VMP Launches 360 Degree Large Flat Panel Tilt Ceiling Mount Adapter

May 10, 2013
Video Mount Products, a provider of mounting solutions for the commercial, residential, security, and pro audio/video markets, will showcase the new PDS-LCHB large flat panel ceiling mount adapter during InfoComm 2013, held in Orlando, FL from June 12-14 at the Orange County Convention Center, booth 5052.
VMP flat panel ceiling mount adapter
The PDS-LCHB, which is scheduled to ship in June 2013, has an MSRP of $179.95.

“The PDS-LCHB adapter allows for the accommodation of a 37- to 70-inch flat panel display to an existing ceiling mount mast, such as one previously used to support a bulky tube television, so there’s no need to replace the entire mount,” said Keith Fulmer, president of Video Mount Products. “Designed for both practical and aesthetic purposes, the PDS-LCHB is the ideal multi-function option for a host of applications, such as in schools, restaurants, bars, health clubs, and arenas.”

The PDS-LCHB has a maximum flat panel hole pattern of 860mm x 500mm, rotates 360 degrees with an adjustable 0 degree to 15 degree tilt, uses standard 1.5inch NPT masting, has a load capacity of 180 lbs., and is complete with powder coat finish.

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