Tilt Wall Mount Bracket for LCD LED Plasma (Max 165 lbs, 30~63 inch), SILVER, UL Certified
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Ceiling Bracket for Projector (Max 22Lbs) - WHITE
Mount your projector to the ceiling using this Projector Ceiling Bracket from Monoprice!
This universal ceiling mount features three adjustable swing arms designed to adapt to a variety of mounting patterns. It mounts the projector within 6.7" (170mm) of the ceiling and includes support for 360 degrees of rotation, as well as 15 degrees of tilt and roll adjustment. It is constructed of steel and can support up to 22 lbs. (10kg). Hardware for mounting to brick or concrete is included.
Note that this mount is NOT compatible with the Epson PowerLite 83C or the Hitachi CPX 206 projectors.
79.11% of the reviewers recommend this productADD YOUR REVIEW
Not compatible with Dell 4320
- Columbus, OH
- 7/25/2015 2:19:53 PM
Pros: Looks like a very solid construction and great price
Cons: Not compatible with Dell 4320.
Screws did not fit the projector but even after getting the M3 screws from Home Depot the location of the mounting screws does not fit the bracket. Tried using the projector arms pointing inside in a circle to no avail. I can probably mount it but given the arms not in the expected position the projector ends up pointing way up to the ceiling and no way to tilt it and rotate it
by Monoprice Administrator
Thank you for your review on PID 3875. I am truly sorry to hear this bracket was not compatible with your projector. If you would like, I can check if we offer any other projector mounts that would be fit. I would just need you to measure the distance between the closest and furthest mounting holes on the projector. Please let me know if you would like to proceed. Or, if preferred, we also offer tech support via live chat, phone, and email.
Tech Support Associate
It will be great if you help me find a solution. Below is the link to the manual. Look at page 8 for the precise location and measurements of the mounting holes.
by Monoprice Administrator
Looking at this manual, it appears as though the closest mounting holes would be around 3.3" apart and the furthest would be around 4.4" apart. The only options we would have for that spacing would be the following:
PID 8801 (distance of 7.9" from ceiling surface):
PID 8802 (distance of 11.8" to 15.7" from ceiling surface):
and PID 8803 (distance of 15.7" to 23.6" from ceiling surface):
While these brackets have four arms, they can be used with projectors that only have three mounting holes. The extra arm would simply not be used in that case. I hope this helps and please let me know if you have any questions or concerns!
Tech Support Associate
Inexpensive, it works solidly, but tilting is a PAIN.
- Sioux Center, IA
- 2/1/2015 12:20:09 AM
Pros: Inexpensive. Fits the vast majority of projector mounting configurations. Mounting is secure for lighter projectors. Comes with 2 sizes of drop arm.
Cons: Tilting is a pain. I wouldn't approach the recommended weight limit hanging from just drywall with a heavy projector.
I really love Monoprice and most of their products are my "go-to" solutions for my AV needs. I very much wanted to leave a glowing review for this inexpensive mount but as good as it is for the money, you may need to look elsewhere for the "easy" option. I was comparing this to several mounts priced at $30-$50 and decided I'm up to the challenge for the price. The mount fits my Mitsubishi HC900 perfectly well without any complaints. Hanging from the ceiling in my location required hanging from drywall only (no studs) and that was ok with the included hardware. I would prefer to hang at least one of the screws into a stud but I couldn't in this situation. My biggest complaint is the tilting "ability" of the mount. It does tilt but it is very challenging to do. I ended up using an extra long 5mm allen wrench and a pair of needle-nose pliers to loosen and tighten the fixture to get it to "tilt". It works sort of like a swashplate and was very difficult to do by myself. The packaging suggests it can tilt up to 15 degrees. It might do that, but I fussed with it for so long I don't care how far it tilts, if I had a little more more money to throw at the project I would look elsewhere if you want ease of adjustment with projectors that don't offer picture shifting options.
For $12 hard to beat
- West Chester, OH
- 1/9/2015 9:59:59 PM
Pros: Price, mounting flexibility
Cons: Required a fair amount of mechanical aptitude to install
I really didn't want to spend $150 for a ceiling mount for my projector so inspite of mediocre reviews from other users I decided to give this one a try. I must say that for $12 this mount is really hard to beat. I used the mount for my Epson Home Cinema 2030. The projector has a really awkward configuration for the mounting bracket but the monoprice ceiling mounting bracket was actually quite accommodating. I'm fairly mechanically inclined so I was able to get the mount (with projector) installed in about 20mins and it works flawlessly and confidently!
Works but missing some options
- Yukon, OK
- 12/28/2014 6:19:05 PM
Cons: No Leveling adjustment
Can be unstable
Anchor point doesn't fit on a single 2x4
I bought this for my new Epson Home Cinema 3000 projector. You can probably guess the problems I encountered by reading the cons above. First, the anchor point only hits two screws into the stud, so I used a 50lb drywall anchor for the third hole. The other option was to go into the attic and attach a wood block between the studs and anchor to that. The top and bottom of the mount connect with squeezable pins. There is a sticker that says to turns the pins for more security. I found that since the pins were rounded, if I rocked the projector even a fraction of an inch the round pins would slip from their holes and the projector would fall. Once the pins were tightened I feel it is sturdy. I would not trust this mount without this step. I would feel even better if there was an internal safety wire that attached the top to the bottom. Lastly, once the projector was turned on I found it wasn't level. There is no leveling adjustment so I had to loosen the screws on one side to level it. My projector has lens shift so it is very forgiving regarding mounting. This mount may be difficult for some situations but does work and is worth the cheap price. I would prefer they add a few features and charge a few dollars more.
Mount is ok...
- Edison, NJ
- 12/22/2014 11:29:48 AM
Pros: Good price.
Cons: Missing hardware
Wish there more options for extension arm.
Question how secure the "nut spring " attaching is.
Upon arrival the part that connects to the ceiling has 2 bolts that you need to press in order to attach the extension arms. One of the bolts was missing a nut that holds it in place. Without this I was not able to properly put the mount together. I went to a hardware store to get missing nut but instead I found a better option with getting a wall mount instead of a ceiling mount
I would still buy from Monoprice and think the missing hardware is just a 1 off.