The 1U rack space has a design of Rear Exhaust and Airflow of 40 to 180 CFM. The server rack cabinet has an internal depth of 33 and a mounting depth of up to 30. Two keys are used for locking doors/sides. Rolling/Mobile data. A sturdy enclosure with Casters, leveling feet, 100 Cage nuts/screws, hook & loop tape, and 1U shelf is available. Design and gentrification. The mesh doors and side panels have a vent. 1U height intervals are marked for identification. It is compliant for server/networking equipment and supports brands like HPE ProLiant and Dell. The mounting depth is 2 to 30in. The stationary capacity is 995 lbs. 100xM6 cage nuts and screws. 10ft hook and loop tape is inc. . There are grounding lugs.
👤This rack impressed me. I can exhaust heat out of the side of the rack, which is a good thing. I have a Cyberpower 2U UPS in the front and a 2U extension battery in the back. I have a shelf for small bits in front of me, a drawer in the back, and a Super Micro 2U server above that. I had to move the rails to get things to fit. I went to snap in the rails for the server because I knew it would fit in the rack. Thankfully, I was able to loosen the cage nuts with a variety of tools, including a screw-bit and a U-Joint, but I had to dismount a lot of other things. The rack was bolted to a pallet and arrived in great shape. I have this sitting on hockey pucks in the bedroom closet because it is in the home lab. It might roll with it loaded, but it will probably fail with that much weight on it. It's not against the caster, it's the carpet and pad that will eat it, and on a tile floor it would roll just fine.
👤I have a solid rack for my home theater equipment. Black steel construction is very sturdy. You will need more than one small rack shelf. I didn't need a rack quite so deep for my application because it was quite deep. The stabilizing feet were bent at a weird angle, but I mostly plan on leaving it on the wheels. You should be aware that you will need nuts and bolts to attach shelfs and items to this rack, this makes mounting a bit more difficult. A lot of nuts, bolts, and washers, as well as some cable ties and a small shelf, are included in the package. The item was mounted to a pallet and shipped in a large carboard box, but it was easy to remove with a sockets set.
👤I have every confidence that I could fill it with the necessary supplies and it would take it. It's big and heavy. You should make a plan in advance. You'll be happy if you don't have to move it. My homelab is running very well.
👤Un salle de salle et de salle de salle, rien a redire. A la profondeur des rails pour Les serveurs, car and tentre juste. La baie est recue. Je conseille vivement.
Ups housing material: Abs, free management software, and free software enable unattended system shutdown and power management. This 2U server rack mount shelf is designed to fit virtually any 19in server rack and can accommodate an internal depth of 16in for your data, IT, networking or other non rack mount equipment. It is possible to maximize VENTILIATION. The ventilating shelf plate on the cantilever rack shelf is great for cooling your computer and equipment in your home, studio or office space. The design is made of SPCC commercial cold-rolled steel. The cabinet shelf is the perfect rack shelf solution for any environment because it is sturdy and has a total weight load of 50 lbs. This fixed rack mount shelf is 16in deep and can be used with any 19in cabinet or equipment rack, it provides additional storage space for mission critical hardware, and can even store your tools or audio / video accessories.
👤This is one of those cases where what you get is exactly what you would expect, from what you see on the web, and it's more than I had expected for $30. It comes with little thingies that you put in the square holes so that you can use the screws to anchor it, and they go in more easily than any other I've used, which was a nice plus. It feels really sturdy once all 4 screws are in. The upper part of the space below the unit is blocked by the lip on the front. The "filler bar" won't go back in because I didn't have a server below the 2 unit space I was putting this in. I think that if I had a server in the space below it, I wouldn't be able to pull it out. I'm not sure. I would have liked to have had a raised lip. Nothing sharp that would dig into wires, but something blunt that would prevent anything from rolling off, and perhaps this would eliminate the need for the lower lip in the front. I'm not sorry I have it, it's a nice piece, well made for the money, and I'm not sorry.
