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Section 27 11 00
COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT ROOM FITTINGS
Section 27 11 16
Communications Cabinets, Racks, Frames and Enclosures
PART 1 – GENERAL
1.1
WORK INCLUDED
A.
1.2
Provide all labor, materials, and equipment for the complete installation of work
called for in the Contract Documents.
SCOPE OF WORK
A.
This section includes the minimum requirements for cabinets, racks, frames and
enclosures in data centers, computer rooms, and communications equipment
rooms.
B.
Included in this section are the minimum composition requirements and
installation methods for the following:
1.
1.3
Freestanding Cabinets.
QUALITY ASSURANCE
A.
All cable and equipment shall be installed in a neat and workmanlike manner. All
methods of construction that are not specifically described or indicated in the
contract documents shall be subject to the control and approval of the Owner or
Owner Representative. Equipment and materials shall be of the quality and
manufacture indicated. The equipment specified is based upon the acceptable
manufacturers listed. Where “approved equal” is stated, equipment shall be
equivalent in every way to that of the equipment specified and subject to
approval.
B.
Strictly adhere to all Building Industry Consulting Service International (BICSI),
Electronic Industries Alliance (EIA) and Telecommunications Industry Association
(TIA) recommended installation practices when installing communications/data
cabling.
C.
Material and work specified herein shall comply with the applicable requirements
of:
1.
ANSI/TIA/EIA – 568-B Commercial Building Telecommunications
Cabling Standard, 2000-2004
2.
TIA – 569-B Commercial Building Standard for Telecommunications
Pathways and Spaces, 2004
3.
ANSI/TIA/EIA – 606-A Administration Standard for the
Telecommunications Infrastructure of Commercial Buildings, 2002
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1.4
4.
ANSI-J-STD – 607-A Joint Standard for Commercial Building Grounding
(Earthing) and Bonding Requirements for Telecommunications, 2002
5.
ANSI/TIA-942-2005 Telecommunications Infrastructure Standard for
Data Centers, 2006
SUBMITTALS
1.1
Provide product data for the following:
1.
Manufacturers data sheets/cut sheets, specifications and installation
instructions for all products (submit with bid).
PART 2 – PRODUCTS
2.1
CABINETS
A.
Free-standing Equipment Cabinets (CPI C-Series SlimFrame Cabinet System)
1. [Cabinets] Provide freestanding equipment cabinets to store computer and
data storage equipment in the data centers, computer rooms and equipment
rooms. Each cabinet enclosure shall have a rectangular frame with
removable top panel, side panels and doors. Installed cabinets shall include
thermal, power, and cable management accessories that control airflow
through the cabinet and keep network and power cables separate and
organized.
2. [Cabinet Frame] The cabinet frame shall be rectangular with four corner
posts, manufactured from aluminum with bolted frame construction. The
sides of the frame shall have three supports located near the top, middle and
bottom to allow attachment of equipment mounting rails and thermal, cable
and power management accessories. The cabinet frame shall have a static
load limit of 2000 lb (907.2 kg).
The cabinet shall be 24” (610 mm) wide by 39.62” (1006.3 mm) deep by
78.00” (1981.2 mm) high when doors, top panel and side panels are
installed. Leveler feet will add approximately 1” (25 mm) to the height of the
frame/cabinet. Casters will add approximately 3.7” (94 mm) to the height of
the frame/cabinet.
Change cabinet depth and height to match job requirements. Refer to the SlimFrame Cut Sheet
or the CPI Product Configurator to see all SlimFrame options. Note that SlimFrame can be
ordered with or without top panel, side panels and doors. Use the cabinet depth dimensions
when the cabinet includes doors; use the frame depth dimensions if doors are not included with
the cabinet (when ordering a “frame only” cabinet).
Cabinet Width (for 19” EIA wide cabinets): 24” (610 mm)
Cabinet Depths: 25.46” (646.7 mm), 33.62” (853.9 mm), or 39.62” (1006.3 mm); rail-to-rail depth
(2.1.A.3) changes when cabinet depth changes.
Frame Depths: 23.96” (608.6 mm), 32.12” (815.8 mm), or 38.12” (968.2 mm); rail-to-rail depth
(2.1.A.3) changes when cabinet depth changes.
Cabinet Heights: 72.00” (1828.8 mm) [37 RMU], 78.00” (1981.2 mm) [40 RMU], or 84.00”
(2133.6 mm) [43 RMU]; RMU (2.1.A.3) changes when cabinet height changes.
3. [Equipment Mounting Rails] Each cabinet shall include two pairs of
equipment mounting rails. Mounting rails shall bolt to the supports located
near the top, middle and bottom of the frame and shall be fully adjustable in
depth to provide front and rear support for equipment. Equipment Mounting
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Rails shall be spaced horizontally to support 19” (482.6 mm) wide EIA-310-D
compliant rack-mount equipment and shall provide 36” (910 mm) of rail-to-rail
depth for equipment. Mounting rails will be L-shaped. The front flange shall
be square-punched according to the EIA-310-D Universal hole pattern with
equipment mounting holes on alternating 5/8” – 5/8” – 1/2“ (15.9 mm – 15.9
mm – 12.7 mm) vertical hole centers. Square-punched holes shall accept
cage nut hardware with various threads. Rack mount spaces or units (RMU)
shall be 1-3/4” (44.45 mm) high and shall be marked and numbered on the
mounting rails. Numbering shall start at the bottom of the rail. Mounting rails
shall provide 42 RMU for equipment.
