1U Horizontal Cable Finger Duct Rack

1U Horizontal Cable Finger Duct Rack

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SKU: CMDUCT1UX

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The CMDUCT1UX 1U Finger Duct Cable Management Panel mounts to a standard 19" 2 or 4-post rack to help you organize horizontal cabling, through a covered cable duct. This TAA compliant product adheres to the requirements of the US Federal Trade Agreements Act (TAA), allowing government GSA Schedule purchases.
The cable organizer features a removable top cover that makes it easy to add or remove bundled cables quickly. The duct also offers a series of fingers on either side, as well as pass-through holes at the back to help you route your cables where you need them, and reduce cable strain in the process.
Made of high-quality steel, the cable manager is a durable solution for your server room or wiring closet. For easy installation, this horizontal cable organizer comes complete with 2 sets of rack screws (M5 and M6).
Backed by a StarTech.com 2-year warranty.

Features
CertificationCE
TypeCable management panel
Rack capacity1U
Product colourBlack
Compliance industry standardsEIA RS310-D
Housing materialSteel
Weight & dimensions
Package width87 mm
Package height63 mm
Package depth573 mm
Package weight860.5 g
Width482 mm
Weight714.6 g
Height47 mm
Depth61.2 mm
Packaging data
Package width87 mm
Package height63 mm
Package depth573 mm
Package weight860.5 g
Packaging content
Screws includedYes
Number of screws4
Screw typeM5, M6
Number of cage nuts4
Cage nuts includedYes
Technical details
TypeCable management panel
Rack capacity1U
Sustainability certificatesRoHS
Colour
Product colourBlack

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