Syncbox Wiring Accessory Hides Connections, Installs Quickly
The British electronics company Syncbox wiring accessory is designed to keep cabling connections hidden from sight for a more seamless appearance.
The British accessory manufacturer Syncbox and its new installation product help professional integrators discreetly install wire and cable into a range of home environments.
Described by the company as "the world's only universally adaptable, invisible wiring and hidden socket system," Syncbox enables integrators to configure the product based on each client's specific requirements.
Syncbox states its solution works with A/V, home automation, home networking, home security and power wires and cables.
The British company says that its hybrid installation box can be used in a variety of home environments that range from new construction to retrofit, and it can be used within a variety of wall materials.
Syncbox Wiring Accessory Installs in a Flash
Explaining how the wire and cable installation accessory works, Syncbox says that in most homes, the hybrid box's ratchet clamping system facilitates quick installations. Syncbox says all that professional integrators need to do is cut a hole in the drywall, insert the cables into the box, place the hybrid box into the hole cutout, and pull its installation straps.
According to the U.K.-based company, the product provides integrators and their clients with a two key benefits:
- it saves money through its expedited installation
- once it is installed, it looks better than loose cabling and wiring that distracts from the appearance of installed electronics systems
Syncbox supports its wire and cable installation accessory with cover plates that integrators can paint to match the Syncbox's surroundings.
In addition, the company aids integrators with its custom build and technical services. Syncbox says that if dealers have questions about a particular installation they can utilize the company's free support services to ensure fully functional, reliable installations.
Learn more about the new Syncbox wiring accessory here.
Bob is an audio enthusiast who has written about consumer electronics for various publications within Massachusetts before joining the staff of CE Pro in 2000. Bob is THX Level I certified, and he's also taken classes from the Imaging Science Foundation (ISF) and Home Acoustics Alliance (HAA). Bob also serves as the technology editor for CE Pro's sister publication Commercial Integrator. In addition, he's studied guitar and music theory at Sarrin Music Studios in Wakefield, Mass., and he also studies Kyokushin karate at 5 Dragons in Haverhill, Mass. Have a suggestion or a topic you want to read more about? Email Robert at [email protected]
Follow Robert on social media:
Networking & CablesProSource: ‘We’re Two Years Ahead of Everyone Else’ in Remote Managed Services
Chromis Fiberoptics Targets Resi Market with Plastic Optical Fiber
Product Briefs: MQA Live; Roon Labs Automation; Dirac 2nd Gen VR; C4 Training
Legrand Active Copper HDMI Cables Carry 4K Up to 50 Feet
Just a Man and His Tools: Look Inside a Technician’s ‘Perfect’ Toolbag
View more on Networking & Cables
Take Our Latest QuizzesDo You Know the Origin of These Brand Names? Take the Quiz
So You Think You Know Smart Lights? How about a Dimesimeter?
Cover Your AAS: 4 Questions to Reveal if You’re Ready for an As-a-Service Model
Test Your CES Knowledge! Take This Short Quiz
Who Buys Smart Home Tech? Test Your Knowledge of the Home-Tech Market