Premier Mounts GB-MS2 Flat Panel Mount Preview
The new tilting GB-MS2 Storage Mount for Flat-Panels up to 63" (diagonal in size) packs all the features needed to securely mount a flat-panel display and discreetly store a PC media device behind the display, making it perfect for digital signage applications. The mounting brackets feature the patented Clevis plate-and-sliding-rod system for effortless, continuous tilt up to 12 degrees to optimize the viewing angle. It also includes the patented Griplate system to safely support the display.
Mount the GB-MS2 to a wall or use a Premier Mounts adapter to mount it to a cart, floor stand or ceiling. This versatile mount includes cross straps that allows the flat panel to be mounted anywhere along the width of the mount, even at the center.
- Mounts to walls, floor stands, carts and ceiling adapters
- Three vertical height mounting options for carts and stands
- Patented Griplate system holds display securely in place
- Built-in lateral shift
- Extensive hardware pack including exclusive universal spacers
- Cable and power box access
- Model: GB-MS2
- Display Range: 37"-63"
- Weight Capacity: 175 lbs. (79 kg)
- Tilt: 12 degrees
- Mounting Pattern: 200x200mm (Min) - 800x500mm (Max)
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About Premier Mounts
A global leader in developing and delivering innovative mounting solutions, Premier Mounts has been at the forefront of the A/V industry for more than 30 years. Pioneering the modern concept of universal A/V mounting hardware and developing a magnitude of industry firsts, Premier Mounts has opened new opportunities to installing A/V technology in businesses, schools, hospitality and residential settings. With extensive in-house design and fabrication capabilities of its Premier Custom division, Premier Mounts is able to address the most challenging A/V installation scenarios. Today, Premier Mounts’ employees around the world are committed to achieving the company’s core value of “creating positive customer experiences”.