|Item Weight||6.3 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||4.8 x 16.5 x 16.8 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||47605-14E|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Holes||1|
|Warranty Description||2 Year Limited Plus|
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Leviton SMC Series, Structured Media Enclosure only, White, 14-Inch
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- Size - 14 inch: 14.00" (355.6mm)H x 14.38" (356.3mm) W x 3.60" (91.4mm) D
- Multiple Knock-outs on top and bottom, including two 2" knock-outs on top, facilitate cable entry and routing
- Cut-out in base of enclosure for mounting single and double gang J-boxes and power modules
- Can be surface-mounted or recessed
- Positive tabs on housing sidewalls prevent enclosure from falling through the studs during installation
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In my experience, racks *always* make for neater and easier to maintain wiring. Structured media enclosures, no matter the manufacturer or size, just don't give you enough room. Installers can do a good job of making these boxes *look* neat, but that only lasts until your first upgrade. In my experience, these boxes *always* end up a mess.
It also doesn't help that the modules made for these boxes--such as cable splitters, Ethernet switches, and telephone distribution blocks--are usually overpriced, have a limited number of ports, and are incompatible (mounting-wise) between manufacturers. A Leviton module can't be easily mounted in an On-Q box (or vice versa).
19" racks are a standard size, and it's easy to find equipment and hardware that can be mounted in them. Manufacturer doesn't matter.Read more ›
Thank you for your feedback. Use of a 19" wall mount solution is an option for structured wiring solutions, and it has associated pros/cons compared to using a flush mount enclosure. What is really going to drive your installation decision is the type of equipment you are using for each application and the location designated for the install. Active gear mounted on 19" racks are very different systems and applications serving a different consumer or even commercial market. Many customers put the enclosure in a central location in the home where an aesthetically pleasing flush mount enclosure is required to conceal the structured wiring components. Leviton also offers a universal mounting plate (47612-CBK) that is design to be installed into other enclosures and mount our modules. In addition, Leviton offers a range in enclosure sizes (14", 21", 28" and 42") to help with the organization and wire management.
Senior Director, Leviton
I wasn't sure if this particular enclosure (28") would be too big for my needs, but after some measuring and planning I figured it should work pretty well, and after actually mounting everything into it, it did work out perfectly in my opinion. It wasn't too big, but big enough that everything isn't all crammed into it, which will make it easier to swap components if I ever need to.
If anyone is considering using something like this to mount their DirecTV equipment into, then I'd recommend it. The equipment I mounted into it was:
SWiM 16 module and power adapter (PI)
2 8-way splitters
DECA BB adapter (CCK) and power adapter
While I didn't purchase it yet, I plan to eventually install the hinged cover on this unit. Initially, due to the position of the outlet placement at the bottom of this enclosure and the design of the DECA BB power adapter, there would be no way to install a cover because the power adapter stuck out the front a little.Read more ›
Highly recommended and Amazon's price was cheaper than other sites due to hidden shipping charges.
Tip: Use a stud finder to make sure there is ample room when installing this. :) I installed it behind my laundry room door in a space where there was an irregular gap (smaller than 18") due to the proximity to a wall (intersecting hallway).
Additional modules are available from Leviton for providing power to the enclosure as well so that the routers could be mounted inside (though if you had a wi-fi router, you probably wouldn't want to enclose it in a metal box). In addition you'd probably want to purchase a roll of ethernet cable and a tool kit like this: ...Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Nice box, several knock outs for applications depending on your needs.Published 5 days ago by Mark Monette
It was not what I wanted.
The lid was kind of cheap and I returned it for a 4 gang blank wall switch box. It gives a much more finished look, although not nearly as big. Read more
Don't get this one if you want to open the door without tools. The cover is just that -- a bolt on cover with no hinges or latches. Read morePublished 1 month ago by aviatrix
Great structured media enclosure box. Very good size to fit everything you need. Highly recommend this box.Published 1 month ago by Matt S.
Looks nice from the outside, wiring harnesses and all, but I returned it because for my purposes a wire mesh file box mounted on the wall with screws was more than sufficient, much... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Ben