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Premier Mounts EST150 User's Manual
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Single-Stud Short-Throw Projector Wall Mount
Model: EST150
NORTH AMERICA
3130 East Miraloma Avenue
Anaheim, CA 92806 USA
USA and Canada
Phone: 1-800-368-9700
Fax: 1-800-832-4888
Other Locations
Phone: (001) 714-632-7100
EUROPE
Unit 3, The Moorings Business Park, Channel Way
Longford, Coventry, CV6 6RH, UK
Phone: +44 (0)24 7664 4105
Fax: +44 (0)24 7664 4165
Fax: (001) 714-632-1044
9530-011-021-01
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Table of Contents
Heading 1
Weight Capacity
2
Warning Statements2
Installation Tools3
Parts List3
Features4
Determining the Installation Height5
Wood Stud Installation6
Throw Distance Calculation8
Projector Installation
8
Attaching the Mount Carriage9
Multiple Mounting Point Installation10
Single Mounting Point Installation12
Attaching the Mount Carriage to the Projector Arm
13
Cable Routing (Optional)14
Securing the Projector (Optional) 14
Mount Adjustment
15
Technical Specifications
15
Warranty
16
Disclaimer16
Weight Capacity
Maximum projector weight:
25 lbs.
THE WALL STRUCTURE MUST BE CAPABLE OF HOLDING FIVE
(5) TIMES THE WEIGHT OF THE PROJECTOR. IF NOT, THEN THE
WALL STRUCTURE MUST BE REINFORCED.
Warning Statements
PRIOR TO THE INSTALLATION OF THIS PRODUCT, THE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS SHOULD BE READ AND COMPLETELY UNDERSTOOD. THE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS MUST BE READ TO PREVENT PERSONAL INJURY AND PROPERTY DAMAGE. KEEP
THESE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS IN AN EASILY ACCESSIBLE LOCATION FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
PREMIER MOUNTS DOES NOT WARRANT AGAINST DAMAGE CAUSED BY THE USE OF ANY PREMIER MOUNTS PRODUCT FOR
PURPOSES OTHER THAN THOSE FOR WHICH IT WAS DESIGNED OR DAMAGE CAUSED BY UNAUTHORIZED ATTACHMENTS OR
MODIFICATIONS, AND IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DAMAGES, CLAIMS, DEMANDS, SUITS, ACTIONS OR CAUSES OF ACTION
OF WHATEVER KIND RESULTING FROM, ARISING OUT OF OR IN ANY MANNER RELATING TO ANY SUCH USE, ATTACHMENTS OR
MODIFICATIONS.
SAFETY MEASURES MUST BE PRACTICED AT ALL TIMES DURING THE ASSEMBLY OF THIS PRODUCT. USE PROPER
SAFETY GEAR AND TOOLS FOR THE ASSEMBLY PROCEDURE TO PREVENT PERSONAL INJURY.
At least two qualified people should perform the assembly procedure. Injury and/or damage can result from dropping or mishandling the
projector.
If mounting to studs, make sure that the mounting screws are anchored into the center of the studs. Use of an edge-to-edge stud finder is
recommended.
Be aware of the mounting environment. If drilling and/or cutting into the mounting surface, always make sure that there are no electrical wires in
wall. Cutting/drilling into an electrical line may cause serious injury.
Make sure there are no water lines inside the wall where the mount is to be located. Cutting/drilling into a water line may cause severe water
damage to the mounting surface.
This product is intended for indoor use only. Use of this product outdoors could lead to product failure and personal injury.
Do not install near sources of high heat. Do not install on a structure that is prone to vibration, movement or chance of impact
Contact Premier Mounts with any questions
(800) 368-9700
techsupport@mounts.com
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Installation Tools
The following tools may be required depending upon your particular installation. They are not included.
Phillips Screwdriver
⅛˝ Drill Bit
Electronic Stud Finder
Drill
Level
Parts List
Make sure your Premier Mounts product has the following hardware and components before beginning installation. If
there are parts missing and/or damaged, stop the installation and call Premier Mounts at (800) 368-9700.
EST150 Hardware
Projector Arm
Cover Plate (Qty 1)
Projector Arm
(Qty 1)
M3 Flat Washer
(Qty 4)
M2.5 x 8mm
Security Screw (Qty 4)
M2.5 x 10mm
Security Screw (Qty 4)
M3 x 16mm
Security Screw (Qty 4)
M5 x 12mm
Security Screw (Qty 4)
M6 x 12mm Security
Screw (Qty 4)
#14 x 2” Wood Screw
(Qty 2)
¼-20 x 5/16″ Security
Screw (Qty 1)
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Mount Carriage
(Qty 1)
M4 x 12mm
Security Screw (Qty 4)
M5 x 10mm
Security Screw (Qty 3)
M5 Security Wrench
(Qty 1)
Barrel Cap
(Qty 4)
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Features
The Single-Stud Short-Throw Projector Wall Mount (EST150) is a simple and elegant tool for mounting a wide variety
of short-throw projectors. Its design allows you to use the same mount even if you need to replace the projector with a
different model. Unique features include a mount carriage that easily slides along the projector arm for quick screen size
adjustments, integrated cable management, and Lock-It™ security screws and barrel for enhanced security.
