Ceiling Bracket for Projector (Max 44 lbs.)
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    Ceiling Bracket for Projector (Max 44 lbs.)

    This is a versatile, high quality, universal ceiling mount for projectors.

    Features:

    • Steel construction
    • Four fully adjustable and extendable swing arms to accomodate various mounting patterns
    • Removeable extention arm with variable height adjustment including 4.7" (120mm) and 16.9" ~ 25.6" (430 ~ 650 mm)
    • 15degree tilt, pitch and yawl adjustment
    • Glossy white painted finish
    • Mounting hardware included
    • Maximum load capacity 44 lbs. (20kg)
    • Mounting holes on projector can be a maximum of 10.5" apart
    • Ceiling plate measures 3.9" x 3.9" square
    • Cieling plate holes are 3" apart

    Not compatible with the Epson PowerLite 83C, Epson Powerlite Home 720, or Hitachi CPX 206!



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    Can this be used as a floor facing projector mount?
    Christi M on Dec 1, 2016
    BEST ANSWER: Hello, thank you for your question. This item is only tested for use with mounting on the ceiling so it is not recommended to use it in any other orientation. I hope this clarifies your inquiry. Thanks!
    Will this work on a sloped/vaulted ceiling?
    Jason M on Jun 9, 2017
    4.4 / 5.0
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    Great Mount
    This mount is easily worth the money. I could have paid double for it and still thought it was a great deal. I bought one from wayfair for my last house for $80, and it was junk compared to this mount. It was easy to put together and only took a couple of minutes to get it perfectly adjusted.

    PROS: Very easy to install. Very sturdy.

    CONS: I had to turn part of the mounting brackets inside out in order to fit my Optoma HD26. It works great, but it took a little while to figure out.
    December 30, 2014
    Excellent Mount Excellent Price
    I purchased this mount to attach my projector to a vaulted ceiling. The mount is very sturdy and it's instructions are very clear. I had the whole mount unpackaged and installed in less than an hour.

    The adjustments were easy to make, and the set screws didn't throw it out of adjustment.

    I would recommend this mount to anyone looking for a flat or sloped ceiling application.
    November 8, 2009
    4/5
    Product quality, delivery and price excellent.

    Mount attachment to Sony VW40 projector was fine - a little tweaking to get the best balance, but once determined worked well.

    I had a complex ceiling situation (8 ceiling drop at mount location) which required careful extension height determination. Once determined I cut both extensions ~4) and drilled two holes one for friction stop hold down and one for bolt to pass through both extentions for additional security (used one of the 2 screws from unused extension), I wanted 100% certainty that extension was fixed.

    The above work would have been required most likely with any mount purchased.

    Once installed function is great, I was really pleased with final result.



    June 23, 2008
    3/5
    I expected to have to do a little modifying after reading the previous reviews - and so it was.
    The end result was fine after working through the following snags.
    (1) Two of the legs were too short for my Epson 1080UB so I had to make some lengtheners using shelf brackets - worked fine.
    (2) The tilt mechanism is at the bottom of the bracket which is really quite stupid. The tilt should be at the top when it is mounted on a vaulted ceiling. I modified it to reduce the stresses so there is only a small angle from vertical.
    (3) Don't trust the clamp. If it lets go everything drops. Drilled a hole and installed a set screw. Solved that problem in 5 minutes.

    Overall though, once installed, it looks and works well and the price is definitely right. I bought this unit, not mainly for the price, but because of the length of the extensions. If you're handy with tools and don't mind monkeying a bit to get the mount to work, it is good value for the money.
    February 29, 2008
    2/5
    Price is good but I had three significant problems with it

    1) Should come with two short mounting arm extenders, in addition to the supplied ones, to substitute for the long ones to be able to mount on projectors with smaller spacing between mount holes. I had to invert the long mounting arm extenders to get it to fit (just barely) my Marantz VP4001 and it looks awkward with the extra 2.5 of arms sticking out into space someday I may cut them down with a hacksaw and paint the ends white, but didn't have time when I mounted my projector yesterday.

    2) Inadequate range of vertical adjustment. Although you can raise and lower the mount by between 8 and 20 or so with the extension tube, if you need to extend the mount just a few inches lower than attaching the mount base directly to the ceiling, there's no way to do it with the mount itself and included hardware. I had screw a placque-shaped spacer I made with a section of 2x8 into the ceiling and attache the mount to that in order to get the right vertical drop. Tip be extra careful in measuring where your projector needs to be located (probably need a friend to help you) and set your projector's vertical image shift to zero to give yourself extra adjustability. The mount gives you a short range of vertical adjustment by swiveling the bracket up and down to the front and back of the curved, elongated hole, but the range of motion was not sufficient and I needed to extend that curved mounting adjustment hole by hollowing it out further with a small round file and dremel.

    3) Both of the small retaining bolts for the curved, elongated vertical adjustment holes stripped. Not sure if if the problem is the bolts or the metal plate on that part of the bracket into which the bolts screw, but there's no excuse for making such a critical portion of the mount out of weak, soft pot metal when there is no other means of securing the vertical travel of the mount. Mine is holding in the proper place now, but just barely and I anticipate I'll have to retap the holes and use larger diameter bolts.

    I made my own mount based on the AVSForums (where Monoprice advertises and which generates a huge amount of business for the company) DIY ceiling mount plans for my old Infocus 4805 projector and it was a sturdier, more adjustable mount that, unlike this one, allowed me to conceal my video cables in the downtube. I should have made another one for my new projector - in the end, it wouldn't have required any additional time on my part.
    January 2, 2008
    Does not work on an angled ceiling!?!?
    The description makes you think it will work on an angled ceiling like a cathedral ceiling but it does not. There is an adjustable bracket at the Bottom of the pole but not at the top.

    MP - please in the least offer a cathedral version and say on the description for this one that it does not work on a sloped ceiling.

    PROS: looks great and strudy

    CONS: I have a cathedral ceiling and this won't work.
    December 16, 2015
    Great bracket
    Just installed an Epson HD projector to the ceiling. Very easy to install.

    PROS: Will fit with any projector.
    Very solid

    CONS: None
    April 13, 2011
    5/5
    Great hardware for little money! Granted the fine-tuning is not as precise as the expensive ones, but I have had no problems with stability or getting loose with it in daily use (classroom) for 8 months. Will buy another for the next classroom I do!
    February 6, 2008
    nice
    I like it.

    PROS: Worked perfect

    CONS: none
    February 6, 2013
    Great product!
    I used this mount for the new Epson 8500. I buy cable and connectors through monoproce for my DIY projects at home and have always been pleased, so I was buying cable for the new projector project and almost didn't think of seaching here for a mount. I thought I was going to need to spend at least $100 on a universal mount through a projector store, or even worse, buy the Epson mount which was over $200. I figured for $20 I could afford to take a gamble on this one. Outstanding mount, worked perfectly in my situation! I did my homework, and knew in advance that the maximum spacing for this mount is not big enough for the Epson 8500. Low and behold in the same search result on monoprice, there was an adapter plate available, so I bought the two items, and had to make some small modifications and drill a couple new holes in the adapter plate, but all in all, a great result. I didn't use the extension, so I can't comment on that.
    January 11, 2010

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