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    Casio XJ A130 mounting point thread size

    Got one on order and need to spec a ceiling mount for it. Can anybody confirm the size of the threads for the arm mount points and how many there are?

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    There are 3 mount points. The screw holes are very small. According to the Sahara universal mounting kit (we ended up using the smallest screws included - Thanks to John for the tip ) the screws we used were M3 in size

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soulfish View Post
    the screws we used were M3 in size
    Oooh thanks for the actual size

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soulfish View Post
    There are 3 mount points. The screw holes are very small. According to the Sahara universal mounting kit (we ended up using the smallest screws included - Thanks to John for the tip ) the screws we used were M3 in size
    Cheers mate, very helpful!

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    You can also buy specific mounts for the casio projectors which are an entrapment design and include security screws in them. They ave a universal mounting point at the top so should fit most existing poles.

    If you are using something like the sahara universal mount you will need to use washers as well as the M3 screws to ensure a good fixing.

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    Hi

    M3

    Hope that helps

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    Can anyone confirm the max length for these? (internal thread length)

    Cheers,

    Chunks.

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    We used RA mounts with these and had to buy M3 screws elsewhere (hard to get!!) We used 10mm long screws but these were probably on the small side as screw head was tiny and we had to use washers.

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