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New DistributionFrame from CPI

DistributionFrame intended as compact, multi-featured network cabinet

New DistributionFrame from CPI
The DistributionFrame has been designed as a small footprint cabinet.

Chatsworth Products (CPI) has released a new DistributionFrame Cabinet System which has been designed as a compact cabinet for all types of network equipment.

The DistributionFrame is a secure, compact Intermediate Distribution Frame (IDF) cabinet designed with a small footprint to conserve floor space, as well as a frame that supports up to 1,100 lb (500kg) of equipment. It is available in two heights, two widths and three depths, and offers a choice of a full-height, tempered glass door with a vented perimeter or perforated metal door.

The IDF supports any mix of patch panels, fibre enclosures and switch equipment. Properly managing equipment cabling is critical to long-term cable performance. The cabinet's top panel has four grommet-protected cable access ports to protect cables from cuts or abrasions and for easy cable entry. Additionally, accessories are available to ensure all cables, including Cat 6A, are neatly organized and secured for optimum network performance.

The cabinet also features adjustable depth mounting rails to provide front and rear support for 19" EIA rack-mount equipment; choice of front and rear perforated metal doors for active equipment; locking doors and side panels which can be easily removed to service equipment and integrated grounding and bonding to simplify installation.

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