Mita launches non-metallic 4-way Cat6 shuttle box

Published:  19 June, 2005

Mita
Simplifying data cabling is this non-metallic Cat6 shuttle box from Mita.

Mita has added a non-metallic, 4-way shuttle box to its range of latest-technology data-cabling products. This box does not require earthing, reducing cabling and installation time.

Up to four data outlets can be provided, and the box accepts standard LJ6 37 x 22 mm Cat5e or Cat6 modules from all leading manufacturers. They are available as a shuttle box only, with 3 or 5 m of flexible conduit, 25 mm gland and anchor point.

These boxes can be mounted on a desk or workstation or in a bespoke raised-floor access box designed by Mita to provide the required depth and capacity.



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