MCM Electronics

Old Work Low Voltage Combo-Box By Arlington Industries (LVDR2) MCM Part #28-10670

4.5 stars 4 ratings and 3 reviews

Specifications Top

Non metallic boxes are ideal in applications where AC and low voltage devices are to be located together. Perfect in situations were A/V or data connections need to be located with an AC outlet, or when wall switches and in-wall volume controls are to be located together. New construction model may be attached wood or metal studs. Old work model uses rotating clips for easy mounting to existing wall board cutouts.

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Part Numbers
MCM Part #:28-10670
Arlington Industries Part #:LVDR2
Package Specifications & Dimensions
Weight:0.125 lbs.
Warranty:90 days
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Length:3.5 in.
Width:4.25 in.
Height:3.5 in.
Shipping Information
Extra Shipping Charge:No
Drop Ship:No

Product Reviews Top

  • by Ge_off_me

    on 3/26/2015

    Great Product!

    Overall: 3 out of 5
    Top 10 Contributor

    I used this for routing cables behind the wall, and it works perfectly!

  • by installpro

    on 3/31/2010

    Great product

    Overall: 5 out of 5
    Top 10 Contributor

    Love this product. It is well made, rigid and pulls nice and tight against the wall. Unlike old work low voltage products from Carlon, this item allows the wall plate to mount flush against the wall with no gaps. It is especially good for mounting CATV or satellite connections in the same wall plate as the AC outlet, or when volume controls are located immediately next to light switches. I highly recommend this item.

  • by a1lawng

    on 2/26/2010

    Worked great for me

    Overall: 4.5 out of 5

    These are hard to find and this one turned out great for me. It's pretty solid. The only thing to point out is that it's pretty deep (almost 3 1/2" from outside of wall to back edge of box), so make sure you've got enough room. I had a light switch box on the opposite side of the wall that I had to replace with a shallow box to make this fit.