Legrand/Wiremold issues proprietary A/V interface plates

May 22, 2012
New audio/video interface plates integrate into Wiremold devices and cabling pathways.

Legrand/Wiremold has introduced a series of audio/video interface plates that integrate into Wiremold devices and cabling pathways. The company says its AVIP series device plates offer durable, secure A/V connections anywhere in a building, including meeting and training rooms, collaboration spaces, and work areas. The device plates are metal with screw-down connectors, which create a secure connection that will resist being pulled out or broken during use. Single device plates measure 2.2" x 0.7"; double plates are 2.2" x .14". The device plates fit securely into Wiremold faceplates for easy installation.

The AVIP series features nearly 30 individual components for audio/video, video, audio, computer, and data, as well as blanks and accessory plates. Legrand/Wiremold offers a range of products that are compatible with AVIP series device plates, including floor boxes, poke-thru devices, worksurface portals, perimeter raceway systems, architectural columns, poles, etc. The company notes that these systems have been designed or modified to provide the depth behind the plate required for most A/V devices.

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