On this page you will find out what you need to pay attention to in order to be able to install the ScreenTrain TV mount smoothly in your premises.
The checklist includes 2 points:
1. checking the space required in your premises
2. checking the routing of the supply cables (power, antenna cable, HDMI cable, etc.). to the ScreenTrain TV mount
1.1 Check whether the required free space for the ScreenTrain is available on the ceiling.
- This is 33.5cm in width.
- This is dimension "A" in length, depending on the version:
2 metres ScreenTrain:
210.6 cm plus 2x 2.3cm mounting path of the side covers = 215.2 cm
3 metres ScreenTrain:
310.6 cm plus 2x 2.3cm mounting path of the side covers = 315.2 cm
4 metres ScreenTrain:
410.6 cm plus 2x 2.3cm mounting path of side covers = 415.2 cm
1.2 Check whether the required space is available for the desired displacement of the TV ceiling mount ScreenTrain is available. Also check the space required for rotating the TV (depending on the size of your TV) if you want to do this on your premises. Also check the ceiling height of your premises for compatibility with the "B min" and "B max" dimensions given below.
The illustration below shows an example of a concept for laying the supply lines. You only have to lay your supply lines up to the side cover of the ScreenTrain (flush-mounted or surface-mounted). Then connect the internal cables of the ScreenTrain on one side to your supply cables and on the other side to your TV --> done.
The internal connections for the cable leads to the ScreenTrain are located on the front of the ScreenTrain under the side cover
2.1 Flush-mounted cable routing ("surface-mounted routing" see 2.2)
The cable passage through the ceiling is positioned relative to the ScreenTrain as dimensioned below. The diameter of the hole should not exceed 6.5 cm so that the side cover will completely cover it later. The cables should protrude from the ceiling with a length of approx. 15 cm.
2.2 Laying the "surface-mounted" supply lines
The supply lines to the ScreenTrain can also be laid after the ScreenTrain has been mounted on the ceiling.
To do this, simply lay a 40 mm x 20 mm cable duct up to the side cover of the ScreenTrain. You will receive a side cover with a suitable cut-out for the cable duct.
Once you have completed points 1 and 2 of the checklist, nothing stands in the way of installing the ScreenTrain TV mount in your premises.