Orbit Industries’ telescoping supporting bracket expands from 16 to 27 in., and it mounts between wall studs, overhead or between hard-lid ceiling joists. Inward flanges allow it to maintain its rigidity, even at full extension. Along with a stamped measuring ruler and center cutouts and mounting holes on either end.
nVent Caddy’s heavy duty rigid box support accommodates electrical boxes, plaster rings or low-voltage devices from one bracket. It accepts vertically or horizontally mounted single- and double-gang adjustable mud rings and is designed to work with snap-in-place first means of support for conduit and cables.
Arlington Industries’ CE1RP white, nonmetallic cable entry bracket with slotted cover fits wall thicknesses from ¼ to 1½ in. It is designed to install a bundle of Class 2 low-voltage wiring using a 3½-in. hole saw.
Arlington Industries’ LVMB1 low-voltage mounting bracket for Class 2 low-voltage wiring is designed for new construction. It mounts vertically on wood or metal studs for users to install communications wiring without an electrical box. It works with ½- or 5/8-in. drywall. It is made of nonconductive plastic that prevents damage to cable.
Arlington Industries’ LV2LP low-voltage, two-gang mounting bracket is manufactured for installation on existing construction for Class 2 wiring only. It is used for installing products on cast concrete or concrete block walls. It is made of plastic and can be mounted horizontally or vertically.
Viking Electronics’ SA-TBA tile bridge is used to mount and support 8-in. loudspeakers and bridges in light-duty, 2-ft.-by-2-ft. and 2-ft.-by-4-ft. ceiling tiles. It is 24-gauge cold-rolled steel with an electro-galvanized rust-resistant finish. The mounting hole is 9.69-in. in diameter.