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42" Wireless Structured Media Enclosure with Vented Hinged Door, Plastic, White


Structured Media Centers provide an excellent termination and mounting location for in-home structured wiring systems and components. The 42-inch Wireless Structured Media Center allows the full reach of a wireless network, as opposed to standard metal enclosures that can limit the range of a wireless signal.

UPC Code: 078477939369
Country of Origin : United States
RoHS Compliant: Yes – Click Here

Product Information

  • Uses ABS polymer construction to permit the full reach of wireless signals by diminishing the effect of interference
  • 180-degree hinged door allows for quick and easy access to network equipment
  • Makes servicing and expansion easy with seven 1-inch and three 2-inch knockouts and additional 1-inch nested knockouts
  • Compatible with Leviton Connected Home patch panels, voice, data, video, and audio distribution modules
  • Assures safety with UL compliant ABS flame-retardant polymer
  • Vented hinged door assists in airflow for cooling active gear
  • Ratcheting Hinge & Latch System creates fast, tool-free door installations and helps accommodate for wall imperfections
  • Existing metal enclosure can be retrofitted for RF transparency by using Trim Ring Accesstory (49605-42T) and door (49605-42S)
  • Optional door locks available

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