- Our new Fireplace mount fits most 32" - 75" LED and LCD Flat Panel HDTV flat screens
- Our new Fireplace mount fits most 32" - 60" Plasma Flat Panel HDTV flat screens
- 30" travel with 4" mantel depth
- 24" travel with 12" mantel depth
- Built in tension system
- Swings out and around obstacles such as fireplace mantels that are 14.5" and less
- Automatically locks when in the up position
- Profile from wall fully collapsed: 4.4"
- Extension from wall: 15"
- Fully lowered depth from wall: 10"
- Weight capacity 110 lbs.
- Attaches to two studs on 16" centers
- Tilt range -4/6 degrees in the down position
- Fits VESA sizes: 200x200 up to the maximum 691x502mm
- Wall Plate dimensions: 22" w x 10.75" H
- Mount assembly total height 23.6"
- Integrated cable management system built in
To get as
much downward travel as possible when mounting above a mantel it is very
important that you put extra thought into the mounting process. In
general, the higher the Down and Out Mount is above the mantel the more
downward travel you will get. Also, the lower the television is attached
on the mount, the higher the Down and Out Mount can be mounted to the wall.
and drawing below can be used together to figure out how much downward travel
you will get with different mantel depths and heights above the mantel.
The smaller table tells you the minimum height the television needs to be
mounted above the mantel.
example, you want to find the downward travel [T] when you have a 9 inch mantel
depth [D] and you mount the bottom of the mount 5 inches above the mantel
[H]. First find the corresponding [D] and look down the column and find
the closest [H], which in this case is 5.75 and 4.75. Round up to be on
the safe side to the 5.75 inches [H]. Now go left along the row and find
the corresponding Travel [T]. In this case you will get a downward travel
of at least 25.5 inches.
out the clearance needed between the bottom of the television and the
mantel in the up position to ensure the television will not hit the
mantel is much easier. Simply find the mantel depth [D], in this example
9 inches, and go down the column and find the corresponding height, which is 2.75