[AG-TECH] Mobile rack or cabinet for hardware
bowman at mvoice.com
Tue Dec 16 13:35:59 CST 2003
We spec the Middle Atlantic PTRK-14 or -21 rack. It is robust, comes
with rubber wheeled casters, side handles and removable, locking front
and rear doors. They also have free planning software available for
download. (Requires MS Visio.)
Mediavoice Communications Inc.
Randy Groves wrote:
> If you have the capital, I would recommend the inSors cube. Very
> nicely done engineering job. I am dealing with a couple of issues
> with using the Winnov Videum four-port card, since I am not using the
> inSors software, but instead the Argonne suite. It looks like the
> solution may be within reach, but I've not had the minutes to string
> together the past few weeks.
> At 04:29 PM 12/15/2003, Adrian Wells wrote:
>> Hello all! I am in the process of planning a fairly small (18 ft x
>> 22 ft) Access Grid node/room. During this planning stage, I came
>> across a couple images of a "portable" Access Grid configuration:
>> I like the use of the cabinet displayed on that web page. It would
>> nice to tuck everything (PC, echo canceler, amplifier, power
>> conditioner, etc) away into a mobile rack/cabinet. Does anyone know
>> which manufactures make mobile racks or cabinets
>> like those pictured in the above URL? Any experiences with them
>> and/or recommendations about such containers?
>> One possible issue - I'm hoping to a put a PC with the dimensions
>> (WxHxD) of 8.89" x 19.87" x 19.8" in cabinet that contains 19"
>> (preferably lying the PC on its side rather than the standard tower
>> orientation). (For the curious - the listed
>> dimensions are for a Dell Precision 650 workstation according to
>> Dell's site).
>> Thank you,
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