19" in depth adjustable open frame rack - 9 unit - 500 ~ 700 mm

The OPR509A is an in depth adjustable professional and solid constructed open-frame rack for 19” equipment compliant to ANSI/EIA RS-310D, DIN41491 and IEC60297 standards which is suitable for wall-mounted or floor-standing installation. It ensures maximum installation, connectivity and maintenance ease storing up to 9 units of 19” equipment.

The open frame rack has an adjustable depth of 500 to 700 mm for easy installation and fitment in existing furniture. The rugged construction made of 2 mm thick steel allows pre-loading of the equipment before transportation to the installation site. Finishing is done in a black (RAL9004) powder coating with fine structure while punched equipment mounting profiles on front and both sides offer a multifunctional use of the cabinet. Delivered in a flat-down package, the simple structure allows assembly by a single person in a record-breaking time.

Product features
Unit height 9 HE
Max. usable depth 19.69 ~ 27.56 "
Dimensions 520 x 425 x 500~700 mm (W x H x D) (excl. rubber feet)
Colours Black (RAL9004)
Accessories Included 4 x Levelling feet
4 x M8 expanding wall bolt
20 x Cage nuts + screws
Optional KM600 - M6 Cage nuts
Max. load standing 220.46 lb
Max. load hanging 55.12 lb
Weight 18.74 lb


  • In depth adjustable
  • Stores up to 9 units of 19” Equipment
  • Punched square holes for use with snap-in cage nuts
  • 2 mm thick cold rolled steel frame
  • Easy assembly in 10 minutes
  • Floor standing & wall mounted use
  • Unrestricted air flow due to open-frame design
  • Stand alone & in-furniture integration
  • Ships as flat-down package


  • OPR509A/B - Black


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