For those of you who have wall-mounted displays in living or dedicated AV rooms, Legrand has extended its line of On-Q in-wall power products with On-Q Flat Screen TV Pro Power and cable management kits. The new solutions are intended to safely extend power to displays and accompanying devices, while also hiding power and AV cables inside a wall.
“On-Q Flat Screen TV Pro Power and Cable Management Kits by Legrand provide installers with the flexibility to install displays virtually anywhere their clients want, without the need to modify existing electrical wiring,” said Nathan Bartholomew, vice president and general manager for Legrand | AV Infrastructure Solutions. “The kits also make it simple to power additional devices, such as set-top boxes, digital TV adapters, or soundbars, all while hiding unsightly cables in the wall for a clean, professional look.”
The kits include a power input module with a drywall bracket and 6-foot power cord. Each module’s power inlet strap enables ganging other connections, and a power output module includes a 6-foot UL-rated power cable. Tamper-resistant outlets with recessed designs accommodate many types of power plug, including right angles and wall warts, while a bush strap opening allows for the connection of AV cables.
Available kits include the HT22U2-WH-R6 with a white output module, and the HT22U2-BK-R6 with a black output module that should blend in with TV mounts and hide cable connections. The HT22U2-WH-R6C features a white output module and includes two 10-foot in-wall-rated premium HDMI cables. Certified to the HDMI 2.0b specification, the cables support UHD 4K, HDR, deep color, ARC, and ethernet.
HT22U2-WH-R6 and HT22U2-BK-R6 are priced at MSRP $59.99 and the HT22U2-WH-R6C at $79.99. It looks like you don’t need a reseller account if HTF members here are interested in buying direct. For more information on the kits and purchasing options, you can click here.
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