👤I tried these for larger cases as part of a project to put desktop systems into server cabinets. If the weight was more than a couple of inches away from the mounting tabs, the systems would sagged. I was let down by these. The thicker steel that I used did a better job of holding everything securely. If you are on a tight budget and only use lighter and shallow equipment, then these are probably a good choice. If you want to use the full depth or have more weight, I highly recommend the AC Infinity.
👤The server rack at work is an old 4-post telco rack. I'm not inclined to install a new rack unless it's absolutely necessary because it's already anchored to the floor and works. This shelf can be used for both modern server racks and the old telco racks, where you can install a front or rear facing shelf to support equipment without buying a full shelf. I didn't want to spend a lot of money on the front of the rack workstation that I wanted to have for my use. The rack and the workstations are rock solid with at least four screws in.
👤I mounted it to my wall. I used heavy duty wall anchors to anchor the other side. I could have used it as a chin-up bar after it was installed. It holds my modem and other electronics. All of the devices power cables were moved to the multi plug after the flat electrical cable was run up to it. I didn't have a lot of cables up the wall. I made a nice home for the giant gaming router that I helped organize. Would recommend.
👤Unless you are trying to be exact with spacing, the shelf is 1.5U. I was really annoyed that my standard appliances wouldn't fit because the shelf width is 17 3/8" and it installs on a standard 19" wide rack.
The dimensions are 5.8 x 2.0 x 4.7 in. A dual fan system that requires minimal noise is designed for cooling cabinets. An on-board processor provides a digital read-out of the cabinet's temperatures. The programming includes thermostat control, fan speed control, and energy saving mode. Two fan units with controller, containing aluminum frames with a brushed black finish. Each unit has a dimensions of 6.3 x 6.3 x 1.3 in.
👤The hardest part was cutting the holes. The templates for cutting are perfect. I tried every tool in the garage until I found the easiest, a rotoZIP. The fad tool from the 90's had to be used 5 times. It's more than payed for itself every time I use it. I remembered the tool after a long time. It was easy to cut the holes after that. The holes for the actual fans were cut slightly larger than the template to prevent noise. I traced the line on the template. It is easy to wire. I bought a fan system. The fans are one way and you have to disassemble one of them. I checked the air flow before I did that because it was already set up as an intake and exhaust. It works like a champ now that it's in.
👤The fans help keep the cabinet cool. I have a second set of cabinets in the works. The fan may cycle around your set temp too frequently in "Smart" mode. The fans kick on and off when the temp is between 78 and 80F, because they aren't silent and I set my controller to 80F. When the fans are on, the temp is usually high enough to keep them running, but when they're not, there's just enough heat to make the fans cycle constantly. If you're not watching TV in the living room, this is annoying. The solution is to stick with it. The fans come on at 80F and then turn off at 76F or 78F depending on how you set the interval, so they don't cycle as frequently. This is the best setting to use if you're sensitive to the noise of the fans.
👤My attempts at installation were not very good, I marred the surface around the control plate until I thought to tape off and the surrounding area to avoid such nicks. I don't think that's a problem with the product, just the installation, it's just the noise that the lowest speed fan makes, if it clicks on during a movie, it's something that can bother you if you're into the movie. Was hoping for better. The display is too bright on its dimmer setting to stay on full-time, so it mostly stays off unless I change it. I would have liked to see a dimme that was suitable for a home theatre setup. Minor complaints aside, I'm keeping the temps down where I want them, and can put big heat-producers in cabinets that made me nervous previously, so it does its job well.
👤I put this setup inside my desk cabinet so I could keep my two Synology NAS drives cool. The kit is very clean and well made. The DOA fan was replaced via Amazon without a problem. I'm really impressed with the 15 degree reduction in the cabinet's temperature. The slatted front of my cabinet allows for air to flow in. You can change the direction of the fan by flipping it around and reinstalling it. The only complaint I have about this product is that they should include an interior plate that mounts on the inside of the cabinet so that it looks just as clean as the outside.
