Chief Large Flat Panel Swing Arm Wall Display Mount, 25" Extension (Silver)

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Chief Large Flat Panel Swing Arm Wall Display Mount, 25" Extension (Silver)
Key Features
  • Universal Mount for 42 - 86" Displays
  • Adjustable Viewing Angles
View large flat panel displays up to 86" or 200 lbs. from any angle with the silver PNRUS Large Flat Panel Swing Arm Wall Display Mount, from Chief. Rugged, versatile, and installer-friendly, the PNRUS is designed for installations that require a solid dual swing arm with shorter extension. The dual arms extend up to 25" from the wall, swivels up to 90° left or right of center, and does not include interface bracket (adds 0.5 - 1.5").
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Chief PNR-U Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2
  • 3Fast Installation
  • 4<BR>Viewer Friendly
  • 5<BR>Proven Quality

View large flat panel displays up to 86" or 200 lbs. from any angle with the silver PNRUS Large Flat Panel Swing Arm Wall Display Mount, from Chief. Rugged, versatile, and installer-friendly, the PNRUS is designed for installations that require a solid dual swing arm with shorter extension. The dual arms extend up to 25" from the wall, swivels up to 90° left or right of center, and does not include interface bracket (adds 0.5 - 1.5").

The PNRUS was designed for fast installation and includes a universal interface bracket making it compatible with hundreds of flat panel displays from 42-86" or 200 lbs. However, you should check to see that this mount will work with your specific screen model.

Mount comes complete with all required hardware for installation

Fast Installation

Wall bracket can be placed on wall using convenient mounting guides for a hassle-free installation.
The PNRUS ships with the support posts for the dual arms centered in the mount. The support posts can be moved laterally right or left of center to readily accommodate sites with limited wall space. The mount also has post-installation height adjustment and tilt adjustment that spans 5° up and 15° down for installation flexibility.
ClickConnect mounting system provides easy connect/disconnect without any tools. An audible click confirms panels are locked in place. Add a padlock to protect the display from theft.
Q-Latch Mounting System simplifies installation. It uses a lockable latch to safely secure display to the mount. Provides quick display connect/disconnect and is compatible with multiple accessories.
Integrated lateral shift up to 9", 4.5" or left/right (22.9 and 11.4 cm, respectively)
Built-in cable management channels inside the arms provides quick and easy routing of cables.
Post-installation height adjustment up to 1" (25.4 mm) for installation flexibility.
Wall protection rubber stops protect the wall when arms are collapsed.

<BR>Viewer Friendly

Extends 25" (63.5 cm) from the wall, only 3-1/4" (8.26 cm) deep when collapsed.
Independently adjustable tension at pivot points provides customized control.
Centris Select tilt mechanism lets you select the suitable tension for your screen's center of gravity to achieve smooth fingertip tilt. Screen angle stays set until you decide to re-adjust.
Swivel up to 90° left or right (depending upon screen size).

<BR>Proven Quality

UL-listed
Designed with cast components and steel uprights to securely hold displays up to 200 lbs.
Mount goes through a series of rigorous tests to ensure a safe and secure installation.
Backed by a 10-year warranty.
UPC: 841872051550

Chief PNR-U Specs

Compatibility
Supported Screen Sizes42 to 86" / 106.7 to 218.4 cm
Weight Capacity200 lb / 90.7 kg
Mounting-Hole Pattern200 x 200 to 800 x 400 mm
Adjustments
OrientationLandscape, Portrait
General
Construction MaterialSteel
Distance from Mounting Surface3.3 to 25.00" / 8.3 to 63.5 cm
Dimensions21.2 x 27.1 x 3.3" / 53.8 x 68.7 x 8.4 cm
Packaging Info
Package Weight72.1 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)43 x 25.75 x 6.25"
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