An Audio Visual Wall Plate is an incredibly efficient way of organising all your device cables into a single and localised connected media hub. AV wall plates are modular, meaning they're available in a variety of designs and layouts. Each one is capable of catering to a number of domestic, commercial and industrial needs – from simple deep-set boxes that help tidy your Phone and Internet cables, through to fully outfitted home entertainment plates that can organise Blu-Ray player, HDTV, and Surround Sound system connections, and even sophisticated network connectivity hubs, home to the latest Cat6 and Ethernet adapter connections for the fastest data transfer speeds. Fully personalised, custom Audio Visual Wall Plates can even house analogue Component and digital HDMI connections all on the one surface for maximum efficiency across a range of interfaces, both new and old.
AV Panels can also include:
- Digital Visual Interface (DVI) & Video Graphics Array (VGA) ports: ensuring all your source devices are securely connected to any number of displays such as old CRT monitors, high-end plasma TVs, and new LCD screens
- RJ45 ports: an 8 position 8 contact (8P8C) modular connector commonly used in networking for data and signal transfer between routers and Ethernet adapters. An optimal AV wall plate for spaces requiring the use of multiple Local Area Network (LAN) cables and connections
- RJ12 ports: a 6 position 6 contact (6P6C) modular connector optimally designed to handle telecommunication signals while providing internet access through computer modem connectivity
- Universal Serial Bus (USB) ports: the industry standard for transferring data between computers and printers, external hard drives, scanners, keyboards, and mice
- Phase Alternating Line (PAL) & F-Type ports: designed for distributing aerial transmissions over Master Antenna Television (MATV) – as well as cable and satellite TV – to multiple receiver units
- Radio Corporation of America (RCA) & Composite Video ports: ideal for connecting analogue audio/video source devices to output systems, such as stereo speakers and video game consoles