ICC HD15 VGA with Keystone Decora Insert - 1 VGA Port - 2 Blank Keystone Ports - Ivory

Part no. IC107DR2IV

Install Any Keystone Options | HDTV and Computer Use | Mounting Screws | Plastic

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$7.49 $7.13 $6.77 $6.42 $6.06
Quantity Discount Pricing
1 - 9 10 - 14 15 - 24 25 - 99 100+
$7.49 $7.13 $6.77 $6.42 $6.06

This ICC VGA Decora Insert offers an additional two ports for keystone applications.  This insert is compatible with Decora Wall Plates. Not only can you install and organize your VGA cable with this wall plate, but it also allows you the flexibility to include other feed-through options. Personalize this wall plate with keystone inserts that fit your specific needs. The Wall Plate boasts an VGA connector which can retain accurate signal timings for HDTV and also be used for monitor to computer connections.


  • Color: Ivory
  • Decora Style
  • 1 VGA Female to VGA Female
  • Two Blank Keystone Ports
  • Signals pass through unprocessed

Please Note: If you want to utilize both keystone ports, you must use high density (hd) keystone jacks. One standard jack will fit in the wallplate, but not two.

REVIEW SUMMARY for ICC HD15 VGA with Keystone Decora Insert - 1 VGA Port - 2 Blank Keystone Ports - Ivory
5.0 (based on 1 reviews)
  • VGA, HDMI and 3.5mm Audio on one panel

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    From: Delmar, NY

    7/12/2015    #17284

    PROS: The product works really well; Super fast
    CONS: None specified
    This review is for 3 items I bought to use together: Part no. IC107DR2IV: ICC HD15 VGA with Keystone Decora Insert - 1 VGA Port - 2 Blank Keystone Ports - Ivory Part no. 3608: HDMI F/F Coupler Keystone - Ivory Part no. 2598: 3.5mm Stereo Feed-Thru Keystone Coupler - Ivory Several years ago I ran VGA, HDMI and 3.5mm audio cables from my home theater to a computer monitor and speakers in another room. Since I didn't have a suitable panel of feed-thru connectors the cables came through an unsightly hole in the wall. These parts looked like they might fit together and, after a bit of work with an X-Acto knife and file, they did. The problem is imposed by the standard sizes of keystones and Decora inserts. A VGA connector is too big for a keystone so this panel doesn't attempt that. Two keystone ports fit side-by side in a Decora insert, just barely. Keystone devices have tabs on the sides to keep them from being pulled forward when a cable is removed and when two keystones are this close the tabs want to occupy the same space. Fortunately the tabs on the HDMI and audio inserts have different designs and it was easy to cut a couple of notches in the audio jack's holder to allow for the HDMI holder's tabs. I also filed away a bit of the plastic body of each so they wouldn't try to push each other aside but that's not absolutely necessary. Shipping was very fast via USPS: 2 days, not counting the Sunday I ordered it.

Q: Why do I need to use a wall plate?

A: Wall Plates provide a professional clean looking finish to home theatre or office networks. A wall plate will keep your cables neat and tucked away behind the wall. If you are connecting cables to equipment too far away to hide the cable, running the cable through the wall plate behind a wall is the best solution to keep installation organized.

Q: What is a gang?

A: Wall plates are very specific for your intended use. Gang is one feature used to distinguish how many ‘side-by-side’ elements in an electrical box are included in the wall plate. Gang does not refer to the number of ports available, for example a double-gang wall plate may offer 4 ports.

Q: Can I install a wall plate without a solid supportive wood or metal wall?

A: For installing wall plates on plaster or drywall use a mounting plate to strengthen the installation points. A mounting box is another option for installing wall plates for surfaces like brick or concrete. The mounting box can be mounted on the wall using adhesive and a standard wall plate can be attached to the front.

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