Video Mount Products PM-LPM

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Video Mount Products PM-LPM

Sep 21, 2011 10:32 AM

VMP PM-LPM

Video Mount Products has announced that its new PM-LPM yokeless low-profile projector mount is now shipping. It is compliant with most projectors with mounting holes inside a 14.5in. diameter, and is available in silver and black powder coat finishes. The PM-LPM features a 2.625in. mounting profile, an adjustable tilt ± 20 degrees, adjustable pitch ±15 degrees, and 360 degrees of rotation. Cables are managed through the center of the mount. It also accepts standard 1.5in. NPT masting and includes a ceiling plate and mounting screws. The PM-LPM has a load capacity of 75lbs. Price: $139.95

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