Change rail-to-rail depth, type of mounting rail and number of RMU to match job requirements.
Maximum Rail-to-Rail Depth (depth): 22” (560 mm), 30” (760 mm), or 36” (910 mm); Cabinet
depth (2.1.A.2) changes when rail depth changes..
Rail Style: square-puched (for computers) OR #12-24 threaded (for patch panels); Strike the
highlighted sentence when threaded rails are used.
RMU (Height): 37 RMU, 40 RMU, or 43 RMU; Cabinet height (2.1.A.2) changes when RMU
changes.
4. [Top Panel] The cabinet shall include a solid top panel with a vented section
for a top-mount fan near the front and rear of the panel and edge-protected
cable access ports near the corners of the panel.
Use the alternate copy below for no side panels.
[Top Panel] The cabinet will not include a top panel.
5. [Side Panels] The cabinet shall include two locking solid side panels. Each
side panel will have a keyed latch for easy installation and removal.
Use the alternate copy below for no side panels.
[Side Panels] The cabinet will not include side panels.
The side panel must be removed when baying cabinets side-by-side. To create a bay of cabinets
specify one cabinet with side panels and the rest without. Transfer one side panel to the end of
the cabinet bay. Note that bayed cabinets must be the same height and depth.
6. [Front Door] The cabinet shall include a single front door with a perforated
metal panel and quick-release hinge pins. The door shall be removable and
reversible to open from the right or left. The front door shall have a singlepoint, spring-loaded, push-button latch with a keyed lock.
Choose the Front Door style.
Front Door styles: perforated metal, solid plexiglass, solid metal, vented plexiglass
Use the alternate copy below if the cabinet does not include a front door.
[Front Door] The cabinet will not include a front door.
7. [Rear Door] The cabinet shall include a single rear door with a perforated
metal panel and quick-release hinge pins. The door shall be removable and
reversible to open from the right or left. The rear door shall have a singlepoint, spring-loaded, push-button latch with a keyed lock.
Choose the Rear Door style.
Rear Door styles: perforated metal, solid metal
Use the alternate copy below if the cabinet does not include a rear door.
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[Rear Door] The cabinet will not include a rear door.
8.
[Material/Construction] The cabinet frame, top panel, side panels and doors
shall be manufactured from aluminum. Door panels shall be aluminum or
plexiglass. The door latch, door hinges and top panel cable access ports will
be plastic. The cabinet frame, doors and components shall assemble with
hardware.
9. [Color/Finish] The cabinet frame and door frames shall be anodized
aluminum. The top panel, side panels, mounting rails and door panels shall
be painted black with epoxy-polyester hybrid powder coat paint. Plastic
components shall be black. The plexiglass door panel shall be tinted (not
clear).
Choose the cabinet color: black, computer white, gray
Strike the highlighted sentence if the cabinet does not include a plexiglass door.
10. [Included Hardware] The cabinet shall include (4) leveling feet, (4) clamps for
securing the leveling feet to the floor, a baying kit, and a means for bonding
the cabinet to the Telecommunications Grounding Busbar. The manufacturer
of the cabinet shall sell compatible casters and equipment mounting
hardware as an accessory.
Each cabinet includes a baying kit. Note that the side panel must be removed when baying
cabinets side-by-side. To create a bay of cabinets specify one cabinet with side panels and the
rest without. Transfer one side panel to the end of the cabinet bay. Note that bayed cabinets
must be the same height and depth.
11. Design Make shall be:
Chatsworth Products, Inc. (CPI),
C-Series SlimFrame Cabinet System:
Part Number C1153-742, SlimFrame Cabinet, 24” (610 mm) wide x
39.62” (1006.3 mm) deep by 78.00” (1981.2 mm) high, with a 19” EIA x
42 RMU x 36” (910 mm) deep equipment space, Square-Punched
Equipment Mounting Rails, Top Panel, Two Solid Side Panels, Single
Perforated Metal Front Door, Single Perforated Metal Rear Door,
Black.
The listed part number is an example of a C-Series SlimFrame Cabinet description.
Change variables to match job requirements. Use the SlimFrame Cut Sheet or the CPI
Product Configurator to choose your SlimFrame Cabinet. Product Configurator lets you
choose product features and pick accessories, then creates a detailed Bill of Material
based on your cabinet and accessory selections. You can substitute part numbers from
the Bill of Material into this specification and change descriptions to match the selected
items.
B.
Cable Management (CPI C-Series SlimFrame Cabinet System)
1. [Vertical Cable Managers] Each installed cabinet shall be equipped with a
vertical cable manager to store network cables. The vertical cable manager
shall attach to the side of the cabinet frame in the space between the frame
and the side panel and shall be adjustable in depth to match equipment
requirements. The vertical cable manager shall have individual C-shaped
plastic cable rings. The rings shall be able to align with the side or the
front/rear of the cabinet.
One vertical cable manager is included with each cabinet. Choose the number of additional
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Narrow Vertical Cable Managers to include in each cabinet and list the correct Narrow Vertical
Cable Manager Part Number in 2.1.B.5 below. Narrow Vertical Cable Managers must match the
height of the cabinet frame.