There is a square steel. A quiet fan system is designed for cooling equipment. Protects components from overheating. There are two thermal triggering modes and four control options. Two dual-ball bearing blowers with PWM-controlled motors are included. The dimensions are 11.6 x 6.3 x 1.5 in. Exhaust: Rear, Airflow: 100 CFM, noise: 20 dBA.
👤The Aircom S6 keeps my A/V receiver cool. Denons have been my surround receiver for the last three years. I made sure they were wellventilated or had a'muffin fan', which is a thin, DC powered fan, sitting on top of them. The fan would spin more slowly if I ran it at a lower voltage. The Denon receiver I have has fans in it, but they never heard it run under normal use. I tried it with my fan off. The cabinet I have had to switch to has less clearance than ideal. muffin fans typically last about 5 years, and I was on my third one. I was about to shoot number three because it was starting to show its age with being noisier. I was surprised I wasn't familiar with the Aircom series of coolers, since I'm keep up on A/V gear. He just bought a hot amplifier and is very happy with it. I found out that another friend bought a 4k Marantz receiver as well. Both of them were happy with them. One has the S6 and the other has the higher models. They can live with it even though they wish the unit was quieter on the lowest setting. I decided I didn't need fancy cooling when selecting the right model. My choice was the S6. The S6 is an Aircom cooler that blows out the rear of the cooler and sucks in air from the bottom. This is what you want if you have limited clearance above the receiver, or if you have a more closed off cabinet, because a model that blows upward will not push the hot air out of the cabinet, just circulate it. The rear-blowing models are the best for most people. I keep my S6 on the auto/smart mode and lowest speed setting, and it keeps my receiver warm to the touch, just like I want. The higher speeds are too loud for an equipment room or a closet situation. I agree with my friends that the S6 could be quieter on the lowest setting. During the quietest passages, it is slightly audible. This has only been seen on two occasions so far. I give the Aircom S6 four stars, instead of five, because of this audibility. I would give it the full five stars if it was silent at a distance of 6 feet. I hope this product lasts a long time. I think it will last at least 5 years. I will return to a muffin fan if it doesn't work. I can't give the Aircom product five stars because of the fact that the power connection on the rear is easy to disconnected when working with other cables in the A/V system. There needs to be a way to hold the cord firm when it gets tugged. The cord was zip-tied to one of the slats on the back of the unit. AC Infinity should make a Gen. 2 of their product range that is even quieter and has a means to secure the power cord or connector. They would have a 5 star product.
The fan has a connection port that can be used to connect up to four fans. The switch of the first fan is the main switch, so please adjust all other fan speed regulators to the H position or other positions. An intelligent fan system is designed for cooling equipment. Protects rack-mount equipment from overheating. The thermostat controller has a backup memory. Premium anodized aluminum construction has a professional appearance. Size: 2U rack space, design, exhaust, airflow, noise, and bearings are dual ball.
👤I received my unit today. Installation and unboxing was easy. The fit and finish of the unit are nice. Fans run quietly, and move enough air to bring the temperature down to 15 degrees F in about 5 minutes. Air flow is back to front. That's not the issue. This is not stated in these terms anywhere. The statement that the fans exhaust hot air is the closest allusion to this configuration. Considering the location of the fans, one must consider what that means. A reverse mode would be nice, but high-flow low-noise fans like this are almost universally designed with directional blades. It isn't surprising that no feature is included. I'll have to disassemble the entire unit and re-mount the fans in order to have enough air for my application. All of the components in my system have front-to-back air flow, and the rack enclosure has an exhaust fan on the back side. It would be counter-productive to have this unit move air in the other direction. Again, the T7 is great, just make sure back to front is what you want, or be prepared to make some modifications.
