How will I find out if my TV is VESA compatible?

VESA stands for “Video Electronics Standards Association”, which is an organization that develops technical standards for products such as TVs. Briefly put, it is an international standard for the mounting holes on the reverse side of your TV. 

You can check under the specifications on the brand or dealer site for your TV to see if your TV is VESA compatible. 

Please look up the specific model either in the instructions manual, on the company page or at the place you bought the TV. Look under specifications for VESA compatibility.

VESA compatibility, for example, can also be written as 100x100 up to 400x400 mm. 

If your VESA holes are 600mm in width and 400mm in height, or less – your TV is suited for Pedestal TV stands.