Single Stud
Mounts firmly to a
single wood stud.
Projector Adjustment
Position the projector anywhere along
the projector arm.
Cable Routing
Discreetly manage signal
and power cables through
the projector arm.
Radial Glide®
Up to 6°of smooth adjustment
in any direction.
EST-WP (Optional)
The optional EST-WP wall plate
allows for mounting to 12” or 16”
dual studs. The back plate also
allows lateral shift after installation.
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Determining the Installation Height
In order to determine the installation height and throw distance, the mount carriage must be mounted
to the projector.
Refer to the projectors User’s Manual to determine the offset of the projector lens to the top of the
screen/whiteboard (B).
Mount Carriage
Projector
Lens
1) Measure distance from center of lens to the top of the mount carriage (C).
2) Add the distance from the ground to the top of the screen (A). Add the projector manufacturers recommended
offset from the projector manual (B). Add the measurement from Step 1 (C), and then add the mounting screw
offset (D) to the total.
(Example: A + B + C + D = ?)
3) Add the measurements to determine the mounting height mark. Place a mark at the top of the total calculated
height measurement starting from the ground up. This height mark will determine your mounting points.
Mark
D
Top of Screen
A -
Legend
Distance from ground to the top of the
screen/whiteboard (viewable area).
B -
Manufacturers recommended offset
measurement. This measurement will
be listed in the Users Manual.
C -
Center of the lens to the top of the
projector bracket.
D -
If single-stud EST150, add 5.14˝ to
the calculated total.
This total distance will be the location for the
lower mounting point.
Ground
Proceed to the “Wood Stud Installation”
section.
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Wood Stud Installation
Do NOT over-tighten lag bolts when attaching the mount to the wall. Improper installation may result in personal
injury or damage to property.
THE EXACT CENTER OF THE STUD MUST BE LOCATED FOR CORRECT AND SAFE INSTALLATION.
EST150 Installation
Step 1
Wood Stud
Use an electronic stud finder (not supplied) to
locate the center of the stud that is in the wall.
Stud finder
Step 2
Mounting Point
Mark
Use a pencil to mark the first mounting point, just
above your height mark (from page 5).
Height
Mark
(from page 5)
Step 3
1) Use the level to make sure the projector arm is level
from side to side.
2) Place the projector arm’s second mounting hole over
the first mounting point mark, then use a pencil to
mark the upper mounting point.
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Two (2) mounting points must be used.
Marking
Projector
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Wood Stud
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Step 4
Drill
Marking
Once the mounting points have been marked, use a
⅛˝ drill bit and portable drill to drill the pilot holes.
Step 5
After the pilot holes have been drilled, use
two (2) #14 x 2˝ wood screws to mount the projector
arm to the wooden stud.
#14 x 2” Wood Screw
Projector
Arm
Marking
Wood Stud
Step 6
Use two (2) M5 x 10mm security screws to attach the
projector arm cover plate to the projector arm.
Go to the “Throw Distance Calculation” section on
page 10.
Wood stud not shown
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Throw Distance Calculation
Please review the Operator’s Manual that came packaged with your projector before attaching the upper
mounting bracket. The correct throw distance (the distance from the projector to the screen) must be
determined prior to mounting the projector.
1) Refer to the projectors User’s Manual to
determine the distance from the lens to
the front of the screen (X).
Calculations
2) Measure the distance from the front of
the lens to the center of the projector (Y). X = Manufacturers recommended
throw distance
3) Measure the distance from the wall to the
face of the whiteboard/screen (Z).
4) Add all measurements (X + Y + Z) to
determine projector placement on the
arm assembly. This measurement
will determine where the center of the
mount bracket will be located on the
arm assembly. Please make note of this
measurement.
Z = Distance from wall to face of
whiteboard/screen
Front Lens
Front Lens Throw Distance =
(X + Y + Z)
Rear Lens Throw Distance =
(X - Y + Z)
The EST150 can be also used as
a wall-mounted standard projector mount as
well as a short throw projector mount. Align
the projector facing the opposite direction
from the wall plate to project the image
across the room. Please take into account
the projectors throw capabilities prior to
mounting in the projector opposite direction.
Rear Lens
Proceed to the “Projector Installation” section.
Projector Installation
Attaching the Projector to the Mount Carriage
Locate the mounting points on the bottom of the projector
(see arrows).
