|Item model number||108628|
|Item Weight||8.8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||19.7 x 12.3 x 11.9 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||19.7 x 12.3 x 11.9 inches|
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Monoprice 12.25 by 19 by 12 -Inch 7U Wall Mount Bracket 108628
|Price:||$46.96 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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- This Wall Mount Bracket is ideal for situations when you want to mount a few pieces of equipment but don't want use an entire relay rack
- This bracket mounts to a wall using standard 16" spaced studs or to a brick/cement wall
- This bracket is tapped for 10/32 screws and includes 42 such screws
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This Wall Mount Bracket is ideal for situations when you want to mount a few pieces of equipment but don't want use an entire relay rack. This bracket mounts to a wall using standard 16" spaced studs or to a brick/cement wall. This bracket is tapped for 10/32 screws and includes 42 such screws.
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I mounted mine to a cinder block wall using tapcon screws and washers. The mounted rack seems pretty sturdy, though I don't plan on loading more than about 20-25 pounds of equipment in it.
The finish is nice and I did not notice any scuffs or scratches. Mine also arrived without any dents or other damage, though I can see why that might happen due to the way it is packed for shipping.
Overall I give it four stars.
This worked out great for my SOHO setup at home in my garage. Now all my networking equipment is mounted high on the wall, out of the way from people stepping on it, or bumping into it, and it also allowed me to clean up all of the cabling, and make everything look nice and neat.
- Slotted holes for mounting to the wall are spaced exactly 16" between screw hole centers, this makes for mounting to stud walls incredibly easy.
- Metal cuts / bends are smooth, and clean. No bad edges, no wavy bends etc... This was obviously done with the right equipment.
- The device mounting screw holes are reinforced, meaning lots of beefy surface for the screws to bite into.
- The device mounting screw holes are in the right place for each device.
- The device mounting screw holes are cleanly threaded.
- 42 decent quality, well finished attachment screws included, no need to buy added screws.
- 7u size. An odd size for a wall mount bracket, but for my purposes, it is just about ideal...I am centralizing my home LAN, including an iSCSI SAN, KVM, cable modem, router, NAS disk, VoIP adapter, and a rack mounted power distribution unit. This provides just enough space to rack all of that stuff neatly, and professionally.
- Wall mounted configuration. For SOHO network infrastructure installations, this is going to be hard to beat. Doesn't take up floor space, and will allow the installer / IT folks to install switches, routers, patch panels etc... and still keep the closet / office floor open for other uses such as free standing server / tape library installs.
- Lack of lateral bracing, the sides tend to bow as you assemble your devices on it. Simply put, by design, and mind you most of these types of brackets are like this, rely on your devices for added lateral bracing.
- Packaging / Product protection from outside impact was poor, allowing minor damage (slight bend in the mounting surface rail on one side. It was easy to get dead flat, so not sending it back.).
- Packaging / retaining internal parts and keeping the pieces from beating each other up was poor. The supply of screws was retained in by a zip tied minature ziplock type bag that busted through. So all 42 screws were flying around inside the box, leading to the next con...
- Poor / damaged finish. I have over my IT professional career, worked around a LOT of network equipment racks. This has got to have the absolute WORST finish of any rack, or rackable device I have ever used. It just seems like the finish was applied in a single whisper thin coat. The errant screws inside the box simply did NOT help things at all leaving lots of scratches etc... on the finish. This leaves me the option of either returning my bracket for an undamaged one, but I suspect the finish on that will be just as poor, or to bite the bullet, and take this bracket to my workshop and spend a little bit of time and effort to prep and paint this thing with a couple of coats of black paint.
- Thin gauge metal construction. Overall I have no suspicion that the construction won't live up to what I want it to do, but the thin gauge metal over such a large flat span does make for an overly flexy, and cheap feeling.
This item kind of reminds me of a hammer from the cheap chinese import tool stores. It will do it's job, it's too simple to be that bad of a device, but it is also painfully obvious that it is just, well, cheap. It is built well enough to do its job and given a coat or two of cheap spray paint, will have a service life beyond when the actual current rack mounted technolgies are LONG obsolete. So yeah it is worth it's money, and I am simply picking nits here.
The clean construction, accurate hole location, solid screw thread reinforcement, clean threading etc... Start us off at 5 stars. The poor packaging, and thin metal construction knock it down 1 star, and I am leery of knocking it for something so petty, many other wall relay rack type brackets are similar, I just feel it should be better, but for the $$ what should I expect right? A half of a star off would be more accurate. And even that is picking nits.
The incredibly poor finish however pushes my rating down another full star plus, close to 2 stars, making me more comfortable knocking it a star for the other. Meaning two stars total knocked off for the bracket itself.
The inclusion of the screws, and the overall quality of those screws though, buys back one of those stars based on quality, perceived value, and the assurance / convenience knowing you have enough screws to fill every single threaded screw hole in this bracket without worrying about if the size is right...
Had they packaged this so that the screws weren't dancing around in the shipping box, and the lip hadn't gotten that slight curl in the UPS van, and had they given this a proper painted finish, I would have happily given this a full 5 star rating.
Compared to competitive brackets, the construction is about the same barring the sub standard finish, the inclusion of the attaching screws is a huge bonus, and the overall price tag makes this a winner. Given the time to give these a proper finish, these would make a great bracket for SOHO network infrastructure closet brackets.
Steel is heavy gauge. Black powder coated. Had to scrap off the paint to get a good ground connection.