Cover plate for double door

The cover plate is a set of plates specifically designed for double doors, used to cover cable management with regards to access control or sensors. By applying these covers, cable management is safely stored inside the door construction enhancing the overall security level of the cabient.

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Item code Colour Height in U Width
A002B-060042-400-1 White 42 600 mm
A002B-060042-900-1 Black 42 600 mm
A002B-060047-400-1 White 47 600 mm
A002B-060047-900-1 Black 47 600 mm
A002B-060052-400-1 White 52 600 mm
A002B-060052-900-1 Black 52 600 mm
A002B-080024-400-1 White 24 800 mm
A002B-080024-900-1 Black 24 800 mm
A002B-080038-400-1 White 38 800 mm
A002B-080038-900-1 Black 38 800 mm
A002B-080042-400-1 White 42 800 mm
A002B-080042-900-1 Black 42 800 mm
A002B-080047-400-1 White 47 800 mm
A002B-080047-900-1 Black 47 800 mm
A002B-080052-400-1 White 52 800 mm
A002B-080052-900-1 Black 52 800 mm
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