|Item Weight||0.64 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3 x 3.3 x 6.8 inches|
|Item model number||LV1-1CS|
|Style||Low Voltage Bracket|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Included Components||Stand alone|
|Warranty Description||Arlington fittings are carefully inspected and our manufacturing process is designed to prevent the possibility of a defective product leaving our plant. In the event any of our products are found to be defective, we will replace them with new product free of charge. The time limit for this warranty is one year following the date of sale or one year after the date of installation, whichever is the earlier date. This warranty does not apply when the product is used for any purpose other than the intended use as described in the Arlington literature. This warranty does not apply when the product is used for any installation which would violate the national electrical code or any code which takes precedence in a particular jurisdiction. Labor is not included.|
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Arlington LV1-1CS Single Gang Low Voltage Mounting Bracket Device
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- Single through 4-gang brackets for installations on existing construction
- Adjusts to fit 1/4" to 1" thick wallboard, paneling or drywall
- For communications, cable TV, computer wiring
- UL/CSA listed
- Mounting wings hold bracket securely against wall when screws are tightened
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|Item Dimensions||3 x 3.3 x 6.8 in||9 x 7.1 x 2.5 in||2 x 3 x 5 in||5.5 x 4.2 x 0.3 in||4.1 x 2.5 x 1.73 in|
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Arlington LV1-1CS Low Voltage Mounting Bracket, 1-Gang, Black, 1-Pack. Mounting bracket has Oval holes that allow final shifting and straightening. Easy to install, for mounting low voltage wires(phone, internet, TV, video). Adjusts to fit various wall thickness, the bracket wings secure when mounting screws are tightened. Bracket is its own template for cut-out, trace the bracket then cut the hole, includes 1 low voltage mounting brackets. Horizontal or vertical mounting, installs faster and costs less than metal brackets, UL/CSA Listed. Protects cable as it runs through the knockouts in metal studs.
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Arlington LV1-1CS Single Gang Low Voltage Device. Arlington's non-metallic, LV1-1CS, Low Voltage Mounting Brackets are the time and money-saving solution for faster and easier mounting of Class 2 communications, computer and cable TV wiring. The bracket is its own template. Level the bracket on the wall. Then use the bracket a s a guide for the cut out by tracing a line around the inside. Arlington fittings are carefully inspected and our manufacturing process is designed to prevent the possibility of a defective product leaving our plant. In the event any of our products are found to be defective, we will replace them with new product free of charge. The time limit for this warranty is one year following the date of sale or one year after the date of installation, whichever is the earlier date. This warranty does not apply when the product is used for any purpose other than the intended use as described in the Arlington literature. This warranty does not apply when the product is used for any installation which would violate the national electrical code or any code which takes precedence in a particular jurisdiction. Labor is not included.
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1. Trace where you want the box to go on the wall (make sure there is no electric or studs behind)
2. Cut out drywall
3. Insert bracket
4. Tighten screws.
5. Add face plate of your choice.
The entire installation took me less than 5 minutes. I just wish running the cable was that easy!
I could absolutely recommend this item to friends or family. Great product.
I purchased these after reading reviews on how simple they are. After installing just one of them as a test case, I have to say they are correct (see pic). These low voltage boxes install VERY easy to install. Moreover, I really like the way that they are more flush to the wall then the other ones. I can't begin to describe how little effort I had to use to screw the tabs into place as opposed to the other one. My assessment is that Arlington puts much better thought and effort into the screws and plastic housing.
VERY GOOD PRODUCT and will continue to purchase these in lieu of the orange ones at big box.
Well done Arlington.
A.) the boxes are high quality.
B.) fits in dry-wall and the hole you cut can be a fraction of an inch small and you can push these into place for a nice tight fit.
C.) fits Into wood wall paneling, but you'd need to create a pilot hole with a 1-1/2 inch spade bit. and then cut out the remainder of the hole.
what you need to complete this install
i.) Measuring tape
ii.) Small level
iii.) a Jab saw (i used http://www.amazon.com/Stanley-15-556-Jab-Cushion-Grip/dp/B00002X21W/)
Vi.) possibly need a spade bit to start the cut with Jab saw if into wood paneling or the like
how to install:
1.) Use a reference measurement either from the corner of the wall or from a power outlet
2.) use a magnet or a stud finder, place this anywhere in-between the two studs
3.) Find where to make the hole, the top of the Arlington should be an equal distance from the floor as other boxes on any other wall in the house. to find this out without removing a faceplate of any other box, place a faceplate on the Arlington, and measure from the top of another Box on the wall in the room to the top of the Arlington with Faceplate. mark on the wall where the top of the Arlington will be. or where the top of the faceplate is and then subtract the top of the distance from faceplate to Arlington.
4.) The reference measurement should be to the center of where you'll place the Arlington, use the level ontop of the Arlington, place face against the wall, level with the level, and at the Height needed from step#3.
5.) trace the inside opening of the Arlington with a pencil or pen (i suggest pencil so the marks can be erased if a mistake is made)
6.) using the level, make sure the lines create a perfect square / rectangle.
7.) using the jab saw cut along the outside edge of the lines you just traced
8.) insert Arlington into the hole you just cut
9.) your push stick, pull string, and cat6 should be within 2 inches of your hole if your reference measurements are accurate between the ground floor to attic.
9.A.) For push stick, I used: Cen-Tech 65327 3/16" x 11' Fiberglass Wire Running Kit
9.B.) For Pull string, I used: Greenlee 430-500 Poly Fish Line, Tracer Green, 500-Foot
9.C.) For Cat6, I used: [[ASIN:B005UFKJPG Cat6, 550 MHz, UTP, 23AWG, 8C Solid Pure Copper, CMR, 1000ft, White, Bulk Ethernet
10.) pull through any line you fished down the wall, and insert the Arlington and screw tight, but don't over tighten
11.) connect your connectors to the line and place faceplates on.
So you simply cut a hole in the wall, slide the bracket in, and then as you tighten the screws, those little clamps fold out and tighten against the drywall, holding the bracket in place. You then have a nice and clean rectangle hole in the wall for running cables, and the bracket has standard sized screw holds for cover plates.
Trust me, if you're doing any kind of low voltage wiring inside walls, you need these brackets, it helps SO much. Brackets like this cost about $1.30-$1.50 at the big home improvement stores, so buying a ten pack here definitely saves some money.