PNR INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Large Flat Panel Dual Arm Wall Mount
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PNR Series
PNR Series
Installation Instructions
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WARNING: Exceeding the weight capacity can result in
serious personal injury or damage to equipment! It is the
installer’s responsibility to make sure the combined weight of
all components attached to this mount does not exceed
200 lbs (90.7 kg).
WARNING: Use this mounting system only for its intended
use as described in these instructions. Do not use
attachments not recommended by the manufacturer.
WARNING: Never operate this mounting system if it is
damaged. Return the mounting system to a service center for
examination and repair.
DEFINITIONS
MOUNTING SYSTEM: A MOUNTING SYSTEM is the
primary Chief product to which an accessory and/or component
is attached.
WARNING: Do not use this product outdoors.
IMPORTANT ! : The PNR Series mounts has been designed
ACCESSORY: AN ACCESSORY is the secondary Chief
product which is attached to a primary Chief product, and may
have a component attached or setting on it.
to be mounted onto a 2" x 4" (51mm x 102 mm) 16" on center,
wood stud wall.
NOTE: The PNR Series includes:
COMPONENT: A COMPONENT is an audiovisual item
•
designed to be attached or resting on an accessory or mounting
system such as a video camera, CPU, screen, display,
projector, etc.
•
WARNING: A WARNING alerts you to the possibility of
serious injury or death if you do not follow the instructions.
CAUTION: A CAUTION alerts you to the possibility of
damage or destruction of equipment if you do not follow the
corresponding instructions.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING: Failure to read, thoroughly understand, and
follow all instructions can result in serious personal injury,
damage to equipment, or voiding of factory warranty! It is the
installer’s responsibility to make sure all mounting systems
are properly assembled and installed using the instructions
provided.
WARNING: Failure to provide adequate structural strength
for this mounting system can result in serious personal injury
or damage to equipment! It is the installer’s responsibility to
make sure the structure to which this mounting system is
attached can support five times the combined weight of all
equipment. Reinforce the structure as required before
installing the mounting system. The wall to which the mount
is being attached may have a maximum drywall thickness of
5/8” (1.6cm).
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Accessory Model PNR2000 (to be used with UL Listed
Chief accessory PSBU interface bracket--not
included).
Model PNRU which includes the UL Listed Chief
accessory PSBU interface bracket.
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PNR Series
DIMENSIONS
NOTE: PSBU INTERFACE BRACKET
NOT SHOWN. THE PSBU INTERFACE
BRACKET WILL ADD 1” IN DEPTH
AND MAY AFFECT THE LOCATION
OF THE DISPLAY ON THE MOUNT.
Mount ing Patter n
483
19.00
46
1.81
25
1.00
178
7.00
38
1.50
25
1.00
500
19.69
538
21.19
10
.40
406
16.00
4
.18
DIMENSIONS: [MILLIMETERS]
INCHES
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DIMENSIONS -- cont’d
Unit Depth
Extended
Tilt Adjustment *
Retracted
Tilted Up
Tilted Down
5°
17°
83
3.25
635
25.00
687
27.06
*The range of adjustment will v ary with different size s creens
2°
66
2.61
Highest Height Setting
39
1.53
Lowest Height Setting
Roll Adjustment
90.00°
18.21
161.09°
MAX
76.17°
MAX
22.65
MAX
76.17°
MAX
10.84
DIMENSIONS: [MILLIMETERS]
INCHES
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LEGEND
Tighten Fastener
Pencil Mark
Apretar elemento de fijación
Marcar con lápiz
Befestigungsteil festziehen
Stiftmarkierung
Apertar fixador
Marcar com lápis
Serrare il fissaggio
Segno a matita