👤The AC Infinity was replaced with the ProCool SP480XT-E. ProCool is barely audible in full speed and moves slightly less air than in CFM. It is in a rack, so that doesn't really matter. The noise in my home office is what matters. I donated the AC. It seems like a quality piece of equipment. This is the loudest fan noise I have in my rack. The sound is only annoying when there are other sounds going on. In a quiet room, it's not a big deal. The noise from the fan is very annoying. Replacing the noisy fans with Noctua is very difficult because of the proprietary setup of AC Infinity. Replacing the fans will void the warranty, but it's either that or chuck it out. Before surgery on the device, I'm looking for a replacement.
👤I chose this one because I didn't want the temp sensor to be on all the time or have to remember to turn it on, the space for my receiver is small, and the fan kept the unit at 80 degrees without a problem. After looking at the noise problem with this one, I decided to use the other one.
👤It was easy to install. I have a rack in an open and light controlled space so I appreciate the fact that the front screen only lights up when I touch the controls. I use the "AUTO" and "SMART" modes when I'm active. I use the SMART setting to help reduce fan noise when using my A/V gear and gaming consoles. If my sound system is turned on for movie watching, I use the AUTO setting, fans only turn on at a set temperature threshold, but can be quite loud. The controls have a little back light. I use a light built into the rack to see buttons that are not backlit. The thing works well at removing warm air from behind my equipment rack. I was in the 80's before. I can keep the temp at 72 degrees. I'm not a fan of the price but it's a lot cheaper than having my gear overheated.
Measure the amount of muffin capacity. The 4-post steel rack enclosure has both leveling feet and caster feet already installed, making it easy to move around your office, studio, or server room. The server rack cabinet has an internal depth of 33" and a height of 35.6". Two keys are used for locking doors/sides. Rolling/Mobile data. The equipment can be mounted on a 1U shelf with hook and loop tape and 75 M6 Cage nuts/screws. Design and gentrification. The mesh doors and side panels have a vent. 1U height intervals are marked for identification. It is compliant for server/networking equipment and supports brands like HPE ProLiant and Dell. The mounting depth is 2 to 30in. The stationary capacity is 995 lbs. 100xM6 cage nuts and screws. 10ft hook and loop tape is inc. . There are grounding lugs.
👤The driver helped me move the rack on to my deck after it arrived by freight. I could remove it from the pallet. I was able to put my full 48u rack in the 18u rack which made it much cleaner and I can move it around the room if I need to. I put in some fans and a controller to get some hot air out. This cabinet is very good. It won't fit my Dell R610 with the rear door attached since the server is 31 and a half inches deep. I didn't measure everything I had.
👤The shipping material arrived in perfect shape after being inspected, after being received two of these, Shipping by Amazon was fast. I found a huge hole in the back of the first one. It looks like Startech put a forklift through this unit. There was no hole in the shipping cardboard. The second unit seems to be fine. I don't have the time or energy to return it, so we will have our mechanics fix it. If you notice, pull the cardboard off and inspect before the sholders leave.
👤Other reviewers experienced a forklift hole through my cabinet. The packaging and cardboard enclosing the cabinet were in perfect condition, as the other reviewers have stated.
👤The rack is very good. What was looking for was exactly what it was. The unit was bolted to the pallet and shipping was perfect. There was no damage.
👤A customer wanted a locking cabinet on wheels. The Startech did what we needed, with ease of install and a great price point.
👤It was just as advertised, sturdy and high quality. Completely assembled, it was installing components in minutes.
