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Majestic Adapter Plate f/200 x 100 VESA Conversion

Majestic Adapter Plate f/200 x 100 VESA Conversion
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Adapter Plate f/200 x 100 VESA Conversion

The Majestic AD200 is designed as an Adaptor plate for the end of a bracket with a VESA of 100x100, to fit to the back a flat screen TV with a VESA of 200 x 100.

The Majestic AD200 is designed as an Adaptor plate for the end of a bracket with a VESA of 100x100, to fit to the back a flat screen TV with a VESA of 200x100.

IMPORTANT: You should only use an adaptor plate with a bracket that is rated to hold the size and weight of your TV.  Especially if you intend on using a swing arm bracket.

The Majestic range of brackets have a VESA of up to 100x100.  The AD200 acts as an adaptor plate which fits to the 100x100 VESA mount bracket, allowing you to use the 200x100 hole spacing to fit to the 200x100 VESA on the TV.

Majestic do not recommend fitting a 32" TV to a swing arm bracket when being used in the mobile environment.  Majestic recommend pairing the AD200 with the BKT100 and will cover warranty on this combination.  

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Majestic Adapter Plate f/200 x 100 VESA Conversion AD200 MAJESTIC ADAPTER PLACE 100MM TO 200MM FOR 32" MAJESTIC TV
$19.95
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