VESA stands for the Video Electronics Standards Association. This is an international non-profit corporation, which represents more than 300 corporate members worldwide. The corporation ensures a number of relevant standards when it comes to the electronics industry, and one of these standards provides specific guidelines towards the mounting hole pattern placement on the back of your Plasma or LCD TV. On all wall mount listings, TV Wall Brackets has produced a quick reference chart, enabling you to see at-a-glance, which of our products have VESA compatbility.
Already, great number of monitors, Plasmas and LCD TV's are compliant with the VESA standard. Manufacturers of monitors have agreed on a industry interface standard, which means a hole pattern on the back of the monitor, screen or display that fits any mounting device whether for VESA wall mounts, desktop or ceiling mounts.
The following summarizes VESA standard mounting hole patterns that are used today for smaller and medium flat panels:
- 50mm x 50mm
- 75mm x 75 mm
- 100mm x 100mm
For larger monitors or for smaller LCD screens, the VESA Standard hole-spacings include:
- 200mm x 100mm
- 200mm x 200mm
Finally, for Plasma and large LCD screens, the VESA hole spacings include:
- 400mm x 200mm
- 600mm x 400mm
- 800mm x 400mm
If you know that your hole-spacings are VESA standard, browse through our bracket listings and on the right hand side is a tick listr to determine whether the bracket you like the look of is appropriate for your TV.
If you've measured and your hole spacings are NOT VESA standard, you needn't worry, because we'll still have a bracket for you, as if your measurements are in between our specified minimum and maximum height/width - you'll be able to mount your LCD or Plasma no problem at all!
If you're ever confused, or have any questions, one of our sales team will be happy to help you, so give us a call on 0845 6860380.