[time-nuts] Z38xx rack mounts
kyrrin at bluefeathertech.com
Wed Oct 22 16:57:05 EDT 2014
Something I've done for several projects is to seek help from these
A custom panel I did so I could rack-mount my Comcrap cable modem
(along with the rest of the network gear) ran about $75 or so.
What I would suggest doing with the Z38xx series is to simply do a rack
panel with an appropriate size cutout, then place holes for the mounting
screws and just bolt everything together.
Keep the peace(es).
On 22-Oct-14 13:44, Dave M wrote:
> I have a couple questions regarding the Z38xx type units. I have a
> and a couple other modules that don't need a full 19" rack space.
> The Z38xx
> units are 11" wide (10-9/16" mounting centers) , and obviously are not
> suitable for a standard 19" rack cabinet.
> Looking in the Z3801A manual, I see that the rack trays that these
> units are
> mounted in are 28.5" wide, with a dual mounting shelf so that two GPS
> can be mounted side-by-side. Were the racks for these units custom
> built by
> Motorola and/or Symmetricom? Where in the civilized world might these
> cabinets and mounting shelves be found and purchased (preferably
> I've searched Google until my eyes are crossed, but nothing shows up.
> I'm not using the right search terms? Don't know.
> I guess I could destroy an old rack cabinet and fabricate something that
> would fit the equipment, but I'd prefer to buy one (assuming that it
> approximate the cost of a new SUV).
> Dave M
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