Strong construction The 6U wall mounting bracket is a dependable option for equipment storage, allowing you to mount equipment on the wall for an easier and more efficient working
Designed to last Made from sturdy cold rolled steel, you can count on this mounting bracket to keep your network equipment secure. If you don't have a lot of space, this bracket is the perfect solution.
An optimized workspace This 6U 12 inch deep wall mounting bracket has a round frame, a pair of posts and a maximum mounting depth of 12 inches centimeters] and a maximum weight capacity of 44 pounds. The weight is 2 pounds [20 kilograms].
Designed for ease of installation, the 6U wall mounting bracket comes with 12 M6 screws and 12 M6 cage nuts to lend to ease of installation. By saving you the hassle of locating separate mounting hardware, the bracket ships fully assembled.
Questions & Answers
Is there a spacing for the screws to go into 16-holes on the mounting holes What is the inch on center wall stud spacing?
I did not confirm the It looks like they're about 17" apart on center, or close to that. Upon contacting Startech, they agreed, telling me that the distance from mounting hole to mounting hole is 429mm, or 16 inches. There are 8898 inches in a standard foot. While they plan to update their website, this does not address the problem at hand A minimum of 16" should be spaced between them on center, at least for mounting in the U.S.
Do you have a Dell PowerEdge 2950 server I can use with it?
The depth of most servers is pretty good. If the right parts are used, it may be possible to build a small enough server. It is even possible to get extension brackets with which to mount something like 4" farther out from the normal mounting location if the space available isn't enough. While Network racks are standard with a 19" width, they do not always have a depth, which is something you must always be aware of when purchasing a rack and what you plan to use it for. You will typically need enough room on the back for a UPS to go on the rack. For example, you may buy a UPS for the rack. With this UPS you get an 11-inch depth, and with it you get a 12 inch depth The depth of the tubing is 3-4 inches. Hey, I can bolt that on, it is just a bit smaller so it will fit. It could easily be bolted in, if that's what you want. There is only one problem, all the outlets are in the back. are you going to plug any power cables into the UPS's back? No! You can't do it! These are things you have to keep in mind.
Does the cable chafe at two rear inlets get reduced by adding a hole liner? What do I need to do to run 24 shielded cat 6a cables into the ?
This unit does not come with hole liners. For my installation, I mounted it directly to the wall and ran cables from top to bottom.
Can you tell me what you're using to support a 1U rack So far, it's working since I removed the "bar" from the top and wedged it underneath the ups. ?
If mounting a single, heavy device (such as a UPS) in our WALLMOUNT8 cabinet, please be careful. The shelf is shallow and designed for shallow racks Mount equipment (12 The switch type is in depth) like patch panels, KVM switches, It can support a maximum weight of 80 pounds. Weight 2 lbs The weight is 3 kilograms). It might be helpful to install a shelf below the cabinet to relieve I am Brian, from Visit our Support page
Selected User Reviews For StarTech.com 6U Wall Mount Network Equipment Rack - 14 Inch Deep - 19" Patch Panel Bracket for Shallow Server Equipment- 44lbs Capacity (WALLMOUNT6), Black
I like the way the finish turned out. I have a wall mounted cabinet in my office. It works very well. I like the way the finish turned out. The only complaint I had is that it came with 12 cage nuts/bolts, which I needed to buy additional ones. The following are in your possession.
| Apr 10, 2021
The rack is not too bad for its price
The rack is not too bad for its price. I had to make no modifications to my wall because the holes on mine lined up perfectly with the 16 inch studs. Only thing I did was unscrew and remove the bar on top, which got in the way when I tried to mount my rack shelf for that it is supposed to help brace the rack, but when you mount switches and power supplies in the rack, it should not flex and bend as much. For a small office or home installation, this should be a great choice.
| Oct 12, 2020
A great network rack at a great price
Originally, I bought a 4U version from the same company, but had outgrown it. I purchased the 6U version to replace it.
