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In-Wall TV Power Kit

HT2202WHV1 On-Q
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$158.89 USD

Easily hide power and AV cables inside the wall without modifying the homes electrical wiring. This kit includes everything needed to extend power for wall mount TV installations while providing the ultimate flexibility with the innovative decorator based power inlet strap and the recessed box with duplex power receptacle.

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  • In-wall design hides all cabling, including power, HDMI, coax, and Cat 5e behind the wall
  • Duplex receptacle powers multiple devices such as a TV, speaker bar or internet media box
  • Recessed receptacle supports almost any type of power plug including right angles and wall warts
  • Unique decorator based power inlet strap provides flexible project support for ganging other connections
  • Hides both power and AV cables for a clean, professional installation


General Info
Product Line On-Q
Replaced by Part Number  CPT306WV1
UPC Number 804428065975
Country Of Origin China
Technical Information
Orientation Vertical


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Questions & Answers

NEC 400.10(11) says that a flexible cord can only be used to power a single receptacle. How can this be code compliant since it is a duplex?

Asked by: Ned
HMM. That's weird, because 400.10 (11) says it's not.
Answered by: Ned
Date published: 2023-02-09

The person that installed it cut the electrical wire (in order to put it through a small hole that wouldn’t let the  male plug through)  and then jury rigged it. Is this safe? 

Asked by: Tony
If the cord was cut in any way it is no longer a safe installation and should be replaced.
Answered by: Wiremold Tech Support
Date published: 2022-11-17

In the wall cavity between  studs I have ac power line running down  left stud and cat5e running down the right stud — Any issue with EMI interference? Also will have AC wire  running horizontally that I would be perpendicular with extension cord and hdmi

Asked by: JayD23
Interference is always possible with runs in that close of proximity. Every installation is different, and there's not a solid way to know for sure in each instance what may happen. It is recommended that the cables be professionally tested for throughput and crosstalk to verify the cable's integrity and performance.
Answered by: Wiremold Tech Support
Date published: 2022-07-11

Can I run the kit through a fire break if I can safely make a hole big enough to run the right angle plug through it?

Asked by: SOPbuddy
Please consult your local Authority Having Jurisdiction for questions regarding building codes compliance.
Answered by: Wiremold Tech Support
Date published: 2022-05-31

The back of the power input module fell off in the wall. Can I get a replacement part?

Asked by: Kim
E-mail technical support at technical.support-hs@legrand.us to inquire about a replacement
Answered by: Wiremold Tech Support
Date published: 2022-04-19

I need the power cord routed from top to side of fire place. I need a 11 foot length power cord. Do you have at least a 12 ft. or can I modify.

Asked by: Ruben
Unfortunately the answer is no to all counts of that question. Modifying the cord will break the UL listing of this device, effectively making it a non-code compliant installation.
Answered by: Wiremold Tech Support
Date published: 2022-04-04

Is it easy to add (fish) additional HDMI cable once the in-wall power kit has already been installed? Are there any videos on how to do it?

Asked by: Elizabeth
No, it is highly recommended that the cables be fished prior to this kit being installed. The design of the outlet for the cables down below makes it difficult to pull through even when a pull string is installed prior
Answered by: Wiremold Tech Support
Date published: 2023-03-01

Is there a problem in installing it on a wall containing metal studs?

Asked by: GS
This unit attaches to the drywall and therefore does not interact with the studs. As long as the metal studs are a standard depth comparable to a 2x4, there will be no issue using this product.
Answered by: Wiremold Tech Support
Date published: 2022-03-17
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