👤I purchased a deep rack with mesh all around. I have a rack in a 70 sq ft closet with an air conditioner, but I wouldn't consider a glass door because of the issue of heat and air flow. I have a SAN, a 1U rack server, and 3 UPS's in this rack. Eventually it will have 5 UPS's, 3 1U server and a few slots left. The 31" depth was one concern that turned out to be valid. I can't use the cable management attachment system as it adds several more inches to my server. I would have to remove the rear door to use the cable management system. This could be a security issue for some. It's important to pay attention to the fit of your gear. There is a The rack was bolted to a wood palette and had heavy duty cardboard and reinforced corner protection. It was in good shape. The fit and finish of the rack are topnotch. It's very easy to work with smooth edges and a nice black finish. The hinges, locks, and wheel are of the highest quality. You can reverse the doors so you can open from either side, it's very versatile. There are side panels with mesh. I would have preferred a deeper rack. I was looking at the StarTech unit, but it had glass doors, so that was a problem. There is a I couldn't find anything similar to this size rack. It's a good value for what you get.
It was deliberately designed. The cup carriers are designed to fit the soda can or water bottle. If there is no liquids involved, you can use the cup holders as a larger tray for your food. The media console is ideal for storage around the TV. It's made to hold stereo equipment, center speakers, gaming consoles, DVD players and streaming devices. You can store your audio equipment in a heavy duty audio tower with 88 lbs of carrying capacity. The air is cool. It was designed with gaps for air flow. This minimalist design will ensure that your devices receive a cooling circulation of air that will keep them from overheating. The dimensions of the fridge are 24in (wide) x 15.5in (deep) x 27.75in (tall). The shelves are separated by 8 in of space for larger components and increased air flow. The cable management system is in the back panel. It will keep your cables neat. The wood shelves are built from a black lacquer.
👤The treaded rods screw into the top and bottom. The top has a treaded opening that doesn't have a solid stopper, so you have to screw it down until you find out that the rod is too short to fit into the bottom leg caps. The instructions don't mention the need to only tighten lightly as to not damage the top, like I did, and leave enough threaded Rod for the bottom plastic feet. If they stopped the rod from going through the wood top, it would be a decent unit. While the building is being finished, be careful with TIGHTEN. Disappointed!
👤The design of the shelf is based on a wire frame. The front of the store has metal poles that are securely holding the shelves, but they are made of plastic tubes with a wire frame. The only thing that is strong is the shelf that sits on top of the plastic tube for each row and the two screws on the backplane/wire management panel. Had I known, I wouldn't have bought this. One of the wires had a stripped screw head and wouldn't fit all the way into the base. The entire cabinet was made flimsy because the screw head was not securely embedded in the wood. I paid a lot of money for this product, but I think it's not worth it.
👤The media stand/shelf is very nice and neat, and it's for the price. It holds up a lot of expensive electronics, like a mixer and an Amp, and is very sturdy. The hole behind each shelf should be placed a bit lower, instead of being at the center. A nice media shelf at a reasonable price.
👤I was very happy to order this cabinet. I match well with the equipment in our house. The cabinet is sturdy enough to hold my equipment, which is pretty heavy. The shelves are very open which will keep my components cooler. I had it done in 15 minutes and there were no problems. If someone found this hard to assemble, they should consider hiring someone from now one because I haven't found anything easier to assemble than this cabinet. Since it only has a narrow strip as a back panel, there is no place to hire the wiring so it is visible from the front. If it bothered me enough, I could paint a piece of particle board black and put it back there, but I don't think I'll do it. I was very happy with the purchase.
👤It holds my audio equipment, but not my 200 cd player. I had to put that on top of my turntable. I had to add a piece of plywood below the two to make it level. There are pieces in the back of the stand that limit how far back the wood can go so it sticks in the front. If you don't care about looks, it still does a good job.
👤Sturdy and awesome. I thought it was slightly taller but would have ordered anyway. I'm not putting a TV on this one, just gaming systems next to my TV stand that doesn't have enough room. There are holes in the back of the levels. I'm going to put anchors on the back of my cable box, and there's enough room around the holes to hide cables if you're going to do this.
