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    Monoprice Wall Mount Bracket, 12.25X19X12 (inch) ,7U
    Product # 8628
    In Stock This item will ship on 9/24/2018 if ordered within 1 days 7 hours 12 minutes

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    What is the weight limit for this bracket?
    A shopper on Jan 12, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: The weight limit for this bracket is 35Kg, or about 77 lbs.
    How would you mount a shelf on top of this bracket? I see product ID 8631 and I understand how you'd put it on the bottom, but don't see how you'd mount it on top of this bracket, unless you occupy 1U of space. Basically, if I have a patch panel in the topmost slot of the bracket, how would I cover it from the top?
    Matt K on Sep 26, 2017
    Monoprice Wall Mount Bracket, 12.25X19X12 (inch) ,7U
    Monoprice Wall Mount Bracket, 12.25X19X12 (inch) ,7U
    Monoprice Single Sided Shelf, 3.5(H)X10(D)X19(W), 30Lbs
    Monoprice Single Sided Shelf, 3.5(H)X10(D)X19(W), 30Lbs
    BEST ANSWER: You could flip the shelf upside down and sandwich its ears between the patch panel and the rack rails...
    what screws do I use to mount this to a wall?
    GREGOR L on Dec 23, 2016
    BEST ANSWER: I used some regular wood screws to go through the drywall and into a stud. The spacing of the holes are lined up to standard wall stud centers.

    I would not recommend using hollow wall anchors.
    What type of metal is this made of? If steel, what gauge?
    A shopper on Jan 30, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: It is made of steel. I don't know the gauge.
    What are the dimensions on this?
    A shopper on Dec 18, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: A rack mount cabinet is 19 inches wide, made for equipment that is 19 inches wide actually. So you can look at the photo and get a good idea of the size of the cabinet.
    Is there a good way to ground this rack? I had a city building inspector looking at low voltage wires I run in my house and he mentioned that in professional installs they usually ground racks to avoid issues with static electricity when working around the rack.
    New User U on Jul 13, 2018
    Is there a weight limit to this bracket?
    John N on Jun 19, 2018
    4.3 / 5.0
    31 Reviews
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    Great for small installations
    I have purchased and used at least a half dozen of these units. I am an IT consultant by trade, and although I don't specialize in networking, I do quite a few for clients. While I of course prefer having full 42U cabinets in a dedicated server room, that isn't always an option. And that's where these little racks come in. They are compact enough to mount almost anywhere, and once installed look quite nice. I make sure I always have one on hand now for quick installations.

    While there are limitations to what you can fit in 7u of space, it is more than enough for many small businesses. I generally have a switch, a patch panel, a firewall, and a shelf (for the cable modem, etc). Most switches and rackmount routers and firewalls will fit easily- be sure to check the power cord clearance though. Mono price sells a shelf that fits perfectly, filling most of the depth- very nice for non-rack able equipment.

    Servers will generally not fit. BUT if you shop carefully for a short depth chassis it can be done. I have a full featured pc mounted to one of these racks in my closet for use as a media center. It also holds a rack mount amplifier as well as the patch panel for the speakers, hdmi connections, etc.

    When you first pick this unit up, it feels quite flimsy. It is just a "u" shaped piece of thin metal after all. If you put 4 screws into wall studs and mount something to the very top and very bottom position of the rack it will be much more stable (since you will have "boxed" it). You will want to tighten the screws on the equipment more than you would on a conventional rack, as the equipment will be adding structural rigidity.

    PROS: Inexpensive.
    Large enough for several pieces of equipment.
    Professional look when installed properly.
    Easy to mount in locations without space for a full rack.

    CONS: A bit flimsy until it is properly secured and populated.
    Finish can be scratched easily.
    July 8, 2012
    Bracket works well - But missing hardware (screws)
    The rack/bracket does what I needed at a good price. But even for a good I expect to receive all the hardware. I did not the 42 10/32 mounting screws were missing.

