Middle Atlantic Sliding Keyboard Shelves
MA-KB-SS Sliding Keyboard Shelf
Rackmount sliding keyboard shelves from Middle Atlantic bring a great commodity to the table or rack in this case. By eliminating the need for big cable runs or having to install some sort of desk next to your racking unit, these units save you a ton of space and time.
MA-RM-KB: The slide-out RM-KB rackmount computer keyboard occupies one rackspace and includes a high-quality, full 101 key AT style keyboard with touchpad. The articulating arm provides effective cable management. Complete with 12” keyboard and USB adapter. Finished in a durable black powder coat. *
* Note: PS2 models of the RM-KB are still available upon request.
MA-KB-SS: The KB-SS rackmount computer keyboard shelf occupies 1-3/4" (1 rackspace) and accommodates most standard small-pattern keyboards. The shelf provides a 15-15/16" useable width. An articulating arm hinges to provide effective cable management. Finished in durable black powder coat.
|MA-KB-SS||19"||1.75" (1U)||17" - 25"||13.3 lbs|
|MA-RM-KB||19"||1.75" (1U)||17" - 25"||15.2 lbs|
|MA-KB-SS||Sliding Keyboard Shelf||1U||13.3 lbs|
|MA-RM-KB||Slide-Out Keyboard Shelf w/ USB Keyboard||1U||15.2 lbs|
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Comments about Keyboard Sliding Shelf - 1.75" (1 Rack Space):
This is a sturdy, well-made keyboard tray that's perfect for keeping rack-mounted keyboards accessible, but out of the way when they're not in use. It has a great feature: the "articulating arm", which expands and contracts behind the tray as the keyboard is pulled out for use and pushed back into the rack. The arm smoothly routes keyboard cables and keeps them from being pinched, pulled, crushed or overbent as the tray is moved.