Overview: The Sanus VisionMount ML11-B1 Super Slim
Low-Profile Wall Mount's innovative design emphasizes the sleek look of your
ultra-thin LCD, plasma, or LED TVs by placing them just 0.55" from the wall. The
Sanus ML11-B1 offers exclusive features that make it incredibly easy to install
and use. ClickStand technology holds the bottom of the
TV away from the wall for easy cable access without removing the TV from the
mount. Convenient quick-release tabs on both mounting brackets stay hidden, but
easily pull down to unlock the TV from the wall plate for cable access. The
ProSet feature allows post-installation height and leveling micro-adjustments
for perfect positioning after hanging. Lateral shift allows the TV to move left
and right on the wall plate so it is placed exactly where you want it, even with
Compatibility: The ML11-B1 universal wall-mount bracket is
designed to fit flat-panel plasma and LCD monitors from 32" to 50". The TV can
have a maximum weight of 100 pounds.
Construction: The wall-mount bracket is made from solid
heavy-gauge steel, with a durable powder coated black finish.
ProSet: ProSet post-installation height and leveling
adjustments allow TV to be perfectly positioned after hanging. Once installed,
your TV or wall-mounted furniture may not appear completely level with its
surroundings. ProSet technology lets you make micro-adjustments to height and
level after mounting to ensure perfect positioning.
ClickStand: The ML11-B1's ClickStand feature allows you to
tilt the bottom of the TV outward (10-degrees/3.125-inches) and hold it there,
giving you easy access to the back panel for connecting cables. Once all the
cables have been plugged in, you can release the ClickStand and securely lock
the TV into position on the wall plate.
Mounting: The wall plate must be mounted to wall studs or
anchored to a brick, block, or concrete wall using the supplied lag bolts. The
slots in the wall plate can accommodate a variety of stud spacing, allowing you
to easily mount the TV to wall studs that are 16" or 24" on center. Once the
wall plate is anchored to the wall studs and the monitor brackets (with the TV
attached) are hooked onto the wall plate, the TV can slide left or right,
allowing you to center the TV on the wall.
Note: Each monitor bracket has multiple bolt holes and
can accommodate vertical hole spacing (on the back of the TV) from 3-15/16"
(100mm) to 15-3/4" (400mm). Since the monitor brackets can slide on the wall
plate, the horizontal hole spacing on the back of the TV can range from
2-9/16" (65mm) to 20" (508mm).
Steel Stud Mounting: If you wish to mount this Sanus wall mount in a
building with steel stud walls, you will need the Sanus
Steel Stud Mounting Kit. Steel stud walls are typically found in commercial applications,
such as office buildings, warehouses, and condominiums.
Mounting Hardware/Bolt Pattern: The ML11-B1 comes with M4,
M5, M6, and M8 bolts to mount the monitor brackets to your TV. Given the mounting bracket's range of motion, it will
accommodate the following mounting bolt patterns:
- 100 x 100
- 200 x 100
- 200 x 200
- 300 x 200
- 300 x 300
- 400 x 200
- 400 x 300
- 400 x 400
- 500 x 300
Note: Additional hardware may be required for your specific
model of TV. For example; shorter or longer screws, thicker or slimmer
washers or spacers. These additional accessories can often be found at your
local hardware store.
Installation Tools: The following tools are recommended for
mounting the ML11-B1:
- Stud finder
- Phillips-head screwdriver
- Electric drill
- Drill bits: 3/16" (wood studs) and 5/16" (masonry)
Wall Plate Dimensions: W= 22.75", H = 4.875", D = 0.5625"
Monitor Bracket Dimensions: W = 2.5625", H = 18.1875", D =
Total Weight: 6.7 lbs
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