Rack handle for rack-mount products
The Piton Rack Handle by Piton Engineering is designed to provide handles and captive fasteners for rack-mount products. It is EIA-310, RoHS and NEBS compliant.
The Piton Rack Handle provides handles and captive fasteners for rack-mount products. It has a robust molded design with integrated screws that secure your enclosure to any equipment rack. These handles mount outboard of the front panel space with supplied hardware. No special panel prep is required. It is EIA-310, RoHS, and NEBS compliant. It is well-suited for a variety of markets including Datacom, Telecom, Storage, Pro Audio, Broadcast, and Test Equipment.
Features include a high-quality rack handle for rack-mount electronic equipment. It's captive #10-32 screws have EIA-310 spacing to work with all equipment racks. The Piton Rack Handle has a high strength ABS/PC polymer and is NEBS compliant.
Captive fasteners are integral to the handle, eliminating the cost of press-fitting or swaging separate captive fastener assemblies.
The Piton Rack Handle mounts on the outer edges of the front panel, preserving enclosure volume and front panel space; a key benefit where rack and floor space are at a premium.
The product is supplied as a kit with 2 handles, 4 captive screws and 4 mounting screws: the single part number kit reduces the cost of documentation, procurement, kitting and assembly.
- Edited by Chris Vavra, Control Engineering, www.controleng.com
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