Startech 9U Server Cabinet 450 x 600 x 511mm
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RK9WALM Wall Mount Network Switch Cabinet
This 9U server rack cabinet lets you mount your EIA-310 compliant equipment to the wall. The enclosure features an adjustable mounting depth from 6 to 14.6 in. and offers a maximum load capacity of 200 lb. (90 kg).
Save space in your office or server room
Save valuable floor space, by wall-mounting the enclosure. The wall-mounted design makes this enclosure the ideal solution for optimizing equipment storage in your classroom, retail store, server room or office. This rack also includes a 1U shelf that gives you a stable surface for storing your tools or placing equipment that's not rack-mountable.
Easily install your servers and network equipment
The wall-mount network rack makes it easy to install your equipment, with 2-post mounting rails that can be positioned to create more room at the front or the back of the enclosure depending on your requirements.
The 9U network cabinet features a removable and reversible front door and removable side panels, each with quick-release mechanisms, so you can easily access your equipment. Plus, each door and panel on this rack features an independent lock, ensuring your equipment is secure. The wall-mount server rack also includes all of the cage nuts and mounting screws youll need to fill the rack with equipment, saving you the time, hassle and cost of sourcing mounting hardware.
For hassle-free cable management, the rack includes a 3-meter roll of hook-and-loop cable tie that makes it easy to keep your cables neat and tidy by binding them together or binding them to the rack. The self-gripping fabric can be cut to any size, enabling a wrap-around solution for the cables of any rack-mount equipment.
Securely protect your equipment
This server rack enclosure features heavy-duty steel construction, with lockable doors at all entrances. For hassle-free equipment installation, the mounting rails on the rack can be switched for use with square holes and cage nuts, or tapped rails.
To ensure your equipment is running at an optimal temperature, the server rack/cabinet promotes passive cooling. It features mesh doors and vented top and bottom panels for maximum airflow.
For simple and sturdy mounting, the racks mounting holes are positioned 16 in. apart, so you can securely attach it to a wall using wall studs.
The RK9WALM is backed by a StarTech.com 5-year warranty and free lifetime technical support.
Features & Benefits
Save space by wall-mounting your servers or networking equipment
Comes fully assembled and includes a 1U shelf and a 3 meter hook-and-loop cable tie
Easily install your equipment with adjustable 2-post mounting rails
Secure your mission-critical equipment with a locked enclosure
Maximize compatibility by switching the mounting rails between square cage nut holes or tapped 12-24 holes
Wall-mount your server and networking equipment flush against the wall, in areas with limited space, such as technology store fronts or repair centers
Install the rack in your small-office environment, where you can't fit a full-sized rack
Organize cabling or equipment in your network closet, wiring closet, back office or IDF
Whats in the package?
roll of hook-and-loop fastener
12-24 cage nuts
side panel keys
Do sever cabinets always need cooling systems?
Not always, if the cabinets are only partially filled and the design has perforated ventilation holes in the front and back, you do not necessarily need additional cooling fan kits.
Manufacturers advise that server cabinets have adequate air flow through the front and back of at least 63% open area for airflow.
Do I need a cabinet or rack?
A rack is an open frame fixture whereas a cabinet is an enclosure with a door(s). When deciding to buy a rack or cabinet, it is important to consider the following:
1) Equipment; What equipment will be used to put in it? If you require regular access to all sides of the hardware equipment, an open rack may be better suited. If you require extra stability with infrequent access and the hardware is heavy, like servers then a cabinet may be more convenient.
2) Environment; in what environment will you be installing it in? If the conditions are dusty and open, extra protection of a cabinet to enclose the equipment may be better suited.
3) Security; do you require an enclosure that can be locked and kept safe? If so, a enclosed cabinet might be the better choice.
|External Height||511 mm|
|External Width||450 mm|
|External Dimensions||450 x 600 x 511mm|