|Product Depth (in.)||12.6 in||Product Height (in.)||5.9 in|
|Product Width (in.)||7.5 in|
|Electrical Product Type||Wall Plate||Features||No Additional Features|
|Included||Hardware, Screws||Number of Gangs||1-Gang|
|Shape||Rectangular||Wall Plate Configuration||1-Decorator / Rocker / 1-Duplex|
|Wall Plate Deco Style||Standard/Contractor||Wall Plate Material||Plastic|
|Certifications and Listings||ETL Listed||Manufacturer Warranty||10 years|
A: Hi Giovanni, with the flexibility of the insert, it has about 0.86in x 1in room for your cable to run through.
A: Between 6-8 coaxial cables. I would recommend brush plate for 8 cameras.
A: Worked out great
A: Yeah. These dimensions are incorrect. The back part,(cut-out) portion that goes into the wall. is a standard single gang opening size just like a receptacle or light switch would use. However, it is similar to other "Old Work" (remodel), low voltage wall inserts, in that it has wings that fold out and hold on to the back side of the sheet rock as you tighten the screws. With low voltage wires, HDMI, Ethernet, and other class 1-2 wiring, you typically don't need an electrical back-box. the wires can just run down the wall and through a wall plate like this one. (Always check your local codes)
A: The deep should be because the two anchors you could see attached to the screws but usually it is abou 2 “ and could be attached to a up to 5/8 drywall so probably it’s erroneous description. Width and height are good.
A: if you are referring to separating the plastic from the flexible insert, no these are ultrasonically welded together.