The model has no differences in terms of the ease of wall mounting, secure storage of the Unifi USG, Cloud Key Gen2 Rack Mount accessory with Cloud Key, Unifi 24 port non POE switch, and 24 port patch panel. I feel like the rack is solid and doesn't move from side to side. Having a network rack this size is a great value for the money. It is priced very reasonably and is well worth the money for the.
| May 04, 2021
This rack unit is great for users who are new to rack effects
The rack unit I purchased was for my personal music/recording studio, which I have been doing a lot of equipment upgrades. As of now, I have an Avid Eleven Rack and a BBE 362 Sonic Maximizer attached to my rack Effects mounted on the mount. I can say with confidence that this unit is something special, as it is sturdy and powerful This is the UMC204HD from Phoria). A perfectly sized shelf was bare on top, so I placed my HD monitor on it. The top is open, but I've found a perfectly sized spare shelf. All the stabilizer bars come already assembled and the rack unit is ready to use after assembly. It came packaged in rather large cardboard box, which contained the rack unit, which is a one-slat A 40-page instruction manual is packaged in a plastic sleeve, and all the accessories are bubble-wrapped and sealed Presented in a bag with a zip The unit itself is tied to the battery. In other words, it had everything I needed - plenty of room to manage cords and have air flow at the back. The deck screws, clip nuts, and washers included in the kit are sufficient for installing three or four racks Effects mounted on the mount. While it would be nice if they had also included enough extra rack space to fit the rest of the shelf space (6 in all) it isn't an issue. This is a deal breaker, and removing a star rating would be a waste of time. If you're looking for a career in racket sports, here are some tips You should try this bad boy out if you want to see how it handles. This is a decision you won't regret.
| Jan 03, 2021
Replace the hardware as soon as possible
My favorite part of this rack is just about everything about it. It's a perfect size, doesn't feel too big, or too small, looks great, feels sturdy. The plan is to use this for a home network with LAN drops in each For my purposes, I found an open design to be useful. It was the mounting itself that caused me the most problems. In the first place, I have confirmed that it does indeed come with M5 cage nuts and bolts (not M6 as described). It was a little awkward mounting this to some open studs by myself, but the wood screws that came with the rack had heads that fitted exactly into the holes on the back. As a result, you cannot screw in the wood screws, slide the rack over them, and then screw in the rack. You'd be required to have someone else hold the fixture in place while it is screwed Having managed to strip 3 out of 6, I went to a hardware store and bought 1 of each #10 and #10. Those original screws need to be replaced with 1/2" screws. I found them to be perfect. In addition to allowing me to slide the rack right over the top of them, pilot holes took all but 10 minutes to drill. Once the artwork was mounted, it looks great and is The pros include It's cheap, value for money, looks great, is well made, is compact, relatively light, and is built to last. The disadvantages are Those awful wood screws and M5 cage nuts that should have been M6 (both should have been M6) were the hardware.
| Feb 02, 2021
This StarTech 8U wall mount lets you mount up to eight computers
I'm really happy with how this patch panel is working so far. Looks are pretty good in this case. Besides looking good, the paint quality also looks like it will be easy to maintain and free of chips. It was really easy to install. There are stud templates included in the instructions, so lining up the drill template with the wall studs made me confident that the patch panel would not fall off. That 8U panel was a great purchase and I'm absolutely thrilled with it. This was not a huge amount of money, but it allowed me to put my equipment farther from the walls. There is something I wish the panel had, though it does not seem to have been included. It may be possible to mount long cords and such to hide them. The panel was combined with an 1U vented shelf from StarTech. In terms of appearance and functionality, I am pleased with the outcome. My team and I constructed a 2U shelf of the correct depth with StarTech. For the panel to fit in their existing 2U shelf, it must be a lot deeper. The overall panel is excellent, as I am very pleased with it. The next time I purchase, I will definitely do so.
| Feb 06, 2021