rack and pinion

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rack and pinion

[′rak ən ′pin·yən]
(mechanical engineering)
A gear arrangement consisting of a toothed bar that meshes with a pinion.
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The A Series has long been popular with Network and Telecom managers because of the ability to order different heights, a choice of tapped or square hole rack rails in either 19" or 23" EIA standards and the adjustability of 26"-42" of depth.
Adjustable threaded rack rails add flexibility in mounting any size equipment, while removable side panels allow for instant access to mounted electronics.
The 78 3/4" all-steel vertical rack comes complete with vented sides, an open base for cabling, and adjustable punched rack rails with lacing bar.
Rack Rails: No Rack Rails, No Cable Management Arm, No Casters
5" x 12" x 4" case of the 12-pound SM-03 can be screw mounted to rack rails.
HerringDrives: DVD-ROMPower Supply: 2 x power supply HotSwapOther rack rails includedWarranty terms - New equipment: the length of the corresponding warranty guarantee,- Equipment used: a minimum of 6 months from the date of delivery.
Length 6 m;12 pieces of wall-mounted blinds, folding;46 piece equipment rack rails max.
EIA Standard Rack Rails with all hardware required for mounting in 19 racks Customer