 lb LCD LED Plasma flat panel screen. Post-installation level adjustment allows the TV to perfectly level
- Tilt 25 degree forward/15 degree backward, 360 degree swivel and 90 degree rotate adjustment to achieve the ideal screen viewing position
- Adjustable height ranges of 20"-32" from ceiling in 2" increments for optimal viewing height
- Adjustable ceiling plate can attach to flat ceiling, sloped ceiling
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VideoSecu height adjustable ceiling mount, tilt and swivel in all directions for multiple viewing angles. Included VESA 400 mounting kit to accommodate a wide range of TV sizes. It is compatible with most brand TVs with VESA from 50x50mm up to 400x400mm. Heavy gauge steel construction provides loading capacity up to 66lbs. Flat panel screens can be rotated from landscape to portrait orientation. For even more versatility, multiple positions vaulted ceiling adapter make it easier to attach mount to flat finished ceiling, cathedral or vaulted ceiling, or mount the plate to the side of the joist in a 90 degree position. An adjustable height mechanism allows the display to extend from 20 - 32 in. If you need longer extension, 16 inch extension pole available, sold separately as ASIN: B005DUU9VM. Note:Please check the area inside the 4 mounting holes to make sure there are not any plugs. Otherwise, the plate may block the plugs.
Notice: This mount fits most 26-49" TVs (VESA 200x100mm (8x4")/200x200mm(8x8")/300x200mm(12x8")/300x300mm(12x12")/400x200mm(16x8")/400x300mm(16x12")/400x400mm(16x16")), some up to 50 55 inch TVs manufactured in recent 3 years
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Pro Tip: Install the base into the ceiling. Install top portion of the extendable pole. Remove lower TV mount by removing the pin. Install TV mount onto TV, then insert mounted extendable pole into the already mounted base. This will save you trouble trying to mount the 4 screws while holding the TV. I did my method first as I have done a similar setup before and it works.
This listing has been updated to show only up to 50" TV's, though it will work with up to 55" TV(35lbs) with the extra brackets.
First, I was impressed by its excellent design, even if I was going to use it with but a lightweight 32"-diagonal TV. It allows rotation and adjustment in 3 dimensions and 2 directions: 1. A full 360° rotation around its vertical shaft. 2. 180° to permit adjusting the TV's orientation from "landscape" mode to "portrait" mode, and infinite in-between positions. 3. Tilting the screen upwards towards the ceiling around 10º and downwards towards the floor around 20°. 4. Adjusting the main vertical shaft closer or further below the ceiling. 5. Tilting the main vertical shaft up to 45° from perpendicular to its ceiling-mount screw plate to permit installation on a vaulted ceiling (with a triangular shim, one could install on an even steeper ceiling).
In my case, I needed to center the TV at a shorter distance from the ceiling soffit than the stock mount could accommodate. But after careful measuring using a cardboard template matching my TV's size, it was straightforward enough to hacksaw off a few inches from the bottom of the upper (outer) vertical mounting shaft, and a few inches from the top of the bottom (inner) mounting shaft, in order to achieve the desired height of the TV below the ceiling soffit and above the refrigerator.
Second, I was impressed with the variety of screws, nuts, and washers to accommodate common sizes of female VESA-mount threads in the backs of different TV models: 5 mm, 6 mm, and 8 mm, in various lengths. For some reason, my new 2017 Samsung UN32M5300 TV used metric 4 mm ["M4" with 0.7 mm pitch] threads, data bizarrely not provided in Samsung's electronic user guide or webpage specifications for this model, requiring some trial and error and a long internet chat with Samsung to confirm the depth of the hole and its thread and pitch size.
So I needed to make a trip to the big box hardware store to get the right screws to mount the TV.
The mounting kit also provide the extra mounting arms needed to accommodate VESA spacings of holes larger than from 200x200 mm and up to 400x400 mm. My 100 x 100 TV needed none of these extenders.
Third, the mount is as strong as an ox, with four of its heavy-duty lag screws installed deep into my ceiling's joists, I am sure even the heaviest TV could be safely supported, perhaps even an installer doing chinups on the vertical shaft.
Fourth, the instructions and parts list were clear and easy-to-follow, and the parts arrived in comparmentalized bags to make easier finding the needed ones to install.
My only complaint is that the instructions indicate that one can adjust the tension for the 360° rotation (item 1. above) by loosening or tightening a large hex nut in the bottom of the vertical shaft. In the model I received, there is no nut -- only a round bottom with a huge, female hex hole, estimated to require an 8 mm, 10 mm, or 12 mm Allen (hex) wrench, a rare size even my well-equipped toolbox lacks. Before the TV was mounted, the tension was so tight that one could not rotate the lower section by hand alone. But once the TV was installed, its side edges provided sufficient distance from the vertical axis of the mount for enough leverage to rotate the TV to face in the desired north/south/east/west direction.
Others have complained about the kit not providing lock washers. These can be easily purchased and installed by the buyerr. I will not be often rotating the mount, so I dispensed with them, tightening the bolts sufficiently to ensure they will not come loose.
It came with extension arms for the plate if your tv is larger, they have a lot of adjustment capacity. Frankly there are a so many holes and adjustments on this thing I can’t imagine any modern tv within sive range not fitting. The hardware is heavy enough I would guess for anything in their range. Just make sure you tighten everything.