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What is the next step after deciding what type and size of rack you need? Well, there are some basic configuration options you have to consider. Of course, every option is not suitable for every rack. The rack type with the most options is floor-standing enclosures.
Mostly floor-standing rack enclosures come with front and rear doors. Their design is made to provide front-to-rear airflow. However, you can also configure them without doors. In most cases, we split the rear doors. The advantage is they reduce the clearance that we need to completely open them. It is also possible to split the front door, but it is not so common practice.
You can easily configure floor-standing rack enclosures, both with and without rack enclosures. Servicing the rack enclosure is also easy peasy since modular side panels are split into two pieces on each side. One of the greatest edges is the side panels. They improve the cooling efficiency. They do not let the hot air recirculate via the sides of the rack. Instead, they beautifully maintain direct front-to-rear airflow.
Mostly, floor-standing rack enclosures have come with a removable roof panel that has a number of cable access ports. In many cases, the roof also has attachment points for external cable managers. That includes cable ladders and cable troughs.
Casters and wheels are also one of the most important parts. They are connected at the bottom of the rack. These floor-standing enclosures come with casters that let you roll the cabinet over a shorter distance during the installation procedure. The role of sturdy feet called levelers starts when the cabinet is in its place. They support the weight of the cabinet and equipment in place of the casters.
Levelers also let you adjust and level the rack on uneven surfaces. Depending on your needs, you can also equip the racks with larger and heavier casters that support even more weight and allow more mobility. Casters usually do not come with wall-mount cabinets and four-post racks. But if you want, you can add them. The casters easily adapt wall-mount racks to floor-standing and “roll-away” applications under desks, tables, or counters.
There are keyed locks with rack enclosure doors and side panels. If needed, you can easily replace them with optional combinational locks. You need locking doors and side panels for some security standards, for example, the data security standard of the industry known as PCI DSS.
The hinged wall bracket is also part of some wall-mount rack cabinets. The benefit is that convenient access to the equipment's rear panels and cabling since you can open the cabinet from the back. It needs more clearance than the same model without the bracket. So carefully decide if your preference is increased access or reduced depth.
Two-post racks typically include round/threaded mounting holes. Four-post racks and enclosures typically include square holes, but some have round/threaded holes. Some vertical mounting rails include both types of holes on alternate sides.
While most enclosures are black, white enclosures are much more famous these days. Their lightning requirements are lesser, they provide more visibility, and they also reduce the energy costs in larger installations.
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The Dell OptiPlex 7010 USFF PC delivers right-sized performance, security, and manageability. To maximize productivity, this PC features high-speed memory options, efficient power supply, and long-term stability. For those who want to minimize energy consumption, this PC is ideal for any office environment.
Wall Mount: Wall Mount for Dell OptiPlex 780 USFF
4 Post Racks: 19” width, 20”-30” mounting depth
4 Post Sliding Shelf: Light Duty Server Rack Shelf 24″
Length (depth): 9.4” (239 mm)
Width: 2.6” (66 mm)
Height: 9.3” (236.22 mm)
Weight: 3.3 kg (7.26 lbs)
U height: 1U horizontally, 5U vertically
Rack width: 3”
Mountable depth: 9”
RAM: Up to 4 DIMM slots (2 for USFF); Non-ECC dual-channel 1600MHz DDR3 SDRAM, up to 16GB
Storage: 3.5” Hard Drives: up to 1TB 7200 RPM SATA; 2.5” Hard Drives: up to 500GB 7200 RPM SATA; 500GB Hybrid; 320GB 7200 RPM Opal SED, 128GB Solid State Drive; Supports Dell’s Flexible Computing Solution diskless option
CPU options: Intel 3rd generation Core i7/i5 Quad Core, i3 Dual Core (Post launch) and Pentium Dual Core (Post launch); Intel 2nd generation Core i3 Dual Core, Pentium Dual Core and Celeron Dual/Single Core; Intel vPro Technology available on select processors
Power: 200W up to 90% Efficient PSU (80 PLUS Gold); ENERGY STAR 5.2 compliant, Active PFC
Remote management: Intel vPro Technology (iAMT 8.0) ) including Dell unique vPro extensions; Intel Standard Manageability; No Out of Band Systems Management
The Dell OptiPlex 7010 USFF chassis is 5 rack units in height, has a depth of 9 inches and will fit in standard EIA 19 inch racks.
Wall mounts allow for the most efficient use of space when mounting desktop PCs. RackSolutions specifically designed a wall mount to fit the shoulder screws of the OptiPlex 7010 USFF.
Our sliding rack shelf allows you to mount the Dell OptiPlex 7010 USFF PCs on a single PC shelf. Plus, it’s easy to slide your desktop PC in and out of them for maintenance.
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