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FSR Top Shelf
FSR designed Top Shelf to provide an unobtrusive and secure enclosure for audio, video and network equipment. Top Shelf mounts to a wall close to the ceiling in locations without drop ceilings, or where space above the drop ceiling is limited. Top Shelf holds up to 4RU of equipment with multiple mounting locations for power as well as signal connections for easy installation. The unit's steel frame ensures the equipment will be securely mounted; and a plastic cover allows wireless signals to pass in and out of the enclosure unobstructed. The cover can be painted to match room décor, and the box can be mounted in the best location to ease wiring and visual impact.
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