EcoNetCab Compact 18U Rackmount Server Cabinet/Rack Enclosure Unit

18U EcoNetCab 600x1000 19" Floor Standing Small Form-Factor Server, SAN & UPS Enclosure with Fitted Vented Shelf

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Scan code: LN62983 Manufacturer code: CAB-FE-18U-6100 Request call
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Product Overview Redefining quality compact ergonomics for server and networking

Looking to house your latest rack-mount Server, SAN, UPS and other networking devices in a compact, universal server enclosure?

The new LMS Data CAB-FE-18U-6100 is one of the most compact server enclosures on the market today, but still has all the features IT integrators come to expect from its larger counterparts. Full 19-inch wide, front and rear adjustable profiles with a thicker gauge designed to carry the extra weight of a fully populated server and of course, full 1000mm depth to house high--performance servers but also allow adequate airflow.

Air-flow is further enhanced with front meshed door to allow ambient air to be allowed to enter the active equipment and of course an integral roof-fan tray will extract heated air safely away from the equipment, thus increasing available uptime for your mission-critical applications.

*server product may need specific vendor mount rails
**actual loading dependent on weight distribution

More information can be found in the PDF below:
Data Sheet Features • 600x1000x980mm (inc. castors)
• ETSI 19” front/rear profiles (adjustable)
• Universal server design for all popular servers, UPS, SAN & more*
• Up to 800Kg static load bearing**
• Front mesh high venting door (lockable)
• Left/right hinged front/rear doors
• Removable side panels for easy access
• U-numbered uprights for rack-mount product alignment
• Multiple cable entry glands for exact power and cabling entry
• Fitted 4-way fan tray in raised and vented roof-space
• Fitted vented shelf
• Powder-coated RAL 9005 finish
Case Edition EcoNetCab
Case Form Factor 18U Enclosure
Motherboard Form Factor 18U Rackmount
Front/ Side/ Top Panel N/A
Drive Bays  
Expansion Slots  
Fan Bays  
Fans Included None
Front Radiator Compatibility  
Top Radiator Compatibility  
Bottom Radiator Compatibility  
Rear Radiator Compatibility  
Side Radiator Compatibility  
Window No
Power Supply Form Factor  
Max PSU Length  
Max CPU Cooler Height  
Max VGA Card Length  
Colour Black
Dimensions 600 x 980 x 1000 (WxHxD mm)

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EcoNetCab Compact 18U Rackmount Server Cabinet/Rack Enclosure Unit
EcoNetCab Compact 18U Rackmount Server Cabinet/Rack Enclosure Unit