flush mount installation process


Install the backing plates to 4”x4” square (1900) junction boxes and run low voltage feeds to the powered boxes. The non-powered junction boxes will be used for suspension only.

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Install sheetrock over the junction boxes (with plates pre-installed) and cut a 1.75” (1 3/4”) diameter hole in sheetrock centered over the hole in the receiver plates.

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Wire the powered ends of each loop to the low-voltage wires in the powered junction boxes and push the wires into the junction box. Then mount the rope ends to the receiver plates with the provided flat-head screws (8-32 threaded). Multiple holes have been included in the receiver plates to allow for ease of mounting.

After the powered ends are installed, carefully unroll the rope and allow it to untwist before mounting the non-powered end. The non-powered ends install identically to the powered ends (but are not electrified).

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Once the loops are installed and adjusted to allow the rope to drape naturally (so that it isn’t twisted), slide the round trim pieces up the rope and onto the two black threaded posts. These posts can be adjusted with a 2MM allen wrench if the trim piece sticks out past the sheetrock (they should be flush and tight against the ceiling).

Once they are in position, carefully tighten the two set screws located in the sides of the trim piece with a 2MM allen wrench. These set screws tighten against the black threaded posts, so if the posts do not stick out far enough, adjust them as needed.


Once the ropes are installed, the plastic sleeve that covers the rope can be carefully removed BY HAND. Do not use sharp tools to cut the bag because the white rope is easily damaged.

NOTE: Do not leave the ropes turned on for an extended period of time while the plastic sleeve is covering them or moisture will develop inside the bag and the ropes may be damaged.