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Projector wall mounts from Projectorpoint

Projector Wall Mounts

Wall-mounted projector mounts provide a secure way to mount a projector on a wall. These are commonly used in situations where the projector's position does not require frequent adjustments, such as in classrooms, conference rooms, or places of worship.

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Projector Wall Mounts - Frequently Asked Questions

What is a projector wall mount?

Projector wall mounts are attached to a wall and hold the projector safely and securely at a set distance away from the wall. They come in two options fixed or adjustable distance.

What is the VESA mount standard?

The VESA mount standard is a set of dimensions that specify the spacing between the mounting holes on a projector. The most common VESA mount standards are 100x100mm, 200x200mm, and 300x300mm. You will need to know the VESA mount standard of your projector to choose the correct wall mount. If unsure, contact us and we will be happy to help you.

What weight can my projector wall mount support?

The weight capacity of a wall mount will vary depending on the type of projector and the material of the wall. Be sure to check the weight capacity of the mount (referred to in specs as SWL)  and compare this to the weight of your projector before you purchase it.

How do I install a projector wall mount?

The installation instructions for a projector wall mount will vary depending on the type of mount. However, the general steps are as follows:

  1. Mark the location of the mounting holes on the wall.

  2. Drill pilot holes into the wall. (Ensure you have checked no water pipes or electrical cables are where you are going to drill)

  3. Insert the anchors suitable for the wall construction into the pilot holes.

  4. Attach the mounting plate to the wall.

  5. Attach the projector to the mounting plate.

  6. Adjust the angle of  the projector.  The method for adjusting the angle of your projector will vary depending on the type of mount. However, most mounts will have a mechanism for tilting or swiveling the projector.

How do I hide the projector cables?

There are a few different ways to hide projector cables. You can use cable covers (known as trunking) or run the cables in the wall but this will require the wall to be chased out and then re-plastered to conceal the cables. If opting for this route, we advise you check the cables are working before putting them in wall and best practice is to put in some spare cables for redundancy cover.

How often should I inspect my projector wall mount?

You should inspect your projector wall mount at least twice a year to make sure that it is still secure. If you notice any loose screws or cracks in the mount, you should replace it immediately.

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