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I don't have one in my hands to check at the moment. It comes with cage nuts--M5 or M6--don't remember which, but perhaps both. The old cage nuts I used were #12, not 1/4 x 20, but close to the same size. Close is not always good enough. You need a solid place to mount this, probably more than most desk panels prov… see more I don't have one in my hands to check at the moment. It comes with cage nuts--M5 or M6--don't remember which, but perhaps both. The old cage nuts I used were #12, not 1/4 x 20, but close to the same size. Close is not always good enough. You need a solid place to mount this, probably more than most desk panels provide, so you probably need to reinforce the desk. Also under a desk provides no air flow. I have messed with a sound board that was installed with equipment hidden on a rack under the desk. Bad idea in my opinion. Almost impossible to mess with the cables and my legs get hot when I sit there. see less I don't have one in my hands to check at the moment. It comes with cage nuts--M5 or M6--don't remember which, but perhaps both. The old cage nuts I used were #12, not 1/4 x 20, but close to the same size. Close is not always good enough. You need a solid place to mount this, probably more than most desk panels provide, so you probably need to reinforce the desk. Also under a desk provides no air flow. I have messed with a sound board that was installed with equipment hidden on a rack under the desk. Bad idea in my opinion. Almost impossible to mess with the cables and my legs get hot when I sit there.
AgedWireHead
· January 20, 2021
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Really depends on how much weight you put on it. I would mount a piece of plywood and then put the wall mount on it.
Amazon Customer
· May 6, 2019
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The RK619WALLV is intended to be mounted on a wall vertically or under a desk horizontally. It will sit flat against the surface it is mounted to.

Dan, StarTech.com Support

StarTech-com
Manufacturer · December 27, 2017
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The max weights supported are listed above in a chart for each size 6u, 4u, 2u...
RFroth
· March 20, 2020
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Yep, that will work. I have two 1u switches mounted vertically in my house. I attached a piece of plywood to the studs and then attached the wall mount to that.
nbacon
· October 11, 2016