HDMI Send Receive Pass Through Wall Plate Female

HDMI Send/Receive Pass-through Wallplate (F/F)

Model Number: P166-001-P


  • Feed Through HDMI Wallplate
  • Helps keep Home Theater installations clean
  • HDMI v1.3 and HDCP compliant

With Tripp Lite's HDMI Send/Receive Pass-Through Wallplate, you can now hide that HDMI cable that's connected to the Flat Screen HDTV hanging on the wall, by running the cable behind the wall and into the back of the faceplate. Then connect a cable from your DVR or SAT box into the front of the faceplate - no unsightly cable dangling down from your TV. If your DVR or SAT box is located a long distance from the HDTV, use Tripp Lite's P166-001-A, Active wallplate with signal booster.

Key Features

  • Cleans up Home Theater installations by hiding HDMI Cables
  • Simple Feed-Through design
  • Standard electrical outlet size
  • HDMI Female/Female connection
  • HDMI v1.3 and HDCP Compliant

Typical Applications

  • Use with wall-mount Flat Panel Displays where cables need to be hidden

Package Includes

  • HDMI Send/Receive Pass-Through Wallplate

General Info

Product Group CABLE ACCESSORIES

OVERVIEW

Intended Application Powering Devices
Display Style Adapter
Model Type HDMI

UPC ASSIGNMENT

Unit Carton UPC# 037332141026

PHYSICAL

Color White

CONNECTIONS

Connector A HDMI (FEMALE)
Connector B HDMI (FEMALE)
Number of Connectors 2

WARRANTY

Product Warranty Period (Worldwide) 1-year limited warranty

† Tripp Lite uses primary and third-party agencies to test its products for compliance with standards. See a list of Tripp Lite's testing agencies.

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