Arlington Introduces New Cable Entry Device


By RS Staff April 6,2014


Arlington has introduced its improved CED130 Cable Entry Device with slotted cover.

According to the company, the CED130 Cable Entry Device provides an aesthetically pleasing installation, while organizing and protecting low voltage cable against abrasion.

Mounting holes allow for the attachment of a decorator-style wall plate to the low voltage side of an electrical box, and provide extra support to the installation.

The updated CED130 is non-metallic and organizes low voltage cable in a neat bundle.

1 Comments

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    Component cables? How long has this been out? Also, a lot of TV mounts do not work well with such a thick wall plate.

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