Known by many names, a System Administration Server Racks is a metal frame chassis that holds, stacks, organizes, secures and protects various computer network and server hardware devices. The term “network” refers to the rack being used to house network hardware like routers, switches, access points, and modems.
The same rack holds servers and other computer systems, although some are designed with specific device types in mind. The rack works by securing network and other computer hardware within the mounting fixtures via brackets, bolts and other hardware to keep the hardware in its secure place.
Once installed, the two post rack allows for you to stack several different network devices on top of each other taking advantage of vertical space to reduce how much floor space you use to store your gear. The racks are also very sturdy and can be secured into the floor, making it very difficult to knock over any installed equipment. Additionally, the open nature of the rack minimizes airflow obstruction and makes it easier to manage network cables.
•Numbered rack-mount spaces on Standard Rack are printed on the equipment mounting channels, providing the installer an easy way of positioning equipment in planned spaces.
•Includes bonded assembly and a built-in attachment point for a ground (earthing) connection on •Standard Rack for easy attachment to the •Telecommunications Ground.
•Cable openings in Velocity vertical cable managers align with rack-mount units on the rack, allowing cables to exit by rack-mount units.
•Cable openings have rounded edges to protect cable and will not deform or break.
•Cover snaps on and opens to the right or left for easy access to cables during moves, adds or changes.