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jack/plate compatibility question
#446418 08/01/07 02:37 PM
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Sorry if this has been asked before:

I need to know if Lutron plates will accept ICC keystone modules.

Thanks!

APB


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#446419 08/01/07 09:54 PM
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Yes it has

https://www.sundance-communications.../ubb/get_topic/f/24/t/000237.html#000000

I dont know lutron so your guess is as good as mine

there is a link to a chart inside the link above

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#446420 08/01/07 11:42 PM
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Thanks. Every question answered except mine.


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Whats a Lutron? I would say the best way to know is try it


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Re: jack/plate compatibility question
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Merritt,
Its a designer looking faceplate that maybe be speced by an architect or interior designer.
I couldnt find a Lutron faceplate that had a data or voice jack capability.

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leviton makes a similar line decra , Ive used them and as I recall they don't use keystone inserts


lutron


Arthur , like merritt suggested try and let us know


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Re: jack/plate compatibility question
#446424 08/02/07 05:50 AM
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Arthur,
The link Skip posted above has 2- toll free #'s
to Lutron ,they should help you.

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If you mean Decora, you can get a keystone plate that the jacks snap in to.


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I just got off the phone with Roger at Lutron tech support. His answer is "We have no idea, but when you find out, would you let us know?"

(sigh)


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Most manufacturers known for electrical hardware, i.e: Leviton, Hubbell, Lutron, Eagle (Cooper), P&S, etc. tend to follow the traditional keystone jack dimensions. They might not be a perfect fit, but they are pretty much interchangable with each other and with ICC and generics brands.


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