ceiling outlet

ceiling diffuser, ceiling outlet

1.Any air diffuser (usually round, square, rectangular, or linear) which is located in the ceiling; used to provide a horizontal distribution pattern of air over a zone occupied by people.

ceiling outlet

2. A small metal box, mounted at ceiling level, in which electric conductors terminate; used to support a lighting fixture or other ceiling-mounted electric appliance.
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The ultraclean air ventilation system in the operating room consists of a ceiling outlet (2 m x 2.4 m) equipped with a high-efficiency particle air filter (HEPA H14).
Plan to position the ceiling outlet directly above where the power cord leaves the light fixture.
If there's no ceiling outlet or if the garage door opener outlet is only a single outlet (found in homes built after 1995), add a new GFCI outlet.
At the user end, fiber multimode cables terminate in wall and ceiling outlets throughtout the four-story building.