Still using core drills, power poles, raised floors, and concrete trenching for cabling? CUT IT OUT!

Feb. 29, 2012

Make The Connection
The new generation Connectrac ultra-low-profile wireway systems are more subtle and powerful than ever. They’re just .75” high and incorporate lower-sloping moisture-resistant MDF ramps, which are earth-friendly and ADA compliant. Connectrac is the perfect solution when you’d rather not core drill or trench, raise the floor, or install a power pole. Plus, with the accessible wireway cap along the length of the Connectrac system, keeping up with the latest technology is a snap.  Connectrac’s floor-mounted raceways offer the best combination of aesthetics, value and flexibility.

Common System Features

  • Low-profile central aluminum wireway channel
  • Low-sloping moisture-resistant MDF flooring transition ramps
  • Installs on concrete slab with no coring or trenching
  • For power/voice/data/AV connectivity
  • Wireway components field-cut to length
  • Multiple wireway channels can be ganged for additional capacity
  • UL and CSA listed; ADA compliant

Perfect for reception desks and other freestanding needs, Connectrac’s I -Series allows you to always stay connected.  A duplex receptacle and up to four communications ports provide quick and easy technology integration in any room. The low-profile design blends with your flooring to provide the convenience of connectivity with the freedom of design possibilities.  There is no better alternative to core drills for conference room audio visual integration than Connectrac’s I Series system.

I-Series Features

  • Ideal for conference tables, individual desks, and lecterns
  • Single receptacle location
  • Two 110-volt power receptacles (NEMA 5 -15 std; NEMA 5-20 optional)
  • Accommodates 2 to 4 voice/data or AV ports
  • Voice/data adapter kit provided


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Connectrac’s M -Series

offers an alternative to power poles by bringing the connection point for system furniture away from existing walls directly to furniture.  The 8-wire, 4- circuit connection box can be located where needed for direct connection of the base power conduit.

M-Series Features

  • Ideal for modular furniture systems
  • Provides for a hard-wire furniture connection
  • 8-wire, 4-circuit (20- amp) power
  • Capacity for up to 18 CAT-6 cables

Connectrac’s U -Series is a powerful and flexible system that delivers unlimited power/voice/data connections to any room.  Ideal for training rooms, classrooms, desks, rows of fitness equipment and more, the U-Series offers unlimited possibilities.  This 4-circuit system utilizes quick-connect technology to allow any number of receptacles to be located at any spacing along a cable access spine of any length. The devices are easily rearranged, allowing for infinite possibilities and for changes over time.

U-Series Features

  • Ideal for training tables and multiple workstations
  • Unlimited power/voice/data connection points along wireway
  • 8-wire, 4-circuit (20-amp) power
  • Capacity for up to 18 CAT-6 cables
  • Quick-connect, modular power components
  • Duplex or quad receptacles (NEMA 5-15 std; NEMA 5-20 optional)

Experience unrestricted adaptability and connectivity for mobile tables and chairs with Connectrac’s versatile V- Series power towers.  This series allows people the flexibility to rearrange furniture quickly and maintain connectivity by plugging into the towers for power, phone and computer use.

Quick-connect power cables provide for fast initial installation and also the flexibility to move the towers along the Connectrac system.

V-Series Features

  • Towers quick-connect to power cables in the Connectrac wireway
  • Eight 110-volt receptacles per tower (NEMA 5-20 std)
  • Up to 16 communications ports per tower (voice/data/AV)
  • 8-wire, 4-circuit (20-amp) power
  • Three standard powder-coat finishes available

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