• Video Secu Swivel Tilt Universal Projector Ceiling Mount Bracket Fits Flat And Vaulted Ceiling With 2
  • Video Secu Swivel Tilt Universal Projector Ceiling Mount Bracket Fits Flat And Vaulted Ceiling With 2
  • Video Secu Swivel Tilt Universal Projector Ceiling Mount Bracket Fits Flat And Vaulted Ceiling With 2
  • Video Secu Swivel Tilt Universal Projector Ceiling Mount Bracket Fits Flat And Vaulted Ceiling With 2
  • Video Secu Swivel Tilt Universal Projector Ceiling Mount Bracket Fits Flat And Vaulted Ceiling With 2
  • Video Secu Swivel Tilt Universal Projector Ceiling Mount Bracket Fits Flat And Vaulted Ceiling With 2
  • Video Secu Swivel Tilt Universal Projector Ceiling Mount Bracket Fits Flat And Vaulted Ceiling With 2
  • Video Secu Swivel Tilt Universal Projector Ceiling Mount Bracket Fits Flat And Vaulted Ceiling With 2
  • Video Secu Swivel Tilt Universal Projector Ceiling Mount Bracket Fits Flat And Vaulted Ceiling With 2
Video Secu Swivel Tilt Universal Projector Ceiling Mount Bracket Fits Flat And Vaulted Ceiling With 2
Video Secu Swivel Tilt Universal Projector Ceiling Mount Bracket Fits Flat And Vaulted Ceiling With 2
Video Secu Swivel Tilt Universal Projector Ceiling Mount Bracket Fits Flat And Vaulted Ceiling With 2
Video Secu Swivel Tilt Universal Projector Ceiling Mount Bracket Fits Flat And Vaulted Ceiling With 2
Video Secu Swivel Tilt Universal Projector Ceiling Mount Bracket Fits Flat And Vaulted Ceiling With 2
Video Secu Swivel Tilt Universal Projector Ceiling Mount Bracket Fits Flat And Vaulted Ceiling With 2
Video Secu Swivel Tilt Universal Projector Ceiling Mount Bracket Fits Flat And Vaulted Ceiling With 2
Video Secu Swivel Tilt Universal Projector Ceiling Mount Bracket Fits Flat And Vaulted Ceiling With 2
Video Secu Swivel Tilt Universal Projector Ceiling Mount Bracket Fits Flat And Vaulted Ceiling With 2

Video Secu Swivel Tilt Universal Projector Ceiling Mount Bracket Fits Flat And Vaulted Ceiling With 2

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  • Mounting arms removable and extendable, 3" extra extension adaptor included
  • Without extension pole, the height is 5.9"; With extension pole, height adjust from 18.1" to 26.7" (45.9-67.8 cm); Ceiling plate adjustable 0 to 90 degree swivel
  • Heavy duty steel construction, Maximum loading 44 lbs (20 kgs); Rotate adjustment left and right 5 degrees
  • Integrated cable management; Exclusive "No-slip" adjustment system; Lock in any position; Easily release and lock
  • Standard size hardware,comprehensive installation manual included.VideoSecu brand. Please report to Amazon.com if you recieve a mount without VideoSecu logo

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Lots of adjustment slightly unclear instuctions easy to bump out of alignment Took some noodling to get the mount "legs" set up right for my projector (acer h6510bd) they state the center of gravity of the projector should be at the down rod. This ment cleverly flipping some of the leg feet and then installing the bracketry. The assembly is confusing because the amount of parts they give you and only refer to things as m-l or m-n which means going back and referencing the first page and back and forth again and again. They don't nessisarly state the bushings need to be on both sides of certain parts but it can somewhat be infered by the diagram which isn't drawn to scale.Word of warning as well the plate that goes on the wall/ceiling they imply is mounted the same direction of the joists in a joisted ceiling which is ok IF your screen is down joist but otherwise you'll end up with a projector facing the side wall if you follow the rest of the instructions.. so bottom line is I'd advise mocking everything up first before doing anything permanent.My next gripe is the amount if adjustment makes it such that even if everything is tight plugging in a cable or something can knock the projector out of alignment.Last gripe is apparently my projector fan isn't perfectly ballanced and this mount does a good job of using the cealing as a speaker which wasn't a problem before.Past that it seems like a good mount and was reasonably priced 3great for the price, a lot of adjustments, but could use some mods. great bang for the buck mount. it works with my 3 point projector InFocus 3118HD.Pros, seems strong. cheap. i could have went with the cheaper unit (without the extension), but i wanted to make sure i would have it, if i needed it.a few issues, maybe just nit picks.1) i mounted the ceiling bracket sideways. because my beams run left to right (not back to front). i think the part marked "90 degree swivel adjustment" should be a "180 degree swivel adjustment" it seems like the projector wants to drop down a little lower, like it wants to center itself at 91 degrees. if that