Use with a Multi-Format Runner for projectors and any display requiring a VGA, 3.5mm audio and RCA audio/video connection
• Supports VGA video, Stereo Audio, Composite Video and RCA Stereo Audio signals over a RapidRun Multi-format rRunner • Flexible HDMI pigtails for easy installation in a wall box • Compatible with standard double gang wall boxes • Aluminum construction for durability and long life
RapidRun is designed to be the standard for in-wall audio/video installations. Using pre-terminated Break-away flying leads and wall plates with an in-wall runner ensures flexible, efficient, high quality connections for all types of equipment, with no field terminations.
Ideal for educational and institutional installations, this wall plate allows VGA video, 3.5mm Stereo Audio, Composite Video and RCA Stereo Audio to be run over one runner cable, while the dual HDMI pass through allows for a seamless transition to two in-wall HDMI cables. This wall plate is constructed from aluminum for durability and a long life.
Please note: Each complete RapidRun Multi-Format solution requires a break-away flying lead or wall plate to terminate each end of the runner cable. Each runner requires (2) break-away flying leads, (2) wall plates, OR (1) break-away flying lead and (1) wall plate. Due to constraints of available conductors for signal transmission, EDID signals are not supported with this product.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by Lee from Works Fine, But ...These plates replaced a previous C2G plate that was analog-only connected via a yellow rapid run cable. The product is fine but nothing on the web site alerted the buyer that this plate is compatible only with orange cables and not yellow ones, nor did it alert the buyer that it could be used with a yellow cable if used with a special adapter. A web site update is in order. Also, there should be a wider selection of digital plates available since the analog ones are fading into history.