Proceed to the “Attaching the Mount Carriage” section.
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Attaching the Mount Carriage
Selecting the Mounting Hardware
1) Insert a small straw or toothpick into the threaded inserts
found on the bottom or top of the projector.
2) Use a pencil to mark the depth of the threaded insert on the
small straw or toothpick.
3) Mark the straw or toothpick 1/8” above the depth of the
threaded insert, as shown in Figure 1.
4) Insert the small straw or toothpick into the remaining
threaded inserts to compare and verify their depth using the
straw or toothpick’s 1/8” allowance mark.
5) Locate the correct diameter screw for the threaded insert.
If the screw you selected is longer than the 1/8”
allowance mark on the small straw or toothpick, as shown
in Figure 2 and Figure 3, do not use this screw. The
screw length must not bypass the mark.
6)
Marking the 1/8”
Allowance
Test each size of the screws provided. The correct screws
should thread easily into the mounting point and not pull out
when tension is applied.
Small Straw or Toothpick
Does your projector have multiple mounting points or a
single mounting point?
If your projector has multiple mounting points,
proceed to the “Multiple Mounting Point
Installation” section.
Small Straw
or Toothpick
Depth Plus 1/8” Allowance
Mark
Small Straw
or Toothpick
Depth Plus 1/8” Allowance
Mark
If your projector has a single mounting point, skip to
the “Single Mounting Point Installation” section
on page 14.
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Multiple Mounting Point Installation
Step 1
1) Locate the projector’s mounting points.
2) Position the mounting legs on the projector.
The mounting legs are pre-installed. Depending on the
requirements of your projector, you may remove one of
the mounting legs.
The number and placement of mounting
points on projectors varies between projector
manufacturers. Refer to you projector’s technical
specifications for the number and location of the
mounting points on your specific projector.
Mount carriage not shown.
Step 2
1) Attach the mounting legs to the projector using the
corresponding mounting hardware.
Do not tighten the mounting hardware at this time.
Screws shown for illustration
purposes only.
Step 3
1) If the mounting legs need to be leveled, rotate the
leveling barrels to level the mounting bracket.
2) To raise the mounting legs, rotate the leveling barrel
clock-wise. To lower the mounting leg, rotate the
leveling barrel counter clock-wise.
Raise or lower each of the mounting legs, by
rotating the leveling barrels, until all of the mounting
legs are at an equal height.
•Lower the mounting leg by rotating the leveling
barrel counter-clockwise.
•Raise the mounting legs by rotating the leveling
barrel clockwise.
3) When the desired position is achieved, tighten the
mounting screws to the projector and then tighten the
hex head leg screws with the M5 Allen wrench.
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Mounting Hardware Too Long?
The depth of some projector mount points may
prevent you from tightening the M2.5 and M3
mounting hardware.
You can reduce the length of the M2.5 and
M3 mounting hardware by stacking up to a
maximum of five (5) M3 flat washers inside the
leveling barrel.
Avoid stacking too many M3 washers; the
mounting hardware must thread into the
projector mount point at least four (4) complete
turns.
Step 4
1) Identify the projector’s approximate front-to-back
center of gravity. Place your hands on each side of
the projector and gently lift it an inch from the surface
on which it is resting. Carefully adjust your grip on the
projector until it seems balanced from front-to-back.
Mentally note the apparent center of gravity.
2) Identify the projector’s approximate side-to-side
center of gravity. Place your hands on the front and
back of the projector and gently lift it an inch from the
surface on which it is resting. Carefully adjust your
grip on the projector until it seems balanced from
side-to-side. Mentally note the apparent center of
gravity.
3) Make sure the mount carriage is as close as possible
to the projector’s center of gravity.
Side-to-Side
Center of Gravity
Front-to-Back
Center of Gravity
Step 5
1) Position the legs accordingly for best configuration.
You may raise or lower each leg independently by
turning the leveling barrels.
2) Secure the legs to the mount carriage by screwing
M6 x 12mm security screws into the M6 square nut
(do not overtighten) on the mounting legs.
3) Verify the position of the integrated sliding M6 square
nut in the mounting leg relative to a nearby slot on the
mount carriage.
If the M6 square nut is not aligned with any slot, you
can use any thin implement, such as a toothpick, to
nudge it into alignment.
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Sliding M6
Square Nut
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Step 6
1) Tighten the mounting screws which secures the
mounting legs to the projector.
Do not overtighten the mounting screws.
Step 7
1) Insert one (1) Barrel Cap (except for the security
barrel) into the end of each leveling barrel.
Go to the “Attaching the Mount Carriage to the
Projector Arm” section on page 15.
Single Mounting Point Installation
A single ¼-20 x 5/16″ screw must be used to attach the
mount carriage to the projector if your projector has only
one mounting point.
