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If it is a 19 inch 1U switch it should work. BUT you need a desk thick enough to accept the screws that will hold this plus your switch without popping out the top of the desk. So you will probably need at minimum a one inch thick desk and screws that will go in at least a half an inch deep.
robotfan
· October 25, 2015
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It should work fine. Since this mounts to the wall and the top of the server will be facing up and the rest of the server hanging below it gravity should do the rest. My concern would be airflow through the server though. DELL PE servers are designed to sit horizontally flat and force air from front to back. Mounti… see more It should work fine. Since this mounts to the wall and the top of the server will be facing up and the rest of the server hanging below it gravity should do the rest. My concern would be airflow through the server though. DELL PE servers are designed to sit horizontally flat and force air from front to back. Mounting on this will have the fans pushing air down while the heat will want to rise up, so you may run into cooling problems mounting it this way. see less It should work fine. Since this mounts to the wall and the top of the server will be facing up and the rest of the server hanging below it gravity should do the rest. My concern would be airflow through the server though. DELL PE servers are designed to sit horizontally flat and force air from front to back. Mounting on this will have the fans pushing air down while the heat will want to rise up, so you may run into cooling problems mounting it this way.
Justin Scott
· November 7, 2015
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The screws it ships with are longer than one inch, so given what it ships with no. I'm sure you could use shorter screws, but then you'd have to be careful about how much weight you put in the rack. If mounting it on a desk, I'd consider drilling holes through the desk and then use nuts and bolts to secure it, not screws.
Dwight J Ricks
· May 26, 2015
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The RK219WALLV can be mounted to a tabletop. As long as you dual-CD player is server-rack-mountable or comes with brackets to allow it to mount in a standard, 19" wide server rack, this should work.
Matt, StarTech.com Support

StarTech-com
Manufacturer · April 16, 2020
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I’m not sure you’re talking about what is in the picture there.. because how on earth are you going to lay it flat on the console and attach something to it? it’s designed to go on the wall so you can mount something in it vertically.. Think of it like this.. the device you’re putting in this vertical mount is going to… see more I’m not sure you’re talking about what is in the picture there.. because how on earth are you going to lay it flat on the console and attach something to it? it’s designed to go on the wall so you can mount something in it vertically.. Think of it like this.. the device you’re putting in this vertical mount is going to be like a picture on the wall rather than a device laying on a shelf. I think what you’re talking about is a 6U wall mount bracket with a 16 to 20 inch depth. Is it possible that you responded to the wrong item on Amazon? see less I’m not sure you’re talking about what is in the picture there.. because how on earth are you going to lay it flat on the console and attach something to it? it’s designed to go on the wall so you can mount something in it vertically.. Think of it like this.. the device you’re putting in this vertical mount is going to be like a picture on the wall rather than a device laying on a shelf. I think what you’re talking about is a 6U wall mount bracket with a 16 to 20 inch depth. Is it possible that you responded to the wrong item on Amazon?
I want my $2 back
· May 24, 2020
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Not the ones i have purchased! Under no circumstance would I use drywall anchors on this rack unit. It must be solidly screwed to the wall structure (studs). Disaster would occur with drywall even uf Molly other toggle bolts are used. I answered another question that describes our mounting practices.
AgedWireHead
· October 18, 2019
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19" is the standard for rack mount equipment which is great. Then your mounting holes are 16" apart because that's the standard for wall studs.
Nathan Hall
· October 16, 2017
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Hi there,
I checked the specs, and I personally used 4 times the 2U, and 2 times the 3U, and they work perfectly for any 19" rackable equipments (mostly router, switches and patch panels)
in term of weight, the overall 15-16 lbs you got will be easily handled, but spend some time to do it on a proper wall, brick one, … see more
Hi there,
I checked the specs, and I personally used 4 times the 2U, and 2 times the 3U, and they work perfectly for any 19" rackable equipments (mostly router, switches and patch panels)
in term of weight, the overall 15-16 lbs you got will be easily handled, but spend some time to do it on a proper wall, brick one, not the "fake one" (plaster, or wood only)
For audio, I'm not sure if this is recommended to have them vertically, especially as the electronic and power stage maybe be sensitive to the heat, and probably you need to check this first. see less
Hi there,
I checked the specs, and I personally used 4 times the 2U, and 2 times the 3U, and they work perfectly for any 19" rackable equipments (mostly router, switches and patch panels)
in term of weight, the overall 15-16 lbs you got will be easily handled, but spend some time to do it on a proper wall, brick one, not the "fake one" (plaster, or wood only)
For audio, I'm not sure if this is recommended to have them vertically, especially as the electronic and power stage maybe be sensitive to the heat, and probably you need to check this first.

Fabien Magagnosc
· September 30, 2016
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This is a U3 for three data 24 patch panel, a 1 data switch and two 24 port patch panel, or a blade server 1data switch and patch panel. It is almost 6 in. from wall and out.
Ray
· January 24, 2019
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Yes, directions in box
Aaron
· October 31, 2016