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On-Q In-wall Cable Access Port


Item # 717WP1014B

Discontinued item
4 questions - 16 answers

Item # 717WP1014B

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About the On-Q In-wall Cable Access Port

Use this cable port to easily access and conceal in-wall wiring. It's designed for use with HDMI, DVI, USB, RG-6, or CAT-5 cables. It mounts in a wall box or bracket.

Product highlights:

  • On-Q part # WP1014-WH-V1
  • cable access port
  • features one opening for cable run-through
  • includes attached standard decorator wall plate
  • mounts on On-Q wall box or bracket with provided screws
  • warranty: 1 year
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee
  • MFR # WP1014BKV1

What's in the box:

  • Black in-wall cable access port mounted to white Decora wall plate
  • 2 Self-tapping screws (Length=3/4")
  • 2 Machine screws
  • Instructions

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Stacey B.

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Overview: The On-Q In-Wall Cable Access Port consists of a WP1014 cable access strap with a Decora wall plate. It is black in color, and facilitates running A/V and computer cables inside of the wall. It is designed to work with a standard J-box.

Unterminated: The in-wall cable access port does not have terminals, but a 2-1/8" x 3/4" opening for cable access. The opening is protected by black nylon bristles for a clean look. Since the port is not made for any specific type of cable, virtually any type of cable can be used with this access port.

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4 questions already asked

Would you need a backless bracket/junction box to adhere this too the drywall (for a finished wall)?
[ Shmeeka  Aug 29, 2020 ]
5 answers
a junction box is the correct way but you could probably glue it to a wall
[ TRAVIS  Aug 31, 2020 ]
Yes, just an open back electrical box. Either blue or orange
[ KENNETH  Aug 29, 2020 ]
[ ANGEL  Aug 29, 2020 ]
I would use a bracket. if you are very careful you could cut a smaller hole and use wall anchors. But such an installation will be much more fragile. It may also make your hole size smaller than you want. Measure twice cut once.
[ James  Aug 29, 2020 ]
[ MATTHEW M  Aug 29, 2020 ]
Will a regular 3 prong power cord (for a TV for example) fit through the opening?
[ MICHAEL  Jan 01, 2022 ]
4 answers
no it will not work. the opening is to narrow.
[ Todd  Jan 07, 2022 ]
I like this design and have installed 5 of these. My experience is that it depends on the plug configuration. Some plugs will fit through but a 90 degree twist is required. On the "beefier" plugs, detaching the brushes (2 strips) from the rear of the plate is needed to create a larger temporary opening. After pulling the plug through, the brushes can be reattached. Depending on the device end connection, I've also found it simpler to use a fish tape (wire coat hanger works too) and pull the 110v line "up" since the device connection is often smaller than the 110v plug end. Hope this helps.
[ THOMAS  Jan 03, 2022 ]
No, I had to run other end through.
[ RAD  Jan 02, 2022 ]
I mounted this on my ceiling and put the three prong plug from my projector through it without any trouble. It looks really good once installed.
[ JOHN  Jan 02, 2022 ]
will I be able to fit both hdmi and cat5 cables in the On-Q in wall cable access port?
[ MICHAEL  Aug 15, 2015 ]
5 answers
Absolutely. There is a fair amount of space. I would estimate that you could place 4-5 well insulated HDMI cables through the opening.
[ DAVID  Aug 16, 2015 ]
Yes. I've got 2 HDMI cables and an optical audio cable running through mine with enough room for 2x that.
[ James  Aug 16, 2015 ]
Yes, the only one that was hard to get through was the power cord just do that one first.
[ HENRY C  Aug 16, 2015 ]
It's a pretty big opening ... I bet you could run 6-8 cables thru it
[ Jeffrey  Aug 15, 2015 ]
Yes, but it will also depend on what is behind the wall.
[ Andrew  Aug 15, 2015 ]
How big is the hole opening? Not the dimensions of the plate itself, but the dimensions of the hole you would put the cables through. Thanks!
[ Casey  Jan 24, 2015 ]
2 answers
3/4" wide by 2" long
[ Todd  Jan 07, 2022 ]
Use an old work box and pull cables into box then install port cover plate and pull cable through port opening.
[ George  Jan 25, 2015 ]

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