Raising Electronics 18U Server Cabinet Enclosure - Solid, Versatile, and Premium Quality Made; Organize and Secure your Rack Mount Equipment.
This premium quality 18U rack mount server cabinet is designed to fit 19” standard equipment.
This 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 meshed front door, offers great airflow to provide passive cooling and prevent overheats. 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!
- Flat Shipping- Unassembled 18U Rack enclosure with lockable mesh door
- Simple and Modern Vented Mesh door design with 220LB Weight Capacity
- High grade cold rolled steel made with 5 year warranty
- Unit size (Casters On) 37”H x 22”W x 24”D (18” post to post install depth)
- Inner space (Front Door to Back Panel) of 22.25”
Color: Advanced Black
Material: Cold Rolled Steel
Self Dimension: W: 22" D:24" H: 37”
Rack Space: 18U / 18RU
Weight Capacity: 220LB
I bought this rack recently. I have purchased a few server racks in the past and this one compares very favorably. Overall I would rate this very positive, particularly when you factor in the cost.
This 18U rack has a stamped mesh front door, and two solid side doors. The mesh door provides tons of passive ventilation, however this will hamper draft from a fan if you are trying to cool things that way. Two fan cut outs on top and two on bottom are present. No fans are provided. The side doors have top and bottom latches (internal) that are very robust. They have copper grounding lugs which I am certain no one will ever use, but they are there should Dr. Evil ever need a server rack.
The front door has a single keyed/lock latch that I really dislike - there is no way to latch this without a key. No key = no working door. There are knockouts top, bottom and back for cables. The knockouts have been stamped and the edges are very sharp. There is a slight risk of cable damage, and a moderate risk of finger damage. The rear plate has holes for screws if you decide to mount it to a wall (I did) but they're not very robust. Additional holes for positive mechanical attachment to a wall would be better.
It comes with some casters. They look nice. Why would a person install these? The manufacturer should save the money on purchasing casters and pass those savings on to the consumer.
Overall a very good buy.