Ace Backstage 174SLBK Stage Pocket for Allen & Heath DLive Expander

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This Partnership Pocket is designed for permanent stage floor installation of the Allen & Heath DX164W (DT) or DigiCo A164 (D). A contemporary floor box that allows the digital connectivity expander unit to be moved from the wall directly into the stage floor where it is conveniently accessed, eliminating wall to stage cable runs.

Utilizing an extra deep Double Wide Back Box and custom mounting brackets, this (2) piece Stage Pocket is built to protect connectivity and additionally accepts (2) standard 3-gang plates to support additional low voltage audio, data, and video connections.

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 750lbs without deflection when properly installed to mate with the back box pocket body.

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.

Horizontal brackets and mounting ears provide a secure mount for the expander and additional ganged plates. Accommodate high voltage requirements with the use of a WP-3E Panel and mating switchbox.

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. Use provided mounting ears to install the expander unit. Aligned screw holes on the Bezel & Lid Assembly with the lip of the Back Box to sandwich the floor between them.