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1U 19in Hinged Wall Mounting Bracket for Patch Panels

Wall mount a patch panel or network switch while providing hinged access to the back of the device

Product ID: WALLMOUNTH1

  • Sturdy cold rolled steel construction
  • 1U rack height
  • Hinged side panel for easy equipment access
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  • 8 kg (17 lbs) weight capacity
  • Wall mounting holes are 16” center to center for greater stability, and mounting to standard wall studs
£24.99 GBP exc VAT
£29.99 GBP inc VAT
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Technical Specifications

Warranty Information
Warranty 2 Years
Hardware
Frame Type Open Frame
Industry Standards EIA/ECA-310-E
Mounting Hole Types Square (For Cage Nut)
Mounting Rail Profile L-Shape
Rack Type 2-Post
U Height 1U
Wallmountable Yes
Performance
Weight Capacity 8 kg [17.7 lb]
Physical Characteristics
Color Black
Construction Material Steel
Enclosure Type Steel
Product Measurements
Maximum Mounting Depth 14.8 cm [5.8 in]
Product Height 4.4 cm [1.7 in]
Product Length 15.2 cm [6 in]
Product Width 50.1 cm [19.7 in]
Weight of Product 579.5 g [20.5 oz]
Packaging Information
Flat Pack (Assembly Required) No
Package Height 60 mm [2.4 in]
Package Length 51.5 cm [20.3 in]
Package Width 20 cm [7.9 in]
Shipping (Package) Weight 843 g [29.8 oz]
What's in the Box
Included in Package 1 - Wall-Mount Rack
4 - M6 Screws
4 - M6 Cage Nuts
1 - Plastic Washers
2 - Wall Screws
2 - Plastic Anchors

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1U 19in Hinged Wall Mounting Bracket for Patch Panels

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(1 star) Mounting holes are 17" apart on center - NOT 16"

By: Scuba
I bought this 1U unit from this vendor (on Amazon) and the mounting holes were NOT 16" apart on center - they were 17". At that distance the screws would only grab the very edge of each stud, resulting in a fairly precarious mount into a stud edge that could splinter. And that is if you can see the studs. If yours are covered in drywall, you might miss the stud entirely. Thus, for me to mount this bracket to the wall confidently, I would need to either: 1) Drill one or more new holes in the bracket, or 2) Mount a piece of wood on the wall, properly drilled into the studs, and then mount this bracket to that piece of wood Neither of these options is attractive to me (nor should be required), so I will most likely return the bracket. Too bad because it seems to be of decent quality and it shipped with the appropriate number of screws and nuts. But seriously, is that the level of quality control? I had planned to also buy a larger unit from this vendor, but now I will look elsewhere. How hard is it to measure 16 inches? I would have assumed they had a template. Apparently not. I have seen reviews claiming a buyer received a unit with the holes properly spaced and other reviews stating someone received a bracket with holes even farther apart than mine. Are they winging these measurements? Very disappointed.
Comment Helpful? Yes - 1 No - 1 Report
Response from StarTech.com:
Brian, Customer Support
Thanks for reaching out to us about this issue. We're very sorry for the inconvenience this has caused. Some early units had mounting holes that were wider than 16" but we have corrected the issue. They are now 16" apart. We would like to send you one of these updated units. Please contact us at 1-800-265-1844 and mention this review. Thank you.