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Primex P2100K 21" Plastic Enclosure w/ Base and Hinged Lid Lightweight

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Primex P2100K 21" Plastic Enclosure w/ Base and Hinged Lid

The Primex Verge P2100 WiFi transparent Media Distribution Enclosure for structured wiring brings reliability when managing today’s inside cable system requirements.
Its flexible design provides a convenient, lockable and centralized location for easy installation and distribution of multi-play services within residential and commercial


  • WiFi transparent, engineered plastic delivers up to 15x more WiFi pass-through than metal alternatives.
  • Large internal space for installation of active, passive, and cable management components.
  • Standardized mounting hole pattern supports unique Primex Rail, Shelf, and Universal Mounting Systems for components.
  • Multiple entry/exit knockouts on top and bottom support microduct and robust cable runs.
  • Lightweight design allows for easy transport and installation.
  • Optional key or hex locks available for enhanced security.
  • UL-compliant and fire-retardancy tested for heightened safety and durability.
  • *Enclosures should not be mounted in a fire-rated wall.

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