relay rack


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relay rack

[′rē‚lā ‚rak]
(design engineering)
A standardized steel rack designed to hold 19-inch (48.26-centimeter) panels of various heights, on which are mounted radio receivers, amplifiers, and other units of electronic equipment. Also known as rack.
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wide relay racks. It's prepackaged with all the controls, meters, breakers and everything so that it's really ready to go as one assembly."
relay racks and permits local access with or without a computer or PLC.
To complete server infrastructure needs, Vericom offers aluminum and corrosion resistant powder coated steel relay racks, with Vericom aluminum racks available in 42 RU and 47 RU, 2 post steel relay racks available in 42 RU and 47 RU and 4 post steel relay racks available in 42 RU and 47 RU.
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Hirose Electric has designed the HMU series of MU-type connectors for high-density applications, optical termination equipment, measuring instruments, and optical relay racks. HMU connectors use a secure push-pull locking mechanism, and Hirose's product provides the same tight insertion-loss specifications.
Its historical appearance belies that seven of the eight sides are wall-to-wall relay racks used to mount and support electronic equipment, the newest of which is an OC-3 Fujitsu Access/Transport System (FACTR) from Fujitsu Network Communications, Inc.