StarTech.com 1U Brush Strip Horizontal Server Rack Cable Management Panel

StarTech.com 1U Brush Strip Horizontal Server Rack Cable Management Panel

£48.39 inc VAT
£40.33 exc VAT

StarTech.com 1U Brush Strip Horizontal Server Rack Cable Management Panel More Info

SKU: CMBRUSH1U

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The CMBRUSH1U Brush Strip Cable Management Panel mounts to a standard 19" 2 or 4-post rack to organize cables while keeping dust and dirt out of the rack. This TAA compliant product adheres to the requirements of the US Federal Trade Agreements Act (TAA), allowing government GSA Schedule purchases. Constructed of high-quality steel with high-density nylon bristles, the 1U brush plate creates a clean looking point of entry and offers cable separation for simple cable organization. The brush panel also promotes proper airflow through the rack by closing off open spaces between equipment. For easy installation, this cable organizer comes complete with 2 sets of rack screws (10/32 and 12/24). Backed by a StarTech.com 2-year warranty. The StarTech.com Advantage - Separate and organize cables through a dense nylon brush strip - Improve the efficiency of your cooling system by covering unused rack space - Reduce dust accumulation near valuable server equipment with nylon bristles that surround your cables

Features
CertificationCE, TAA, REACH
TypeCable management panel
Rack capacity1U
Product colourBlack
Compliance industry standardsEIA RS310-D
Housing materialSteel
Weight & dimensions
Package width51 mm
Package height28 mm
Package depth489 mm
Package weight506.4 g
Material thickness1.2 mm
Width485 mm
Weight421.2 g
Height44 mm
Depth20.2 mm
Packaging data
Package width51 mm
Package height28 mm
Package depth489 mm
Package weight506.4 g
Packaging content
Screws includedYes
Number of screws8
Technical details
TypeCable management panel
Rack capacity1U
Sustainability certificatesRoHS
Colour
Product colourBlack

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