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Electrical Phase - Low-voltage


 

Pictures of the attic Home Theater as low-voltage wiring (e.g., cable, telephone, HDMI, CAT6) and flexible conduit were installed.

 

 

Attic home theater low-voltage wiring and flexible conduit

Showing the low-voltage wiring, which includes: Coax, CAT6, HDMI, Component cables.  These will be run up into a structured wiring panel on the home theater closet wall.  We recommend you use the flexible wiring conduit when running your cables (to make upgrading easier).


 

Closer view of home theater wiring closet

Closer view of the home theater wiring and flexible conduit.  We ran cables outside of the conduit to leave the wiring conduit open for future expansion.


 

Home Theater Electrical Floor outlet

We are planning to put the projector on a floor pedestal, so we are using two floor outlets - one for 110v and one for the low-voltage wiring to exit.  This hole is where these outlets will be placed.


 

 

 

 

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