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Expanding the Smart-Way Raceway FSR line at ISE 2020

Chaz Porter of FSR talks Matt Scott through what’s new with its Smart-Way Raceway cable management system.

FSR debuted the Smart-Way Raceway system at InfoComm 2019, setting it apart with its simplicity and low-profile.

“What we are introducing at ISE, is a new set of device boxes that allow any 45mm square receptacle,” Porter says. “That allows us to supply our Raceway in virtually any country in the world. It opens up an expansive market for us globally.”

Porter shares that FSR is in the process of building a family of distributors worldwide, and the introduction of the new device boxes ensures that those distributors are fully stocked with receptacles to avoid project issues.

Easy to install, the Smart-Way Raceway is supplied in on-floor and in-floor versions right in the box. 

FSR is at ISE 2020 on Booth N-180.

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