2. [Rack-Mount Cable Shelf] Each installed cabinet shall be equipped with a
rack-mount shelf with brush-sealed cable pass-through ports along the front
surface to create a front-to-back pathway for cables. The shelf shall be 19”
EIA rack-mount and 1 RMU high. The shelf shall attach to the front and rear
pair of equipment mounting rails. The shelf shall adjust in depth to attach to
mounting rails located between 22” (558 mm) and 40” (1016 mm) apart. The
brush-sealed cable pass-through ports shall be sized to hold 48 patch cords.
Choose the number of Rack-Mount Cable Shelves to include in each cabinet. Rack-Mount Cable
Shelves are used in cabinets equipped with Thermal Management Accessories Air Dam Kit or
Air Diverter Kit to provide a front-to-rear pathway for cables.
Omit 2.1.B.2. and the Rack-Mount Cable Shelf Part Number if it is not used.
3. [Universal Horizontal Cable Manager] Each installed cabinet shall be
equipped with a rack-mount horizontal cable manager to organize cables in
the RMU above and below each patch panel or network switch within the
cabinet. The horizontal cable manager shall be 19” EIA rack-mount and 1
RMU, 2 RMU or 3 RMU high. The horizontal cable manager shall be a
single-sided U-shaped trough with a front-facing snap on cover or a doublesided H-shaped trough with front and rear snap on covers. Plastic T-shaped
cable guides along the top and bottom edge of the cable manager shall
divide cable openings that allow cables to exit or enter the top or bottom of
the manager. The cable manager shall be at least 4” (100 mm) deep and
shall be sized to hold at least 24 patch cords per RMU.
Omit 2.1.B.3. and the Universal Horiozntal Cable Manager Part Numbers if it is not used.
4. [Jumper Trays] Each installed cabinet shall be equipped with a rack-mount
jumper tray above each modular network switch chassis within the cabinet.
The jumper tray shall be 19” EIA rack-mount and 2 RMU high. The jumper
tray shall be a U-shaped trough that is open on the top. The jumper tray will
provide an open side-to-side pathway for patch cords. Each side of the tray
shall be fitted with an adjustable, downward-facing radius to guide cables as
the cables enter the tray from below. The jumper tray shall be at least 3.5”
(89 mm) deep and shall hold 48 patch cords.
Omit 2.1.B.4. and the Jumper Tray Part Numbers if it is not used.
5. Design Make shall be:
Chatsworth Products, Inc. (CPI),
C-Series SlimFrame Cabinet System,
Cable Management Accessories:
Part Number 11809-702, Narrow Vertical Cable Manager, for 72” H
(1828.8 mm), 37 RMU SlimFrame Cabinet, 1.75” Wide x 4.13” Deep
(44 mm Wide x 104 mm Deep), Black.
Part Number 11809-701, Narrow Vertical Cable Manager, for 78” H
(1981.2 mm), 40 RMU SlimFrame Cabinet, 1.75” Wide x 4.13” Deep
(44 mm Wide x 104 mm Deep), Black.
Part Number 11809-700, Narrow Vertical Cable Manager, for 84” H
(2133.6 mm), 43 RMU SlimFrame Cabinet, 1.75” Wide x 4.13” Deep
(44 mm Wide x 104 mm Deep), Black.
Match the height (RMU) of the cabinet.
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Part Number 13517-701, Rack-Mount Cable Shelf, 19” EIA x 1 RMU,
Extends 22” (558 mm) to 40” (1016 mm) Deep, Black.
Use with rails spaced 22” (558 mm) to 40” (1016 mm) apart.
Part Number 30139-719, Universal Horizontal Cable Manager, SingleSided, 19” EIA x 1 RMU, 5.0” (127 mm) deep, Black.
Part Number 30130-719, Universal Horizontal Cable Manager, SingleSided, 19” EIA x 2 RMU, 5.1” (130 mm) deep, Black.
Part Number 30131-719, Universal Horizontal Cable Manager, SingleSided, 19” EIA x 3 RMU, 5.1” (130 mm) deep, Black.
Part Number 30339-719, Universal Horizontal Cable Manager, SingleSided, 19” EIA x 1 RMU, 6.3” (160 mm) deep, Black.
Part Number 30330-719, Universal Horizontal Cable Manager, SingleSided, 19” EIA x 2 RMU, 6.4” (163 mm) deep, Black.
Part Number 30331-719, Universal Horizontal Cable Manager, SingleSided, 19” EIA x 3 RMU, 6.4” (163 mm) deep, Black.
Part Number 30529-719, Universal Horizontal Cable Manager, DoubleSided, 19” EIA x 1 RMU, 11.7” (298 mm) deep, Black.
Part Number 30530-719, Universal Horizontal Cable Manager, DoubleSided, 19” EIA x 2 RMU, 11.7” (298 mm) deep, Black.
Part Number 30531-719, Universal Horizontal Cable Manager, DoubleSided, 19” EIA x 3 RMU, 11.7” (298 mm) deep, Black.
Universal Horizontal Cable Managers require a 5.0” minimum rail setback.
Part Number 12183-719, Upper Jumper Tray, 19” EIA x 2 RMU, 3.5”
(89 mm) deep, Black.
