Server And Co-Location Cabinets Feature Solid Construction

Jan. 1, 2001
Two extra-deep server cabinets, which are said to accept most manufacturers' servers, are available in 36" and 43" depths. Featuring solid, rugged construction, these cabinets include perforated side panels, a rear door, and a ventilated glass front

Two extra-deep server cabinets, which are said to accept most manufacturers' servers, are available in 36" and 43" depths. Featuring solid, rugged construction, these cabinets include perforated side panels, a rear door, and a ventilated glass front door.
Two pairs of adjustable L-shaped panel mounting rails with mounting holes on EIA spacing have provisions for vertical cable management. A ventilated top can be used with an additional exhaust fan.
Available in two- and three-section styles, the co-location cabinet features security via a lockable rear door and a lockable, ventilated glass front door. Secure cable access ports in the top connect to individually secured cable ducts with two ducts per section.
This 36" deep cabinet also includes perforated steel side panels. Single-unit prices start at $1,406.25 and $1,584.10 for the server and co-location cabinets, respectively.

Company: BUD INDUSTRIES INC.

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