Facts About WALI TV Ceiling Mount Adjustable Bracket Fits Most LED, LCD, OLED and Plasma Flat Screen Display 26 to 65 Inch, up to 110 Lbs, VESA 400x400mm (CM2665), Black
Top mounting bracket is 2.5" wide
As it supports the weight of the TV, It will still have to be installed to something solid. I would mount directly to floor joist and pass through the drop ceiling.
Yes, it is done in 3 steps. 1. Bracket to ceiling, 2. Bracket and pole to tv, 3. Attach #2 to #1. I bought the extender pole because my ceiling was higher. Hope this helps.
It can work on a pitched ceiling. Weather proof I have no clue but you can by Rust-Oleum paint and make it that way
They send a template and 4 screws to go into a wood ceiling joist. They also send expandable bolts in case the ceiling mount is concrete
Yes there is one available and here is the name of the product as seen on Amazon, just copy and paste it into the search and it should come up. – "WALI Heavy Duty Extended 14.6 Inch Single Mounting Pole for WALI TV Ceiling Mount System (ESP01), Black"
All you have to do is subtract 60 in from the top of your ceiling measurement and that will give you how far it will be off the floor
Fits most displays up to 65 inch, 110 lbs. VESA (mounting hole pattern): 400×400 300×300 200×200 200×100 100x100mm.
Left-right swivel range of 360°
It holds the TV to the mount.
Don’t know, but I have mine hanging outside and it works great
No, it can’t be folded up flat to the ceiling when not in use.
The model CM2665 fits most displays up to 65 inch, 110 lbs. VESA (mounting hole pattern): 400×400 400×200 300×300 300×200 200×200 200×100 100x100mm.
The kit comes with a mount plate that can use 4 bolts for concrete and 4 bolts that are for wood frames. It comes with all the hardware you need.
WALI TV Ceiling Mount Fits most displays up to 65 inch, 110 lbs. VESA (mounting hole pattern): 400×400 300×300 200×200 200×100 100x100mm.
Info About WALI TV Ceiling Mount Adjustable Bracket Fits Most LED, LCD, OLED and Plasma Flat Screen Display 26 to 65 Inch, up to 110 Lbs, VESA 400x400mm (CM2665), Black (Reviews From Amazon)
I’ve installed numerous TV wall mounts in every imaginable scenario in two of our houses. I was surprised that this ceiling mount ended up being the easiest install of all. We hung it in our home gym for a 55″ TV, and it worked perfectly. You’ll need a good stud finder and a drill to assist in tapping the lag bolts or concrete anchors depending on your ceiling material. The mount has a great range of motion including pivot and tilt (forward and back and side to side). The mount also includes an extender, but you won’t need it if you’re working with 8′-10′ ceilings. To sum it up, this is a very simple, but incredibly effective design that’s easy to install.
First off, this thing is far sturdier and better made than I expected it to be. It exceeded my expectations in every way.
The project was a bit sideways of the typical use case for this TV mount, although I did not have to modify it. My home gym in the basement has a large wall mounted TV on one end. I also have a couple of couches for watching games and UFC that were close to the TV before the quarantine. When the quarantine hit, the couches got pushed to the other end of the home gym to make room for viewing Zoom classes and allow more space for the adults and kids to workout together.
We needed a TV mounted in the middle of the ceiling that could get stowed away to allow both easy viewing from the couches and overhead space when we used the area for family workouts. It would also be helpful if the TV could rotate to cover a corner dedicated to weight equipment for zoom meetings with my wife’s weight coach. I say need, but it’s definitely a low priority nice-to-have that quarantine time off made possible.
I got all the electronics aligned, but needed a ceiling mount that could rotate a TV 360 degrees and either be easily detached or ideally folded up to the ceiling. After researching my options, I found this amazingly well built ceiling mount. When I received it, I was immediately impressed with its construction and quality. It exceeded my every expectation.
In fact, I expected that I would have to modify it to make it work. I didn’t have to change it at all, outside of its existing capabilities. I removed the bolt that prevented it from folding flat and from moving (it’s designed to hang at an angle or lock in flat with a tightening bolt to hold it in position). I wanted it to be freely moving. I put the bolt back into the channel outside of the pipe to prevent the pipe from “over extending” (so it can fold flat to the ceiling, and drop down and stop at 90 degrees). I added the lightest 32” Smart TV screen I could find, and a pneumatic closer attached to the ceiling and screwed into one of the height adjustment holes. I also added a clamp to hold the TV in position for storing up to the ceiling. I don’t consider the closer or the clamp as modifying the mount itself. This mount wasn’t specifically designed to be used this way, but it was almost like it was built for this.
