The Lew Electric PUFP-SC is an indoor floor box that provides 6 empty keystone ports in a hidden and attractive pop up. When closed the pop up is hidden in your floor, all you see is a stylish round stainless steel top. When you push the slide button the top tilts open revealing the communication plate. The plate has 6 empty keystone ports that allow you to insert your own keystone jacks. This pop up is perfect for any locations where you need to provide data, voice, and video. The unit as a whole is UL listed, it is also cUL recognized for Canadian installations. In the closed position the top is UL compliant to keep out dust and scrub water.
Stylish and Economical for Wood or Concrete Floors
The pop up is a perfect choice for indoor residential or commercial applications in wood or concrete floors. The backbox is not included, to use in wood you must purchase the PUFP-WB backbox. To use in concrete you must purchase the PUFP-HB back box. After installing your back box, run the wire through the knockouts and to the outlet.
Affordable Commercial or Residential Floor Box
The box is an excellent choice for any commercial or residential application that needs affordable communications supplied in a stylish pop up, purchase a wood or concrete back box for your installation requirements.
- Top: Stainless steel
- Back box sold separately
- UL rated for USA installations
- cUL rated for Canadian installations
- Meets NEC code 406.5(E)
- 6 empty keystone ports
- Does not include Cat6 jack in picture
- Top: 6" round
- Tamper resistant (TR) plugs
- Indoor residential or commercial installations
- UL listed receptacle
- Scrub water rated
- 1 year warranty
Top: Stainless steel
Back box sold separately
UL rated for USA installations
cUL rated for Canadian installations
Meets NEC code 406.5(E)
6 empty keystone ports
Does not include Cat6 jack in picture
Top: 6" round
Tamper resistant (TR) plugs
Indoor residential or commercial installations
UL listed receptacle
Scrub water rated
1 year warranty
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