A: No. This is for low voltage ethernet cable, phone cable, coaxial cable...
A: No that would be a violation of code as you would have wire connections (risk of fire) not contained by drywall, metal or an approved plastic.
A: I would not use it for that purpose. It leave hot wires exposed in the wall. This is primarily for non-electrical uses like for multimedia (i.e. coax, ethernet, hdmi, speakers connectors, etc.)
A: No trick, here. Mine went together easily. The screws just tapped into the plastic holes in the orange bracket.
A: I had the same issue. A standard 6-32 screw will work as long as it's long enough. The first screws I tried wouldn't thread in, but I switched to 1/2" long screws and they worked fine.
A: I don't think that box is designed for mounting a faceplate directly to it. You probably need something like this as well: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Commercial-Electric-1-Gang-Low-Voltage-Mounting-Bracket-5041/206415713
A: That combo should work fine. I’ve done it many times. Make sure you’re lined up with both of the smaller holes toward the middle of the bracket. Also metal vs plastic, metal wins so if you used a screw gun and tried to tighten too much, the holes could have been stripped out.
A: I used two of these to run HDMI cables from my TV to my entertainment cabinet with a pass thru plate on top of it
A: Hey hi you doing.. On my case it work that way.. I use single an double gang next to my outlest. I basically build a wall on front of the existing one.. and the purpose of it was to hide the tv an all the electronics around it.. even to connect INSIDE THE WALL .. like the sound bar .. hdmi cable etc inside the wall.. But from a REGULAR CONSTRUCTION.. I cant says it's legal though.. but it works for me.. I hope help you as well
A: Absolutely, this plate holder is perfect. It is designed for non-AC lines, either audio or video. You can use any plate you want from coax to phono plugs to open wire scoup (used behind a wall tv).
A: Yes. I used this for a Cat5 & HDMI cable. Hid all cords and they make connectors and plates to buy.
A: Yes it can
A: This just provides a good anchoring system to screw your product to (instead of sheetrock). If your product screws to it you should be good. Example is a wall plate with hole in the center to pull wire or TV cables through.
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|Box Type||Low voltage box||Ceiling box||Wall box||Wall box|
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|Number of Knockouts/Pryouts||0||0||0||0|
|THD SO SKU||321532||1000516776|
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