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- Impact resistant safety glass window
- Easy wall mounting
- Removable sides for handling, design modification or installation of the equipment
- Ability to adjust or remove the rack mounts
- Security door plate
- Removable door and the ability to modify the opening direction
- Welded body ensuring the design rigidity
- Material: high quality steel
- Weight: 39 lbs
- External dimensions: 23.62" x 19.13" x 21.02"
Verified PurchaseI ordered this rack not quite knowing what to expect. For the money, I didn't expect well, much. I typically stick with more common brands for racks (TrippLite, AC Infinity, NavePoint, Middle Atlantic, APC... Depends on the budget) and hardly venture outside of them. Not going to lie, I was a little skeptical when I first received it. The panels felt flimsy. But again, for the money, I didn't expect much. However, once I had it assembled, I was pleasantly surprised by how sturdy it felt. The real test was going to be filling this thing to the brim with some average equipment for a rack this size and seeing how well it does.
All-in-all, I managed to stuff a TrippLite 1500VA 2U Smart UPS, 2U UNV NVR w/ 4 HDD's, a Comcast Business modem, Ubiquiti Dream Machine Pro, a 24-Port Ubiquiti PoE Switch, and a couple 1U panels in without a hiccup.
Bonus, I was even able to install this 9U by myself without a helper... It really wasn't that heavy, honestly. I found it easiest to measure from the edge where the center of the mounting hole was on one side, marked it on the wall where I wanted it, drilled my hole, threw in a toggle bolt and screw, then hung the top corner of the rack on the bolt and leveled it. From there I was able to mark the other remaining 3 toggle bolts. Took less than 10 minutes to get on the wall. Using some 1,000lb rated toggle bolts, I was able to comfortably sit on top of the rack with minimal wiggle (I'm 6'0" 160lb). In fact, it didn't even creak. I will note, for others' reference, it was mounted to 3/4" plywood.
These racks from Nelly's will be the only wall-mounted racks I use moving forward for projects that don't spec for anything specific. They're cheap, sturdy, pretty good looking, and get the job done. The only REAL complaint I might have would be the doors' locking mechanism. It felt cheap and chintzy. The key is super unique, too. It's a dimple key lock. Not sure if these can be sourced locally - and I haven't done my research as to how they work... However, I'm sure if one was REALLY concerned about it, their local hardware store would more-than-likely-without-a-doubt have something it could be replaced with.
All-in-all, it's a 9/10 for me. Thanks, Nelly's!
Photo with Branding: https://drive.nexgendigital.solutions/wl/?id=zuVTGC2oi2My5zl8sxPaqpeBRL5BgCsb
Photo with Equipment: https://drive.nexgendigital.solutions/wl/?id=0gG3gGUnI2sDvjKFB1pAUtLgxatl5ee7
Verified PurchaseWasn't expecting this rack to come flat packed/disassembled, but I'll be ordering more now that I know. Much easier to store/transport, and If you think it through you can actually build the rack in place on the wall pretty easily rather than trying to lift and hang the completed cabinet.
Verified PurchaseInstalling this is a two man job. Other than that, very happy after several purchases.
Verified PurchaseHorrible design spend the extra money for a better brand.
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