Warranty: Three year.
Long product name IBM S2 42U Standard Rack rack :
S2 42U Standard Rack
The short editorial description of IBM S2 42U Standard Rack rack
S2 42U Standard Rack
IBM S2 42U Standard Rack rack
The official marketing text of IBM S2 42U Standard Rack rack as supplied by the manufacturerThis 42U, industry-standard 19" rack cabinet supports rack-mountable IBM eServer xSeries servers and options. Perforated front and rear doors provide improved air flow allowing for a fan-free rack environment. In addition to the EIA space, six sidewall compartments support installation of 1U power distribution units (PDUs) and switches without unnecessarily taking up valuable rack space. Front and rear rack doors and side panels all include locks, helping keep your servers secure. Front door hinge design allows door swing from either direction, providing flexible placement options. Side panels are not included with this version of the rack in place of side panels this rack includes a baying or attachment kit used to build rack suites. This 42U rack conforms to the industry-standard, EIA-310-D for 19" type A rack cabinets.
Features and Benefits:
- Perforated steel doors optimize cooling for high-density installations?supports full density of all xSeries servers
- Rack is less than 2 meters in height allowing the rack to fit under most doorways
- Split rear doors for easy service and access
- Cables can enter and exit the rack from the bottom or the top
- Includes baying kit
- Ships with three-year, onsite service, limited warranty.
Short summary description IBM S2 42U Standard Rack rack:
This short summary of the IBM S2 42U Standard Rack rack data-sheet is auto-generated and uses the product title and the first six key specs.IBM S2 42U Standard Rack, 93.9 kg, 600 x 1001 x 1999 mm, 42U
Long summary description IBM S2 42U Standard Rack rack :
IBM S2 42U Standard Rack. Weight: 93.9 kg. Dimensions (WxDxH): 600 x 1001 x 1999 mm, Rack mounting: 42U
This is an auto-generated long summary of IBM S2 42U Standard Rack rack based on the first three specs of the first five spec groups.