CUBE-iT PLUS®: CPI’s Feature-Rich Answer to Little Floor Space | Chatsworth Products
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CUBE-iT PLUS®: CPI’s Feature-Rich Answer to Little Floor Space

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When there’s not enough floor space in your telecommunications room to store equipment properly, look around. 

The answer is on your wall.

Placing distribution equipment on the wall saves precious floor space, while giving you easy access to cables and equipment. 

Chatsworth Products (CPI) offers different styles of wall-mount racks and cabinets, including the CUBE-iT PLUS® Wall-Mount Cabinet, which allows equipment to attach to vertical mounting rails inside the cabinet body, while also providing exceptional strength and rigidity. The picture shows a CUBE-iT PLUS in one of our conference rooms in Georgetown, Texas.

The cabinet can be attached to the wall to swing open from the right or left. The open and close motion is smooth, and the hasp used to secure the cabinet body to the rear panel assists in drawing the body components together during the locking action. The door may be attached to open from the right or left. 

Also available in floor-supported design, the CUBE-iT PLUS truly addresses equipment storage and safety in the same feature-rich solution. 

Find out more on CPI’s CUBE-iT Plus here. You can also watch a quick product overview here.

Raissa Carey, eContent Specialist

Posted by Raissa Carey, eContent Specialist at 01/31/2014 02:06:01 PM

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