Premier Mounts PTM-B Universal Tilt/Pivot Mount for LCD Displays

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Premier Mounts PTM-B Universal Tilt/Pivot Mount for LCD Displays
Key Features
  • +/-15° Tilt/Pivot
  • Radial Glide Technology
  • 360° Screen Rotation
The PTM-B is a Universal Tilt/Pivot Mount from Premier Mounts. The PTM-B features Radial Glide Technology for smooth adjustments and cable management to route your cables directly in to the wall for a neat appearance.
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Premier Mounts PTM Overview

The PTM-B is a Universal Tilt/Pivot Mount from Premier Mounts. The PTM-B features Radial Glide Technology for smooth adjustments and cable management to route your cables directly in to the wall for a neat appearance.

UPC: 829973101114

Premier Mounts PTM Specs

Compatibility
Weight Capacity50 lb / 22.7 kg
Mounting-Hole Pattern75 x 75 to 200 x 200 mm
Number of Displays Supported1
Adjustments
Tilt Adjustment-15 to +15°
Screen Pivot (Arm)-15 to +15°
OrientationLandscape, Portrait
General
Distance from Mounting Surface3.0" / 7.6 cm
Dimensions2.8 x 9.8 x 4.8" / 7.1 x 24.9 x 12.2 cm
Weight6 lb / 3 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight6.8 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)10.236 x 9.213 x 3.701"
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Can you tell me if this Wall Mount allows to rotate the display once mounted into landscape and portrait mode without removing it from the wall ?Please let me know.Thanks a lot in advance.Roberto.
Asked by: Roberto G.
Hi Roberto, I ended up buying about 10 of these and other options trying to get the right one.... I am using a 40 inch monitor so with that being said I was having trouble finding the right amount of pressure to hold our 40 inch monitor and be able to adjust it and let it hold itself in place. Mine seemed to droop over time or I had to wrench the bolt so hard it couldn't move. Now that being said I did buy this product but this one didn't make the cut for my particular use (but my use was for a TelePrompting system for 40in monitors) You might have more success than I did with a smaller monitor. Steven
Answered by: Steven S.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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