The new, improved LWBR is the king of wall-mount racks. It has a backbox with a cabinet that pivots on a 4U support base as it swings open for easy access to equipment connections. Optional front door for cabinet and base.
Step-by-step directions show you how to assemble the VARI-RACK®, a unique design in AV equipment racks.
The LWR is a two-part, wall-mount rack ideal for housing electronics in small applications. Includes plenty of provisions to attach board-mounted accessories, as well as lacing points, knockout panels for conduit and side key locks. Optional front door.
Lowell Pull & Turn Rack holds A/V equipment stored inside cabinetry or credenzas. Smooth pull-out. Rotates on turntable for easy access to equipment. Multiple sizes available.
The wall-mount tilt-out rack with controlled release is ideal for A/V installations in educational facilities. Side cable raceway and bottom area for wires and cables. Top compartment storage area with door stores accessories OR mounts device panels. Plenty of knockouts for conduit. Removable shelf can support laptop.
Lowell's pull-out rack (LPOR-series) holds electronic equipment stored inside cabinets, credenzas or closets. Similar to the pull & turn rack (LPTR-series) but without a turntable, this rack provides an economical solution for low-budget applications that require easy access to electronics housed inside cabinetry. Multiple sizes available summer 2011
The wall-mounted rack with base pivots smoothly on stainless steel ball transfers. New product enhancements include a single release mechanism, forward lock and open top for controlled thermal management (fall 2011).