H25MNT

C-Wave DIRECTV H25 Receiver Wall Mount

C-Wave DIRECTV H25 Receiver Wall Mount

Description

The C-Wave DIRECTV H25 Receiver Wall Mount keeps the H25 receiver safe and secure when wall mounted.

Features

  • Access both front and rear panels of IRD for easier visual troubleshooting with agents
  • Includes space for the RF dongle to keep RF antenna out of the way
  • Prevents overheating problems that arise from stacking devices
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$14.95
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$13.93
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Mount your H25 on the wall easily with this plastic bracket. Keeps your H25 safe and secure when wall mounted.

Features:

  • No longer stack components on IRD causing overheat problems
  • Prevent damage to IRD due to liquid or foreign object intrusion
    Cabling will less likely come loose due to frequent moving of the IRD
  • Access both front and rear panels of IRD for easier visual troubleshooting with agents
  • Customers with wall mounted TV's can now have the IRD located on the wall behind the TV keeping all cabling hidden from view
  • The wall mount bracket also includes space for the RF dongle. This keeps the RF antenna secure and out of the way
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C-Wave DIRECTV H25 Receiver Wall Mount H25MNT DIRECTV H25 receiver wall mount
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