Chief TPM2420 Large Tilt Pole Mount

Chief TPM2420 Large Tilt Pole Mount

Chief TPM2420 Large Tilt Pole Mount

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Chief TPM2420 Large Tilt Pole Mount

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Product Highlights

  • Color - Black
  • Screen Sizes - 42 to 71"
  • Load Capacity - 150 lb (68 kg)
  • 3 Tilt Adjustment Options
  • Supports Truss/Pole Static Mount
  • Supports Pole Pitch-adjustable Mount
  • Supports Truss Pitch-adjustable Mount
  • Pitch Adjustment for Side-to-side Pivot
  • Q-Latch Mounting System
  • Supports Portrait/Landscape Orientation
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The Chief TPM2420 Large Tilt Pole Mount allows you to pole mount large flat panel displays that are used in exhibits, retail, and digital signage applications. Compatible with 42 to 71" (107 cm to 180 cm) flat panel displays, the pole mount can handle loads up to 150 lb (68 kg).

With support for ±15 º tilt on gravity centered axis point, lockable tilt, pre-set tilt locking points at 0º/5º/10º/15 º, the pole mount enables easy and quick alignment of multiple displays. The Tilt Pole Mount supports mounting options such as Truss/Pole static mount, Pole Pitch-adjustable mount, and Truss Pitch-adjustable mount.

You can install the mount horizontally and make use of pitch adjustment for side-to-side pivot. In addition, the pole mount can be installed on vertical or horizontal truss. The Tilt Pole Mount uses the Q-Latch mounting system to secure the flat panel display to the mount with a lockable latch. In addition, the mount can be used to mount the flat panels in portrait or landscape orientation.

Using the optional PAC400/MAC400 accessory, the Tilt Pole Mount can be rotated without removing the screen. With the help of optional padlock, you can secure the display to the mount. In addition, the pole mount is compatible with a wide range of TPK clamp accessories.

Allows you to pole mount large flat panel displays that are used in exhibits, retail, and digital signage applications
Compatible with 42 to 71" (107 cm to 180 cm) flat panel displays
Can handle loads up to 150 lb (68kg)
Supports ±15 º tilt on gravity centered axis point, lockable tilt, and pre-set tilt locking points at 0º/5º/10º/15º
Enables easy and quick alignment of multiple displays
Supports mounting options such as Truss/Pole static mount, Pole Pitch-adjustable mount, and Truss Pitch-adjustable mountc
You can install the mount horizontally and make use of pitch adjustment for side-to-side pivot
Can be installed on vertical or horizontal truss
Uses the Q-Latch mounting system to secure the flat panel display to the mount with a lockable latch
Can be used to mount the flat panels in portrait or landscape orientation
Can be rotated without removing the screen using the optional PAC400/MAC400 accessory
You can secure the display to the mount with the help of optional padlock
Compatible with a wide range of TPK clamp accessories
TPS (Truss/Pole static mount)/TPM (Pole Pitch-adjustable mount) supports truss systems up to 14" (OD)
Truss/Pole clamps accommodates a large range of truss and pole dimensions
Features finishing cover accessories for attractive look and feel
Features cover hardware that provides added security
UPC: 841872141732
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Chief TPM2420 Large Tilt Pole Mount
  • 10-Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Color Black
    Minimum Depth 3.4" (86.4 mm)
    Mounting Pattern Compatibility (Universal Version) 200 x 200 mm - 862 x 517 mm
    Orientation Landscape, Portrait
    Post-Installation Leveling (Roll) Yes
    Solution Type Custom
    Typical Screen Sizes 42 to 71" (107 cm to 180 cm)
    Weight Capacity 150 lb (68 kg)
    Dimensions 16.2 x 17.1 x 3.4" (412 x 433 x 86 mm)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 23.0 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 39.5 x 20.0 x 5.25"

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