makes sense. think of looking at a swing set from the side. the swing naturally sits at the bottom. what if the swing was sitting forward a few degrees (as if the set was on a hill). i think projector wants to drop down to center a micro centimeter more.i want the option of being able to move it just a bit more on that access. i may later take it down and use my drill to drill out that quarter circle of an opening just a bit more. or i might place a small spacer on one side of the mount which would offset the swivel opening so the projector can hang down and center itself a tad better.i am finding it difficult to get a perfect line up with my screen, but not sure its because this small issue.2) the way the bracket (piece that is screwed onto your projector) connects to the mount (piece bolted to ceiling) is funky. the bracket is drastically less wide then the mount, so you have to use a spacer on one side, but it doesnt matter because the screw that goes through the "90 degree swivel" opening (i mentioned above) is short and pulls the bracket right to the mount (on 1 side). why not just make the bracket piece wider?3) if they made it wider it could fix issue 3. there is no way to tighten the "10 degree rotation adjustment" screws. they are 2 screws in a tight spot. i was able to use my finger a bit, maybe i need a slim wrench?, if they widened the piece above the screws, and put the screws in the other direction (screwed down rather than screwed up) you would have more room to tighten them.any tips on getting it to frame on the screen better are always welcome! 4If you have a small projector, be prepared to wing it. Be Prepared to Dig In.If you have a smaller projector be prepared to do some minor surgery. The supplied head was too big for my small Samsung HX300.First thing, make sure it fits your projector!I had to remove the 4 leg extensions and turn over the remaining legs to secure it to the projector.Once it's mounted correctly it's solid and bullet proof.Some things to look out for:The instructions don't tell you what size drill to use for the supplied lag bolt to drill into the stud. I used 3/16" and it worked perfectly.The kit doesn't come with wall anchors for drywall, only for mounting to concrete. I used #14 1 1/2" from HD and used a 5/16" drill bit they worked perfectly.The instructions are too small and tiny to be useful, what they do detail zoom isn't too useful.I pretty much ended up winging this assembly but I knew I could make it work and once installed it's solid as a rock. I used the center hold into a stud and the two outer holes for wall anchors. It's not going anywhere. 4This worked fine for Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 2030 Able to set it up in about 2 hours with most of my time organizing and troubleshooting. I think the parts are plenty good in quality. The instructions are not the greatest. If you take your time and think about what you are doing and what the instructions suggest, it will go up fine. Lay out all the parts as shown in the instructions which makes it easier to install what you need. Be sure to use the washer spacers to attatch to the ceiling bracket. The attatched photo should help. Plenty of adjustments to aim the projector once done as can only get close to the center of gravity given the attachment points for the 2030. I love it. 4infinite flexibility if you have infinite time. For optoma hd28dse I suggest the other recommended mount This is not a complete solution (does not include screws for attaching to projector itself) and takes a lot of time and effort to setup. The instructions are bad. The product itself is pretty ugly, the only consideration was function. If you have large ceiling drop it is probably a good solution. And if you don't mind fiddling with it to get it to work. For me, I should have just purchased the more expensive mount but I saw that people said this worked well with the Optoma HD28DSE and this was $35 cheaper...it may work but you have to spend a lot of time configuring the arms to match the mounting posts on the projector, and then take a trip to the HW store to get the M5 screws to attach it. And there might have been other issues but I stopped trying after realizing that it would take all of this time and that for a few more $ I could get the better / faster solution. 2Works very well together with 3-hole Epson 2030/2040 Works well, very adaptable with the arms and sliders. I bought this mount for a 3-hole Epson 2040 and it works very well with a 3-arm config. This product comes with a lot of hardware, but assembles pretty quickly. I was able to put it together in about 20 minutes. The extra hardware is mostly to adapt to the different projector mounting threads, so most of it is not needed. Using the 5th hole to make a 3-arm configuration made it very easy to place the mounting bracket closer to the projector's centre of gravity. The trick is to reverse one of the feet (the one for the rear hole) in order to better center the bracket. The image shows the result. Overall very pleased with this mount! Cannot beat it for this price. 