Legrand AV Expands On-Q In-Wall Power and Cable Management Kits

EIN Legrand AV 400

July 26, 2021

Legrand AV announced the addition of five new models to its popular On-Q In-Wall Power & Cable Management Kits. The kits provide installers with everything they need to safely extend power to wall-mounted displays and accompanying devices while neatly concealing power and AV cables inside the wall. The expanded range now includes unassembled top-box models with or without USB, pre-wired kits with USB or surge protection, and a completely unassembled kit with a 12-foot cable that are all compatible with any TV mount, including SANUS premium mounts.

“When we introduced our first two In-Wall Power and Cable Management Kits, we received resounding feedback on how they answered installers’ need for a simple, clean power solution that would allow them to install and power displays and other devices almost anywhere their clients wanted them, without modifying the existing electrical wiring or cluttering homes with unsightly cables,” said James Rutherford, On-Q product manager for Legrand | AV. “Our new models provide even greater installation flexibility with features to solve an array of project requirements.”

The five new kits include: HT2102-BK-V1 Flat Panel TV Connection Kit unassembled top power box only in black; unassembled top power box HT21USB-WH-V1 Flat Panel TV Connection Kit with USB; CPU306W-V1 pre-wired In-Wall Power and Cable Management Kit with USB and a prewired, 6-foot, UL-rated power cable; CPS306W-V1 pre-wired In-Wall Power and Cable Management Kit with surge protection and a prewired, 6-foot, UL-rated power cable; and the unassembled HT22U2-WH-R12 Flat Screen TV Pro Power Kit with a 12-foot power cable designed to add flexibility for professional installers with hard-to-reach areas, such as above a fireplace or tight corners.

Featuring two USB ports, the HT21USB-WH-V1 and CPU306W-V1 allow streaming media devices such as Amazon Fire TV and Roku Streaming Stick as well as display back lighting and other USB-enabled home entertainment products to be seamlessly connected and powered from the same unit. Each in-wall kit includes a duplex outlet with a recessed design that accommodates almost any type of power plug including right angles and wall warts, while a brush strap opening allows for the connection of AV cables.

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