AVPro Edge Introduces Heavy Duty MXnet Rack Accessory

by | Gear, Production

AVPro Edge (www.avproedge.com) has introduced the AC-MXNET-1G-R15, a 6-RU tall heavy duty rack accessory designed to vertically organize up to 15 MXnet encoders, as well as the AC-MXNET-CBOX. Numbered slots enable integrators to identify each unit quickly and easily—especially useful in large installations. AVPro Edge rack accessories have been engineered for proper ventilation while also positioning each device for effortless wire management.

“This rack accessory perfectly positions most MXnet 1G units for an uncluttered, front-facing display appearance and detailed wire management on the backside,” explained Matt Murray, CTO at AVPro Edge. “Though the AC-MXNET-1G-R15 is an accessory, we think that integrators will find that it is practically indispensable for their MXnet installations.” 

Ease and Efficiency for Integrators

A hook-and-loop metal clasp attaches to each MXnet 1G or AC-MXNET-CBOX chassis and connects the device to the bottom of the AC-MXNET-1G-R15, while a thumbscrew safely secures the top, allowing for rapid removal when required. For the taller AC-MXNET-1G-DANTE-E models, integrators can use the AC-EZRACK-15 for proper rack installation.  

AVPro Edge products include a 10-year advance-replacement warranty, providing integrators with peace of mind knowing they have installed a product that has been built to last from a trusted manufacturer committed to the pro A/V channel.

About AVPro Edge

Headquartered in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, AVPro Edge develops and manufactures high-performance connectivity products engineered to provide professional audio/video installers with the performance and functionality they must have to deliver best solutions to clients. As a full adopter of HDMI, Dolby, HDBaseT and HDCP, AVPro Edge engineers work closely with these organizations and chip manufacturers to ensure the very best products come to market on behalf of our customers worldwide. For more information, visit avproedge.com.

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