Mount Guide: VESA Interface Standards
You may want to know - what exactly is the VESA Interface Standard and how does it help mount your displays? The VESA Interface Standard helps to determine the 4-hole attachment at the back of your displays as well as the screws that will be used to fit those holes. It is the distance between those holes which is calculated in mm (horizontal distance x vertical distance). The VESA Interface Standard is used by most popular display & TV manufacturers such as Canon, Dell, Toshiba, Casio, Sony, Samsung, etc. It also helps to define the placement of the 4-hole pattern. As far as the attachments are concerned for the VESA mounts, the 4-hole patterns need to be at the center of the back of the display. The center position for the hole pattern allows the mount to hold heavier displays by reducing the torquing force that is applied to the mount. The most common standards are VESA 400x400 for displays up to 60 inches, and VESA 600x400 for bigger screens.
How will VESA mounts help your displays? By applying VESA mounts to our monitors and TVs, you can allow your display to be flexible and reposition itself as the monitor would be suspended in the air. This allows readjusting your flat-screens to fit your eye-level without disrupting your comfort and where you’re seated. You can easily find a mount that is appropriate for your flat screen or monitor’s weight and size through the use of VESA Standards. The VESA pattern helps to figure out which mount will be compatible with your screen so that you can avoid any further confusion.