Bevestiging vastdraaien
Potloodmerkteken
Serrez les fixations
Marquage au crayon
Loosen Fastener
Drill Hole
Aflojar elemento de fijación
Perforar
Befestigungsteil lösen
Bohrloch
Desapertar fixador
Fazer furo
Allentare il fissaggio
Praticare un foro
Bevestiging losdraaien
Gat boren
Desserrez les fixations
Percez un trou
Phillips Screwdriver
Adjust
Destornillador Phillips
Ajustar
Kreuzschlitzschraubendreher
Einstellen
Chave de fendas Phillips
Ajustar
Cacciavite a stella
Regolare
Kruiskopschroevendraaier
Afstellen
Tournevis à pointe cruciforme
Ajuster
Open-Ended Wrench
Hex-Head Wrench
Llave de boca
Llave de cabeza hexagonal
Gabelschlüssel
Sechskantschlüssel
Chave de bocas
Chave de cabeça sextavada
Chiave a punte aperte
Chiave esagonale
Steeksleutel
Zeskantsleutel
Clé à fourche
Clé à tête hexagonale
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TOOLS REQUIRED FOR INSTALLATION
#2
7/32" (5.5mm)
9/16"
PARTS
B (2)
[Cover]
A (1)
[PNR assembly]
C (2)
[End cap]
F (1)
[Adjustment insert]
E (1)
[Adjustment wrench]
H (4)
5/16 x 3-1/2"
G (4)
[Installation washer]
J (12)
5-1/2" Cable tie
K (1)
[PSBU bracket]
(Only included with PNRU)
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D (2)
[End cap]
L (2)
[Cable clip]
Installation Instructions
PNR Series
6.
Installing Mount to Wall
Partially install two 5/16" x 3-1/2" lag bolts (H) into upper
pilot holes. DO NOT tighten at this time. (See Figure 2)
Align mounting holes in upper wall channel with lag bolts,
and hang mount on lag bolts.
Adjust mount lateral position left until lag bolts are seated in
mounting slots in upper wall channel. (See Figure 2)
7.
WARNING: IMPROPER INSTALLATION CAN LEAD TO
MOUNT FALLING CAUSING SERIOUS PERSONAL
INJURY OR DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT! It is the installer’s
responsibility to make sure the structure to which the mount
is being installed is capable of supporting five times the
combined weight of the mount and all attachments.
NOTE: The following instructions assume a suitable mounting
structure and surface exists prior to installation.
8.
9.
Place two installation washers (G) over two lag bolts (H).
(See Figure 2)
10. Install two 5/16" x 3-1/2" lag bolts (H) through mounting holes
in lower wall channel and into pilot holes. (See Figure 2)
11. Place two installation washers (G) over two lag bolts (H).
(See Figure 2)
CAUTION: To avoid personal injury, use an assistant when
lifting, lowering or holding PNR during installation.
1.
Determine mounting location taking into consideration
display size and PNR’s range of movement.
2.
Using a stud sensor locate two wood studs 16” on center.
(See Figure 1)
12. Tighten all hardware. DO NOT over tighten!
9 (G) x 2
8
6
(H) x 4
10
1
3
11 (G) x 2
Figure 2
3
Adjusting PNR Height
NOTE: Height adjustment range up to 1.08 inches.
1.
Check PNR for the desired height. If needed, use the
adjustment wrench (E) to adjust the PNR height. (See
Figure 3)
•
Turn adjustment nut clockwise to lower the unit height,
or
•
Turn adjustment nut counterclockwise to raise the unit
height.
4
5
x4
Figure 1
3.
Place and level mount against wall, aligning mounting holes
in upper and lower wall channels with studs. (See Figure 1)
4.
Mark four mounting holes making sure mounting holes are
located as close as possible to center of studs.
(See Figure 1)
5.
Drill four 7/32" pilot holes where the mounting holes were
marked. (See Figure 1)
Lower
1
Raise
Adjustment nut
Figure 3
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NOTE: Holes are provided in the faceplate for use with a
Installing Covers and End Caps
NOTE: The covers and end caps have pressure fitting ends
that lock into place with each other.
1.
Install cover (B) over the top bracket. (See Figure 4)
2.
Install end caps (C and D) into the cover and top bracket.
(See Figure 4)
3.
