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Tripp Lite Introduces New Wall-Mount Rack Enclosure Cabinets

Mon, 07/26/2010 - 5:44am
SRW12USGTripp Lite has added two new 12U models to its line of SmartRack Wall-Mount Rack Enclosure Cabinets: the SRW12US33 with extended depth and heavy-duty construction and the SRW12USG with a Plexiglas front door insert.

The new 12U SmartRack Wall-Mount Rack Enclosure Cabinets are ideal for housing IT equipment in network/wiring closets, back offices, branch offices or other areas where floor space is limited. Both models may also be fitted with an optional Rolling Caster Kit for conversion to floor-standing units that can easily be rolled out of the way under desks, tables or counters.

Key Features and Benefits:

(Both Models)
• Hinged cabinet swings away from wall bracket for easy access to equipment and cabling
• Locking, reversible front door and locking, removable side panels
• Perforated cabinet for superior ventilation
• Top and bottom panel cable access openings
• Fully assembled for quick installation

(Model SRW12US33)
• Extended mounting depth and heavy-duty construction to handle deeper rackmount equipment, such as standard 1U servers
• 250-lb. load capacity

(Model SRW12USG)
• Plexiglas door insert for easy visual monitoring of equipment readouts
• 200-lb. load capacity

“As rack equipment proliferates beyond the data center, it’s more important than ever for IT managers to make the best possible use of available space,” said Tripp Lite Product Manager Craig Watkins. “Tripp Lite introduced its line of wall-mount rack enclosures to meet that need. They’re ideal for applications where large rack enclosures won’t fit or consume too much floor space, such as network/wiring closets and remote sites. These two new cabinets with their special features provide even more flexibility in the choice of an optimum rackmount solution for facilities of all kinds.”

For more information on Tripp Lite’s new 12U Wall-Mount Enclosure Cabinets, go to: Tripp Lite 12U Wall-Mount Cabinets

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