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QUICKPORT™ In-Ceiling Bracket with Drop Ceiling Clip

49223-CBC

The QUICKPORT In-Ceiling Bracket provides the ability to create a testable permanent link for cabling that terminates above a drop ceiling. The bracket is ideal for Ethernet-enabled devices that mount on or above the ceiling tiles, such as WAPs and cameras. The metal bracket is available with a pre-installed multi-function clip that attaches to standard drop wire/rod, as well as individual brackets that provide flexibility for installations. Leviton 1-port and 2-port QUICKPORT Surface-Mount Boxes (sold separately) attach to the bracket with included fasteners. The bracket and surface-mount box assembly is plenum rated, making it suitable for use in air handling spaces.

UPC Code: 078477704301
Country of Origin : Mexico

Product Information

  • Allows for ANSI/TIA-568-C compliant cabling design
  • Provides the ability to create a testable permanent link for cabling that terminates above the drop ceiling
  • Creates a fixed location for the connector after termination, reducing the potential for damage prior to device installation
  • Bracket assembly can be moved if the device is repositioned, protecting the permanent link
  • Brackets available individually or with pre-installed multi-function clip that attaches to standard drop wire/rod
  • Compatible with QuickPort Surface-Mount Boxes (fasteners included with bracket, boxes sold separately)
  • Connectors can install directly to the bracket, but use of a Surface-Mount Box is recommended to protect the termination and provide strain relief
  • VELCRO® Brand tie-down points accommodate cabling slack loops
  • Bracket assembly can be moved if the device is repositioned

 VELCRO® is a registered trademark of Velcro IP Holdings LLC. Used with permission.

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