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PSD-TTS-B

Tabletop Stand for Flat-Panels up to 160 lb./73 kg

List $299.00 Color: Black

  • Rear cover hides all cables
  • Base may be bolted to surface for added safety
  • Security screws securely hold arms fixed in place
  • Patented Griplates™ (US Patent number 8,035,757 B2) support flat-panel displays and hold the display tight on the mounting brackets
  • Universal mounting arms adjust along poles
  • Wide base for stable support typically fits displays ranging from 32 - 50 in.

The PSD-TTS-B is a universal tabletop stand with a black base that typically fits displays up to 160 lb. or 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 - 50.00 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 829973250911
Bid Specification Document 0.01 MB pdf
CAD File 1.09 MB dxf
Dimensional Drawing 0.15 MB pdf
High Resoluton Image 0.18 MB jpg
Manual 2.37 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-B was designed for these professional flat-panel models.

Why is this stand limited to 50" flat-panels?

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