19" in depth adjustable open frame rack - 12 unit - 500 ~ 700 mm

The OPR512A 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 12 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 record-breaking time.

Product features
Unit height 12 HE
Max. usable depth 19.69 ~ 27.56 "
Dimensions 520 x 558 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
24 x Cage nuts + screws
Optional KM600 - M6 Cage nuts
Max. load standing 220.46 lb
Max. load hanging 110.23 lb
Weight 19.84 lb


  • In depth adjustable
  • Stores up to 12 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


  • OPR512A/B - Black


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