Can TV Power Cable Go Behind The Wall
TV Power Cable in Wall?
Going to hang up plasma TV and would like to hide the cables as nobody wants to see visible cords of an on-wall mounted HDTV?
What if run a power, HDMI and component cables through the wall to the amp/outlet below, but not sure is it safe to run the cables through the wall?
Actually running TV power cords or extension cords behind the wall or ceiling can be dangerous and not allowable as it is against all building and electrical codes.
If you do not have a power source up on the wall then call to professional electrican and he will install a regular power outlet branched off the nearest outlet.
Wall Mount TV Power Cord Installation Kit
These are great behind the wall TV wire kits!
To run the power safely behind a wall it is necessary to have a Power Installation Kit to mount it in two wall holes. With the power kit you just mount your plasma on a wall and do not touch any electricity.
Here you find two cable and cord organizers for behind TV. Scroll down and watch the wall mount TV DataComm power instllation kit video tutorial. Now you can you run a TV power cord behind the wall!
To get power to the television you might want purchase also a surge protector. If you decide to plug the TV into a quality surge protector, you will protect your expensive TV and improve also your video and audio quality. Frequent power surges, brief power outages, and lightning strikes have ruined a lot of appliances over time, so its good to have all the protection you can get.
If you have multiple electronic devices and connections in a central location but only one electric outlet you need this surge protector because it is becoming a true fire hazard. The device fits well on a small shelf and allows to get power to all oddly shaped block plugs. Plenty of space between outlets for different plug configurations, it does not become warm to the touch.
Hidden TV Wire Installation
Television wiring installation is correct if the female power outlet and mail power inlet are connected together with electrical in-wall wire, then pluged the 36″ power cord into your existing outlet or surge protector. TV power cord plugs directly in the female power outlet that sits on a wall behind your TV and is not visible.
This mounting kit provides an affordable solution for in-wall power for wall mounted plasma screens. Now you have nice, clean look and all TV wiring is hidden.
Wall Mount TV DataCOMM Power Installation Kit Video Tutorial
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