Repeat Steps 1 and 2 for the lower mounting bracket. (See
Figure 4)
padlock or similar locking device, if desired. In addition,
the pin and nut may be removed from the upper holes
and moved to the lower holes for use as a more
permanent locking device. (See Figure 6)
3
4
2
(D)
(B)
1
2
Figure 5
(C)
Figure 4
Mounting the Display
To use as a
more permanent
lock, remove pin
and nuts and move
to lower holes.
3
WARNING: IMPROPER INSTALLATION CAN LEAD TO
4
MOUNT FALLING CAUSING SEVERE PERSONAL INJURY
OR DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT. Displays can weigh in
excess of 40 lbs (18.1kg). ALWAYS use two people and
proper lifting techniques when installing display.
1.
2.
Install PSBU interface bracket (K - included with PNRU
only) to display using hardware and installation instructions
included with PSBU bracket.
Move faceplate to extended position by grasping faceplate
and pulling outward away from wall.
A padlock or bolt may be
placed through latch holes.
Figure 6
WARNING: IMPROPER INSTALLATION CAN LEAD TO
MOUNT FALLING CAUSING SEVERE PERSONAL INJURY
OR DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT. Make sure mounting buttons
on display are properly seated in mounting holes in faceplate.
3.
While supporting both sides of display, align four mounting
buttons on display or interface bracket with four mounting
holes in faceplate. (See Figure 5) and (See Figure 6)
4.
Lower display into place listening for audible "click" to
ensure recessed area of mounting buttons are properly
seated in lower area of mounting holes and ClickConnect
mechanism engages. (See Figure 5) and (See Figure 6)
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PNR Series
Cable Management
(top view)
connector
bracket
WARNING: IMPROPER INSTALLATION CAN LEAD TO
SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY OR DAMAGE TO
EQUIPMENT! Make sure cables do not run through pinch
points.
1. Thread cable ties (J) under cable clamps in mount arms.
(See Figure 1)
Top view
1
Cable tie
(L) x 2
Cable clamps
Figure 8
Cable tie
Figure 7
2.
Route power/audio/video cables through the cable channel
in top arm (See Figure 7), allowing sufficient slack in cables
for left / right movement of display and swing arm, as well
as swing arm extension and retraction.
3.
Secure cables to top arm using two cable ties (J).
4.
Repeat Steps 1 through 3, as necessary, for remaining top
arm and lower arms.
WARNING: IMPROPER INSTALLATION CAN LEAD TO
SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY OR DAMAGE TO
EQUIPMENT! DO NOT route cables through holes in
faceplate.
5.
(Optional) Install two cable clips (L) into holes on connector
bracket. (See Figure 8)
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Tension Adjustments
Swivel Tension Adjustment
Vertical Tilt Tension Adjustment
1.
With display mounted, check for desired vertical tilt tension.
CAUTION: DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN SWIVEL
2.
Adjust the Centris Select knob until desired vertical tilt
tension is obtained. (See Figure 9)
3.
To lock the mount at the desired vertical tilt, tighten the
vertical tilt lock screw. (See Figure 10)
ADJUSTMENT NUT. Over tightening swivel adjustment nut
will cause excessive wear and may distort adjustment
components.
Centris Select
adjustment knob
1.
Using a 9/16” wrench (not provided), slightly tighten or
loosen swivel tension adjustment nut. (See Figure 11)
2.
Repeat until desired tilt tension is obtained.
Roll Tension Adjustment
1.
If necessary, loosen or tighten roll tension adjustment nut.
(See Figure 11)
2.
Repeat until desired rotational tilt tension is obtained.
Figure 9
Swivel tension
adjustment nut
Vertical tilt
lock screw
Figure 10
Roll tension
adjustment nut
Figure 11
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PNR Series
Swing Arm Adjustments
The dual swing arms are shipped installed in the center of the
top and bottom mounting brackets, which is the standard
mounting configuration.
Reconfiguring the Swing Arms to Left or Right of
Center
1.
The top and bottom mounting brackets have slotted holes,
allowing for lateral adjustment of the dual swing arms.
