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    Lightbulb [QUOTE] Projector Mount Plate Thingamujiggy

    Please see image 1 for a very bad way of me trying to describe the solution i am after.
    (red is what we would prefer not to replace)

    We need new projector plates, which will allow us to place different projectors on brackets with minimum fuss, as we currently have to replace our PLCSE15 projectors regually, and to get them to fit the new brackets (image 2 shows the issue, those pillars do not meet the screw holes on the bottom of the projector unit) we have to take the plates down to DT, to be cut up and then soldered to fit the new units, which is less than Ideal.

    what we would ideally like to find, is a plate/container, universal, with the 4 main screws on the top, so they can simply be screwed into our existing ceiling pole plate (the one in image 3, showing the 4 screws which then hold in the plate connecting the projector plate. the projector plate being what we are looking to get rid of) and then universally fit any projector we require to put up.

    in image 1, again, red is showing what we would prefer not to replace, and the green arrow points to the plate which actually fits to the projector which is what we are looking to remove from the equation.

    Thanks in advance, i may be asking for a product which simply does not exist, but we just need a far easier projector mounting solution, with minimum effort to do the change over.

    ~Ben
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    Hi Ben,

    with your permission, i would like a stab at getting some costs to you for this.

    could you drop me your contact details and i will start looking into this for you.

    many thanks in advance

    regards

    zak

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben-BSH View Post
    Please see image 1 for a very bad way of me trying to describe the solution i am after.
    (red is what we would prefer not to replace)

    We need new projector plates, which will allow us to place different projectors on brackets with minimum fuss, as we currently have to replace our PLCSE15 projectors regually, and to get them to fit the new brackets (image 2 shows the issue, those pillars do not meet the screw holes on the bottom of the projector unit) we have to take the plates down to DT, to be cut up and then soldered to fit the new units, which is less than Ideal.

    what we would ideally like to find, is a plate/container, universal, with the 4 main screws on the top, so they can simply be screwed into our existing ceiling pole plate (the one in image 3, showing the 4 screws which then hold in the plate connecting the projector plate. the projector plate being what we are looking to get rid of) and then universally fit any projector we require to put up.

    in image 1, again, red is showing what we would prefer not to replace, and the green arrow points to the plate which actually fits to the projector which is what we are looking to remove from the equation.

    Thanks in advance, i may be asking for a product which simply does not exist, but we just need a far easier projector mounting solution, with minimum effort to do the change over.

    ~Ben
    Hiya Ben,

    If you would like to ping me over a quick email I will work on a quote for you straight away ,

    joe@c-p-ltd.com
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    The mounts shown in the picture appear to be what Promethean manufactured and to my knowledge are no longer available. Your best bet would be to replace the whole bracketry system with say a Universal Sahara bracketry kit. Will save you alot of hassle in the long run.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Educare_AV View Post
    The mounts shown in the picture appear to be what Promethean manufactured and to my knowledge are no longer available. Your best bet would be to replace the whole bracketry system with say a Universal Sahara bracketry kit. Will save you alot of hassle in the long run.
    That is exactly what it is, I make my own plates up now either by modifying the existing one or making a fresh one from a sheet of steel. If you are not handy / don't have handy site staff then swapping it for a generic Sahara mounting system one will be a much better idea.

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