The A910-HCM Hard Ceiling Mount allows the MXA910 Ceiling Array Microphone to be mounted flush in a drywall or hard ceiling, providing a more finished appearance. The mount is paintable to match the ceiling color. It can be pre-installed in the ceiling and the MXA910 installed later.
The A910-HCM can be secured to framing along its sides, suspended, and / or attached to a Unistrut® metal framing system above the ceiling. Knockouts are provided for connections to electrical conduit, such as when used with the A910-JB Junction Box accessory. The mount also accommodates the FyreWrap® cover included with the MXA910 for UL 2043 Plenum Rating.
The A910-HCM accommodates both the 24-inch and 60-centimeter sizes of MXA910 microphones.
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