The design of the 1U rack space is top exhaust with 60 to 300 CFM of airflow and 12 to 38 dBA of noise. An intelligent fan system is designed for cooling equipment. Protects rack-mount equipment from overheating. The thermostat controller has a backup memory. Premium anodized aluminum construction has a professional appearance. 3U rack space, design, intake, airflow, noise, and bearings are included.
👤It's a very well made fan panel. The stock fans can put out a lot of air, but they can be a little noisy because of the dual ball bearing fans. If your server rack is in your bedroom, ball bearing fans might not be ideal. This would not be a problem if it was installed in a server room. Thankfully the fans themselves aren't soldered in place but unfortunately they aren't using the standard 3 pin or PWM fan headers that most computer fans use. I couldn't locate a premade one. I found some JST XH connections and made my own from scratch. The built in controls help keep my equipment cool. The temperature sensor is slow at reporting change. I'm happy with it. I would like to see standard fan headers in the next revision. If a fan were to fail, the ease of repair would be even better.
👤I use a fan panel to provide air flow for a few audio power amplifier and PA mixer hardware in a 19 inch rack panel. The fans are quiet and the panel has a digital display for making adjustments. The rack panel has a temperature sensor that can be placed on any surface or component, making it easy to monitor temperature using the digital display. I had gone through 2 other fan panel solutions that were too loud. The brand seems to be quiet.
👤I upgraded my little home theater/VR PC to a powerful graphics card and processor and it was running hot. If the PC case was sitting out in the open, it would get hotter than a firework, so I added more fans and vent to it. I thought it was a unique idea to put fans in the back of the cabinet. I came across the console coolers while researching something I could use as a thermostatic fan control. It was exactly what I wanted to be. When I ordered it, I assumed the fans would be low quality to maximize profit. Installation and setup was easy. The fans that come in this work great and I never replaced the stock fans. You can't hear anything in my living room. The highest setting is loud, but it has never needed to go past the 2nd speed to keep the temp in the 70s. I know I could keep the computer silent and the temperature below 90F if I didn't run it. I should mention that it has a very user-friendly control panal. You can either manually set the speed or you can set it to stay below and it will adjust its speed as necessary. I'm going to buy a second for the other side of my entertainment center because I like this thing so much. This thing gets an A+ from me. The manufacturer should make models with still larger fans. 140mm or even 200mm fans can move more air than the 120mm fans. I'm sure they know this. I'm sure they make the sizes they do because they want all of their products to fit standard 1U, 2U, 3U. There are rack units.
There is a pierced glass entertainment stand. A multi-purpose 5-tier glass cabinet can be used as audio video tower, media stand, stereo cabinet and gaming console stand. It's ideal to store cable boxes, DVD players, streaming devices, home theater receivers, gaming consoles, hifi stereo equipment, speakers and other components. Strong and courteous audio stand. The top shelf has a capacity of 88 lbs and the rest has 33 lbs. Glass shelves and columns are scratch resistant and easy to coordinate with. Audio tower has an open architecture that keeps components cool. AudioRACK DIMENSIONS: There is plenty of space for all your audio and video components on each shelf. There is a gap between the bottom shelves and the top rack for larger stereo or home theater equipment. It is easy to exaggerate. The entertainment center has step-by-step instructions for easy assembly. Adding safety to your family is accomplished by the use of Beveled edges and tempered glass. High quality products will last a lifetime because of their rigid quality control standards. HEIGHT COMBINATION: Stereo cabinet shelves have a variety of height combinations according to your component height needs, thanks to the shelf segments that are interchangeable. The stand can fit into corners. HEIGHT COMBINATION: Stereo cabinet shelves have a variety of height combinations according to your component height needs, thanks to the shelf segments that are interchangeable. The stand can fit into corners.
👤The shelves are pretty thin. Four metal rods are screwed into the top shelf. The legs are very thin and lightweight. The tube holders are made of plastic discs with a chrome finish and a hole in the center for the rod. But... It was well packed and delivered intact. 25 min start to finish and it assembled well. The glass is the heaviest part. I didn't care for the feet. I was hoping for more robust feet so that I could place spiked feet to separate the equipment. I might do a mod in the future to allow me to do that. It looks nice and is much more expensive than it was. You get what you pay for and at 125 bucks for two, that's not bad. Not bad at all! The wife is happy.
