NavePoint 9U Wall Mount Consumer Series Server Cabinet Network Enclosure Locks,W Fan

January 13, 2019 - Comment

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This 450mm depth cabinet by NavePoint is part of the Consumer Series and is suitable for applications where security and accessibility are required and floor space is at a minimum. These cabinets are designed to hold multiple pieces of Network/voice equipment comfortably. Ventilation is provided to allow active equipment to be installed, making it an ideal solution for small LANs, retail units, and remote sites. One fan is included

Product Features

  • Dimensions: 19″ H x 21.5″ W x 17.75″ D
  • 110 pound weight capacity
  • Sturdy welded frame structure
  • Rails with cage nut style bolting
  • Total Usable Space of 13.75″ front to back.

Comments

Anonymous says:

No attention to detail The bad: Multiple pieces were severely bent, had to manually fix which left paint pealing! Grills on a 45º in the front don’t actually vent. Fan is loud! No instruction made install tedious. Door does not have a tight seal when locked.The good: Locks are secure and hefty. Fan is powerful. It works.

Anonymous says:

It’s a decent cabinet, but mine was beat to hell… This was the second NavePoint cabinet I’ve ordered, and unfortunately, it will be my last.The first 9u arrived (slightly a different model), and when opening the glass door, it promptly fell out and shattered, sending glass _everywhere_. A complete disaster.So I bought this as a replacement. This version comes unassembled (the other one was pre-assembled) and multiple pieces of the cabinet were just bent to hell. Rather than sending it back and trying for a _third_ time,…

Anonymous says:

End user pays for the horrible manufacturing and quality (non) control 1) Instruction sheet is like a 10th generation 1/2 size reduction of the original. That is to say, barely legible.1a) More like a sequential parts list than an instruction sheet2) Bag of tapered end screws (“self tapping” on the parts list) was instead a bag of normal screws. This is important because:3) The screw holes weren’t even close to aligning. Try 1/2 a diameter off. I had to go to home depot and get real self tapping sheet metal screws.4) the vertical U-rails…

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