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RSR-260 - 26" Chieftec Long Rackmount Rail Kit for 2U to 5U 19" Rackmount Chassis

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RSR-260 - 26" Chieftec Long Rackmount Rail Kit for 2U to 5U 19" Rackmount Chassis

Scan Code: LN28925

Manufacturer Code: RSR-260

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Product Overview

• Description: Rail set for 19" IPC racks
• Dimension (Length) : 26" (66cm)
• Special features: Allows rackmount chassis to slide in and out of a rack cabinet
• Compatible: 2U - 5U 19" IPC-Series

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Manufacturer:Chieftec

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Duration: 12 months

Type: Return to base

DOA Period: 7 days

RTB Period: 12 months

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