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Proaim Truss Connection Plates - Euro & Mitchell

With Euro/Elemac Mount & Mitchell Mount Adapters

€320,65
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SKU : TC-EURO-00

For Rigging Camera & Remote Heads on Grid / Wall Spreader / Scaffold Pole

High Payload at Low Space Requirements. Tool-less Handling, Flexible Assembly.

Connection Plate Attaches to any Common Truss System & Offers Many Possibilities.







Proaim Truss Connection Plates are high quality mounts that enable suspension of cameras and remote heads on grid of poles, like on Proaim Wall Spreader. These Oval-shaped Crossbar Connection Plates come with Euro/Elemac Mount Adapter as well as Mitchell Adapter configurations and have enormous load capacity with minimal space requirement. The plates are constructed from commercial-grade Aluminum & stainless steel which ensures years of perfect use. Truss plates are flexible in mounting due to adjustable clamps and are completely tool-free in operation.

The rugged Clamps attach on 42mm to 52mm rod diameters and come with Secure Knobs for tightening onto pole. The clamps are connected to Truss Plates via Ratchet Levers. You can adjust position of clamp on pole and can also swivel clamp 360° for better positioning, depending on the setup availability/requirement.



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The supportive accessories are for demonstration purpose only.


- Construction: Commercial-grade Aluminum
- Clamping Rod Diameter: 32mm - 52mm
- Clamp Adjustment: Yes
- Clamps: 120 mm Clamping Radius
- Clamp Swivel: 360°
- Load Capacity: 50kg
- Product Weight (without packing): TC-EURO-00: 3.25kg / 7.16lb
- Product Weight (without packing): TC-MTCL-01: 3kg / 6.6lb

- Proaim Truss Connection Plate

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