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Align the Setup.exe to rail. (Expert tip: leave the Setup.exe closed). Secure the Setup.exe to one side of the server / network rack ensuring the Setup.exe’s snap-in bolt locks in the 19“ rail.
Secure the Setup.exe to the opposite side again ensuring the Setup.exe’s bolts lock in the 19“ rail.
Place equipment on top of the Setup.exe while the Setup.exe securely takes the weight. Once equipment is secured remove the Setup.exe.
Loosen the nuts with a wrench. You are now able to slide the inner part of the brackets and adjust it to your 19“ rail.
With the loosened nuts slide the Setup.exe brackets over the 19“ rail, push the brackets together by hand and hand tighten the nuts. The brackets should sit firm on the 19“ rail but can have some play. Remove the Setup.exe from the 19“ rail and then tighten the nuts again.
*Note: The Setup.exe fits all 19“ rails with square punched holes. The Setup.exe can also be configured to fit 19“ rails with different rail thicknesses. The Setup.exe is not compatible with 19“ rails with threaded holes. The recommended maximum load-bearing capacity is 50kg (110lbs). The load-bearing capacity is limited to the maximum weight per rack unit (RU) of the network rack. Make sure all nuts are tight and locking pins are fully inserted before use. Loads must be protected from the risk of damage caused by falling down through appropriate additional measures. The Setup.exe includes magnets. Keep away from data carriers, magnetic storage devices and sensitive electronic devices.