How to use the /dev/mount

1920×1080 – Bild vom /dev/mount in dem die Teile erklärt werden. ACHTUNG EXISTIERT AUCH IN DEN ANDEREN /DEV/MOUNT-TEXTEN

Step 1: ​

​The /dev/mount fits in square punched hole racks with EIA-310 specifications. The maximum rating per RU is 15kg (33 lbs).


Step 2:

How to hold the /dev/mount – place the middle finger on the very end of the /dev/mount, the tip (04), the index finger behind the top thread and the ring finger behind the bottom thread. The thumb should be placed on the clip (03).


Step 3:

Align the /dev/mount to the 19” rail with the threads facing you. Guide the /dev/mount in from behind the rail. The threads should align with the top and bottom hole of the rack unit, the hook (02) going through the middle hole. The hook (02) must lock with the rail.

1920×1080 – Nahaufnahme vom Hook, der im Loch der 19″-Schiene einrastet. (Das checken die meisten nämlich nicht.) ACHTUNG: EXISTIERT AUCH IN “MOUNTING & DISMOUNTING” UND “MOUNTING HARDWARE”.


Step 4:

Make sure to hold the /dev/mount straight. Push the tip (04) slightly towards you and while doing so use your thumb to push the front end of the clip (03) from the side towards the 19” rail until it snaps in place.


Step 5:

Now take the hardware (with 15kg or less) you want to install and place it on the threads of the /dev/mount.


Step 6:

Take the hex nuts and fasten them by hand. Only by hand. Do not use tools to tighten the hex nuts! Maximum torque of 3Nm – more can deform your 19“ rail and/or your equipment.


Step 7:

To dismount the /dev/mount push the tip (04) from behind towards you and then slightly inwards the network rack. The snapped-in clip (03) should let go.


Step 8:

Remove the now lose /dev/mount from behind and take it out of the 19” rail.

Video (16:9) – Erklärvideo vom /dev/mount.