Model # 5050

Internet # 202689908

Store SKU # 642116

Home Command Center II

$29.98 /each

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CE TECH Home Command Center II 6-1/2 in. Structured Media Enclosure provides signal distribution for up to 8 locations and supports up to 4 phone lines to 8 rooms. This structured media enclosure offers a plastic, flame-retardant construction for safe storage of the integral connection points in your house. ETL Listed.

  • Ideal for existing construction or installing phone and video services
  • Accommodates up to 4 phone lines for 8 rooms and 1 video input with 8 video outputs
  • Plastic construction provides flame-retardant housing
  • Includes a 2.4 GHz splitter
  • ETL

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Color Family 
Cover type 
Electrical Product Type 
Structured Media Enclosure 
Electronics Features 
Flame retardant 
Electronics Included Components 
Maximum number of modules 
Molded-in brackets 
Structured Media Piece 

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings 
ETL Listed 
Manufacturer Warranty 
10 years for passive components and active components for 2 years from date of purchase 

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Using this panel for wired network

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I have the same question as Tony above -- the cat5 wiring in our house terminates in this panel. Will this work to activate a home network? Thanks.
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Does this panel work for installing cat 5 cable I wired per instructions at panel and at house Jacks using schedule A and is the module to the outi

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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great value and get's the job done. I've used this product over 5 times now and have been very pleased with it each time. It's much more affordable than purchasing a full-sized structured media enclosure and distribution modules. A little more difficult to work with because it doesn't have a cabinet - so there's a slight learning curve with terminating the wires (especially the coax) but as long as you are installing it on a wall without insulation I don't think you'll have any problems. It doesn't quite mount onto a 2-gang low voltage box (or a 1-gang), so I typically install it near a stud and mount to that on one half, and use drywall anchors on the other half. My only complaint is that the small screws holding the cover (and coax distribution module) aren't very strong - but that's it! April 7, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent, easy to use and install The finished job is great. No wires showing anywhere. It was very easy to install, only minor problem is the screws that hold the cover on are very small and close to the wall making it hard to tighten up to hold the cover on. Little extra effort but it was worth it. Great design. May 21, 2013
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