Part Number 13183-719, Upper Jumper Tray, 19” EIA x 2 RMU, 6.0”
(152 mm) deep, Black.
C.
Thermal Management (CPI C-Series SlimFrame Cabinet System)
1. [Air Dam Kit] Each installed cabinet shall be equipped with an internal airflow
baffle to block airflow around the top, bottom and sides of equipment in the
cabinet. The airflow baffle shall seal the space at the front of the cabinet
between the equipment mounting rails and the top, sides and bottom of the
cabinet enclosure.
2. [Air Diverter Kit – this option is only used when air is delivered through a
vented tile placed under the cabinet] Each installed cabinet shall be equipped
with an internal airflow baffle that guides cold air from the bottom of the
cabinet to the space at the front of the cabinet between the door and
equipment. The baffle shall also block airflow around the top and sides of
equipment in the cabinet. The airflow baffle shall seal the space at the front
of the cabinet between the equipment mounting rails and the top and sides of
the cabinet enclosure. A 2 RMU high tray at the bottom of the cabinet shall
guide cold air entering the bottom of the cabinet (through a vented raised
access floor tile) to the space at the front of the cabinet between the door
and the front of equipment.
3. [Snap-In Filler Panels] Each installed cabinet shall be equipped with filler
(blanking) panels that seal any open RMU spaces (RMU spaces not
occupied by other equipment). The filler (blanking) panels shall be made of
plastic and shall be designed to attach to square-punched equipment
mounting rails without hardware. The filler (blanking) panel design shall allow
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the panels to be installed and removed from the equipment mounting rails
without tools. Panels shall be sized to fit 19” EIA x 1 RMU and 19” EIA x 2
RMU rack-mount panel spaces.
4. [Top-Mount Fan Kit] Each installed cabinet shall be equipped with a topmount fan kit to help remove hot air from the cabinet. The fan kit shall include
four 100 CFM fans in two housings that attach to the cabinets top panel. The
fan kit shall include a single attached 15’ (4.6 m) long power cord.
5.
Use Air Dam Kit with perforated front and rear doors for cabinets in conventional hot aisle/cold
aisle environments. Use filler panels to close all open RMU spaces. Substitute Air Diverter Kit
when the cabinet is placed over a vented tile to increase airflow into the front of the cabinet. Use
top-mount and bottom-mount fans to address hot spots.
Choose either 2.1.D.1 or 2.1.D.2 and list the appropriate part numbers in 2.1.D.5 below. Air Dam
Kit (airflow baffles) or Internal Air Duct must match the width and height of the cabinet frame.
Vertical Cable Managers and Power Strips cannot be placed at the front of the cabinet frame
when Air Dam Kit or Air Diverter Kit are used. However, a Rack-Mount Cable Shelf can be used
with either product to route cables front-to-back or back-to-front (see section 2.1.B.4., RackMount Cable Shelf).
Air Dam Kit or Air Diverter Kit and Snap-In Filler Panels should be used in all server cabinets
that support rack-mount servers and require front-to-rear, cold-to-hot airflow. Air Dam Kit, Air
Diverter Kit and Snap-In Filler Panels help control airflow through cabinets by blocking the space
around equipment so that cold air goes through equipment and so that hot air does not recirculate to the front of the cabinet and recycle through equipment. Top-mount fans should be
used sparingly to address hot spots.
6. Design Make shall be:
Chatsworth Products, Inc. (CPI),
C-Series SlimFrame Cabinet System,
Thermal Management Accessories:
Part Number 13336-710, Air Dam Kit, for 19” EIA wide x 84” H (2133.6
mm), 43 RMU SlimFame Cabinet, Black.
Part Number 13336-711, Air Dam Kit, for 19” EIA wide x 78” H (1981.2
mm), 40 RMU SlimFame Cabinet, Black.
Part Number 13336-712, Air Dam Kit, for 19” EIA wide x 72” H (1828.8
mm), 37 RMU SlimFame Cabinet, Black.
Part Number 13337-710, Air Diverter Kit, for 19” EIA wide x 84” H
(2133.6 mm), 43 RMU MegaFame Cabinet, Black.
Part Number 13337-711, Air Diverter Kit, for 19” EIA wide x 78” H
(1981.2 mm), 40 RMU MegaFame Cabinet, Black.
Part Number 13337-712, Air Diverter Kit, for 19” EIA wide x 72” H
(1828.8 mm), 37 RMU MegaFame Cabinet, Black.
Part Number 34537-000, Snap-In Filler Panel, 19” W x 1 RMU, Black
Part Number 34538-000, Snap-In Filler panel, 19” W x 2 RMU, Black
For square-punched equipment mounting rails only. Standard filler panels are also
available.
Part Number 12480-701, Top-Mount Fan Kit, 115 VAC, NEMA 5-15P
Plug, Black.
Part Number 12480-702, Top-Mount Fan Kit, 230 VAC, NEMA 6-15P
Plug, Black.
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Part Number 12729-001, Foam Gasket Kit. Includes 12 pieces of 2” x 3” x 40”
foam to seal the base of the cabinet to the floor, etc.
D.
Environmental Monitoring (RIM-600 Remote Infrastructure Management System)
1. [Temperature Sensors] Each installed cabinet will be equipped with a
temperature sensor that connects to an environmental monitoring appliance.
