Premier Mounts PDS Universal Projector Mount with T-Bar Adapter (White)

BH #PRPDSFCTAW • MFR #PDS-FCTAW
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Key Features
  • Yaw, Tilt & Roll Adjustment
  • Supports 50 Pounds
The PDS Universal Projector Mount with T-Bar Adapter from Premier Mounts is a digital projector ceiling mount for projectors that weigh less than 50 pounds. In addition to the PDS Universal Projector Mount, the kit includes a false ceiling t-frame adapter. It boasts 8 universal legs for easy installation, allowing for perfect projector placement, while remaining hidden above ceiling tiles.
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Expected availability: 7-10 business days
$180.60

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  • This item is noncancelable and nonreturnable.

Premier Mounts PDS Universal Projector Mount with T-Bar Adapter (White)

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Premier Mounts PDS-FCTAW Overview

The PDS Universal Projector Mount with T-Bar Adapter from Premier Mounts is a digital projector ceiling mount for projectors that weigh less than 50 pounds. In addition to the PDS Universal Projector Mount, the kit includes a false ceiling t-frame adapter. It boasts 8 universal legs for easy installation, allowing for perfect projector placement, while remaining hidden above ceiling tiles.

Fits most projectors that are up to 50 pounds in weight
Low-profile design
Includes 8 transformable mounting legs, allowing for unparalleled adjustability
360° yaw, 33° tilt, and 15° roll adjustment
Hides above ceiling tiles
Allows for flexible placement
Includes dual knockouts

Premier Mounts PDS-FCTAW Specs

Mount
Depth From Mounting SourceNot Specified by Manufacturer
Max Equipment SizeNot Specified by Manufacturer
AdjustmentsTilt: 33°
Roll: 15°
Yaw: 360°
General Attributes
ConstructionNot Specified by Manufacturer
DimensionsNot Specified by Manufacturer
Weight Capacity50 lb (22.7kg)
Weight20 lb (9.1kg)
Packaging Info
Package Weight10 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)28 x 12 x 12"
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