Snake Tray’s metal circular floor box offers data and power reception module for workstations. The round design allows for the module to be installed in the same size opening as standard air diffusers. Its optional integrated circuit breaker eliminates power disruptions to other electrical devices in the area.
Bryant’s 15A and 125V RF151R drop-in floor box is made of a solid brass flange and cover. Its height is adjustable up to 3/4 in. It features an optional low-voltage divider and recession options to minimize plug protrusion.
ABB’s Steel City 8-in. recessed poke-through floor box features five gangs and is round to fit into a drilled hole. Two gangs are dedicated for power, while the remaining three gangs can be individually configured for any combination of power and data. The center compartment is rated for a wiring device of up to 50A.
Orbit Industries’ 125V AC pop-up floor box and 20A duplex receptacle is tamper-resistant and designed for carpet, tile or wood floor. It is also rated for countertop applications. It is available in brass or stainless steel.
Arlington Industries’ 51/2-in. nonmetallic concrete floor box has multiple slots for positioning low-voltage dividers and multiple conduit hubs and plugs. The recessed cover kit is designed with a flush-to-the-floor cover installation. It features two low-voltage openings, ultra-thin stamped steel flange, plated- or powder-coated zinc covers and a recessed device that reduces tripping.
Leviton’s pop-up floor box features a metal cover that recesses into the floor when not in use. It provides easy access to power in rooms where traditional in-wall receptacles cannot be used. It is available for different flooring types in residential and commercial applications, and it comes in four finishes.