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Lowell Manufacturing Company LRS Series
Desktop rack stands
Made in the United States with 100 percent certified U.S. steel, the LRS has a small footprint with just enough rack space (8 or 12RU) to hold smaller AV or IT equipment arrangements where space is limited and a full-sized cabinet is not needed. The compact design works as a freestanding rack or it can be bolted to a desk. Either way, it's ideal for convenient access to mounted electronics. The LRS desktop rack stand features 11-gauge steel rails on a 10-degree angle for easy viewing of mounted equipment. It's engineered to meet EIA rackmount standards and has a load capacity of 80lbs.
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