Arlington CE1-1 Recessed Cable Wall Plate, 1-Gang, White

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Arlington CE1-1 Recessed Low Voltage Cable Plate, 1-Gang, White, 1-Pack. Designed for use with HDMI, coax, data, voice, and other low-voltage cabling. Use the reversible cable entrance hood to run communications cabling as desired. The non-metallic unit works as entrance or exit plates, protects your cabling from damage. Cable scoop mounts directly to the wall with included drywall screws that match the plate cover. Reversible scoop plate is aesthetically pleasing and may be installed facing in or facing out. First install a low-voltage mounting bracket(such as the LV1-1CS), fish wires behind wall surface through mounting bracket. Now also put the wires through this cable plate and attach the cable plate to the mounting bracket. . Low-voltage mounting bracket is recommended for additional support, however not required complete installation. Reversible scoop plate is aesthetically pleasing and may be installed facing in or facing out. Made In USA.

Product Specification

Manufacturer Arlington Industries
Part Number CE1
Item Weight 1.6 ounces
Product Dimensions 2.85 x 1.51 x 4.62 inches
Item model number CE1-1
Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No
Size 1-Gang; 1-Pack
Color White
Material Plastic
Item Package Quantity 1
Included Components Wall plate
Batteries Included? No
Batteries Required? No
Warranty Description Arlington fittings are carefully inspected and our manufacturing process is designed to prevent the possibility of a defective product leaving our plant. In the event any of our products are found to be defective, we will replace them with new product free of charge. The time limit for this warranty is one year following the date of sale or one year after the date of installation, whichever is the earlier date. This warranty does not apply when the product is used for any purpose other than the intended use as described in the Arlington literature. This warranty does not apply when the product is used for any installation which would violate the national electrical code or any code which takes precedence in a particular jurisdiction. Labor is not included.