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Sanus ELM806 PowerBridge®
In-wall power management extender system
Keep your wall-mounted TV's connections out of sight
The Sanus PowerBridge system lets you neatly run power and A/V cables behind your wall to a mounted TV, so your sleek new flat-panel TV will look as beautiful as it can in your room. This kit includes two recessed connection panels — an "input" panel that mounts down low and connects to an existing power conditioner or AC outlet, and an "output" panel that mounts behind your TV and provides 2 AC receptacles. The panels come pre-wired for easy snap-together power connections, and they include pass-through openings for your HDMI or other A/V cables.
Run power and A/V cables neatly behind your wall with this handy kit from Sanus.
The PowerBridge system comes with all the necessary mounting hardware and a cutout template for do-it-yourself installation.
I couldn't be more pleased with this product. I concealed all my wires. My builder placed my wall studs 12 inches on center instead of 16 but not a real problem just makes the fit very snug.
Christopher, Florence, KY
What's in the Box:
- Power outlet (w/ attached power wire terminated by a proprietary connector)
- Power inlet (w/ attached 9.5" power wire terminated by a proprietary connector)
- 6' AC power cord
Scratch & Dent items may be missing non-essential accessories. In some cases the manufacturer's accessories have been replaced with generic equivalents.
- lets you run AC power behind your wall to a mounted TV and one additional component
- includes recessed power input and output panels with openings for in-wall audio and video cables
- plugs into an existing power conditioner or AC outlet
- mounting hardware and cutout template included for easy, do-it-yourself installation
- super-slim profile allows your TV to be mounted close to the wall
- UL-rated for in-wall use
- 6-foot power supply cable included for connecting to an existing power conditioner or outlet
- 11-3/4"W x 4-1/2"H x 3-9/16"D (each panel)
- warranty: 2 years
- Our 60-day money-back guarantee
Sanus ELM806 PowerBridge® Reviews
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In-Wall Cable Management System: The Sanus ELM806 in-wall cable management system simplifies installation of cables and wiring. This discrete system was designed to route cables and wires behind the wall to create more space behind wall-mounted TVs. The ELM806 was specially engineered for use with super-slim mounts. Included hardware and a helpful mounting template make the ELM806 the perfect do-it-yourself solution for any skill level, without the need for an electrician .
Power Inlet/Outlet: The Sanus ELM806 in-wall cable management system includes a Power Outlet, Power Inlet, and 6' AC power cord. The Power Outlet features two AC 3-prong outlets, a cable opening for other audio/video cables, as well as an attached 6' power cable terminated by a proprietary connector. The Power Inlet features a 3-prong connector for the included AC power cord to plug into, a cable opening for other audio/video cables, and an attached 9.5" power cable terminated by a proprietary connector .
In-Wall Mount: The ELM806's Power Outlet and Power Outlet can be mounted flush in your wall, horizontally or vertically, next to a wood stud. The Power Inlet and Power Outlet should be installed within the same stud-bay no more than 60" apart. The ELM806 provides a mounting template and hardware. The cut out should be 11" (w) x 3.5" (h) x 3.5625" (d).
Connections: The Power Outlet features two AC 3-prong outlets to connect two audio/video components (such as your TV and soundbar). The Power Outlet also features a cable opening to route your component's audio/video cables. The Power Inlet is equipped with a an AC 3-prong connector which connects the included 6' AC power cable between the Power Inlet and your surge protector. The Power Inlet also features a cable opening to route your component's audio/video cables. The Power Outlet and Power Inlet connect within the wall via the attached power cables which are both terminated by matching proprietary connectors.
Tools Required (not included):
- Stud finder
- Drywall saw
- Flat-blade screwdriver
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Why did you buy this?
Looks great plus the reviews make me think it will work for exactly what I need to do. [ CHARLES Mar 14, 2017 ]
Convenient way to run power in the wall without having to install a new outlet behind the tv. [ Christopher Jan 25, 2017 ]
I came across this item while on the Crutchfield Web site and searched other sites and could not fine this product at a better price nor was it available at the couple of big box audio retailer's. [ Christopher Jan 03, 2017 ]
purchased and installed one before. very well engineered [ William Dec 24, 2016 ]
This will make my tv install easier. [ Keith Sep 08, 2016 ]
I had already purchased all the parts i needed to install a traditional 110V outlet behind the TV (wall mounting a flat panel) and was really not liking the idea of my TV being powered by direct house current and not going through a surge protector or power conditioner. Then i stumbled across this product, and it provides the solution to my problem, now i can have the concealed power cord, AND be plugged into my power conditioner/surge protector. [ Zachary Jul 14, 2016 ]
To avoid hiring an electrician. [ August Jul 08, 2016 ]
As I'm putting the tv mounted on the wall and a sound bar I need to hide the wires to have a professional look without paying for it. It will be placed behind tv mount for a flawless look. [ Joseph May 03, 2016 ]
Functionality and it looks very proffessional [ Lucius Apr 12, 2016 ]
My brother gave me the scoop on these units! [ Rudolph Jan 13, 2016 ]
1 question already asked
i used a standard 10ft HDMI (high quality) between cable box and tv. The ELM806 is in an interior wall with no insulation. I installed a different model in an outside wall with a fire block that i had to expose and cut notches to get 2HDMI and the power cord through. The cables there are run between the sheetrock and insulation. These installs were undertaken during renovations by a contractor. Works great but choosing the right wall mount for your TV is critical - too close to a corner with a swivel/tilt can severely limit accessibility to the HDMis behind the tv. Good luck The install is simple and quick. take car in cutting your walls but sheetrock is easy to repair and repaint. [ William Jun 05, 2017 ]
The correct answer is any cable you run in the wall should be UL listed and approved for that use. However I am sure many people use a normal HDMI cables with no issues. Fishing the wire was easy for me, I used an old metal coat hanger and it snaked between the drywall and insulation with no issues. Overall a very easy install and highly recommended. [ Tim Jun 05, 2017 ]
Yes I have 4 Hdmi cables in my wall . U can use a cable wire or u could use a electrical fish tool u could get from harbor freight or just use a coat hanger my home is new so it was pretty easy to move the insulation I used a cable wire and I taped it to all my cables and pulled from top to bottom one shot gool luck [ Dooraj Jun 04, 2017 ]
You can put the HDMI wire through the the opening and pass through the wall to come out of the other open on the bottom connector. The power source is for 110v [ Joseph Jun 04, 2017 ]
I used a standard, though new, HDMI cable; and all works fine. Mine is on an outside wall . . . so I used a fish tape from the lower housing to the upper housing . . . and pulled the cable back down. I also pulled a couple extra pieces of string along with the cable for future use. Hope this helps. [ Thomas Jun 04, 2017 ]