TV Wall Mount for Monitors 14” to 32”, Full Motion Articulating Bracket - Black

Long Arm TV Mount
  • VESA Compliant 75x75, 100x100, 200x200
  • Full Motion Bracket with Tilt (-5 to 15)
  • 3”-13” Extension from Wall
  • For 14” to 32” Screens
  • 33 lbs. Maximum Load Capacity
  • Cable Management
$25.12 / Each (USD)
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Description

Long Arm TV Mount with Full Motion Features

The long arm TV mount is a full motion flat panel display for 14” to 32” screens. The maximum weight capacity the unit can hold is a 33 lb. monitor. An extending support on the articulating TV mount positions the plasma closer or further from the wall depending on where viewers are in the room. In addition, the wall plate allows movement left and right while the bracket tilts up and down so onlookers can have an optimal picture no matter where they are seated. An integrated bubble leveler on the TV mount keeps plasma screens straight. Cable management included with the articulating flat panel bracket maintains otherwise messy wires and cords for a clean look.

Specifications

SKU S1MT1432BK
Overall Width x Height 9.0" x 9.0"
Overall Depth Range x (Inches) 2.8" x 13.3"
Weight 2.0lbs
Material Aluminum
Color Black
Placement Style Wall Mounted
Orientation Portrait, Landscape
Features Rotating, Tilting
Monitor Size Range, (inches) 14, 32
VESA Size 75x75, 100x100, 200x200
Max Distance from Wall 13.0"
Bracket Type Tilting, Rotating, Articulating, Panning
Max Monitor Weight 33.0lbs

Ordering Information

In Stock
Order by 3PM Eastern Time US for same day shipping.

Resources: Manuals, Videos, & Templates

Download S1MT1432BK Assembly Instructions

Filename: s1mt1432bk_assembly instructions.pdf (133.26 KB)

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Overall 5 out of 5 | 2 reviews


5 / 5
tv mount
on Verified Purchase
works just like I expected

5 / 5
Top quality
on Verified Purchase
Well made/really strong. I had to cut about 1 1/2 inches off the bottom as the two lower pieces covered the power inlet and some of the RCA jacks. Other than that it works just as I had expected.

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