    PROS: Inexpensive

    CONS: Missing hardware - The 42 10/32 mounting screws were not included.
    May 18, 2014
    Great Form Factor
    Love this rack. Filled one all the way up for my whole house data wiring install. It easily accepted three 1U keystone patch panels, one 1U type 110 patch panel, one 1U power distribution unit, one 1U gigabit switch, and one 2U shelf. That's right: 8U worth of gear in 7U form factor. You can mount narrower items (e.x., type 110 patch panels) on top of the top 1U of the shelf if you only plan to store a few thin items (operator manual, etc).

    -1 star for not including anchors, mounting screws, bolts, washers, etc. I've come to expect this after buying 3 Monoprice TV mounts.

    -1 star for the rack using the smaller 10/32 size screws (some included), then shipping every other rack mount piece of gear you have with only 12/20 size screws. If you are prone to losing screws, pick up an extra bag (PID 8621).

    PROS: Inexpensive, great size, mounts easily.

    CONS: Uses smaller 10/32 screws. Does not include drywall anchors, mounting screws, bolts, washers, etc.
    November 4, 2012
    Good quality bracket
    Well built wall mounted standoff rack. Would have given it a rating of 10 but the packaging was poor (all protection was stuffed inside the bracket and nothing on the outside besides a plastic bag) and therefore the bracket arrived dented. Not worth shipping back for an exchange I will deal with the cosmetic issue.

    PROS: Solid and well finished steel. Precision cut and well threaded holes for equipment mounting

    CONS: Poor packaging
    September 21, 2014
    Perfect - add some shelves for more stability
    This thing is great for a small network. I added a patch panel and switch, flanked by a shelf on top and bottom, and this was perfect! The shelves increased stability, and added space for all the random knick-knacks that weren't rack-mountable. I was able to drill through the side very easily to add a handle on one side for pull-strings and some cable management. Will buy any time I don't need a major rack setup.

    PROS: Fits in tight spaces

    Just enough 'U's

    Pretty solid

    Plenty of hardware

    CONS: Could have some corner support to decrease the slight wobble, but that would decrease the available depth. Fixed by adding shelves.
    May 1, 2015
    Not deep enough for network switches
    Unfortunately this bracket will not work for most network switches. I bought a Netgear switch and then a Gigabit Ubiquiti switch and it's about a 1/4 too shallow to accomodate the switch and power cord coming out the back of the switch. I even bought a special 90 degree power cord adapter on Amazon and it still won't fully go into the bracket.

    Looking for something 13+ inches deeper now...
    April 8, 2017
    1 year ago
    Good budget rack
    Great low-cost rack for small network installations. 10-inch deep switches fit well in this rack, but I wish there was a deeper version for bigger switches. It would also be nice if the rack was a bit wider to allow more airflow around units and to allow for easier wire routing behind the rack when mounting patch panels. Overall, this is an unbeatable buy for a small, low-cost installation.

    PROS: Reinforced threads

    Sturdy construction
    July 16, 2014
    Bent edges and corners
    Similar to other reviews, the edges on my shelf were bent beyond 90 degrees and required manual unbending with a pair of pliers. Also, with very minor abuse the powder coat/paint flaked off, for example when unbending the edges, or when it was slid very slightly on the concrete surface it was sitting on. Overall I wish I spent more money on a better unit somewhere else. This isn't something you'll want to have to replace due to rust or have wobbling around with $100's of dollars worth of equipment in it.

    PROS: Low Cost

    CONS: Edges were bent beyond 90 degrees


    Poor powder coat / paint durability
    October 25, 2015
    Great Wall Mount Relay Rack
    love using this for small office applications. usually do two to three patch panels, plus the switch and a shelf to store wife router and other client devices.

    PROS: easy to install, great small scale installation

    CONS: none
    March 3, 2014
    Great, Affordable Rack Solution
    We have used about 10 of these so far. Great, affordable solution for a small wall-mount rack. Sturdy enough to handle the weight (assuming you use appropriately sized mounting bolts).. Works perfectly for a patch panel, one or two switches, and a 1U PBX. Switch serves as a shelf for the cable modem and wireless router. Room for all we need in a compact setup.

    PROS: Sturdy, affordable, compact.

    CONS: Haven't had any trouble with them
    February 10, 2016