Premier Mounts Adds Tilting Flat-Panel Cable Mount

June 1, 2012

Premier Mounts has introduced the CMT, a tilting flat-panel cable mount.

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Due to the patented MagnaGuide feature, installation is simplified. Using strong magnets, the plates behind the display are easily aligned and set in place. This makes it easy for the installer to secure the flat-panel in the right position without having to see where the mounting base is located on the wall.

The CMT also provides a notable tilt feature. High tensile braided cable allows the mount to smoothly and securely tilt to the desired angle. Other convenient features include large wire loops for easy leveling, a dual kickstand to provide full accessibility to the display, and collapsible stand off legs that easily connect any AV component.

“A tilt feature was the perfect addition to this mount,” said Mike Bouissiere, design and engineering manager at Premier Mounts. “It is an innovative, user-friendly addition that doesn’t take away from the main focus of simplicity.”

The V-shaped 6x3 in. back plate mounts on a single stud and is designed to hold flat-panel displays up to 65 lb. with a VESA mounting pattern ranging from 200x200mm to 600x400mm. The four flat-panel anchors install to the back of the display.

An in-wall box, such as the GB-INWAVP, can also be added for additional equipment storage and to hide power cables behind the display.

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