The temperature sensor shall be located at the front of the cabinet near the
top of the cabinet centered in the rack-mount space (or rack-mounted on the
equipment mounting rails) to provide air temperature readings for monitoring
equipment inlet air temperature. The temperature sensor shall have a digital
display and shall display temperature readings in degrees Fahrenheit
(Celsius).
Choose the number of Temperature Sensors per cabinet. Select the unit of measure:
Fahrenheight or Celcius. Strike the highlighted section of the last sentence if the sensor does not
have a digital display.
2. [Power Monitoring Sensors] Each installed cabinet shall be equipped with
two power monitoring sensors that connect to an environmental monitoring
appliance. The power monitoring sensors shall be attached to the branch
circuits (A and B) that provide power to the cabinet. The power monitoring
sensors shall provide power readings for monitoring power on each branch
circuit.
Choose the number of power monitoring sensors.
3. [Door Opened/Closed Sensors] Each installed cabinet shall be equipped with
a door opened/closed sensor that connects to an environmental monitoring
appliance. The door opened/closed sensor shall provide opened or closed
condition readings for monitoring the opened or closed condition of the front
and rear door of the cabinet.
4. [Environmental Monitoring Appliance] The environmental monitoring
appliance shall provide continous automated monitoring of the environmental
sensors, shall allow a low and high range to be set for each sensor, and shall
notify technicians with an alarm when sensor readings exceed set limits. The
environmental monitoring appliance shall have eight connections for external
sensors and separate network and voice connections. The environmental
monitoring appliance shall send alarms by email or direct voice call to
technicians according to specific user contact schedules. The environmental
monitoring appliance shall have an internal backup battery that shall allow
the appliance to continue monitoring for up to three hours on a full battery
charge if main power to the unit is interrupted. The environmental monitoring
appliance shall record sensor readings, alarms and alarm
acknowledgements and shall include monitoring software that allows
sensor/alarm history to be reviewed for analysis and archived for record
keeping. The environmental monitoring appliance and software shall allow
individual sensors to have specific operating schedules and shall allow
individual users to have multiple contact points and specific contact
schedules. The environmental monitoring appliance shall be expandable with
up to 31 additional nodes that provide eight additional external sensor
connections each. Each expansion unit shall have a separate network
conection, but will be supervised by the primary unit. The included software
shall allow the environmental monitoring appliance, all expansion units and
all attached sensors to be accessed and controlled from a single software
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interface. Each appliance or expansion unit shall be rack-mount, 19” EIA x 1
RMU, and shall have separate power connections.
5. Design Make shall be:
Chatsworth Products, Inc. (CPI),
Remote Infrastructure Management (RIM-600) System:
Part Number 60000-001, RIM-600 Host Module, 100-250 Vac, 50-60
Hz, 1 network connection, 1 voice connection, 8 external sensor
connections, 19”W x 1 RMU x 9.6” (244 mm) Deep, Black.
Part Number 60001-002, RIM-600 Node Module, 100-240 Vac, 50-60
Hz, 1 network connection, 8 external sensor connections, 19”W x 1
RMU x 7” (179 mm) Deep, Black.
Part Number 60011-001, Room Temperature Sensor, 32°F to 95°F
Range, With Display, White.
Part Number 60013-001, Room Temperature Sensor, 0°C to 50°C
Range, With Display, White.
Part Number 60012-007, Miniature Temperature Sensor, 5°F to 140°F
Range, No Display, Black.
Part Number 60012-057, Miniature Temperature Sensor, -15°C to
60°C Range, No Display, Black.
Part Number 60052-001, Dual (Front/Rear) Door Sensor, Magnetic
Reed, Black.
Part Number 60040-002, Power Monitoring Sensor, 0-250 Vac, 50-60
Hz, with (1) IEC-60320 C14 Inlet, Black.
Part Number 60075-720, Sensor Mounting Bracket, 3 Positions, 19” W
x 1 RMU, Black.
Select the correct part numbers for the RIM-600 system. Other sensors are available,
see the RIM-600 Data Sheet.
E.
Shelves (CPI C-Series SlimFrame Cabinet System):
1. [Equipment Shelves] Each installed cabinet shall be equipped with shelves
for equipment that does not rack-mount directly to the equipment mounting
rails. Cabinet shelves shall be sliding or fixed with a vented or solid mounting
surface. Cabinet shelves shall be sized to fit the rack-mount width and depth
of the cabinet and shall have adjustable depth mounting brackets that allow
attachment to the front and rear pair of equipment mounting rails within the
cabinet. Cabinet shelves shall be wider and deeper than the equipment
placed on the shelf and shall have a load bearing capacity that exceeds the
fully populated weight of equipment. Equipment shall be secured to the shelf
with a bracket.
Shelf sizes, mounting depth ranges and load bearing capacities are listed below.
2. [Drawer] Each installed cabinet shall be equipped with a locking storage
drawer. The drawer shall be enclosed in a rack-mount shelf and shall be
attached to drawer slides that extend the full depth of the drawer. The
storage drawer shall be sized to fit the rack-mount width and depth of the
cabinet and shall have adjustable depth mounting brackets that allow
attachment to the front and rear pair of equipment mounting brackets within
the cabinet.
Drawer sizes, mounting depth ranges and load bearing capacities are listed below.
