In traditional premise wiring, ush and surface-mount faceplates mount jacks at a 0° angle, delivering the cable straight out of the wall and into the room. Cable runs installed in this fashion prove to be susceptible to damage from furniture moves, catching on clothing, being tripped over, or any number of environmental ac- cidents. The results: a truck roll, new equipment, and an unhappy subscriber.
To combat these common pitfalls of standard faceplates, the Suttle Integrity™ II Faceplate employs jacks mounted at a 90° downward angle. This allows cables to be run down, ot out, at a much lower risk to damage due to snags or rushing. A smooth, shatter-resistant faceplate protects the installation from collat- eral damage. Available in four con gurations, the Integrity™ II Faceplate ts a variety of applications and can accommodates a wide array of connectors.
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