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Peerless PA730 Paramount Pro Articulating Wall Mount for 10-29" Monitors/TV

Peerless Pro PLSPA730/BK Articulating Wall Mount, For 10-29" Monitors/TV VESA 75 & 100mm

Scan code: LN80219 Manufacturer code: PLSPA730/BK
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Product Overview Ideally suited for LCD/TFT Monitors or TV's upto 29" the Paramount PP730 pivoting wall mount gives you a wide range of screen adjustment to obtain a better viewing angle.

The PP730 allows you to tilt & swivel your screen forward or back, pan left or right and even extend your flat panel screen away from the wall.

• Quick and easy to install.
• Ideally suited for LCD screens up to 24" in size, up to 11kg (25lbs) in weight.
• Accommodates VESA® 75 and 100 mounting patterns.
• One touch tilt allows screen to be angled forwards/back up to 35° in each direction.
• Double arm construction allows screen to be extended up to 367mm from wall.
• Level adjustment allows the screen to be turned +/- 5° even when installed for screen perfect alignment.
• Three adjustable pivot points for versatile screen positioning.
• Integrated cable management system controls connecting cables with movement of arm.
• Gloss black finish.
• UL/TUV safety certified. Features Color: High-gloss black
Design: Tilt & Swivel
Features: Scratch-resistant , Swivel adjustment
Material: Anodized aluminum , Steel
Mounting Components: Articulating arm , Mounting adapter
Recommended Display Size: 10"-29" - upto 21Kg
Recommended Display Size (metric): 25.4 - 73.66 cm
Recommended Use: LVD Monitors/LCD TV
Tilt & Swivel: Yes
Type: Mounting kit

Dimensions & Weight
Adjustable Depth: 1.22 in - 14.45 in
Adjustable Width: 4.7 in - 9 in
Height: 5.5 in
Weight: 3.31 lbs

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12 months
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DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
12 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Scan Computers International Limited
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Peerless PA730 Paramount Pro Articulating Wall Mount for 10-29" Monitors/TV
Peerless PA730 Paramount Pro Articulating Wall Mount for 10-29" Monitors/TV