5Lots of options for the money. Works good, not best quality. Nice design that fit my Epson 730HD projector. Most would not fit my projector due to limited distance of mount arms. Bought two of these ceiling mounts. The option of the extended arm was great where I need to avoid a light fixture. A few gotchas is the screws.1) The screws go into sheet metal and in my efforts to secure the projector so it would hold position, the one screw stripped the threads.Sheet metal is not enough for threads. This is my specific reason for giving it 3 instead of 4 stars. Despite this I still think it was still very much worth the money and in some other ways is a better mount that many other more expensive mounts that I looked at.2) hard to adjust angle and then tighten screws to hold position. Screws are not easy to get at, so you end up seeing what position is close and tightening screws and seeing if you got it right and then loosening and doing it again. Once set it works fine. It should be a one time pain so I do not consider it much of a negative but given my first complaint I think it could use some thought about design.The other minor ding I give to this is that when I mounted the projector, the instructions suggest running the cable through the extended arm. This was all backwards, the cable came out of the arm headed to the front of the projector and the arm is too tight of a space for feeding cables. I opted to instead purchase some cable mounts that I could position on the outside of the arm. Easier to manage that way instead of struggling with feeding them through the arm. 3Would work well for an older model, but required two DIY modifications to fit my Optoma HD27 This got the job done but for my specific projector, there were some issues. I bought this for an Optoma HD27, for which there are only three mounting holes on the projector and they're all located very close together. This projector mount has four arms and instructions for how to remove one arm and move another to a "center" hole. My mount only had four holes and no center hole, so it was different than the instructions and therefore I had to angle it to fit my three-hole projector.The second issue was with the Optoma HD27, all three holes on the projector were very close together. I could see this mount working well for projectors with holes on each corner, but the Optoma had holes about 3in apart. The extender arms on the mount were too big to fit the holes, so I had to cut through the metal to create smaller arms that would fit the projector holes and still lock into the mount.Overall, this would likely work well for an older model projector, but it would not fit the HD27 out of the box and required two modifications. 3Worked well for my Optoma HD-25LV projector This universal mounting is made for for a much larger and heavier projector so the legs can accommodate spacing much wider than needed for my Optoma. Initially it seemed that it would be too large, i.e., that I would not be able to adjust it small enough for the rather compact and light Optoma (as most projectors are now these days). But by turning 2 of the sliding inserts around (NOT suggested in the manual--you have to use some ingenuity and common sense), it worked! It comes with 2 one-foot extensions for mounting considerably lower than the ceiling but it turned out I didn't need them and the 6" (15 cm) drop without any extension was just right for me.Positives: It has every possible adjustment imaginable. You can fine-tune rotation on every possible axis and in addition, the mount is made for either horizontal ceilings or sloped ceilings up to 45-degrees. Every screw, washer and lug you need is included (including the M3 screws that most projectors use) and even Allen wrenches for the bolts. You will, of course, need a screw-driver and drill. It can be installed by one person without assistance.Negatives: The only negative is that the manual and accompanying diagram is REALLY sloppily written, I mean some errors are just absurd. Washers and nuts that are clearly needed are missing from the diagram (but they are not missing from the shipment!), the wrong screw numbers are shown in the diagrams, etc., but with a little common sense you can figure out what they really meant, and anyone attempting to install this would generally have enough experience being handy with such things to figure it out. So I wouldn't let this keep me from buying it (but you'll be scratching your head trying to figure some of this out!). 