New Stability for TV One Rackmount Units

TV One have developed a new long-armed rack kit to ensure a new stable support for their 19-inch rack units.

TV One announces the arrival of the new RM -110 long -armed rack kit. Produced due to customer demand, it is designed to give extra support of their 19 -inch rack units when installing them into a standard 19 -inch rack cabinet.


"TV One is dedicated to providing a high standard of customer service and part of that service is to listen to our customers' needs," explains Steven Mattingly, Managing Director of TV One, "we are constantly conducting our own market research to ensure that we provide the necessary equipment and accessories that our customers require from us and previous research indicated a need for a more secure rack -mounting system to be available for certain situations."

The RM -110 long -armed rackmount kit provides full stability and support when securing TV One's C2 -4000, C2 -5000, C2 -7000, A2 -2000 and A2 -7000 series to a 19" rackmount cabinet. This rack kit secures tightly to the TV One unit and has extendable arms on each side of the kit that can increase in length from 24 inches to 34 inches. These arms can slide freely or can be tightened and secured once the required length is achieved, enabling a secure fit to any 19 -inch rack cabinet up to 34 inches deep.

The RM -110 has a retail price of £50.00 (73.50) and is available to order now from the European Sales and Technical Department on +44 (0) 1843 873311 or at sales.europe@tvone.com.

For more information about TV One and their product range, please visit their website www.tvone.eu.

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