Constructed of chrome-plated steel, this Impact Wall Plate with 5/8" Locking Receiver is a handy accessory on any type of production set. All that's needed is a flat surface for its base and user-supplied screws to mount it to walls, ceilings, or floors. Alternately, it's often gaffer-taped to apple boxes or the floor to temporarily support lighting equipment at a very low angle. This wall plate can also be used as a speaker or monitor platform when mounted on a stand with a 5/8" top stud or any other gear fitted with a male 5/8" pin.
- Accepts 5/8" Diameter Pin
- Chrome-Plated Steel Construction
- 8 Anchor Points
- Hole for Safety Cable
Impact SRP-123P Overview
Impact SRP-123P Specs
5/8" / 16 mm Receiver
L: 3.2 x W: 6.0" / L: 8.2 x W: 15.2 cm (Base)
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)|
6.2 x 3.5 x 3.45"
Impact SRP-123P Reviews
Perfect for my application: An inexpensive posing table
I wanted a posing table, but knowing I wouldn't use it that much, there was no way I was going to spend a lot of ,money on one. And, many of the lesser posing tables get some bad reviews. So, because I already had everything except a way to connect the table top to legs, this turned out to be a simple, inexpensive solution! Works great -though not the most stable, good enough for my needs.
works as expected
Using it for a small, adjustable height posing table. It holds the board firmly.
It's a wall plate, pretty good
A lot cheaper than an avenger, not as good quality wise, but does the job.
Nice, durable finish. Paired with a knurled or hex pin, it will hold a lot of levered hardware. Strong welds.
High quality! Great value!
This is a nice baby receiver plate. If you remove the knob it can work as male junior pin. You can use it in many ways, not just as a baby wall receiver plate!!!
High quality construction
Very well made
Well made plate
I was in need of a plate and this one, from Impact looks very well made. Hasn't used it yet, but it looks solid!!!
Not using it as a wall plate. There are many uses instead. 1. by screwing a 12x12 board to the top, It mounts on any stand to support a laptop for those zoom calls on the set. 2. Again on top of any light stand, I taped a small Roland speaker to the top to enable audio for an event. I am sure to think of many other uses.
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