Ladder Rack Enclosures

 

CABLExpress Ladder Rack EnclosuresSaving space in your data center is critical to ensuring your cabling infrastructure is scalable and prepared for future upgrades. You can’t afford to lose performance because of disorganized cabling. How much could you save with solutions that maximize the amount of physical space you have? CABLExpress Ladder Rack Enclosures are here to help.
 
Our CABLExpress® ladder rack enclosures are the industry’s first enclosures to mount directly to overhead conveyance, freeing up valuable rack space.
 
This creative design frees airflow paths and allows you to make use of every square foot of your data center.

See How Ladder Rack Enclosures Can Help Maximize Your Space

Ladder Rack Enclosures

CABLExpress Ladder Rack EnclosuresSaving Space While Delivering High Performance

  • Mount to overhead conveyance (ladder rack and basket tray) to save valuable conditioned space in the data center.
  • Easy, one person mounting saves time and money on install.
  • Multimedia enclosures can hold both copper and fiber.
  • The full-size enclosure can hold up to 192 LC duplex ports or 96 copper ports (or a combination of the two) and the mini can hold up to 96 LC duplex ports or 48 copper ports (or a combination of the two).
  • Full-size accepts 16 modules or feed-through adapter panels, mini accepts eight.
  • Constructed with lightweight aluminum with a durable powder coat finish to ensure a longer product lifespan and to look great.
  • Acrylic glass front protects and safeguards your data flow.
  • Precision, stable spring couplers optimize performance and ensure network uptime.
  • Separate channel available for flexible telescoping cable management.
  • Lifetime warranty comes standard with all CABLExpress brand products.
They’re available in standard size (up to 192 LC duplex ports or 96 copper ports) or mini (up to 96 LC duplex ports or 48 copper ports).

 

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