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3. Design Make shall be:
Chatsworth Products, Inc. (CPI),
C-Series SlimFrame Cabinet System,
Shelves:
Part Number 12336-119, Fixed Shelf, Solid, 19” EIA wide x 1RMU x
18” (460 mm) Deep, 250 lb (113.4 kg) Capacity, Gray.
Part Number 12336-219, Fixed Shelf, Solid, 19” EIA wide x 1RMU x
18” (460 mm) Deep, 250 lb (113.4 kg) Capacity, Computer White.
Part Number 12336-719, Fixed Shelf, Solid, 19” EIA wide x 1RMU x
18” (460 mm) Deep, 250 lb (113.4 kg) Capacity, Black.
Shelf surface is 17” wide by 18” deep (430 mm wide x 460 mm deep). Fits cabinets with
mounting rails set 13” to 24” (330 mm to 610 mm) in depth. Use in 19” EIA Wide x 22”
(560 mm) Deep SlimFrame Cabinets.
Part Number 12337-119, Fixed Shelf, Vented, 19” EIA wide x 1RMU x
18” (460 mm) Deep, 250 lb (113.4 kg) Capacity, Gray.
Part Number 12337-219, Fixed Shelf, Vented, 19” EIA wide x 1RMU x
18” (460 mm) Deep, 250 lb (113.4 kg) Capacity, Computer White.
Part Number 12337-719, Fixed Shelf, Vented, 19” EIA wide x 1RMU x
18” (460 mm) Deep, 250 lb (113.4 kg) Capacity, Black.
Shelf surface is 17” wide by 18” deep (430 mm wide x 460 mm deep). Fits cabinets with
mounting rails set 13” to 24” (330 mm to 610 mm) in depth. Use in 19” EIA Wide x 22”
(560 mm) Deep SlimFrame Cabinets.
Part Number 12334-119, Fixed Shelf, Solid, 19” EIA wide x 1RMU x
24” (610 mm) Deep, 250 lb (113.4 kg) Capacity, Gray.
Part Number 12334-219, Fixed Shelf, Solid, 19” EIA wide x 1RMU x
24” (610 mm) Deep, 250 lb (113.4 kg) Capacity, Computer White.
Part Number 12334-719, Fixed Shelf, Solid, 19” EIA wide x 1RMU x
24” (610 mm) Deep, 250 lb (113.4 kg) Capacity, Black.
Shelf surface is 17” wide by 24” deep (430 mm wide x 610 mm deep). Fits cabinets with
mounting rails set 17” to 28” (430 mm to 710 mm) in depth. Use in 19” EIA Wide x 30”
(760 mm) Deep SlimFrame Cabinets.
Part Number 12335-119, Fixed Shelf, Vented, 19” EIA wide x 1RMU x
24” (610 mm) Deep, 250 lb (113.4 kg) Capacity, Gray.
Part Number 12335-219, Fixed Shelf, Vented, 19” EIA wide x 1RMU x
24” (610 mm) Deep, 250 lb (113.4 kg) Capacity, Computer White.
Part Number 12335-719, Fixed Shelf, Vented, 19” EIA wide x 1RMU x
24” (610 mm) Deep, 250 lb (113.4 kg) Capacity, Black.
Shelf surface is 17” wide by 24” deep (430 mm wide x 610 mm deep). Fits cabinets with
mounting rails set 17” to 28” (430 mm to 710 mm) in depth. Use in 19” EIA Wide x 30”
(760 mm) Deep SlimFrame Cabinets.
Part Number 14070-119, Fixed Shelf, Solid, 19” EIA wide x 1RMU x
29” (740 mm) Deep, 250 lb (113.4 kg) Capacity, Gray.
Part Number 14070-219, Fixed Shelf, Solid, 19” EIA wide x 1RMU x
29” (740 mm) Deep, 250 lb (113.4 kg) Capacity, Computer White.
Part Number 14070-719, Fixed Shelf, Solid, 19” EIA wide x 1RMU x
29” (740 mm) Deep, 250 lb (113.4 kg) Capacity, Black.
Shelf surface is 17” wide by 29” deep (430 mm to 740 mm). Fits cabinets with moutning
rails set 23” to 39” (580 mm to 990 mm) in depth. Use in 19” EIA Wide x 36” (910 mm)
Deep or 39” (990 mm) Deep SlimFrame Cabinets.
Part Number 14072-119, Fixed Shelf, Vented, 19” EIA wide x 1RMU x
29” (740 mm) Deep, 250 lb (113.4 kg) Capacity, Gray.
REQUIREMENTS
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Part Number 14072-219, Fixed Shelf, Vented, 19” EIA wide x 1RMU x
29” (740 mm) Deep, 250 lb (113.4 kg) Capacity, Computer White.
Part Number 14072-719, Fixed Shelf, Vented, 19” EIA wide x 1RMU x
29” (740 mm) Deep, 250 lb (113.4 kg) Capacity, Black.
Shelf surface is 17” wide by 29” deep (430 mm to 740 mm). Fits cabinets with moutning
rails set 23” to 39” (580 mm to 990 mm) in depth. Use in 19” EIA Wide x 36” (910 mm)
Deep or 39” (990 mm) Deep SlimFrame Cabinets.
