Built in partnership with Neutrik USA, this permanent install Stage Pocket supports the ANSI recommended bend radius for opticalCon cable by minimizing mechanical destruction and allowing cables to egress with minimal microbending.
Specialty cables like fiber optic, digital, and control cables reach across the inside of this 18” long Stage Pocket and emerge from a hinged cable exit to lay flat on the stage floor. Suited to protect cable from mechanical loss and connectors from damage, this Partnership Pocket securely mounts both high and low voltage connectivity under the solid steel protective lid.
Removable hinge pins allow the lid to be disconnected for easy pocket floor installation. The solid steel lid is load tested to withstand up to 750 lbs without deflection when properly installed to mate with the back box pocket body.
PANEL BRACKET Design:
The three piece assembly can be installed before or after the Back Box Pocket Body is installed in the floor. An isolated duplex compartment separates high voltage connectivity, allowing powerCon and opticalCon to be accessed in the same Stage Pocket.
CONNECTRIX PANELS & CONNECTORS:
Designed to provide flexibility, standard WP-300 Series Panels are always in-stock and mate perfectly with this pocket. Hundreds of isolated connectors are available for no-charge mounting and immediate delivery. Loaded and labeled panels can be delivered along with your Stage Pocket in one package, in less than 3 days from time of order.
POCKET BODY Back Box:
A zinc dipped 14 ga steel Back Box is sealed in a thick layer of polyurethane to protect the body from corrosion and moisture. Combination knockouts are positioned on all sides of the Pocket Body Back Box for easy conduit connection.
Frame the Pocket Body Back Box below the construction floor surface to support your load requirements, accounting for finished floor height offset. Terminate connector panels and replace the temporary box cover until the floor is finished. Aligned screw holes on the Bezel & Lid Assembly with the lip of the Back Box to sandwich the floor between them.