Wall faceplate with power, TV, network and phone sockets

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  1. zed4

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    Hi,

    I'm searching online but I'm not having much luck. Perhaps someone here will know where to find what I'm after.

    I'm looking for a wall faceplate, to fit into a stud wall, with 2x power sockets, 1x phone socket, 1x TV antenna socket and 1x or 2x network sockets.

    Does this exist? It will look so much tidier than having them all in separate faceplates. I already have a twin power socket, a TV antenna socket and a phone socket, all in individual faceplates in a row in each bedroom, but I want to add a network faceplate to each room, so one long faceplate would be much better for me.

    Thanks,

    Dan
     
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    First carefully remove one of your arms and one leg and send them both, along with your specification and order details, to these guys! :)


    Graham.
     
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    Perfect, but yes, a little too expensive to do several rooms. I think I'll have to go for the modular plates I've seen on Amazon.
     
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    I'm not sure I'd want power and data and voice in the same back box! You're better off leaving the power as is, and get a 4 way modular wall plate with what you want. They fit in a standard double back box.

    MK Euro Data Grid
     
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    I've used the Scolmore range in both this and my previous house, good stuff and a good range of modules plus a choice of finishes. You could take a look at the Click Minigrid and Click New Media ranges.
     
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    I used LAP modular and MK range from for our rooms.
     
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    I am not sure mains voltage should be so close to other lesser connections. What if a live mains wire connected with something else?
     

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