Multiple rg-6 cable ground?
On this installation I'm working on, homeowner pre-purchased his media stuff, Hubbell. I'm not really familiar with it, I tend to buy Leviton.
He's got RG-6 video/sat/cable splitters, (not power injectors) although he doesn't know what's going to be hooked up - most likely satellite, slight possibility of cable if it's at that location (small town, limited cable runs)
Looking under the cosmetic plastic mount, these splitters have provision for a grounding cable, but it's concealed by the plastic trim. Presumably just like with electric, we don't want multiple ground connections, so I assume they're ignored.
If it's cable, the demarc should have a grounding block that ties the braid of the cable to ground, if satellite, a ground cable runs to dish, also grounding braid. (here in BC few people seem to ground their dishes) Presumably in both cases, tying these splitters to ground is unnecessary and undesirable, since they're already grounded?