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Adjusting the height and declivity of drawer-mounted equipment in an EIA rack from the front without disturbing the equipment is described in this article.
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Height and Declivity Adjuster for Rack-Mounted Equipment
Adjusting the height and declivity of drawer-mounted equipment in an EIA
rack from the front without disturbing the equipment is described in this article.
The equipment is assembled into the rack using an adjuster assembly
(shown in figure) on each side of the drawer, between the interior face of the
mounting rack 1 and the front face of the drawer slide 2. Screwdriver adjustment
is made from the front of rack 1 through hole 3. Clamp screw 4 must be
slackened before adjustment and tightened afterwards through rack hole 5.
Equipment can be mounted either on slides or on rigid angle supports to the
The adjuster assembly consists of two main blocks 6 and 7 and a captive nut 8. Screw 9 is used for adjusting only. Screw 4 is used for clamping only. Block 6
is used to mount the equipment support features and has an angled face 10 for
captive nut 8 to bear against. When screw 9 is turned clockwise, nut 8 moves
co-axially forward without rotating within its captive space, bearing against
angled face 10 to raise block 7 with respect to block 6. Turning screw 9
counterclockwise causes nut 8 to move backwards allowing gravity loading to
lower block 7 down onto the new face position of screw 9.
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