TV Capacity: The Sanus VLT6 Advanced Tilt Premium Wall Mount
is designed to support flat-panel TVs from 46" to 90", weighing up to 150 lbs.
VESA Mount Bolt Pattern: The VLT6's TV bracket consists of
two vertical brackets with multiple slots that can accommodate a vertical hole
spacing of 100mm-415mm on back of your TV. The vertical brackets slide along the
VLT6's horizontal wall bracket, accommodating a horizontal hole spacing of
200mm-690mm on back of your television. The Sanus VLT6 comes with M6 & M8 size
bolts of differing lengths to mount the bracket to your TV. Given the mounting
bracket's range of motion, it will accommodate the following VESA hole patterns
in accordance with industry standards set by the Video Electronics Standards
- 200mm x 100mm
- 200mm x 200mm
- 300mm x 200mm
- 300mm x 300mm
- 400mm x 300mm
- 400mm x 400mm
- 500mm x 300mm
- 500mm x 400mm
- 600mm x 300mm
- 600mm x 400mm
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.
Tilt Mechanism: The Sanus VLT6 Advanced Tilt Premium Wall Mount lets
you tilt your television up 7° or down 12°. It positions your TV 2.75" from the
wall and offers 5.75" of extension.
5.75" of Extension: The Sanus VLT6 Advanced Tilt Premium TV Wall Mount
features a revolutionary design, providing 5.75" of extension on a tilting
mount. The extension allows even the largest of TVs to achieve the maximum
listed tilt range. Large TVs installed on traditional tilting mounts often hit
the wall, limiting the maximum tilt that can be achieved. The VLT6 solves this
issue by extending from the wall, offering TVs a larger tilt range. More tilt
translates to better glare reduction. This makes the VLT6 the go-to tilting
mount for all above-eye-level mounting locations, like over the fireplace.
Additionally, because the mount can extend the TV 5.75" from the wall, cables
and wires can be accessed quickly and easily while the TV is still mounted. This
makes the initial hook-up and future device switches a quicker and easier
Open Wall Plate: An open wall plate design allows the VLT6 to be
mounted directly over electrical outlets for a super clean installation. The VLT6's wall plate must be
mounted to wall studs or anchored to a brick, block, or concrete wall using the
supplied lag bolts (and wall-anchors). The slots in the wall plate can
accommodate a variety of stud spacing, allowing you to easily mount the VLT6 to
wall studs that are 16" or 24" on center.
Perfect Positioning: Centering the TV, even with off-center studs, is no longer an issue due to the
side-to-side shift. Post-installation height and level adjustments make
fine-tuning quick and easy for a perfectly level TV.
Safety Tabs: Once the wall plate is anchored to the wall
studs and the two TV brackets are attached to the back of your television, the
two TV brackets hook into the wall bracket. Integrated safety tabs on the TV
brackets provide a safe and easy connection to the wall bracket you can hear.
These safety tabs also allow you to easily remove the TV and TV brackets from
the wall plate.
Construction: The Sanus VLT6 Advanced Tilt Premium TV Wall
Mount is constructed of heavy-gauge steel and high-impact plastic with a durable
powder-coated black finish.
Installation Tools: The following tools are recommended for
mounting the VLT6:
- Tape measure
- Stud finder
- Drill bits (7/32" for wood, 3/8" for concrete, or 1/2" for steel)
- Socket wrenches (7/16" & 1/2")
- Phillips-Head Screw driver
Optional Streaming Device Panel: Compatibility with the SASP1
streaming device panel (sold separately) means that even streaming devices can
be hidden behind the TV for the ultimate installation
Optional Padlock: The ability to padlock the TV to the mount for
additional safety or security means this can be used in private or public
settings without worry. Padlock sold separately.
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