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VMP To Show Updated Vertical Wall Cabinets at ISC West 2024

The ERVWC Series now includes both 2U and 5U configurations.

Video Mount Products will feature its updated low-profile ERVWC Series vertical wall cabinets during ISC West 2024, held in Las Vegas, Nev., from April 10-12 at the Venetian Expo and Convention Center, booth #1046. The popular line now includes two 2U versions — the ERVWC-2U36 and ERVWC-2U20.

Video Mount Products ERVWC Series vertical wall cabinets

Designed to position nearly anywhere floor space is limited, the “Switch Depth” (p/n ERVWC-5U20) has an MSRP of $619, and the “Server Depth” (p/n ERVWC-5U36) has an MSRP of $859. The ERVWC-2U36 has an MSRP of $749 and ERVWC-2U20 has an MSRP of $529.

“Our customers love these new wall cabinets since they are the ideal solutions to work in very tight and cramped conditions,” says Keith Fulmer, president of Video Mount Products. “Now available in both 2U and 5U configurations in both switch depth and server depth, our new low-profile enclosures are designed to securely mount EIA standard rack mount equipment and are made of pre-assembled heavy-duty steel. These ready-to-mount enclosures feature locks on the front door and mounting rails are reversible and feature threaded screw hole options for both 12-24 and 6mm mounting preferences, making them ideal to position anywhere floor space is limited. “

The ERVWC-2U20, ERVWC-5U20, ERVWC-2U36, and ERVWC-5U36 all have sturdy 150-pound weight capacities.

“These four enclosures have been designed to securely mount EIA standard rack equipment in an out of the way place such as a back office, closet, retail location, or anywhere that has limited floor space and needs a clean and organized way to secure equipment in a location that is accessible by many,” says Fulmer. “They have a low profile due to their vertical mounting configuration and feature cable management punch outs, ventilation, and a dedicated location for mounting of a patch panel in addition to the available rack units.”

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