Mounting 19″ equipment in a network rack has never been easier before – with the /dev/mount, our innovative, high-quality cage nut alternative. It holds equipment securely in place before the hex nuts are even fastened, making hardware mounting a faster, easier, and more secure task. Our /dev/mount is safer to use than conventional M5 or M6 cage nuts. To fasten hardware fewer pieces are needed, this saves a lot of time and nerves.
Working with our innovative /dev/mount is faster and safer. It is easier to handle and is less likely to slip out of your hand than conventional cage nuts. Our alternative provides more stability and makes the installation of 19″ equipment easier.
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To make mounting of hardware even easier and faster the /dev/mount comes with long reversible hex nuts, that can be used from both sides no matter how you hold them. Setting up a network rack can be an exhausting and sweaty job when not using a Setup.exe. Sweaty hands and tiny screws in uncomfortable positions are a bad combination – this takes up a lot of expensive time and can even lead to back-related injuries. The easier handling of our cage nut alternative speeds up the process of mounting 19″ equipment and is time and cost-saving.
M5 and M6 cage nuts have sharp edges and can be quite dangerous. Every technician knows the pain. Our /dev/mount is easily installed, and doesn’t require any tools. It is designed to be handled much safer. Our cage nut alternative can be softly and comfortably mounted onto the 19″ rail of the network rack.
The /dev/mount is an innovative cage nut alternative for 19″ rack with square punched holes. With our /dev/mount you easily fasten hardware or a PATCHBOX – just put the /dev/mount through the square punched holes with the bolts facing you. Place the switch in the rack and put it on the bolts – already this provides enough stability for you to be able both hands for fastening. Now take the hex-nuts and fasten them by hand. Do not (!) use only tools for fastening. Here you can find a step-by-step guide with video.
The recommended maximum load-bearing capacity is 15kg (33lbs).
Please do NOT use tools to fasten the /dev/mount. Hand-tightening the hex-nuts is fully sufficient. Tightening the hex-nuts with tools may bend your equipment and 19″ rail!
They are unnecessary as we recommend hand-tightening only. Tightening with tools can break them.
As of now the actual version of the /dev/mount is only available in a 1 rack unit (RU) variant.