Angled faceplate adapter for network cabling outlets
April 4, 2007 -- Siemon's CT faceplate adapters provide an angled work area for mounting the company's Tera and flat UTP Max outlets within its CT faceplates.
April 4, 2007 -- Siemon has introduced its Tera-Max angled faceplate adapter. The adapters provide an angled work area for mounting the company's Tera and flat UTP Max outlets within its CT faceplates.
By orienting the outlets at an angle, angled faceplate adapters can reduce mounting depth requirements for work area outlets by as much as 50%, maintains Siemon. The company contends that such depth reduction helps overcome installation challenges when mounting category 7A Tera outlets into shallow back boxes while reducing the cable bend radius requirement for larger diameter, higher performing category 7A shielded cables.
The new 1 and 2 port adapters snap securely into any Siemon CT faceplate. The CT faceplates are available in a variety of standard international configurations, including single and double-gang options capable of supporting 4 Tera-Max adapters and 8 outlets. The CT horizontal faceplates, modular furniture adapters, service fitting plates and surface-mounting options are also available.
For more information on Siemon's Tera cabling solution, click here.