ARM2502B

Majestic 2-Piece Swing Arm

Majestic 2-Piece Swing Arm

Description

The Majestic 2-Piece Swing Arm is designed to lock a television against the wall during transit.

Features

  • Double linkages can bend and turn to fit almost any application
  • Lockable grub screws
  • Perfect choice for multiple application installations
List Price
$115.00
Your Price
$107.03
In Stock

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Details

The ARM2502 comes with a locking pin designed to lock your TV against the wall during transit. This arm provides the perfect solution to most installations.

Excellent for wall mounting, simply lift the locking pin and the arm swings out to 410mm from the wall. With double linkages this arm can bend and turn to fit almost any application.

The Vesa bracket plate fits 75mm - 100mm - and 125mm mounting arrangements with lockable grub screws. So, you can have the TV fixed to the bracket or unlock the screws and remove it from the bracket and take the TV with you.

The ARM2502 is the perfect choice for multiple application installations.

Notable Specifications:
  • Weight Capacity: 10 kg (22.05 lbs)
  • TV Size: 10" to 22"
  • Mounting: 75mm Vesa, 100mm Vesa, 125mm Vesa all included
  • Extension: 90mm to 410mm with locking pin
  • Dimensions: Against wall: 270mm (10.63")H x 195mm (7.68")W x 80mm (3.15")D
    Extended: 270mm (10.63")H x 80mm (3.15")W x 410mm (16.14")D
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Majestic 2-Piece Swing Arm ARM2502B 2-piece swing arm with locking pin
$107.03
In Stock

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