Vertical Cable Organizer with Finger Ducts - 0U - 6 ft.
Organize your cables in any rack or cabinet that’s 40U or larger, using this vertical cable management panel
Product ID: CMVER40UF
- Improve the appearance of your rack using a vertical cable manager with finger ducts
- Promote passive cooling in your rack by organizing cables to improve airflow
- Make your rack more accessible by organizing your cables for hassle-free maintenance and scalability
This 6-foot vertical cable manager (2 x 3-foot panels) gives you a simple and space-efficient way to organize the cables in your server rack. You can attach the two-panel cable manager vertically into your rack, to neatly guide cables between equipment that’s mounted at different heights.
The 0U cable manager offers versatile installation options and is compatible with most racks that are 40U or larger. The panels feature a 0U design that doesn’t take up any mounting space, and with simple tool-less installation, they’re easy to attach or reposition as necessary.
Improve the appearance and accessibility of your rack
The vertical cable manager uses a finger-duct method of cable management, which includes a cover panel that neatly conceals the cables that are running through it.
Having well organized and routed cables not only improves the appearance and accessibility of your rack, it also makes it easier for you to install, access and maintain rack components.
Configurable installation options
This versatile cable management system consists of two 3-foot panels, so you can configure each panel as needed to accommodate all of your equipment. You can install the individual panels end to end (top to bottom) so that they span the height of your rack, or on either side or the front and back of your rack to manage cables in multiple locations.
The two-piece cable manager runs vertically along the side of your rack, to neatly guide cables between equipment that’s mounted at different heights. This provides a tidy and well-organized way to run cables from devices mounted toward the bottom of your rack to other devices mounted near the top, without leaving a mess of cables hanging in between.
Hassle-free compatibility with your rack
For maximum compatibility with virtually any server rack, you can install the cable-management panels using mounting holes that are commonly found on most rack equipment. The tool-less mounting method attaches the cable management panel to the keyhole-shaped mounting holes that are built into your rack.
The horizontal mounting rail method attaches the cable management panel to the horizontal mounting rails that run along the side of your rack.
For racks that don't support these installation methods, you can also mount the cable management panels through other means, such as using the non-standardized holes found on your rack walls and enclosures, or the rack units on equipment mounting rails.
Protect your equipment
Routing your cables through a panel reduces the tension that's often put on cables. This prevents cable damage or connection loss, and reduces strain on equipment ports, preventing damage to your expensive rack-mounted devices.
Properly routing cables also improves airflow, which passively cools devices stored in your rack, helping to keep your equipment running at optimal temperatures to reduce the probability of damage caused by your rack overheating.
The CMVER40UF is backed by a StarTech.com 2-year warranty and free lifetime technical support.
- Guide cables from a server that’s mounted toward the bottom of your rack to patch panels that are mounted near the top
- Run cables in your rack to the side, in order to improve airflow
- Keep rack-mounted equipment accessible
|Frame Type||Steel and Plastic|
|Mounting Options||Front Mount (Front and Rear)|
|Enclosure Type||Steel and Plastic|
|Product Height||67.1 in [1704 mm]|
|Product Length||3.9 in [100 mm]|
|Product Weight||3.8 lb [1.7 kg]|
|Product Width||3.9 in [99.6 mm]|
|Shipping (Package) Weight||5.2 lb [2.4 kg]|
|What's in the Box|
|Included in Package||2 - vertical cable organizers|
|8 - M5 cage nuts|
|8 - M5 cage screws|
|4 - M4 nuts|
|1 - instruction manual|
Frequently Asked Questions
Before You Buy
There’s a wide variety of accessories for server racks and today the various options will be explored. Here are the accessories that will be discussed.
- Rack rails and DIN rails
- Casters and leveling feet
- Cable management
- Rack blank panels
- Power Distribution Units (PDUs)
Server rack shelves come in a variety of sizes and styles. We will be covering six different types of server rack shelves.
Server rack shelves have both a U size and depth. The U size describes the height of the shelf in rack units, and one U is equal to 1.74 inches. Shelves might also list a maximum suggested weight and some shelves are available in a vented design for greater airflow.
Fixed shelves have a fixed depth. If you use a server rack with fixed shelves, make sure your rack equipment fits within the mounting depth of the shelf you are purchasing.