👤It was very easy to put together. I'm not sure what I was expecting, but for the price, maybe not 4 long skinny bars running in the center of a cheap metal song. It feels more sturdy once it's put together. I thought it would feel better during assembly. I would have returned it and not put expensive stereo equipment on it. The glass is nice. As anyone with these types of things in their homes knows, they need to be wiped down and dusted frequently. Dust and fingerprints. That comes with the territory. If ypu needs shelving for stereo equipment or small eggs, this is the one for you. I suggest spending a bit more money and getting something that is a little bit stronger.
👤5 tier audio shelf. It is easy to assemble. There were no broken shelves. Before you start construction, decide where you want the biggest shelf. The plastic pieces look cheap, but they are half the price of other Chinese made glass tier systems. This lives on a dirt floor. You will need to move the stand eventually. The metal caps on the ends of the feet will destroy the hardwood floors. Purchase 4 floor protectors.
👤The item had two plastic nut retainers. These items are a poor design and are used at the end of the assembly. The plastic nut retainers are supposed to hold everything together. I think they will fail in the future because of the constant tension on them and the fact that it is a safety hazard.
👤There was a bad threaded screw on the final leg. The nut wouldn't tighten. I will contact the seller to see if they will send me a replacement rod that has good threads. I can send the whole thing back, but I have to take it apart. If you get a set that doesn't have a defect, you are fine, but I didn't.
👤I got this for a stereo rack because the cabinets were expensive. It makes my components look like chrome and black glass. You can see every speck of dust, but it takes a quick wipe with a lint free cloth.
👤This was the exact size of the stereo rack I needed. You can adjust the shelf's heights. Cool look, but no need to touch glass shelves beyond assembly. One of the disks was cracked and had an extra round disk. Well packed, and arrived with no damage. It sets off the stereo system with a modern look.
The dimensions are: 17 x 6.1 x 1.3 in. The total airflow is 156 CFM and the total noise is 21 dBA. A blower system that requires minimal noise is designed for cooling cabinets. When mounting space is limited or a smaller footprint is desired, a low-profile aluminum frame is ideal. A multi-speed controller is used to set the fan's speed. The included Turbo Adapter increases performance by 25%. The dimensions are 5.8 x 2.0 x 4.7 in.
👤This fan is of the highest quality. I am very pleased with it. I bought this to help cool the PS4 that's in my entertainment cabinet. They stuck a floor fan in front of the PS4 to keep it cool. I was going to build a cabinet fan, but I saw this one for $30. I couldn't get a decent cooling system together for 30 bucks. I was skeptical about the price until I got it. Wow. It's packaged like an egg. I've seen this side of an Apple device. There is a The construction of the fan looks great. The plastic version is rectangular, but the faux brushed aluminum version is very convincing. It has more hardware than you need. Matching wood or machine screws. I used a Dremel to cut out the cutout from the clear plastic template. The instructions were in perfect English. It comes on with the PS4 because it's powered by ausb port. It has a wall wart to power it as well. You can tuck the switch away on the cord if you want, because it is placed on the cord. Being a media cabinet fan, it is whisper quiet. It is acceptable at the highest setting, but not the quietest parts of a movie. It moves a lot of hot air out of the setting where I have it. If I could, I would give it 6 stars.
👤I bought a fan to install in my tv stand. After a while, I was concerned that the heat would affect the long term on the system of my ps4 pro. I bought a thermostat and controller from the same company. I opened the box. The build quality of the fan and thermostat fan control was very good. The fan Grill is made of aluminum. It was easy to install. It comes with a template that you cut out. My fan is above my ps4 pro and rear exit exhaust. I was getting a reading of 105 in my tv stand after testing the tempature with no fan. It stays at 80 f with the fan control and fan operating. I'm going to look into the Aircom T8 as well. If you're looking for a 120mm fan, this style is for you. Buy from this company. Great product. Excellent quality. I was very impressed with the quality of the product.
