Server racks

Feb. 17, 2005
New Server Racks have ventilated steel doors to more precisely direct the flow of cooling air in a front-to-back direction.

The front and rear doors are fully ventilated with provisions for an optional top-mounted exhaust fan. The rack has multiple cable-access ports on the top and a large cable-access hole in the bottom. The top of the rack also has mountings for 12 and 18-in. wiring ladders, with grounding studs located in both the top and bottom. Panel-mounting rails have separate provisions for vertical cable management and four fully adjustable 19-in. panelwidth mounting rails per EIA-310 requirements. The Server Racks are 83.23-in. high 24-in. wide and either 35.43 or 43.31-in. deep. Panel space is 19 78.75 in. with inside depths to 41.82 in.

Bud Industries Inc.,
4605 E. 355th St., Box 998,
Willoughby, OH 44094,
(440) 946-3200,
budind.com

Sponsored Recommendations

The entire spectrum of drive technology

June 5, 2024
Read exciting stories about all aspects of maxon drive technology in our magazine.

MONITORING RELAYS — TYPES AND APPLICATIONS

May 15, 2024
Production equipment is expensive and needs to be protected against input abnormalities such as voltage, current, frequency, and phase to stay online and in operation for the ...

Solenoid Valve Mechanics: Understanding Force Balance Equations

May 13, 2024
When evaluating a solenoid valve for a particular application, it is important to ensure that the valve can both remain in state and transition between its de-energized and fully...

Solenoid Valve Basics: What They Are, What They Do, and How They Work

May 13, 2024
A solenoid valve is an electromechanical device used to control the flow of a liquid or gas. It is comprised of two features: a solenoid and a valve. The solenoid is an electric...

Voice your opinion!

To join the conversation, and become an exclusive member of Machine Design, create an account today!