cable trough

cable trough

[′kā·bəl ‚trȯf]
(electricity)
An enclosed channel, usually beneath a floor, that provides a path for cables.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Tables with modesty panels are increasing in popularity because they adapt to changing needs by managing power and data cables with an under worksurface cable trough, which discreetly channels cords from table to table.
Easy to follow instructions are provided for installing the cable trough and attaching the blocks, and drawings are provided to assist with connecting the electrical devices.
Each desk has a built-in cable trough, cable pass-throughs, and grommets on the desk surface.
Cables from equipment can be routed around hooks and guided through a cable trough between the back legs to keep them out of the way, yet accessible.
"The Nova desks have a built-in in cable trough to manage the wires and are equipped with grommets to allow for easy side-to-side networking.