In an industry where knowing exactly how to get a TV mounted on the wall is murky at best, installation standards can be incredibly alluring. But there is danger in believing every TV installation provider you find, and wisdom in looking at it with a critical eye. In this power relocation kit infographic, Multimedia Tech covers all the parts of the puzzle, then shares a few smart ways to understand the task at hand.
Hide The Ugly Cables:
HDMIs, opticals, coaxials, ethernet, RCAs & power.
Mounting a TV on the wall and hiding the audio and video cables provides an aesthetically pleasing experience. A professional installer should be able to install the power relocation kit where there are no studs or firestuds and fish all the power and AV cables inside the wall.
Remember to ask for a power relocation kit that meets NEC (National Electric Code) and UL standards (Underwriters Laboratories)
This is all the information that a power relocation kit is useful for. Hiding the ugly cables, especially for in-wall concealment or power plug relocation can be very misleading when a wall is not prewired by the home builder for a TV installation. We hope that this will help you to better understand how to request the installation of a kit that meets National Electric Codes and UL standards. And how to get an project done that does not become a fire hazard.