Floor Cabinet SKD - 35U - W600mm D600mm Black



  • External height (H): 69.27"
  • External width (W): 23.62"
  • External depth (D): 23.62"
  • Black epoxy-polyester hybrid powder paint
  • Universal horizontal cable manager<
  • Horizontal power strips can be fit
  • Tempered glass door and side panel with key lock
  • Adjustable vertical rails
  • Attached grounding bolts
  • Protection grade: IP20
  • Max load: 1762b
  • Units in box: 1

Our semi-knocked down (SKD) ­floor cabinets are robust, high-quality structures, designed to accommodate any rack-mounted product such as modular network or voice switches, routers, telecommunication systems, electronic and other network devices. The unit features a tempered glass front door with key-lock for added security, and an adjustable bottom entrance for easy access, in addition to a steel frame for maximum support. It also includes 2 fans to keep equipment well ventilated. Cabinets meet international cable installation standards. Enclosures available with 25, 30, 35 or 42 rack spaces.

  • Available to accommodate EIA industry-standard 19-inch panels
  • Follows ANSI/TIA/EIA-568 C.2 manufacturing standards and meets ANSI/EIA RS-310-D. It also complies with IEC297-2; DIN41491: PART1; DIN41494: PART7; GB/T3047.2-92 standard
  • Two section structure, the main body can turn 120 degree, the turning angle of front door is above 180 degree
  • Compact welded frame design, featuring perforated top panel for ventilation
  • 19-inch standard installation provides easy access for management and maintenance
  • One layer of electrostatic coating protects it against humidity, rust, scratches, peeling, strong acid and alkaline erosion
  • For indoor use only, in environmentally controlled areas, may not be used outdoors, in industrial or harsh environments or in plenum spaces
  • Use with shelves or rails to support small modular network or voice switches routers and other network equipment
  • Channels for routing cables located on the top and bottom panels
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