Legrand’s LEGFB1DRN rectangular floor box kit includes the box, cover and a 15A tamper-resistant receptacle. It can be installed on carpet, wood, natural stone and tile floors that have a wooden subfloor. Users can choose from nickel or brass plates to blend in seamlessly with most residential flooring types.
Orbit Industries’ flip-lid floor box enables customers to adjust box depth on the job. It features hinged outlet covers to prevent children from inserting fingers or objects. It is available in 1- or 2-gang models, brushed brass or stainless-steel finishes and 20A tamper-resistant outlets or low-voltage jacks.
Leviton’s 2-gang poke-through floor box is designed for retrofit commercial applications. It features adjustable anchoring clips and a two-piece construction that allows the device to self-level up to four degrees. The aluminum covers are available in five different configurations in four powder-coated finishes. It features multiple low-voltage divider slots for different device widths.
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.