The Flat Display Mounting Interface (FDMI), also known as VESA Mounting Interface Standard (MIS) or colloquially as VESA mount, is a family of standards defined by the Video Electronics Standards Association for mounting flat panel monitors, televisions, and other displays to stands or wall mounts.
Accordingly, what is VESA wall mount compatibility?
The VESA Interface Standard defines the distance in millimeters between the four mounting holes on the back of a TV (distance horizontally x distance vertically). VESA is a standard used for TV wall mounts and wall mounting systems, adapted by most TV brands.
One may also ask, does my TV have VESA mounting holes? To determine if your TV is VESA compliant, measure the vertical and horizontal center line distance between hole pattern on the back of the TV. This measurement should conform to one of the dimensions provided above. The image below is an example of the holes may look on the back of your TV or monitor.
Also question is, how do I know what VESA mount I have?
DETERMINING YOUR TV’S VESA SIZE
- Measure the horizontal distance between the centers of the left and right holes. This will give you the first measurement.
- Measure the vertical distance between the centers of the top and bottom holes.
- If you’re measuring in inches, convert to millimeters (1 inch = 25.4 mm)
Are VESA mount screws Universal?
VESA MIS-D, 100/75, C compliant displays are equipped with either a 100 x 100 mm or 75 x 75 mm square hole pattern, using M4 screws for attachment of the mount to the display. M6 or M8 screws are used to attach the mount to the display.