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FAQs

 

What if my TV exceeds the 70" maximum screen size, can I still use the Pillar Mount?

The 70" maximum screen size is provided as general guidance.  If your TV is VESA compatible with 75x75 - 600x400, and does not exceed the 77lbs weight recommendation, then by all means, our product can be used for your TV!

I have a square (or rectangular) column, what is the minimum side width that the Pillar Mount will work on?

The Pillar Mount intended for columns ranging in size from 12" - 30" Circumference (4" - 10" Dia.) can be used on square or rectangular columns with sides greater than or equal to 4 inches in width.

The Pillar Mount intended for columns ranging in size from 30" - 144" Circumference (10" - 46" Dia.) can be used on square or rectangular columns with sides greater than or equal to 8 inches in width.

Where is Pillar Mount manufactured?

We are proud to say that our product is made in Canada, utilizing domestic and imported parts.

What is VESA Compatibility?

VESA© defines standards for mounting interfaces on monitors and TVs. The VESA standard defines dimensions of the four-hole attachment interface on the back of displays and the screws used to fit those holes. It also dictates the placement of the hole pattern on the display.
 The VESA interface for your television can be found by looking up the specifications for your TV either online or in the manual.  Don't hesitate to reach out if you need a hand!

What is the full list of VESA dimensions that the Pillar Mount supports?

75x75, 100x100, 100x150, 100x200, 150x100, 150x150, 200x100, 200x200, 300x200, 300x300, 400x200, 400x300, 400x400, 600x400

How do I use the ratchet straps?

In the event you need any additional guidance for using the ratchet straps, the following tutorial should come in handy!

Can the Pillar Mount be used outside?

YES - the mount itself and all components are powder coated to prevent rusting. The straps are similar to those used for securing cargo while in transit, they are made for the harshest of conditions.

How should I handle my TV's cables (HDMI, power, etc.)?

For the cleanest look, we recommend using a long HDMI & power cord run along one of the straps and down the back of the column (out of sight). Securing in place with some basic zip ties works really well. Any electronics, such as gaming consoles or cable boxes can be tucked out of sight behind the column or in a free standing entertainment console off to the side.