This cabinet is a standardized frame or enclosure for mounting multiple equipment modules. Each module has a front panel that is 19 inches (482.6 mm) wide, including edges or ears that protrude on each side which allow the module to be fastened to the rack frame with screws. Front Glass Door, Openable side doors, Fan Tray, Cage Nuts Rear Lockable Doors and Casters and Shoes. Available form 12U to 47U with depth of 600, 800 and 1000 mm. Optional width of 600 or 800mm.
A 22U 600mm x 800mm floor-standing rack cabinet refers to a specific type of equipment used to house and organize network and server components in a professional IT environment. Here’s a breakdown of what each term represents:
22U: The “U” stands for “rack unit,” which is a standard unit of measurement for the height of rack-mounted equipment. One U is equivalent to 1.75 inches (44.45mm). Therefore, a 22U rack cabinet is approximately 38.5 inches (978mm) in height (22 x 1.75).
600mm x 800mm: This refers to the width and depth dimensions of the cabinet. The width is 600mm (millimeters), and the depth is 800mm. These measurements indicate the available space inside the cabinet for installing and organizing equipment.
Floor-Standing: This rack cabinet is designed to be placed on the floor rather than mounted on a wall or placed on a desktop. It typically has a stable and sturdy construction with adjustable leveling feet or casters for easy mobility.
Rack Cabinet: Also known as a server rack or data cabinet, a rack cabinet is an enclosure designed to securely store and organize network equipment, such as servers, switches, patch panels, and other networking devices. It typically features front and rear mounting rails to support the installation of equipment.
22U 600mm x 800mm floor-standing rack cabinet is a cabinet that provides 22 units of rack space for installing network equipment. It has a width of 600mm, depth of 800mm, and is designed to be placed on the floor. The cabinet allows for the secure and organized storage of network and server components.