Ortronics unveils network, server cabinets

April 15, 2009--Ortronics/Legrand's new range of Mighty Mo network and server cabinets are designed specifically to improve airflow. The cabinets enable more efficient cooling through the use of patent pending airflow baffles that provide separation of hot and cold aisles, and redirect airflow from side-vented equipment so it matches the front-to-back airflow of servers.

April 15, 2009--Ortronics/Legrand's new range of Mighty Mo network and server cabinets are designed specifically to improve airflow. The cabinets enable more efficient cooling through the use of patent pending airflow baffles that provide separation of hot and cold aisles, and redirect airflow from side-vented equipment so it matches the front-to-back airflow of servers.

According to Ortronics, this passive cooling approach "reduces power consumption, thereby reducing costs and impact to the environment, while also mitigating the risk of equipment failure."

Mighty Mo cabinets provide for a minimum of 48 Category 6A patch cords per rack unit on a single side of the equipment. They protect patch cords, cable, and equipment ports from damage by maintaining proper bend radius requirements, reducing tension on plugs and jacks, protecting network equipment ports, and supporting large cable bundles within the cabinet. The cabinets also reposition the caster rails out of the cable pathway and manage entry and exit points from within the cabinet frame.

Featuring a fully-welded construction, cabinets are available in widths of 24" and 32" and depths of 32", 42" and 48". Heights of 80" and 89" provide 42U and 47U of equipment room. Cable, power, and thermal management accessories are also available.

On the Web: www.ortronics.com

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