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Product Data Sheets (pdf)...Patch Panel Hinge Kits


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  • Action Organizer Manual
    Manual forRMT920A, RMT928A and RMT930A (Version 1)
 

Product Data Sheets (pdf)...AlertWerks IP Network Camera

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  • ServShield
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  • 4-Post Rack
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  • Rackmount Keyboard with Trackball User Manual
    User Manual for the RM418-R4 and RM419-R3 (Version 1)
 
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  • 4-Post Rack User Manual
    User Manual for the RM7000A-R3, RM7001A-R3, RM7002-R2, RM7003A-R3, RM7004A-R3, RM7005A-R3, RM7006-R2, RM7007-R2, RM7008A-R3, and RM7010 (Version 1)
 
  • Video...How to pick a cabinet.

    This video shows you how to specify the right cabinet for your application, starting with the type of equipment you want to put in it. Learn also about NEMA-rated enclosures,... more/see it nowand how to choose a cabinet based on cooling, power, and security needs. We also cover differences between types of mounting rails, as well as what you need for extra-deep equipment mounting and effective cable management. collapse


Black Box Explains...10-32, 12-24, and M6 rails.

The rails on cabinets and racks typically come with one of three mounting options: 10-32, 12-24, or M6.

The 10-32 and 12-24 options are round holes found on drilled and tapped... more/see it nowrails. You’ll find 10-32 openings on cabinets, while 12-24 holes are more commonly found on relay racks and frames. However, exceptions do exist. It’s very important to find out which type of mounting option your equipment requires before you order a cabinet or rack.

M6 holes are square, rather than round. M6 rails were developed to hold rackmount equipment, and you will find them on most server cabinets.

What makes M6 rails so popular on server cabinets? They’re adaptable. With just one cage nut, you can change a square hole into a round one. That gives you much more versatility in your equipment and mounting choices.

If you have a wide array of equipment, such as rackmount servers, hubs, routers, and patch panels, your best bet is a cabinet with M6 rails. It will accommodate the rackmount servers, and the other equipment can be mounted on those same rails using cage nuts.

If you’re unsure what type of cabinet, rack, or frame is best for your application, contact the experts at Black Box Tech Support. They’ll be glad to help you find the right enclosure for your equipment. collapse

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