Part Number 12338-119, Sliding Shelf, Solid, 19” EIA wide x 2RMU x
18” (460 mm) Deep, 140 lb (63.5 kg) Capacity, Gray.
Part Number 12338-219, Sliding Shelf, Solid, 19” EIA wide x 2RMU x
18” (460 mm) Deep, 140 lb (63.5 kg) Capacity, Computer White.
Part Number 12338-719, Sliding Shelf, Solid, 19” EIA wide x 2RMU x
18” (460 mm) Deep, 140 lb (63.5 kg) Capacity, Black.
Shelf surface is 17” wide by 18” deep (430 mm wide x 460 mm deep). Fits cabinets with
mounting rails set 14” to 24” (360 mm to 610 mm) in depth. Use in 19” EIA Wide x 22”
(560 mm) Deep SlimFrame Cabinets.
Part Number 12339-119, Sliding Shelf, Vented, 19” EIA wide x 2RMU x
18” (460 mm) Deep, 140 lb (63.5 kg) Capacity, Gray.
Part Number 12339-219, Sliding Shelf, Vented, 19” EIA wide x 2RMU x
18” (460 mm) Deep, 140 lb (63.5 kg) Capacity, Computer White.
Part Number 12339-719, Sliding Shelf, Vented, 19” EIA wide x 2RMU x
18” I460 mm) Deep, 140 lb (63.5 kg) Capacity, Black.
Shelf surface is 17” wide by 18” deep (430 mm wide x 460 mm deep). Fits cabinets with
mounting rails set 14” to 24” (360 mm to 610 mm) in depth. Use in 19” EIA Wide x 22”
(560 mm) Deep SlimFrame Cabinets.
Part Number 12345-119, Sliding Shelf, Solid, 19” EIA wide x 2RMU x
24” (610 mm) Deep, 140 lb (63.5 kg) Capacity, Gray.
Part Number 12345-219, Sliding Shelf, Solid, 19” EIA wide x 2RMU x
24” (610 mm) Deep, 140 lb (63.5 kg) Capacity, Computer White.
Part Number 12345-719, Sliding Shelf, Solid, 19” EIA wide x 2RMU x
24” (610 mm) Deep, 140 lb (63.5 kg) Capacity, Black.
Shelf surface is 17” wide by 24” deep (430 mm wide x 610 mm deep). Fits cabinets with
mounting rails set 18” to 30” (460 mm to 760 mm) in depth. Use in 19” EIA Wide x 30”
(760 mm) Deep SlimFrame Cabinets.
Part Number 12346-119, Sliding Shelf, Vented, 19” EIA wide x 2RMU x
24” (610 mm) Deep, 140 lb (63.5 kg) Capacity, Gray.
Part Number 12346-219, Sliding Shelf, Vented, 19” EIA wide x 2RMU x
24” (610 mm) Deep, 140 lb (63.5 kg) Capacity, Computer White.
Part Number 12346-719, Sliding Shelf, Vented, 19” EIA wide x 2RMU x
24” (610 mm) Deep, 140 lb (63.5 kg) Capacity, Black.
Shelf surface is 17” wide by 24” deep (430 mm wide x 610 mm deep). Fits cabinets with
mounting rails set 18” to 30” (460 mm to 760 mm) in depth. Use in 19” EIA Wide x 30”
(760 mm) Deep SlimFrame Cabinets.
Part Number 11914-119, Sliding Shelf, Solid, 19” EIA wide x 2RMU x
32” (810 mm) Deep, 160 lb (72.6 kg) Capacity, Gray.
Part Number 11914-219, Sliding Shelf, Solid, 19” EIA wide x 2RMU x
32” (810 mm) Deep, 160 lb (72.6 kg) Capacity, Computer White.
Part Number 11914-719, Sliding Shelf, Solid, 19” EIA wide x 2RMU x
32” (810 mm) Deep, 160 lb (72.6 kg) Capacity, Black.
Shelf surface is 17” wide by 32” deep (430 mm wide x 810 mm deep). Fits cabinets with
moutning rails set 28” to 40” (710 mm to 1020 mm) in depth. Use in 19” EIA Wide x 36”
(910 mm) Deep SlimFrame Cabinets.
REQUIREMENTS
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Part Number 11913-119, Sliding Shelf, Vented, 19” EIA wide x 2RMU x
32” (810 mm) Deep, 160 lb (72.6 kg) Capacity, Gray.
Part Number 11913-219, Sliding Shelf, Vented, 19” EIA wide x 2RMU x
32” (810 mm) Deep, 160 lb (72.6 kg) Capacity, Computer White.
Part Number 11913-719, Sliding Shelf, Vented, 19” EIA wide x 2RMU x
32” (810 mm) Deep, 160 lb (72.6 kg) Capacity, Black.
Shelf surface is 17” wide by 32” deep (430 mm wide x 810 mm deep). Fits cabinets with
moutning rails set 28” to 40” (710 mm to 1020 mm) in depth. Use in 19” EIA Wide x 36”
(910 mm) Deep SlimFrame Cabinets.
Part Number 14061-119, Seismic Equipment Bracket for Cabinets, 19”
EIA wide x 1RMU, 15” to 32” (380 mm to 810 mm) Deep, Gray.