After installing top and bottom mounting brackets between two
wood studs 16” on center, the swing arms can be adjusted or
moved off center, depending on the location of the mount, size
of display, and lateral movement needed to rotate the display.
Remove the display from the mount.
WARNING: The next step will release the arm assembly
from the mount. The arms and plate may fall if you are not
careful.
2.
Remove four bolts (two on the top and two on the bottom)
securing the swing arm assembly to the top and bottom
mounting brackets. (See Figure 3)
The swing arms can be adjusted, as follows:
•
Adjusting the Swing Arms Off-Center
With no disassembly required, you can adjust the
swing arms up to 1-inch to the left of center or up to
1-inch to the right of center.
•
Reconfiguring the Swing Arms Left of Center
With some disassembly and reassembly required, you
can move the swing arms to the left of center by
reconfiguring the mount. Use the first and third slotted
holes in the top and bottom mounting brackets.
•
Reconfiguring the Swing Arms Right of Center
With some disassembly and reassembly, you can
move the swing arms to the right of center by
reconfiguring the mount. Use the third and fifth slotted
holes in the top and bottom mounting brackets.
Top bolts
Figure 13
3.
Adjusting the Swing Arms Off Center
Move the swing arm assembly left or right within slots to
desired location.
•
Left of Center (See Figure 3).
•
Right of Center (See Figure 14).
1.
Remove the display from the mount.
2.
Loosen four bolts (two on the top and two on the bottom)
securing the swing arm assembly to top and bottom
mounting brackets (See Figure 12).
4.
Install four bolts (two on the top and two on the bottom) to
secure the swing arm assembly to the top and bottom
mounting brackets.
3.
Move the swing arm assembly left or right within slots to
desired location.
5.
Tighten the bolts.
4.
Tighten the bolts.
6.
Install the display on the mount.
5.
Install the display on the mount.
Top bolts
Top bolts
Figure 14
Figure 12
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Swing Arm Tension Adjustment
Swing arm tension is pre-set at the factory and is adjusted to
accommodate displays with weights near the top of the mount’s
capacity.
If smaller displays are used it may be difficult to reposition the
display after mounting.
Increase tension
NOTE: The display must be mounted prior to adjusting swing
arm tension.
To adjust swing arm tension to compensate for smaller display:
1. Place adjustment insert (F) into tension adjustment screw
located at swing arm pivot point. (See Figure 15)
NOTE: The display may need to be repositioned in order to
gain access to the tension adjustment screw(s).
2.
Use the adjustment wrench (E) provided with the mount,
turn adjustment insert clockwise to increase swing arm
tension (See Figure 16) or counterclockwise to reduce
swing arm tension. (See Figure 17)
NOTE: Small adjustments of 1/8 turn or less are typically all
that is required to achieve desired tension.
3.
Figure 16
Check swing arm tension. If desired tension is present,
tension adjustment is complete. If additional tension
adjustment is required, repeat steps 1 and 2 until desired
tension is achieved.
NOTE: If changing from a smaller display to a larger display it
may be necessary to increase swing arm tension.
Reduce tension
(E)
Tension adjustment
screw
Figure 17
(F)
Figure 15
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Removing Display from Mount
3.
Carefully lift display from mount
1.
4.
Lift up on pin and place flag back against faceplate to return
it to "Closed" position. (See Figure 19)
Remove bolt or padlock from faceplate (if used).
NOTE: The pin may have been used as a more permanent
locking device. If so, remove nut and pin and move
from the lower holes to the upper holes.
2.
Pull back on flag on upper mounting hole and press pin
down into "Open" position. (See Figure 18)
4
WARNING: DISPLAY MAY WEIGH IN EXCESS OF 40
LBS! Always use two people and proper lifting techniques
when installing or positioning display on mount.
1
Remove bolt
or padlock
if used.
2
Pin in
"Closed"
position move to
"Open"
position to
remove
display.
Pin in
"Open"
position move to
"Closed"
position
after display
is removed.
Figure 19
Figure 18
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Chief, a products division of
Milestone AV Technologies
8800-002682 Rev01
2016 Milestone AV Technologies
www.milestone.com
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