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CPI’s Quality Wall-Mount Systems Offer Airflow, Easy Access

September 04, 2014

 Wall-Mount Open SystemsYou need to setup equipment network in a small space. You also need easy access to cables and equipment. Quality and cost effectiveness are a no-brainer, too.

Chatsworth Products (CPI) provides solutions to meet these requirements.

Whether you’re in a small IT or telecom room, a small office or server room, CPI offers several Wall-Mount Open Systems to suit your needs. 

EasySwing™ Wall-Mount Rack

The EasySwing Wall-Mount Rack is available in three heights and four depths to support 85 lb (38.6 kg) of 19" EIA rack-mount equipment. It opens 180° to the right or left, with a locking latch pin to secure the gate in a closed position. It features 19" EIA threaded equipment mounting rails. Cable management straps are included.

Fixed Wall-Mount Equipment Rack

The Fixed Wall-Mount Rack is available in three heights and three depths to support 200 lb (90.7 kg) of 19" EIA rack-mount equipment. Double-sided mounting channels support single- or double-sided shelves. UL Listed.

Heavy-Duty Wall-Mount Equipment Rack

CPI’s strongest wall-mount rack, the Heavy-Duty Wall-Mount Equipment Rack, holds up to 350 pounds. It is available in two heights and two depths and supports 19" EIA rack-mount equipment. The  rack’s 24-inch depth allows larger equipment to be mounted on the wall. 

For more information or to view all of CPI’s Wall-Mount Open Systems, go here

Raissa Carey, eContent Specialist

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