Versa-Mount Vise and Grinder Hitch Mount
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Shopping for a flat-screen TV or monitor will lead you to an alphabet soup of technical jargon like OLED, LCD, and HDMI. If you’re looking to get a new mount, it is important to know what VESA is and how to measure your VESA size, so you can get the right mount for your TV or monitor. What Is VESA?
As well as being used for mounting monitors, the standards can be used to attach a small PC to the monitor mount. The screen manufacturer should warrant that filling the provided holes in either the horizontal or vertical edge (at user's choice) with the specified screws will be able to hold the screen in any direction. In addition, manufacturers also consider the screen size and weight of the display for VESA standards. MIS-D standard mounts, for instance, can carry a maximum weight of 30.8 lbs. On the other hand, MIS-E mounts can hold units weighing at most 50 lbs. and MIS-F mounts can hold up to 250 lbs.If a screen is heavier or larger than specified in table 1, it should use a larger variant from the table, for instance, a 30-in LCD TV weighing more than 50lb (23kg) would need to use a part F mount.
The FDMI was extended in 2006 with additional screw patterns that are more appropriate for larger TV screens. Thus the standard now specifies seven sizes, each with more than one variant. These are referenced as parts B to F of the standard or with official abbreviations, usually prefixed by the word "VESA".Unofficially, the variants are sometimes referenced as just "VESA" followed by the pattern size in mm, which is slightly ambiguous for the names "VESA 50" (four possibilities), "VESA 75" (two possibilities) and "VESA 200" (three possibilities). However, if "VESA 100" is accepted as meaning the original variant ("VESA MIS-D, 100"), then all but "VESA MIS-E" and "VESA MIS-F, 200" have at least one unique dimension that can be used in this way, as can be seen from the tables below. Non-square patterns, such as 600×200mm and 600x400mm  and 800×400mm. These were apparently permitted by the version 1 (2002) standard.  :vii–viii The labeling for these may have been "MIS-F, width, height" e.g. "MIS-F, 600, 200" for 600×200mm. [ bettersourceneeded] If the screen manufacturer provides their own mount, it may be attached in any way as long as it can be removed.