This is intended only as a broad guideline, as each wall mount may be compatible with TVs outside of this size range, and may not be compatible with all TVs within the size range.
To confirm whether a wall mount is compatible with your TV, please refer to the VESA specifications and weight restrictions on the wall mount product listing.
How do I find the VESA specification?
All Kogan wall mounts and TVs conform to the VESA mounting standard. Please follow the steps below to check if your TV’s VESA specifications match up with the wall mount.
1. Consult your TV's listing or user manual for the VESA pattern
You can find the VESA pattern in the ‘Specifications’ section of the TV listing or in the manual. The VESA pattern is listed as a fixed value, such as 200 x 200, and should look like this:
This refers to the horizontal and vertical distance in millimetres between the mounting holes.
2. Check the mounting screw required is compatible with the wall mount listing
The VESA pattern in the TV listing will highlight the mounting screw required. All wall mounts come with mounting screws included. Check the ‘in the box’ section in the wall mount listing to see which screw is included with the wall mount.
Most TVs will have four steel-threaded mounting points on the rear of the unit to affix these screws to, but some of our lighter models will have two threaded mounting points above and two unthreaded plastic holes below. This is normal, as the bottom mounting points are not weight-bearing and are only utilised to ensure the snug fit of the TV against the bracket.
3. Check the TV VESA is compatible with the wall mount specifications
Now that you have the VESA mounting specification of the TV, check the VESA range of the wall mount. This can be found under the ‘specification’ section of the wall mount listing, which should look like:
The VESA Range shown here demonstrates both the largest and smallest possible screw spacings on the rear of the product, so a wall mount such as the above would support anything between these sizings (such as 200 x 100, or 600 x 400).
4. Confirm the maximum weight capacity
Check the wall mount maximum weight capacity exceeds the weight of the TV. The weight of the TV can be found in the ‘Specification’ section of the TV listing, and the maximum weight capacity of the wall mount can be found within the listing.
If the TV VESA specification is within the mount’s compatible VESA range, the TV should be compatible with the mount.
5. Connect the TV mount to your wall
Check that there is enough space to fit the TV on the wall once it has been mounted.
Unless otherwise noted, the TV mount must be connected either directly through a concrete wall or the wooden studs within a plastered wall, as pictured below.
For complete installation instructions, please refer to the user manual located at the bottom of the wall mount listing.
For any enquiries regarding our wall mount range or if you are unable to find your TV's VESA pattern, contact our Support Team here
. Please include the TV model number in your enquiry so that our team can efficiently assist you.