Siemon wall mount cabinet protects equipment from hazardous situations

Siemon has introduced a new Wall Mount Cabinet that it says can help network installers achieve two goals: save floor space and provide a way to protect equipment from dust and tampering. As an EIA/ECA-310-compliant NEMA Type 1 enclosure, the Wall Mount Cabinet features integrated and adjustable vertical cable management for properly routing patch cords and cables and an adjustable mounting rail system to support any standard 19-inch rack mountable equipment. Additionally, the Wall Mount Cabinet can be used for zone cabling in intelligent building applications, passive optical networks or any other applications where expensive full-size cabinets are not required.

Compliant with UL 60950 safety standards, the Siemon Wall Mount Cabinet has a load capacity of up to 200 lbs. Available in 12U, 18U and 24U sizes and in 24-inch and 30-inch depths, the Wall Mount Cabinet comes with either a plexiglass, solid or vented front door that features a standard locking swivel handle which is easily retrofitted with access control or biometric handles for authentication in high security applications. The Wall Mount Cabinet is compatible with Siemon's existing fan kits, rack-mount PDUs, shelves and other accessories, and it can be purchased preloaded with Siemon components as a V-Built custom preconfigured cabinet. Release

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