SRSR Series Rack, SRSR-X-27
23 1/4" D X 50 1/4" H
200 lb. Capacity
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Specifications
General Info
Finish: Flat Black Powder Coat
Listing Agencies/Third Party Certifications
RoHS: Yes
Greenguard: Yes
Dimensions
Usable Depth: 21.25”(2” Setback) – 23.00” (1/4” Setback)
Usable Height: 47.25
Capacity Weight (US): 200
Depth (US): 23.14
Height (US): 50.25
Width (US): 19.125
Rack Units: 27
Technical Information
Rackrail Type: 10-32
Static Load Capacity: 200
Material: Steel
Mounting: Horizontal
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
This product meets the material restrictions of Article 4 of the RoHS Directive (2011/65/EU), including Commission Delegated Directive 2015/863.
LEED Contribution: Yes
RoHS_Compliant
LEED_Contribution
EIA compliant 19" rotating slide-out equipment rack shall be Middle Atlantic Products model # SRSR-X-27. Overall dimensions of rack shall be 19.09" W x 50-1/4"H x 23-1/4" D with 27 useable rackspaces and a 200 lb. weight capacity. Rack shall pull out 23" on integrated ball bearing slides and rotate 90º for equipment servicing. Detachable rack allows for off-site integration. Front mounted tab shall be used to rotate rack and lock into position. Front mounted lever shall lock rack in extended position. When rotating rack, locking detent shall allow rack to lock in place at 0º, 60º and 90º. Rackrail shall be 11-gauge steel with tapped 10-32 holes in universal EIA spacing. Rackrail shall be finished in black e-coat with marked rackspaces. SRSR rough-in pan shall be 14-gauge steel. Finish on SRSR assembly shall be a durable flat black powder coat. Trim/locking panel shall lock SRSR in closed position and be 11-gauge aluminum with a black brushed and anodized finish. SRSR shall be GREENGUARD Indoor Air Quality Certified for Children and Schools. SRSR shall be RoHS EU Directive 2002/95/EC compliant. SRSR shall be manufactured by an ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 registered company. SRSR shall be warrantied to be free from defects in material or workmanship under normal use and conditions for a period of 3 years.