Panamax MIW-POWER-PRO-PFP Power Outlet Faceplate-Silver


  • $ 119.95

Panamax MIW Power-Pro PFP
In-wall surge protector

The MIW-Power-Pro-PFP provides safe and noise-free filtered AC power to a remotely installed flat panel TV or ceiling-mounted projector. The outlet faceplate hides discreetly behind the installed component for a neat, professional installation, without the bulky power strips or hanging power wires. The MIW-Power-Pro-PFP faceplate requires a 4" wide by 3-3/4" high hole in the wall for the outlet box (not included).


  • 2 recessed, surge-protected AC outlets
  • Ultra-thin profile
  • Level 1 noise filtration improves performance of connected gear
  • Surge Suppression Rating of 330V
  • 15-amp total current capacity
  • Power Outlet Faceplate
  • Line Fault Indicator LED
  • Power On Indicator LED
  • Surge suppression rating of 330 Volts
  • 546 joules of surge energy suppression
  • Overvoltage protection
  • CSA-certified for in-home use
  • 4-13/16"W x 4-13/16"H x 2-5/16"D
  • Warranty: 3 years
  • Our 30-day money-back guarantee


Power Outlets: The MIW-Power-Pro-PFP has two recessed standard 3-pronged AC receptacles. The opening for the outlets is 1-9/16" wide by 2-5/8" high by 1/2" deep, and can accommodate most straight 3-pronged power plugs. Right-angled power cords may not fit properly, or may prevent more than one component to be plugged in at a time.

Voltage Monitoring Circuit: The built-in Voltage Monitoring Circuit protects equipment against prolonged over-voltages or under-voltages by disconnecting the power, then reconnecting it when safe power returns. The over-voltage shutoff point is 142 VAC (+/- 5 VAC), while the under-voltage shutoff is 84 VAC (+/- 6 VAC). A Line Fault LED on the faceplate will glow as long as the unsafe voltage condition exists.

Power On Indicator: A blue LED on the faceplate will glow to indicate power is being supplied to the outlets of the MIW-Power-Pro-PFP.

Surge Protection: The MIW-Power-Pro-PFP provides a catastrophic surge circuit and thermal fusing to protect your connected equipment from power surges and spikes.