comCables Introduces New ID Faceplates, Unloaded Patch Panels & Surface Mount Boxes
Denver, CO (February 14, 2011) – comCables, a Denver-based manufacturer of structured cabling solutions, recently released its new ID Faceplates, Unloaded Patch Panels and Surface Mount Boxes. These products offer top-quality features at extremely competitive prices.
Beyond the obvious benefits of the ID label, the new ID Faceplates feature a shatterproof, modern design and satin finish that prevents fingers prints from showing. The new faceplates come in 1, 2, 3, 4 and 6 port in white and ivory.
“We are excited about the flexibility and shatterproof design of our ID Faceplates.” said Andy Work, Director of Product Management at comCables. “These faceplates are going to make our contractors jobs easier, which is what we strive to do.”
comCables also introduced its new flush mount, high-density, 24-port Unloaded Patch Panel that uses 1u space. The new patch panels work with comCables Crescendo HD jacks and Rapid Punch Tool and includes a wire manager that attaches to the back. The major advantage of the Unloaded Patch Panel is the amount of training time it saves installers when used with the RPT crimp tool.
“The comCables Unloaded Patch Panels and RPT tool give contractors a significant labor savings.” Work said. “Contractors can be trained on installing jacks and patch panels at the same time, while learning to do so with more accuracy and in less time.
The final product comCables released are modern Surface Mount Boxes in 1, 2 and 4 port in white and ivory. The surface mount boxes fit all four styles of keystone jacks that comCables offers and have the ID label on the back.
The ID Faceplates, Unloaded Patch Panels & Surface Mount Boxes are “Buy American Act’ compliant, as is comCables complete product line. These products developed after comCables gathered customer feedback and researched products to make its customers more effective in the field. The three new products are the first of many product improvements comCables plans to make in 2011.