Do not overtighten the ¼-20 x 5/16″ screw.
Proceed to the “Attaching the Mount Carriage to the
Projector Arm” section on page 15.
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Attaching the Mount Carriage to the Projector Arm
Step 1
Insert and slide the mount carriage along the projector
arm to the desired position.
Shown with optional EST-WP
dual stud plate
Projector not shown
Step 2
Once you have the desired position, use
one (1) M5 x 10mm security screw to tighten the mount
carriage in place.
M5 x 10mm
Security Screw
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Cable Routing (Optional)
1) Remove the plastic cover(s) from the cable routing
openings.
2) Route cables and wiring through the openings then out
the back or bottom near the wall.
Proceed to the “Securing the Projector (Optional)”
section.
Plastic Cover
Route cables and wiring
through the projector arm
openings then out the back
or bottom near the wall.
Securing the Projector (Optional)
Your EST150 includes one (1) Security Barrel which can provide additional theft deterrence for your projector.
Shown below are two examples of how you can use the security barrel to make your projector installation more secure:
the PCB-CSL1 Security Cable (sold separately) or padlock (combination or keyed; sold separately). Follow the
instructions below to install and secure the security barrel.
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
Determine which leveling barrel will be removed.
Remove the mounting screw.
Remove the leveling barrel by turning the leveling barrel counter-clockwise.
Thread in the security barrel clockwise.
Insert and tighten the mounting screw.
Attach theft deterrent device (PCB-CSL1 or padlock) through the hole that is on the security barrel.
Proceed to the “Mount Adjustment” section on page 17.
PCB-CSL1
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Padlock
(Combination or Keyed)
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Mount Adjustment
After the projector has been installed, the projector must
then be adjusted. To adjust the projector:
1) Loosen the M5 set screw using the M5 Allen wrench
(both sides).
2) Adjust the projector to the correct position. Firmly
grasp the projector in both hands, and tilt either
forward or backward to adjust the level.
-OR1) Firmly grasp the projector in both hands and rotate
side to side for orientation adjustment.
2) Tighten both M5 set screws using the M5 Allen
wrench.
M5 Set Screw
Technical Specifications
All measurements are in inches(mm).
49.42
1255
3.25
83
6.37
162
8.59
218
1.81
46
2.00
51
Ø1 3.79
350
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Warranty
PREMIER MOUNTS
LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY
What and Who is Covered by this Limited Warranty and for How Long
Premier Mounts warrants this product to be free from defects in material and workmanship for the lifetime of the original
owner of this product. The limited warranty is valid only for the original purchaser of the product.
What Premier Mounts Will Do
At the sole option of Premier Mounts, Premier Mounts will repair or replace any product or product part that is defective.
If Premier Mounts chooses to replace a defective product or part, a replacement product or part will be shipped to you at
no charge, but you must pay any labor costs.
What is Not Covered; Limitations
PREMIER MOUNTS DISCLAIMS ANY LIABILITY FOR DAMAGE TO MOUNTS, ADAPTERS, DISPLAYS, PROJECTORS, OTHER PROPERTY, OR PERSONAL INJURY RESULTING, IN WHOLE OR IN PART, FROM IMPROPER
INSTALLATION, MODIFICATION, USE OR MISUSE OF ITS PRODUCTS.
PREMIER MOUNTS DISCLAIMS ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING WARRANTIES
OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. PREMIER MOUNTS IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO, INABILITY TO
USE ITS PRODUCTS OR LABOR COSTS FOR REMOVING AND REPLACING DEFECTIVE PRODUCTS OR PARTS.
SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATION OR EXCLUSION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU.
What Customers Must Do for Limited Warranty Service
If you discover a problem that you think may be covered by the warranty you MUST REPORT it in writing to the address
below within thirty (30) days. Proof of purchase (an original sales receipt) from the original consumer purchaser must
accompany all warranty claims. Warranty claims must also include a description of the problem, the purchaser’s name,
address, and telephone number. General inquiries can be addressed to Premier Mounts Customer Service at 1-800368-9700. Warranty claims will not be accepted over the phone or by fax.
Premier Mounts
Attn: Warranty Claim
3130 East Miraloma Ave.
Anaheim, CA 92806
How State Law Applies
THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS, AND YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER RIGHTS WHICH
VARY FROM STATE TO STATE.
Disclaimer
Premier Mounts intends to make this manual accurate and complete. However, Premier Mounts makes no claim that
the information contained herein covers all details, conditions or variations, nor does it provide for every possible
contingency in connection with the installation or use of this product. The information contained in this document is subject to
change without notice or obligation of any kind. Premier Mounts makes no representation of warranty, expressed or implied,
regarding the information contained herein. Premier Mounts assumes no responsibility for accuracy, completeness or
sufficiency of the information contained in this document.
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