Extron is pleased to announce the immediate availability of the Cable Cubby 1252 MS, an elegant, surface-matching cable access enclosure for AV connectivity, control, and power. When the Cable Cubby® lid is closed, it blends into the table surface and is virtually invisible. This makes it an ideal solution for conference tables, lecterns, and other presentation furniture in high-end environments. The lid of the Cable Cubby enclosure serves as a mounting base for various thicknesses of wood, stone, or other finishing material. After precision cutting of the surface opening, the removed material can be attached to the lid. The unique lid and height-adjustable design let the enclosure sit completely flush with the surface. A cable pass-through slot allows cables to remain connected, even when the lid is closed.
Unique design virtually disappears into furniture surface
Integrated lid serves as a mounting base for wood, stone, or other surface-matching material
Bezel-free, height-adjustable enclosure accommodates any furniture thickness for a flush installation
Allows cable pass-through when lid is closed
The Cable Cubby 1252 MS requires precision surface cutting and professional carpentry skills for proper integration
Compatible with ZipClip 100, ZipClip 200, or PMK 155 mounting kits for securing an external power supply or up to half-rack width products directly to the enclosure beneath the surface
Accommodates AC or AC+USB Power Module, plus up to three Retractor modules, eight AV cables, and/or three AAP™ AV Connectivity Modules
Includes mounting brackets for AAP, Cable Pass-through, and Retractor modules
John Kurtinecz is Vice President of JP Lilley focusing on technical products and services facing the audio, video and presentation communities. John is a member of InfoComm International, ICIA which is now known as AVIXA, a member of various business chambers throughout the region, and Hershey Harrisburg Regional Visitors Bureau. In 1995 John was among the first 26 people in the world to achieve CTS-I certification by InfoComm International. He has been actively serving the AV industry for 31 years. His drive and vision will continue to lead the audio, video and presentation industry for many years to come.