Tabletop Stand for Flat-Panels up to 160 lb.

List $299.00 Color: Silver

*Limited inventory, please call for availability

  • Also available in black
  • Rear cover hides all cables
  • Base may be bolted to surface for added safety
  • Security screws securely hold arms fixed in place
  • Patent-pending Griplates™ support flat-panel displays and holds the display tight on its mounting
  • Universal mounting arms adjust along poles, providing adjustable placement of flat-panel
  • Wide base for stable support
  • Typically fits displays ranging from 32 - 50 in.

The PSD-TTS is a universal tabletop stand with a silver base that typically fits displays ranging from 32 - 50 in. It features adjustable mounting arms that can be positioned anywhere along vertical chrome posts to achieve the perfect viewing height. The included cosmetic back cover conceals poles and cables for a clean and finished appearance. Patented Griplates™ (US Patent number 8,035,757 B2)hold the flat-panel display permanently in the desired position.

Weight 33.16 lb.| 15.1 kg
Weight Capacity per Mount 160 lb.| 72.7 kg
Number of Mounts 1
Total Weight Capacity 160 lb.| 72.7 kg
Width 32.00 in.| 813 mm
Height 25.00 in.| 635 mm
Mounting Pattern Type Range
Mounting Pattern 200 x 200 (Min) - 775 x 500 (Max) mm
Display Range 32.00 - 55.00 in.
DIM Sizes 17.25 in. (wide) x 4.75 in. (high) x 38.00 in. (deep) | 438 mm x 121 mm x 965 mm
UPC 829973250768
Data Sheet 0.34 MB pdf        Data Sheet w/o Price 0.34 MB pdf
Bid Specification Document 0.01 MB pdf
CAD File 0.15 MB dwg
High Resoluton Image 2.31 MB zip
Manual 0.45 MB pdf

Can I secure the base to something?

Yes. There are mounting points at the rear of the base. Mounting hardware is included for securing to a wood surface.

Do most flat-panels come with bases?

Most consumer models do come with a base. However, a great number of professional flat-panels do not. The PSD-TTS was designed for these professional flat-panel models.

Why is this stand limited to 50 in. flat-panels?

The height of the poles limits the overall height that can be achieved with this stand. Most flat-panels above 50 in. are too tall for the stand and would not pass our tip tests.