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Distributed AV & Accessories 2-1/2" BREAKAWAY SCREWS


• The 2-1/2" breakaway wall plate screw features two different lengths at which you can break the screw for use in various application depths. Save time on mounting plates to different splash board, baseboard, and wall depths. With one screw you can service 2-1/2", 2", and 1-1/2" depths. Use a pair of pliers to break at the 1-1/2" and 2" scribed mark. Breakaway screws are easy to use and prevent installers from having to carry multiple screw lengths or the need for box extenders.


• Every installer should have breakaway screws available when installing! They are sold in both master packs of 10 boxes of 100 screws per color or individual boxes of 100 and are available in industry standard colors of white, almond, ivory, and black.


POWER JUMPERTM ALL-IN-ONE HDTV


POWER RELOCATION KIT • Easily relocate power to your wall mounted HDTV without the need of an electrician


• Provides an affordable power solution for wall mounted flat panel TVs


• Perfect for retro-fit construction projects • Prewired – No electrician required! • Conceal wiring within the wall • Meets NEC Code • UL 817, CSA#22.2#21 • Can be used with remote Surge/Power Conditioner to HDTV


• Available in White • Power JumperTM


All-in-One HDTV Power


Relocation Kit includes: * (2) 2-Gang Recessed Boxes * (2) 1-Gang Décor Brush Plates * (1) 9U-PJW7R Premise Powered Power Feed * (1) Right Angle IEC 60320 CY13 to NEMA 5-15P Cord Set * Screw hardware


9U-22APJW7R 9U-22APJW7RMC (metal clad option)


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• Available in both flat head and Phillips head 9U-212SWB 9U-212SAB 9U-212SIB 9U-212SWBB 9U-212SWB-P 9U-212SAB-P 9U-212SIB-P 9U-212SBB-P


DÉCOR POWER JUMPERTM • Use MIDLITE’s®


to relocate power behind your flat panel TV hanging on the wall. The Power JumperTM


innovative patented In-Wall HDTV Power JumperTM is pre-wired and requires no electrical wiring by the


installer. The Duplex Receptacle is installed on the wall behind the Flat Panel and the IEC end is located below in the same stud bay. Plug the right angle IEC power cord into the power inlet and the other end into a remote surge protector or electrical receptacle nearby.


• Easily relocate power behind the wall to your flat panel


• Cable is pre-wired and requires no electrical wiring by the installer


• Mounts to Recessed Low Voltage Brackets


• ETL listed, UL Rated 817, CSA# 22.2#21


• NEC code compliant 9U-PJW7R


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