Rack Mount Fiber Panel
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144 Port Rack Mount (4RU) w/12×12 SC Duplex Adapter Plates, w/6×24 Fiber Splice Trays, 3 Meter Pigtails$0.00
144 Port Rack Mount (6RU) w/12×12 SC Duplex Adapter Plates, w/6×24 Fiber Splice Trays, 3 Meter Pigtails$0.00
48 Port Rack Mount (2RU) w/4×12 SC Duplex Adapter Plates, w/2X24 Fiber Splice Trays, 3 Meter Pigtails$0.00
72 Port Rack Mount (2RU) w/6×12 SC Duplex Adapter Plates w/3×24 Fiber Splice Trays, 3 Meter Pigtails$0.00
72 Port Rack Mount (3RU) w/6×12 SC Duplex Adapter Plates w/3×24 Fiber Splice Trays, 3 Meter Pigtails$0.00
A rack mount fiber patch panel can help streamline server operations and declutter your datacenter by offering a quick and easy solution to cabling issues. Why choose a rack mount patch panel over a wall mount? What are the differences, and how do you select the best-fit for your organization? Here’s what you need to know.
The Rack Mount Fiber Enclosure
A fiber optic patch panel rack mount is designed to conveniently slot into standard relay racks, providing a designated terminus for interrelated cabling deployments. For example, you might want all cables from a specific server to terminate at the same rack for ease-of-use, maintenance, and eventual expansion.
A fiber tray rack mount lets you easily access all patch cord ports with simple, flip-down panels or pull-out drawers. Combined with built-in cabling routing solutions, IT teams can both reduce fiber optic cable strain and ensure rack mount solutions stay neat and tidy.
Put simply, fiber rack mount systems give you the organizational and operational help you need where you need it most.
Fiber Rack Mount vs. Wall Mount Solutions
When it comes to arranging fiber optic patch cords, there are two broad solution types: wall mount and rack mount. While a rack mount fiber patch installs directly into existing server room racks, wall mount panels must be attached to an available wall.
Wall mounts offer the ability to select the ideal cable termination location — near power sources or network access points — but they require more planning and manpower to install. A rack mount patch panel, meanwhile, is designed for quick deployment on existing racks, allowing you to place multiple mounts where they’ll do the most good.
Why Choose a Rack Mount Fiber Patch Panel
Rack mount fiber patch panels aren’t just simple to install, they’re also scalable to meet datacenter needs. For example, Amerifiber’s fiber optic patch panel rack mount options range from a 1RU rack mount all the way up to 24RU rack mount, holding as little as 6ports or as many as 1,728ports. All rack mount fiber panels are custom built to the customer’s specifications with several different configurations, layouts and accessories available in SC, SCAPC, FC, ST, or LC type connections using either tight-buffer or ribbon fiber cables and splice trays.
Easy set up combined with versatile deployment makes a rack mount fiber enclosure the ideal solution for many datacenter applications — simply install the rack where it’s most beneficial, reroute key fiber optic connections, and reduce your cable clutter.
The Amerifiber Advantage
At Amerifiber, our fiber optic panel rack mount solutions are designed to withstand the rigors of datacenter operations and provide long-term reliability, durability, and usability. With more than three decades delivering fiber optic solutions to customers — from patch cords to multi strand pigtails to adapter plates and relay racks — we’ve earned a reputation for quality, speed, and excellent customer service.
Improve your fiber optic organization and agility with rack mount fiber optic patch panels from Amerifiber. Contact us today.