We can now pull the TV down from the ceiling, release the clamp, and spin it around for couch viewing of a game or to keep kids entertained while we work out. We can spin the TV to project zoom meetings from a phone, or watch YouTube or other workouts on the smart TV from the weights area. If we are doing a family workout and need all the space, we can lock on the clamp and tuck this TV back up to the ceiling. As an added bonus, if you get a zoom meeting going on not TVs when this one is folded up, you have visibility on the wall and ceiling.
There are some adjustments I still want to make, such as some way for short people to get the TV off the ceiling, and a smoother/tighter drop movement that the pneumatic closer can’t provide. It wants to be folded, so you have to set a stopper to keep it down. I have imagined a cable/winch or actuator setup of some kind maybe tied into the smart house features and controlled from the phone… Not enough quarantine time to get that in place! Otherwise, this was a fun quarantine project that worked out exactly as I envisioned. 🙂
Perfect for the price..a few more words in the instructions may be helpful for some…but you can figure it out. 2 things to note, I only used 2 poles instead of three because I didn’t want to make it that long..just in case you’re checking the reviews to see if it’s possible..also, yes it can be folded up flat, but you have to have the tv facing down and you have to put the bolt
That controls the moving in the upper hole… lastly I would say that you may want to put your wires through the pole before you put bolts through..tried to run mine afterwards and the plug is to big to get past the bolt once it’s in..other than that..great product..used it for a tv in the garage and glad I can fold it up for the very rare times I need to park a car in the garage to work on it
Easy to setup and sturdy.
The only slow part about this install was locating my stud finder to get started. Instructions were pretty clear. Hardware to mount in wood or concrete are provided, as well as a wrench and Allen key. From finding the stud, to triple checking range of motion, clearances, and mounting a 50 inch TV took about 30-40 minutes. It feels solid, left the lock screw hand tight so it will swivel when needed. No worries of hearing a crash in the middle of the night. The metal pieces are solid. The box weighed close to that of the TV, if not a little more. Screw sizes for wood and concrete are up to the task.
I recently decided to add a TV to our outdoor gathering area. After researching the type of mount I would need, it looked like the ceiling mounts were the only ones that would allow me to do this without modifying my wall/siding/etc.. This particular mount would have allowed me to use either the truss for parallel or perpendicular mounting. I went with the perpendicular, which allowed me to hide the mount behind the truss and cross-drill into it.
The TV has been in use for a couple of weeks now and I cannot be happier. The cable routing design, the fact that it is extremely sturdy and also can be adjusted for height and angle will be nice in the future, should I want to go with a larger screen at some point.
This a well built, sturdy and versatile mount for installing a TV to hang from the ceiling. The hardest part, for me, was locating a ceiling joist to make sure it was mounted securely. Once I determined the position of the bracket, it was a simply a matter of attaching the ceiling bracket/pole to the joist and putting together the appropriate pieces. The plate that attaches to the back of the TV has all the standard mounting holes and it comes with all possibly needed bolts to attach it depending on the size needed for the set your installing. Mine was a 43″ and the plate fit perfect. Next was to attach the TV mounting pole to the ceiling pole. I didn’t need the extension pole so it went directly onto the ceiling pole. I stuck a bolt through the poles to hold it while I hung the TV and secured it to the bottom bracket. I then fed the cables up through the poles and out the top for a nice clean installation. After that, I made the coarse adjust to the height and secured the bolt. I then made the final adjustment securing the bottom bracket to the bottom pole and just the right height. With the spacing of the holes and variable adjustment of the bottom bracket, the TV should be able to be mounted and exactly the desired height for any installation within its range. The top bracket has a full 180 degree swing and the TV bracket has a full 360 degree horizontal swing. The TV bracket also tilts within (I think) a 90 degree swing, making it possible to mount the TV full vertical, horizontal, or any point in between. Great design!
I’m using a 55″ TV and it is really sturdy.
Note the pictures attached are post modifying the shaft, making it shorter so the TV will be closer to the cieling.
Off the box my 55″ TV was about 8-10″ from the cieling at the smallest setting in the shaft. After modifications I was able to get it as close as 3-4″ from the cieling, much better.
Great product, works super great. Very easy to put together. Comes with a crap load of screws, I guess it is for all sizes of tv/monitor. The screws to fasten it to the ceiling/wall are garbage (yes I pre-drilled the holes) they are so soft like clay. (That is why I take of one star in the “Easy to install” Used long drywall screw, 4 inches with washer. Now its part of the house. So REMEMBER to get 4 strong screws. An other great thingy is it comes with a paper marker for the holes to drill.
I really like the way it now swings out of the way when I stand up. I sitting in my easy chair lend back and using my computer, watching movies and videos. PERFECT!!
YES I recommend it!!
Very well made and thoughtful installation kit. Don’t be fooled by the relatively low price. My only product improvement suggestion would be the two bracket to ceiling mounting bolts, for USA kits, be in an SAE size instead of metric. I mounted a medium size flat screen at full drop with no problems. You will not be disappointed with this bracket.
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