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The Economical Way to Partition Rooms, Secure Equipment

June 01, 2015

 

Wire Cage Enclosure - WIRE-CAGE-ENCLOSURE-RGB72.jpgChatsworth Products (CPI) recently introduced Wire Cage Enclosures so you can create a security partition and provide physical security for equipment.

Featuring an open design to allow easy airflow, CPI’s Wire Cage Enclosures are used in shared facility spaces, such as Multi-Tenant Data Centers (MTDC), colocation sites, entrance facilities and equipment rooms. The scalable, modular design allows the system to match site requirements, while the rectangular mesh design allows free circulation of air to support the existing cooling system, lighting design and fire suppression system within the secured area.

Features include:

  • Cage assembly hardware is inside the cage, so panels cannot be tampered with from the outside
  • All components ship together as a complete kit, saving valuable time
  • Also available in Glacier White finish to match F-Series TeraFrame® Gen 3, N-Series TeraFrame Gen 3 Network and GF-Series GlobalFrame® Gen 2 Cabinet Systems
  • A variety of locks are available to secure cage doors, as well as a ceiling.

Easily configure and order our Wire Cage Enclosures, by contacting CPI Technical Support, and they will work with you to create a quote. Your order will ship as a complete kit under a single part number.

For more details on CPI Wire Cage Enclosures, go here.

Raissa Carey, eContent Specialist
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