Do MetroLinq devices have a ground point?

Do MetroLinq devices have a ground point?

For most MetroLinq models, grounding can be accomplished by either grounding the mounting structure to which the mounting bracket is attached, or attaching a grounding wire directly to the grounding point on the unit.
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