Server racks are standardized frames or enclosures designed for mounting and organizing servers. Equipment designed for rack storage is described as rack-mount, or rack-mountable. The height of a server rack shelf is standardized in multiples of 1.75 inches, which is designated as one rack unit (1U). We carry a wide selection of server racks and related equipment ideal for industrial and commercial networks.
Wall Mount Racks and enclosures are a cost-effective solution for protecting your server equipment from physical damage, as well as protecting it from tampering. CyberXLink offers a variety of fixed wall mount racks and adjustable rail kits to help you protect and organize your data network.
Server cabinets are an excellent means of providing both physical and environmental protection for your network equipment. CyberXLink offers free standing server cabinets with either a vented or tempered glass door. We offer the LINIER® line of free standing server cabinets by Kendall Howard suitable for server storage, battery backups, and switching banks.
Make the most of your limited networking space with one of CyberXLink’s portable server racks or SOHO racks. Sleek and robust, our portable server racks are designed to accommodate the small home or business office where space is at a premium. These small server enclosures easily rolls under a desk or squeezes into a closet where full size network racks cannot.
Looking for a versatile swing out wall mount rack to organize your networking equipment? You’ve come to the right place, CyberXLink provides wall mount solutions to help you manage the cabling and connectivity involved in datacom networks. We have swing out wall mount racks in sizes ranging from 6U to 22U that are made in America.
The 2 post rack, or relay rack is a great network organizational option when working with compact spaces. This type of server rack is free standing, and ideal for compact spaces in wiring closets, telecom rooms, and data centers. If you’re looking to establish an organized network center in your home or office, CyberXLink has 2 post racks in 25U, 27U, 41U, 45U, and 48U configurations. 2 post racks have a small footprint, making them the preferred choice for home office applications.
For a cost effective yet heavy duty network server rack, the 4 post server rack is just the solution. The 4 post server rack is an open frame system, providing superior airflow to system components. The square tube design of our 4 post server racks make equipment easily accessible. It also offers unparalleled versatility, as it can be easily expanded and adjusted to meet your requirements.
The network wall rack provides innovative networking and cable management solutions, especially when floor space is limited. Install a network wall rack and you can keep networking cables conveniently out of the way and organized. We offer a variety of network wall racks and bracket solutions including: swing-out open frame wall mounts, swing-out brackets, V-line open frame wall mounts and brackets. Network wall rack solutions from CyberXLink will help maximize the efficiency of your system.
Power strips provide power to a variety of devices on a server rack in one organized location. Our power strips combine the features of a surge protector as well. It has a circuit breaker incorporated into it to interrupt electric current in case of a power spike or short circuit.
The server case provides a secure storage area for multiple hard drives for efficient networking. They allow an organized structure to configure hard drives on as small a footprint as possible. CyberXLink supplies rack mount server cases that fit the standardized 19” width. They meet or exceed industry compliance standards and offer excellent ventilation for hard drives
Cable management solutions help you keep your network organized, which also makes your installation safer. CyberXLink provides industrial quality cable management solutions including: D-rings, vertical cable management solutions, cable ducts, supports, and Velcro loops. These tools keep your network from becoming a fire hazard, maintains organization, all while being aesthetically pleasing.
Blank Spacing Panels offer a means to cover an unused rack space in front of a server rack. They promote circulation of airflow around the server equipment, while venting out hot exhaust from network components. By preventing the buildup of excess heat, cooling fans don’t have to work as hard, which is energy efficient
Cage nuts and rack screws are the hardware used to attach server equipment to the vertical mounting rails on your server rack. When it comes to server rack equipment, there are three types of rack screw threads: 10-32, 12-24, and M6. The first set of digits indicate the size, while the second set of digits refer to the number of threads per square inch.
When your server equipment requires mobility, CyberXLink’s caster kits make your server racks portable. Our caster wheel kits include polyurethane wheel composition, which do not leave marks on tiled or hard surfaces. When evenly distributed, our caster wheel kits support a total weight up to 800 lbs. We have caster wheels in both locking and non-locking configurations.
CyberXLink offers grounding equipment like bus bars and grounding blocks to help you protect your network. A ground bus bar is basically a strip of metal that all grounding wires are connected to serving to direct needless current away from sensitive network components. Ground bus bars are generally composed of copper, brass, or aluminum. Ground bus bars are frequently used in low voltage distribution and control equipment. It is commonly mounted directly onto the server rack to isolate excess electric current from network devices.
Maintaining organization in your server room, or networking hub can help save time and prevent frustration when tending to your network. Not all networking components are rack mountable, let CyberXLink assist you with our rack component shelves. The network component shelf allows you to organize components such as: LCD monitors, modems, DSL routers, tape players, and backup units which are not rack mountable.
Both industrial size networks and small home office networks require system cooling solutions. Adequate cooling units such as rack fans are critical for dissipating heat buildup inside server cabinets. When considering rack fans for your server cabinets, it is essential to consider cost effective options.