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Newstar FPMA-VESA400 VESA Conversion Plate from VESA 75x75mm & 100x100mm to 200x100mm, 200x200mm & 400x200mm - Silver

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  • £26.76


Newstar FPMA-VESA400 VESA Conversion Plate from VESA 75x75mm & 100x100mm to 200x100mm, 200x200mm & 400x200mm - Silver



Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 22 x 42 x 2 cm ; 1.2 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 1.3 Kg
  • Item model number: FPMA-VESA400
  • #1874 in PC Monitor & Projector Stands
  • #4010 in TV Wall & Ceiling Mounts
  • Allows a VESA mount with 50x50, 75x75, 100x100 and 200x100 mm interface to be used with displays with VESA hole patterns of 200x200mm, 400x200 and 120x180 mm (JVC hole pattern) (further explanation about VESA in product description)
  • You would use this VESA conversion plate when you want to alter the VESA compatability of a screen to suit a mount with a differing VESA pattern.
  • Depth of this adapter is 3 millimetres only
  • 5 Year Warranty
  • Newstar have over 20 years experience of providing high specification mounts. "You get what you pay for".

The NewStar VESA adapter, model FPMA-VESA400 allows a VESA mount with 50x50, 75x75, 100x100 and 200x100 mm interface to be used with displays with VESA hole patterns of 200x200mm, 400x200 and 120x180 mm (JVC hole pattern). Ideal when flat screen needs different VESA pattern to select wall-, desk- or ceiling mount.NewStar FPMA-VESA400 is suitable for screens up to 52" (130 cm). The weight capacity of this product is 35 kg each screen. Depth of this adapter is 3 millimetres only. The adapter is suitable for screens that meet VESA hole pattern 200x200, 400x200 and 120x180 mm (JVC hole pattern). Different hole patterns can be covered using NewStar VESA adapter plates.All installation material is included with the product.What is VESA all about?So you may have heard the term “VESA” here and elsewhere and perhaps you’re wondering what it means? In simple terms, it’s the 4 holes on the back of most screens that the screen manufacturers and mount manufacturers have agreed between themselves as standard sizes. For obvious reasons, the holes on the smaller screens are closer together (ie 75x75mm), and the larger screens are further apart (ie 600x400mm).So if you don’t know what VESA you have, just measure the distance in between the pre drilled 4 holes on the back of your screen. Typically up to about 55” screen sizes, the hole pattern tend to be square – ie 75x75mm, 100x100mm, 200x200mm, etc.IMPORTANT note: MOST screens have VESA holes but very rarely there are some models that don’t come with them (tend to be the cheaper models across some brands). For these situations, refer to Newstar product code FPMA-VESANON as an adaptor to convert these models to VESA 75x75 and 100x100mm.That’s it, you now know most of what you need to know about VESA. An interesting conversation down the pub perhaps? Perhaps not…..!Newstar have over 20 years experience providing high quality mounts to suit a wide variety of needs. Over our long history we have developed a vast range of mounting solutions, which include the mounting of screens, tablets, projectors, laptops and desktops. One thing that does remain the same across our range is our insistence on high specification materials to ensure optimum reliability for your mounting needs, backed up by the no quibble 5 year warranty. As the old saying goes, "You get what you pay for". Box Contains All fittings to mount product.


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