FAQ - TV bracket ScreenTrain
All cables are integrated in the ScreenTrain. You only route the feed lines to the AV receiver and to the other signal sources from the end of the ScreenTrain housing. To discover which cables these are, please click here.
You don’t have to lay any cables within the ScreenTrain yourself. You only lay the cables to the ScreenTrain (to the end of the housing)
Depending on the condition of the ceiling, and whether concrete or plasterboard, we will put together the correct mounting material for your application. Your information from the order form will help us here.
- For assembly, we recommend at least 3 persons
With a suitable lifting device (for example plate lifter), the basic unit can be lifted under the ceiling with the aid of the pre-assembled mounting aids and can then be fixed.
The ScreenTrain can be easily assembled using the enclosed assembly instructions. Individual steps are explained in detail, from the required tools to initial commissioning
VESA (Video Electronics Standards Association) is an association of several hundred member companies and serves the purpose of regularising the standards for the industry.
This includes, among other things, the standard for attaching flat screen televisions to ceilings or walls.
An overview of the sizes can be found on our technical detail page.