Part Number 14061-219, Seismic Equipment Bracket for Cabinets, 19”
EIA wide x 1 RMU, 15” to 32” (380 mm to 810 mm) Deep, Computer
White.
Part Number 14061-719, Seismic Equipment Bracket for Cabinets, 19”
EIA wide x 1 RMU, 15” to 32” (380 mm to 810 mm) Deep, Black.
Secure a single piece of equipment up to 16” (410 mm) wide or two pieces of equipment
with a combined width of 15” (380 mm). Equipment must be 15” to 32” (380 mm to 810
mm) in depth. Fits cabinets with moutning rails set 22” to 39” (560 mm to 990 mm) in
depth. Use in 19” EIA Wide x 22” (560 mm), 30” (760 mm) or 36” (910 mm) Deep
SlimFrame Cabinets.
Part Number 13083-119, Lockable Storage Drawer, 19” wide x 3 RMU
x 20” (510 mm) Deep, 100 lb (45.4 kg) Capacity, Gray.
Part Number 13083-219, Lockable Storage Drawer, 19” wide x 3 RMU
x 20” (510 mm) Deep, 100 lb (45.4 kg) Capacity, Computer White.
Part Number 13083-719, Lockable Storage Drawer, 19” wide x 3 RMU
x 20” (510 mm) Deep, 100 lb (45.4 kg) Capacity, Black.
Drawer top surface is 17.2” wide by 20” deep (530 mm wide x 510 mm deep). Drawer
extends 20” (510 mm). Fits cabinets with moutning rails set 24” to 39” (610 mm to 990
mm) in depth. Use in 19” Wide x 30” (760 mm) or 36” (910 mm) Deep SlimFrame
Cabinets. 2 RMU and 4 RMU shelves are also available.
F.
Installation Hardware (CPI C-Series SlimFrame Cabinet System)
1. Provide casters on each cabinet. Use casters to move the cabinet into place
before installing equipment in the cabinet. Casters will add no more than 3.7”
(94 mm) in height to the cabinet.
2. Provide additional equipment mounting hardware to attach equipment to the
equipment mounting rails in the cabinet.
3. Design Make shall be:
Chatsworth Products, Inc. (CPI),
C-Series SlimFrame Cabinet System:
Part Number 13204-001, Caster, Set of 4, Black.
Casters are used to move empty cabinets into place. Cabinets must be secured to the
floor before loading.
Part Number 12637-001, Cage Nuts and Screws, M6, 25 Pack, Gold.
Part Number 12638-001, Cage Nuts and Screws, #10-32, 25 Pack,
Zinc.
Part Number 12639-001, Cage Nuts and Screws, #12-24, 25 Pack,
Black.
Use in cabinets with square punched equipment mounting rails.
REQUIREMENTS
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Part Number 40605-001, Equipment Mounting Screws, Combination
Pan Head/Pilot Point, #12-24, 50 Pack, Zinc.
Part Number 40605-005, Equipment Mounting Screws, Combination
Pan Head/Pilot Point, #12-24, 50 Pack, Black.
Use in cabinets with threaded equipment mounting rails.
3.1
INSTALLATION
A.
Free-standing Equipment Cabinets (CPI C-Series SlimFrame Cabinet System)
1. Provide all components of the cabinet system (cabinet, mounting rails,
shelves, cable managers, PDUs or power strips, environmental sensors, and
thermal management accessories) from a single manufacturer.
2. Install and adjust to position all accessories including vertical cable
managers, vertical PDUs or power strips, equipment-mounting rails, airflow
baffles using the manufacturer’s installation instructions prior to baying
and/or placing the cabinet for attachment to the building. Shelves, horizontal
cable managers and filler panels, if used, may be installed after the cabinet is
placed.
3. Cabinets shall be secured to the structural floor using manufacturer’s
installation instructions and appropriate hardware as defined by local code or
the authority having jurisdiction (AHJ). Installers shall provide installation
hardware. When placed over a raised floor, secure the cabinet to the
structural floor through the raised floor panels using threaded rod.
4. When used in a multi-cabinet bay, cabinets shall be attached side-by-side
using included baying kits according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
5. Attach overhead ladder rack or cable tray to the ceiling, independent of the
cabinet. A 3” (75 mm) minimum clearance between the top of the cabinet and
the bottom of the ladder rack/cable tray shall be maintained. Ladder
rack/cable tray shall be positioned so that it does not interfere with hot air
exhaust through the cabinet’s top panel. Use radius drops where cable
enters/exits the ladder rack/cable tray. Alternately, attach ladder rack/cable
tray to the top of cabinets using an elevation kit so that ladder rack/cable tray
is a minimum of 3” (75 mm) above the cabinet.
Note: Seismic installations require additional bracing of cabinets and
overhead cable runways to building structure as advised by and certified by a
licensed structural engineer.
6. Cabinets shall be securely bonded to the Telecommunications Grounding
Busbar (TGB). Attach a bonding conductor sized as defined in J-STD-607-A
and as defined by local code or the authority having jurisdiction (AHJ)
between the Telecommunications Grounding Busbar and the cabinet. Attach
the bonding conductor to the cabinet using included hardware according to
the manufacturer’s installation instructions. The installer shall provide the
bonding conductor and other necessary hardware required to make the
connections between the cabinet and the Telecommunications Grounding
Busbar.
REQUIREMENTS
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