full to half rack cable trays

Posted on 2016-07-28
Last Modified: 2016-07-31
I have a 42U and half rack next to each other. I am trying to find some type of cable tray to run cables out the top of the full rack to the half rack. Does anyone have any suggestions?
Question by:Leigh Kalbli
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by:Anthony Minnocci
ID: 41733766
We have used d rings to run cables up the rack. We just used generic ones, and they have worked pretty well.

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by:Leigh Kalbli
ID: 41733767
Thanks for the reply. Any chance you have a picture and I can see how it looks.

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Anthony Minnocci earned 500 total points
ID: 41733775
here you go, IMG_20160728_163453.jpg it rotated to the right, but it does up and down the side of the racks.

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