4It works and is alright This thing has the worst instructions, but let me say that it is sturdy as hell. It took me forever to figure out how to interpret the instructions and apply to my Optoma GT1080 projector. The projector seems to want to not stay exactly in place after tightening down the bolts. I'll have to look at it again to see if I can tighten them more. I do not worry about the projector falling because in that area it is very good. I did have to go to Lowe's to buy screws for my Optoma GT1080 which was 3 12mm M4 bolts (I believe) you can look up the manual online for that projector, but I don't blame this product for not supplying that. Now actually figuring out how to position the bracket was a 30 minute process and like a puzzle. This part ruined the product for me more than anything else. But I will post a picture that satisfied me the most in order to actually mount it to my projector. It's eh....cheap and alright. 4
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Description
  • Mounting arms removable and extendable, 3" extra extension adaptor included
  • Without extension pole, the height is 5.9"; With extension pole, height adjust from 18.1" to 26.7" (45.9-67.8 cm); Ceiling plate adjustable 0 to 90 degree swivel
  • Heavy duty steel construction, Maximum loading 44 lbs (20 kgs); Rotate adjustment left and right 5 degrees
  • Integrated cable management; Exclusive "No-slip" adjustment system; Lock in any position; Easily release and lock
  • Standard size hardware,comprehensive installation manual included.VideoSecu brand. Please report to Amazon.com if you recieve a mount without VideoSecu logo
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Lots of adjustment slightly unclear instuctions easy to bump out of alignment Took some noodling to get the mount "legs" set up right for my projector (acer h6510bd) they state the center of gravity of the projector should be at the down rod. This ment cleverly flipping some of the leg feet and then installing the bracketry. The assembly is confusing because the amount of parts they give you and only refer to things as m-l or m-n which means going back and referencing the first page and back and forth again and again. They don't nessisarly state the bushings need to be on both sides of certain parts but it can somewhat be infered by the diagram which isn't drawn to scale.Word of warning as well the plate that goes on the wall/ceiling they imply is mounted the same direction of the joists in a joisted ceiling which is ok IF your screen is down joist but otherwise you'll end up with a projector facing the side wall if you follow the rest of the instructions.. so bottom line is I'd advise mocking everything up first before doing anything permanent.My next gripe is the amount if adjustment makes it such that even if everything is tight plugging in a cable or something can knock the projector out of alignment.Last gripe is apparently my projector fan isn't perfectly ballanced and this mount does a good job of using the cealing as a speaker which wasn't a problem before.Past that it seems like a good mount and was reasonably priced 3great for the price, a lot of adjustments, but could use some mods. great bang for the buck mount. it works with my 3 point projector InFocus 3118HD.Pros, seems strong. cheap. i could have went with the cheaper unit (without the extension), but i wanted to make sure i would have it, if i needed it.a few issues, maybe just nit picks.1) i mounted the ceiling bracket sideways. because my beams run left to right (not back to front). i think the part marked "90 degree swivel adjustment" should be a "180 degree swivel adjustment" it seems like the projector wants to drop down a little lower, like it wants to center itself at 91 degrees. if that makes sense. think of looking at a swing set from the side. the swing naturally sits at the bottom. what if the swing was sitting forward a few degrees (as if the set was on a hill). i think projector wants to drop down to center a micro centimeter more.i want the option of being able to move it just a bit more on that access. i may later take it down and use my drill to drill out that quarter circle of an opening just a bit more. or i might place a small spacer on one side of the mount which would offset the swivel opening so the projector can hang down and center itself a tad better.i am finding it difficult to get a perfect line up with my screen, but not sure its because this small issue.2) the way the bracket (piece that is screwed onto your projector) connects to the mount (piece bolted to ceiling) is funky. the bracket is drastically less wide then the mount, so you have to use a spacer on one side, but it doesnt matter because the screw that goes through the "90 degree swivel" opening (i mentioned above) is short and pulls the bracket right to the mount (on 1 side). why not just make the bracket piece wider?3) if they made it wider it could fix issue 3. there is no way to tighten the "10 degree rotation adjustment" screws. they are 2 screws in a tight spot. i was able to use my finger a bit, maybe i need a slim wrench?, if they widened the piece above the screws, and put the screws in the other direction (screwed down rather than screwed up) you would have more room to tighten them.any tips on getting it to frame on the screen better are always welcome! 