Unlike fixed shelves, you can adjust the depth of adjustable shelves. The minimum and maximum mounting depths for adjustable shelves are listed on the product page, under the Technical Specifications tab.
Sliding shelves can be slid in or out of a server rack. These shelves have a lock feature that locks the shelf and prevents it from accidentally falling out or sliding back into the server rack. The minimum and maximum mounting depths for sliding shelves are listed on the product page, under the Technical Specifications tab.
Similar to sliding shelves, drawer shelves feature a sliding storage drawer that is perfect for storing tools, small hardware or other accessories.
Cantilever shelves do not attach to the server rack on all 4 corners; instead, they only attach on one side of the server rack. These shelves generally have lower weight thresholds.
Heavy duty shelves are designed to hold more weight. They are a more durable solution for storing large pieces of equipment that can’t be mounted in a server rack.
Startech.com offers both rack rails and DIN rail kits.
Rack Rails are available in several different U sizes and are often adjustable, allowing you to customize the depth of your server equipment.
DIN Rails are an industry standard for server rack equipment, and StarTech.com offers a DIN Rail kit which fits all standard 19” racks. This kit features adjustable depth and the entire kit occupies 2 U’s of rack space. As with other server rack accessories, check on the product page under the Technical Specifications tab to make sure your equipment will fit within the product’s measurements.
Casters and levelling feet are two of the commonly used methods of mounting a rack on the floor. To determine whether your rack includes casters or levelling feet, on the product page, check the Technical Specifications tab, under the heading What’s in the Box.
Cable management accessories include cable management hooks, panels, and conduits or ducts. More information will be shared on them below.
Cable management hooks are designed to hold cabling to avoid cable knotting or crimping. They are also sometimes referred to as D-Ring hooks and can be found in a variety of sizes.
Cable management ducts or conduits are used to route cables through a covered cable duct. These ducts feature a removable top cover so that you can easily add or remove cables.
A cable management panel consists of several cable management hooks and/or ducts, combining these products for an all-in-one cabling solution.
Rack blanking panels are sometimes called filler panels as they are designed to fill the openings in server racks that are not in use. This provides security as well as physical protection for the equipment in the server rack. Rack blanking panels can be vented or solid and come with or without hinges.
Power distribution units or PDU’s add additional power outlets to your server rack. They are available in U based sizes, such as 1U and some of the more advanced units include power switching, which you can use to power on and off the connected devices over an IP network.
Confirm the number of outlets and the U size you need in your server rack PDU before you make a purchase.
There are a few ways you can find information about server rack accessories on www.StarTech.com.
- To view the different families of server rack accessories, go to the StarTech.com website. Under Server Management, click Server Rack Accessories. This opens a page with each family of server rack accessories.
- On individual product pages, you can view an image gallery which includes detailed pictures of the product.
- The Technical Specifications tab includes the product's dimensions, and what comes with the product.
- The Accessories tab lists other products that are confirmed to work with the product you are viewing.
If you have questions about any StarTech.com server rack accessories, contact our technical support team for further assistance.
When you install your rack equipment, it’s important to put the heaviest equipment on the bottom of the rack, first. This provides a strong base and is especially important if you are installing a lot of equipment on a tall rack. This also prevents the server rack from becoming top heavy and falling over.
If your equipment is long, heavy, unbalanced or otherwise difficult to handle, ask someone to help you install the equipment so you don’t injure yourself or damage the equipment.
Finally, when you tighten down your screws make sure you don’t strip or damage the screws. This is especially important to be aware of when using electric tools which can generate more torque.
The patch panel will be mounted using cage nuts, so the first step is to install them.
Once installed, the cage nuts can be used to mount our patch panel.
To install your server rack equipment, fasten the mounting screws into the cage nuts. After you tighten your screws, check to make sure your rack equipment is securely installed.
If you have questions about installing equipment into a server rack, contact our technical support team for further assistance.
Compliance and Safety
- If product has an exposed circuit board, do not touch the product under power.
- If Class 1 Laser Product. Laser radiation is present when the system is open.
- Wiring terminations should not be made with the product and/or electric lines under power.
- Product installation and/or mounting should be completed by a certified professional as per the local safety and building code guidelines.
- Cables (including power and charging cables) should be placed and routed to avoid creating electric, tripping or safety hazards.
* Product appearance and specifications are subject to change without notice.