KH 22U Fixed Wallmount Cabinet, Glass Door (3140-3-001-22)
The Kendall Howard Liner Fixed Wall Mount Cabinets provide stability and durability for your valuable server and network equipment. The feature rich design gives you a universal enclosure, guaranteed to function for a variety of applications. Included is one set of fully adjustable cage-nut style rails, removable top and bottom cable slot panels, and numerous laser knocouts are strategically placed to provide a plethora of locations to feed CATx or fiber optic cabling into the cabinet, or to install an optional fan kit for temperature control.
To suit your particular network install, numerous door configurations are available: glass, solid, vented, and convex mesh doors
Kendall Howard LINIER Fixed Wallmount Cabinet Features:
Laser Knockouts - Strategically placed laser knockouts provide a plethora of locations to feed copper or fiber optic cabling into the cabinet, or to install an optional fan kit for temperature control.
Locking, Removable Side Panels - The side panels are both removable and lockable giving you the option to create the cabinet that best suits your needs.
Adjustable Rails - Includes two sets of adjustable, vertical rails which extend to a maximum depth of 24" for versatile mounting options.
Tempered Glass Doors - The locking tempered glass door allows installers to easily access and view their network equipment.
Cost-Effective Design - Innovative engineering and outside-of-the-box thinking paved the way for this durable, American-made, yet economical wall mount enclosure.
Solid Doors - The locking solid steel door protects the equipment from unwanted viewing or access, while preventing dust and debris from settling on the equipment.
Vented Mesh Doors - The locking perforated door promotes better air circulation within the cabinet. This vented design is especially helpful for equipment that generates a lot of heat, such as servers, UPS's, and more.
Convex Mesh Doors - The locking convex mesh doors provide a unique curb appeal for your cabinet, while remaining a cost-efficient solution for your equipment. This design also helps promote better air circulation within the cabinet, and is especially helpful when storing equipment that generates a lot of heat.