Tilting Mount for Flat-Panels up to 160 lb./73 kg

List $210.00 Color: Black

  • Cable and power box access
  • Lateral shift for precise vertical alignment
  • Patented Griplates™ (US Patent number 8,035,757 B2) support the flat-panel and hold the display tight on its mounting brackets
  • Three vertical height mounting options for carts and stands
  • Features patented Clevis mounting brackets for 12° of effortless tilt
  • Mounts to walls, floor stands, carts and ceiling adapters

Tilting mount for flat-panel displays up to 160 lb. Typically fits displays ranging from 37 - 70 in. or displays with a mounting pattern of 200 x 200mm to 800 x 505mm. The CTM-MS2 mounts to walls, floor stands, carts and ceiling adapters. The patented Clevis mounting brackets allow 12° of continuous tilt and built-in lateral shift. Patented Griplates™ (US Patent number 8,035,757 B2), hold the flat-panel display permanently in the desired position.

Weight 23.06 lb.| 10.5 kg
Weight Capacity per Mount 160 lb.| 72.7 kg
Number of Mounts 1
Total Weight Capacity 160 lb.| 72.7 kg
Width 32.88 in.| 835 mm
Height 21.00 in.| 533 mm
Mounting Pattern Type Range
Mounting Pattern 200 x 200 (Min) - 800 x 505 (Max) mm
Tilt +12.00°
DIM Sizes 20.50 in. (wide) x 3.50 in. (high) x 34.00 in. (deep) | 521 mm x 89 mm x 864 mm
UPC 82997315000
Bid Specification Document 0.01 MB pdf
CAD file 3.88 MB dxf
Dimensional Drawing 0.23 MB pdf
High Resoluton Image 0.37 MB jpg
Manual 2.08 MB pdf

How does this mount to a ceiling?

Use a PSD-S ceiling adapter to attach the mount to any length of 1.5 in. NPT pipe or adjustable-height suspension adapters.

Why would I pick this over the P4263T?

The solid back plate and unique bolt pattern found in the center of each CTM Series allows for installation on walls, ceiling adapters or floor stands. The P4263T is meant for wall mounting only.

The CTM-MS2 has been tested with the following OEM products.

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