4If you have a small projector, be prepared to wing it. Be Prepared to Dig In.If you have a smaller projector be prepared to do some minor surgery. The supplied head was too big for my small Samsung HX300.First thing, make sure it fits your projector!I had to remove the 4 leg extensions and turn over the remaining legs to secure it to the projector.Once it's mounted correctly it's solid and bullet proof.Some things to look out for:The instructions don't tell you what size drill to use for the supplied lag bolt to drill into the stud. I used 3/16" and it worked perfectly.The kit doesn't come with wall anchors for drywall, only for mounting to concrete. I used #14 1 1/2" from HD and used a 5/16" drill bit they worked perfectly.The instructions are too small and tiny to be useful, what they do detail zoom isn't too useful.I pretty much ended up winging this assembly but I knew I could make it work and once installed it's solid as a rock. I used the center hold into a stud and the two outer holes for wall anchors. It's not going anywhere. 4This worked fine for Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 2030 Able to set it up in about 2 hours with most of my time organizing and troubleshooting. I think the parts are plenty good in quality. The instructions are not the greatest. If you take your time and think about what you are doing and what the instructions suggest, it will go up fine. Lay out all the parts as shown in the instructions which makes it easier to install what you need. Be sure to use the washer spacers to attatch to the ceiling bracket. The attatched photo should help. Plenty of adjustments to aim the projector once done as can only get close to the center of gravity given the attachment points for the 2030. I love it. 4infinite flexibility if you have infinite time. For optoma hd28dse I suggest the other recommended mount This is not a complete solution (does not include screws for attaching to projector itself) and takes a lot of time and effort to setup. The instructions are bad. The product itself is pretty ugly, the only consideration was function. If you have large ceiling drop it is probably a good solution. And if you don't mind fiddling with it to get it to work. For me, I should have just purchased the more expensive mount but I saw that people said this worked well with the Optoma HD28DSE and this was $35 cheaper...it may work but you have to spend a lot of time configuring the arms to match the mounting posts on the projector, and then take a trip to the HW store to get the M5 screws to attach it. And there might have been other issues but I stopped trying after realizing that it would take all of this time and that for a few more $ I could get the better / faster solution. 2Works very well together with 3-hole Epson 2030/2040 Works well, very adaptable with the arms and sliders. I bought this mount for a 3-hole Epson 2040 and it works very well with a 3-arm config. This product comes with a lot of hardware, but assembles pretty quickly. I was able to put it together in about 20 minutes. The extra hardware is mostly to adapt to the different projector mounting threads, so most of it is not needed. Using the 5th hole to make a 3-arm configuration made it very easy to place the mounting bracket closer to the projector's centre of gravity. The trick is to reverse one of the feet (the one for the rear hole) in order to better center the bracket. The image shows the result. Overall very pleased with this mount! Cannot beat it for this price. 