👤I need a cooling fan for a custom cabinet that I built. I was concerned that cutting the hole into the cabinet would ruin the finish. I ordered the AC Airplate S2 which fit best in the cabinet design. These products are first class. The boxing reminded me of when I bought my first Apple product, which was well packaged, insulated and a custom look that made me happy. The instructions were clear and complete when opened. The template for the cut-out was clear plastic. This isn't a dotted line, cut this out of the instructions template, but a separate plastic template for the cut out hole and face template for the Airplate S2 which made it easy to mark the required cut out hole and place the face template exactly where I wanted it. First class engineering, thinking with the customer. The Airplate S2 fan and thermal switch worked perfectly after installation. 3 additional fans can be added to the system and daisy chained to the original wiring using the engineering of this product. If they are any indication of how AC Infinity designs their products, they should be recommended as well.
This fixed rack mount shelf is 16in deep and can be used with any 19in cabinet or equipment rack, it provides additional storage space for mission critical hardware, and can even store your tools or audio / video accessories. The ultimate dependability is what it is. The open frame server rack has an option of mounting depth from 20 to 40. User friendly. The 25U rack has easy-to-read markings for both rack units and depth, as well as a wide range of mounting depth adjustments that make it easy to fit your equipment. This rack is built to last and has a total product height of 48 inch and a weight capacity of 1200 pounds. HasSLE-FREE SET UP. : The base of the server rack is pre-drilled for securely fastening the rack to the floor if needed.
👤My rack was missing several large and heavy pieces. The small pieces were gone. The packaging is flawed in that it relies on the carrier never tipping it towards its side, which is the case every carrier does, even though the box has a tiny sticker on it that asks them not to. I've had boxes arrive in questionable condition, and have had heavier boxes delivered by Amazon, but this is the first box I have ever had missing or damaged items in, and it's the first time I've ever had a box with missing or damaged items. This is not a true box, at least not as it arrived at my residence, to understand how much of a failure the packaging truly is. A bunch of metal pieces that had been laid on a piece of cardboard that was rolled into a square and zip tied to keep it from falling apart were the things that arrived. The cardboard seems to be of an appropriate strength, as is the tape, zip tie, etc. The ends were partially taped over. There were large holes on both ends of my package that appeared to be designed. The rack pieces are in great shape. I have no doubt that they will serve me well once the rest of the rack arrives. I feel let down by the entire supply chain that led to this scenario. Amazon failed to adequately package the material before it left the warehouse. The package was mishandled by the carrier because they did not follow instructions to not tilt it. The packaging design created by StarTech should never have been approved. 7 year olds would design boxes that were stronger. This whole experience has been an exercise in frustration that I hope no one else has to experience, so I am rating this 1 star.
👤There's a lot to like about this rack. The reviews cover many Startech racks. Each piece was encased in bubble wrap, which made it very well packaged. The box was heavy, but everything arrived in pristine condition. I wondered how the manufacturer could charge so much for folded sheet metal after buying a lot of rack. Many are very cheap. The rack is well designed and made. It was assembled quickly with one person. The minimum dimensions are 23.62 (D) x 25.1 (H) x 26.06 (W). The mounting feet on the bottom of the rack are not included in the frame of the rack. The rack is too deep to fit in the cabinet I'm using. This wouldn't have been an issue if the feet were not removed. It would have been great if the vertical posts had cage nut holes on the sides and front. Side screws that can't be used with this rack can be used to mount some great shelving options. The product pictures were adequate for me to guess that the rack nut holes are only front/back. If it will fit in your application, this is a great rack at an excellent value.
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