Recessed Low Voltage Media Plate w/ Duplex Surge Suppressor - White
    Product # 8476
    Recessed Low Voltage Media Plate w/ Duplex Surge Suppressor - White
    Product # 8476
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    Recessed Low Voltage Media Plate w/ Duplex Surge Suppressor - White

    Tired of seeing cables running down the wall from your wall mounted HDTV? Get a professional looking installation with the cables and power running through the walls with this recessed wall plate from Monoprice!

    This wall plate includes both a low-voltage opening for your audio and video cables and a dual-receptacle surge protector to provide power and power protection for your display. The wall plate comes with mounting hardware and detailed installation instructions, including a cutout template to ensure that you cut a hole in the wall that is the perfect fit. It mounts to the wall using lugs that grip the drywall from behind, so no additional mounting holes or wall anchors are needed.

    The duplex surge receptacle is rated for 15 amps/125 volts. The replaceable SurgeBloc® is rated for 340 joules and can handle a peak suppression voltage of 1,000 VAC and a maximum surge current of 12,000 amps. An audible alarm will sound when the surge protection has been expected and the SurgeBloc® needs replacing.

    Support Files:

    Number of Outlets 2
    Rated Voltage 125 VAC
    Rated Current 15 amps
    Rated Power 1875 watts
    Peak Suppression Voltage 1,000 VAC
    Maximum Surge Current 12,000 amps
    Maximum Surge Dissipation 340 joules
    Clamping Response Time 1 nanosecond
    Dimensions (WxHxD) 8.6" x 7.8" x 4.5"
    Cutout Dimensions (WxH) 7 1/4" x 7 1/8"
    Regulatory Compliance UL Std. 514C, CAN/CSA Std. C22.2 No.42.1,
    UL (C+US) Listed SPD 351B, ETL Intertek Listed
    US 3026001, RoHS Compliant

    Included in the Box:
    • 1x Recessed wall plate with 4x attached mounting screws and grip lugs
    • 1x Receptacle box
    • 4x Box mounting screws
    • 1x Power receptacle with 2x attached screws and 1x installed SurgeBloc®

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    16 Reviews

    84.38% of the reviewers recommend this product

    • Robert Rodrigues,
    •  Windsor, ON 
    • 7/9/2015 4:08:29 PM

    Pros: Easy instal works just like it says

    Cons: None yet

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    Great product and Value

    • JMurphy,
    •  Lake Arrowhead, CA 
    • 10/15/2014 9:49:36 AM

    Pros: Easy to install, Good directions, Very clean and modern

    Cons: Plug connection can be hard to pull out

    This is a great product and value. Other similar products sell for double the price. So, I was expecting something cheap, but was pleasantly surprise. The directions made installation easy and template that came with it was accurate. This product should provide protection for those expensive TVS on the wall. I used this with a slim mount and have been very happy.

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    • Anonymous,
    •  Woolwich Twp, NJ 
    • 6/16/2014 8:49:46 AM

    Pros: Well made. Works as designed.

    Cons: No knockouts for terminating conduit at box.

    Great product - I usually use keystone jacks but when with this this time around for ease of installation. The installation still looks clean and professional. I just wish it had knockouts to run conduit into. I ended up drilling a hole in the back and using reducing washers on the front and back to run the conduit into.

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    LIke the surge suppressor functiojnality

    • D Caruso,
    •  Rochester Hills, MI 
    • 5/16/2014 9:08:53 AM

    Pros: Easy to fish the hole you have to cut in your wall. most compact surge suppression I have seen. replaceable "fuse" module

    Cons: Pluge module does not fit well into other standard boxes.
    plug box is awkward to attach to trim ring. Plug box is designed exclusively for surge module. Difficult to hide behind wall mounted 40" TV

    OK so I was mounting a 40" Tv in my bedroom and this seemed to be the perfect solution I bought this, a fully articulating mount that held 40-60" screens (may be able to talk the wife into a biggerset next time) -) I decided to Put the Cable Box, BDP in my closet so also needed to run a 1/8" cable.Because I had to go up into the attic and down i opted for large (22AWG HDMI and 1/8" cables) Well when I got this box I could not position it in a way that my TV conscealed the box because (this thing is pretty big). To the end of keeping everything clean and hidden I wwent to my local electrical contracting store and found a split box that was a standard double gang size (the standard 4" square box the 4 outlets would be in) 1/2 was a box the other was a trim ring. this is where I hit problem 2. On most plugs there ar "ears" that you can take off if they are not needed and this allows the plug to sit flush in the box. This surge supressin plug has no removable ears. they are solid non removable plastic so the trim cover sits proud and here is about 3/16". On to the closet. to recoup as much of my investment as possible I used the beheamouth of a box in the closet. Problem 3 the electrical box is designed exclusively for the surge module so there is room for the aformentioned solid non removable plastic tab meaning the plug didn't sit quite right in a closet not a huge deal but in my living room I would be annoyed. finally it is very awkward to mount the plug box to the trim box and would be darn near impossible if you cot your wires on the short side because here are the steps. 1 bring romex out of wall into box (NORMAL) 2 terminate romex in plug (Norml) 3 take screwdriver place between wall and box and screw 4 very small screws into box from behind that you cannot see from the front in order to mount box to trim ring this means you will need about 8" of wire between the wall and the box (this could be an issue for some people on a retro fit) no reason this couldn't be redesigned to screw in from the front. Also plaease note the plug protrudes from the trim ring to the side (or top or bottom depending on the orientation)

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    • Tim Foppiano,
    •  Alpine, WY 
    • 2/26/2014 7:36:22 PM

    Pros: Great product, price and quality.

    Cons: None

    Fast shipping as always!

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