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Raising Electronics 15U Wall Mount Network Server Cabinet Rack Enclosure Glass Door Lock 600mm Deep (15U)

Raising Electronics 15U Wall Mount Network Server Cabinet Rack Enclosure Glass Door Lock 600mm Deep (15U)

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Raising Electronics 15U Server Cabinet Enclosure - Solid, Versatile, and Premium Quality Made; Organize and Secure your Rack Mount network cabinet Equipment. This premium quality 15U rack mount server cabinet or network cabinet is designed to fit 19" standard equipment. This network cabinet rack provides your equipment stable supports and the rail depth of 18". The top has a pre-drilled screw holes (4"x4") that is designed for users who want to get a top mounted fan units and save rack space for equipment mounting. This cabinet has Glass door, offers great and clear look to provide in-time observation for your equipment in the rack. Also, heavy duty caster wheels under the rack will give you ease of mobility around your office, studio, or even your house. Additionally, we provide 5 year warranty and free lifetime technical support!
> Features:
> 1.15U Rack enclosure with lockable glass door
> 2.Simple and Modern Glass door design
> 3.High grade cold rolled steel made with 5 year warranty
> 4.Unit size 32"H x 22"W x 24"D
> 5.200LB Weight Capacity
> Specifications:
> Color: Advanced Black
> Material: Cold Rolled Steel
> Self Dimension: W: 22" D:24" H: 32"
> Rack Space: 15U / 15RU
> Weight Capacity: 200LB
> Shipping Dimensions:
> 66LB 31x25x10

1 Review

  • 5
    Overall, great cabinet, take it from me, I am around these all the time.

    Posted by HabSoCrack on Mar 4th 2021

    Okay... Honestly, what can I say? I specifically needed closed rack under 24in wide. This was it. I called the manufacturer and they checked for me.

    I knew assembly was required, I was not too concerned but I admit, mounting the rollers was the biggest PITA as the paint covers the thread effectively having you rethread the paint (yes, it is exhausting, as you want to go slow to not strip the screws or cabinet.

    Having already understood I did have no rear panel to open, you just figure out the best plan of attack when it comes to cable Management.

    My biggest disapointment is not getting 18u+