Networking Cabinets for DVR, NVR and switch storage. Accessories available include brush panels, power distribution, patch panels, shelving and more! Our Cabinets have a standardized framed enclosure for mounting multiple networking and electronic equipment modules. Each module has a front panel that is 19 inches (482.6 mm) wide. The 19 inch dimension includes the edges or ears that protrude from each side of the equipment, allowing each module to be fastened to the rack frame with provided screws and bolts.
Networking cabinets, also known as network cabinets or server racks, are specialized enclosures designed to house and organize networking and server equipment in a centralized location. They provide a secure and organized environment for storing and managing network devices, such as servers, switches, patch panels, and other networking components.
Rack Units: Network Cabinets are measured in rack units, which indicate the vertical space available for mounting equipment. Cabinets come in different heights, such as 4U, 6U, 9U, 12U, 24U, 42U, etc.
Front and Rear Rails: Cabinets feature horizontal mounting rails at the front and rear, allowing for easy installation and organization of equipment.
Cable Management: Cabinets include cable management features such as cable channels, hooks, or loops to route and organize network cables neatly. This helps maintain airflow, prevents cable tangling, and eases troubleshooting and maintenance.
Ventilation & Cooling: To prevent overheating of network equipment, cabinets often have ventilation options such as perforated doors, removable side panels, and fans.
Security: Cabinets may have lockable doors and side panels to restrict unauthorized access and protect sensitive equipment from theft or tampering.
Power Distribution: Power distribution units or PDUs provide multiple power outlets and often have surge protection and monitoring capabilities.
Acoustic Insulation: In environments where noise reduction is crucial, specialized networking cabinets may include acoustic insulation to minimize the noise generated by the equipment.
Overall, networking cabinets provide a centralized and organized infrastructure for networking equipment, ensuring efficient management, easy maintenance, and protection of critical network components.