If you need to set up a video display but don't require a very large screen, the Peerless Industries LCFS-100S LCD Screen Pedestal Stand provides an ideal mounting solution for 10-30" LCD panels weighing up to 40 lbs. The stand can be used in a variety of settings, such as retail stores, fitness studios, auditoriums, or anywhere a pedestal-mounted LCD screen is needed.
The stand is easy to set up, and features height and swivel adjustment, internal cord management, and VESA-compliant mounting hole patterns. The silver, all-steel pedestal stand can be used free-standing with LCD panels weighing up to 25 lbs. When used with panels weighing 25-40 lbs, the stand can be bolted to the floor with the included hardware.
- Designed for 10-30" Screens
Have several different sizes of LCD screens that need to be displayed? You can match the screen size to each application with only one size stand. That's because this Peerless LCFS-100S pedestal stand is designed for use with LCD screens in sizes ranging from 10-30".
- Supports Screens up to 40 lbs
When bolted to the floor using the included hardware, the LCFS-100S can support LCD screens weighing up to 40 lbs. However, the stand can be used free-standing with screens weighing up to 25 lbs.
- Height Adjustment
You can adjust the height of this versatile pedestal stand to match the size of your screen and your venue. The stand's height adjusts easily from 60.75-80" (154.3-203.2 cm).
- Wide Swivel Range
The adaptable stand features a wide swivel range of up to 90° on each side of the head, for a total of 180°.
- VESA Compliant
The LCFS-100S comes with an adapter plate to support screens with VESA-compliant 75 and 100 mounting hole patterns.
- Internal Cord Management
With the Peerless pedestal stand, you don't have to worry about unsightly and unsafe loose cords because they're hidden and protected by the unit's main tube.
- Adjustable Feet
- If your application or venue requires it, the stand's feet can be moved inward along the tubular base to accommodate various applications. For safety reasons, the stand must be bolted down if the feet are not fully extended.