Almost all manufacturers of monitors / televisions (such as Acer, Asus, Benq, Dell, Eizo, Grundig, HP, LG, Philips, Samsung, Sharp, Sony, Telefunken, Toshiba) provide on the back of the screens corresponding threaded holes for the attachment to a mount systems. The horizontal and vertical pitch of the threaded holes results in the VESA standard. If there is no VESA recording on the back of the TV sets (for example, on a Metz and Loewe model), VESA adapters are used. Below we will give you the answer on how to find out which VESA standard you have.
Most of the monitors are divided into three VESA standards: VESA MIS-D, VESA MIS-E and VESA MIS-F. TVs and monitors up to 14 kg usually have the VESA-MIS-D port, which has a square hole pattern of 75x75 or 100x100 mm. VESA MIS-E compliant monitors are equipped with a rectangular hole pattern of 200x100 mm and carry up to 23 kg. Large televisions usually have the VESA MIS-F standard, which has a hole pattern of 200mm pitch (e.g., 400x200, 600x400mm). However, deviations like 300x300 mm are not uncommon.
Have you figured out the VESA standard of your TV / monitor, you can make the choice of your monitor holder now.
Find useful tips on what you have to pay attention for in the "Steps to your monitor mount".