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I wish that your DVR/NVR units along with your POE switches and just about anything else where it might be useful came with keyhole style cutouts for mounting equipment to a wall.  It would really help if that could be added to the design.  It’s such a simple thing that can make a big difference at installation.  Thanks.

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For mounting on the wall you can utilize the Lock Boxes and the Wall BRACKET. 
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Just a thought… One way around not having the hole template is to actually photocopy the device in question.  This will give you a completely accurate hole location for mounting sake.  I know it sounds ridiculous, but it does work! Confused  Most of the DVR/NVR units are either rack mountable or not mountable to a wall.  PoE switches are rack mountable or the switch will fit on a copier to get the keyhole locations. 

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The wall mount brackets are an option for the DVRs.  I just don’t understand why more equipment manufacturers don’t include these keyhole slots in their design.  It seems like such a simple thing to include.  I do a lot of computer networking work and I actually purchase some equipment just because they do come with the mounting slots.  It’s nice to have the option when working with small network switches and routers.  I just purchased one of the POE 8 port switches and need to mount it to the wall but with no slots it will be difficult. 

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