5Lots of options for the money. Works good, not best quality. Nice design that fit my Epson 730HD projector. Most would not fit my projector due to limited distance of mount arms. Bought two of these ceiling mounts. The option of the extended arm was great where I need to avoid a light fixture. A few gotchas is the screws.1) The screws go into sheet metal and in my efforts to secure the projector so it would hold position, the one screw stripped the threads.Sheet metal is not enough for threads. This is my specific reason for giving it 3 instead of 4 stars. Despite this I still think it was still very much worth the money and in some other ways is a better mount that many other more expensive mounts that I looked at.2) hard to adjust angle and then tighten screws to hold position. Screws are not easy to get at, so you end up seeing what position is close and tightening screws and seeing if you got it right and then loosening and doing it again. Once set it works fine. It should be a one time pain so I do not consider it much of a negative but given my first complaint I think it could use some thought about design.The other minor ding I give to this is that when I mounted the projector, the instructions suggest running the cable through the extended arm. This was all backwards, the cable came out of the arm headed to the front of the projector and the arm is too tight of a space for feeding cables. I opted to instead purchase some cable mounts that I could position on the outside of the arm. Easier to manage that way instead of struggling with feeding them through the arm. 3Would work well for an older model, but required two DIY modifications to fit my Optoma HD27 This got the job done but for my specific projector, there were some issues. I bought this for an Optoma HD27, for which there are only three mounting holes on the projector and they're all located very close together. This projector mount has four arms and instructions for how to remove one arm and move another to a "center" hole. My mount only had four holes and no center hole, so it was different than the instructions and therefore I had to angle it to fit my three-hole projector.The second issue was with the Optoma HD27, all three holes on the projector were very close together. I could see this mount working well for projectors with holes on each corner, but the Optoma had holes about 3in apart. The extender arms on the mount were too big to fit the holes, so I had to cut through the metal to create smaller arms that would fit the projector holes and still lock into the mount.Overall, this would likely work well for an older model projector, but it would not fit the HD27 out of the box and required two modifications. 3Worked well for my Optoma HD-25LV projector This universal mounting is made for for a much larger and heavier projector so the legs can accommodate spacing much wider than needed for my Optoma. Initially it seemed that it would be too large, i.e., that I would not be able to adjust it small enough for the rather compact and light Optoma (as most projectors are now these days). But by turning 2 of the sliding inserts around (NOT suggested in the manual--you have to use some ingenuity and common sense), it worked! It comes with 2 one-foot extensions for mounting considerably lower than the ceiling but it turned out I didn't need them and the 6" (15 cm) drop without any extension was just right for me.Positives: It has every possible adjustment imaginable. You can fine-tune rotation on every possible axis and in addition, the mount is made for either horizontal ceilings or sloped ceilings up to 45-degrees. Every screw, washer and lug you need is included (including the M3 screws that most projectors use) and even Allen wrenches for the bolts. You will, of course, need a screw-driver and drill. It can be installed by one person without assistance.Negatives: The only negative is that the manual and accompanying diagram is REALLY sloppily written, I mean some errors are just absurd. Washers and nuts that are clearly needed are missing from the diagram (but they are not missing from the shipment!), the wrong screw numbers are shown in the diagrams, etc., but with a little common sense you can figure out what they really meant, and anyone attempting to install this would generally have enough experience being handy with such things to figure it out. So I wouldn't let this keep me from buying it (but you'll be scratching your head trying to figure some of this out!). 4It works and is alright This thing has the worst instructions, but let me say that it is sturdy as hell. It took me forever to figure out how to interpret the instructions and apply to my Optoma GT1080 projector. The projector seems to want to not stay exactly in place after tightening down the bolts. I'll have to look at it again to see if I can tighten them more. I do not worry about the projector falling because in that area it is very good. I did have to go to Lowe's to buy screws for my Optoma GT1080 which was 3 12mm M4 bolts (I believe) you can look up the manual online for that projector, but I don't blame this product for not supplying that. Now actually figuring out how to position the bracket was a 30 minute process and like a puzzle. This part ruined the product for me more than anything else. But I will post a picture that satisfied me the most in order to actually mount it to my projector. It's eh....cheap and alright. 4
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