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Arlington Industries LVS4 4-Gang Screw On Low Voltage Mounting Bracket for New Construction

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Arlington Industries LVS4 4-Gang Screw On Low Voltage Mounting Bracket for New Construction

The LVS4 is a fantastic, easy to install solution when incorporating data, communications, fiber optics, or any other low voltage wiring into a building project. Being made of high-impact plastic, they have a lower cost than mud rings or their steel counterparts. Installation is quick and easy thanks to their captive screws and built-in cable tie off loop. Simply screw them into a metal stud for secure placement without pushback from installed drywall. UL and CSA listed. Made in the USA.

  • Overall Dimensions - 2.63"L x 9.62"W x 5.43"H, Side Wall Thickness - 0.080", Nailing Flange Thickness - 0.090" (Front and Side), Minimum Sheetrock or Panel Thickness - 0.45", Gang: 4 Gang.
  • Shallow Mount - Only 0.80" Deep (Not Including Stud Side Nail Flange). Two Front Flanges for Double Stud Support. Integrated Cable Tie-Off Loop to Hold Cables behind Box.
  • Run More Wire Easier with Brackets vs Boxes. Mounts to Wood Studs or Metal Stud with Supplied Screws. Impact Resistant Plastic results in less breakage on Job site.
  • Four Gang Open Back Bracket. Commonly Referred to as a Mud Ring. For New Construction Applications.

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