Freenet Superior network cabinet

Monday, 22 April, 2024 | Supplied by: R&M

R&M has expanded its Freenet cabinet system with the Freenet Superior line, a heavy-duty version for data centres.

Freenet network cabinets are based on a uniform frame construction in accordance with the 19″ scheme. The base frame can be upgraded with cross rails to the Superior version with a load capacity of 1500 kg — this means the cabinets are suitable for installing a larger number of heavy devices.

The modular system makes it possible to flexibly plan infrastructures in computer rooms and adapt them to new requirements. Areas of application are company, edge, modular and colocation data centres.

Features include electronically controlled and mechanically operated door systems for containments, and roof elements for corridors that are available with a lowering mechanism, which reacts automatically in the event of a fire. Air guide plates for the individual cabinets can be used to separate cooling air and waste heat.

Available in widths of 600 and 800 mm and depths of 800, 1000 and 1200 mm, the Freenet cabinet racks are suitable for high cabling density. With a height of 2.27 cm, 48 height units can fit inside.

Online: R&M
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