SNE Series Security Network Enclosure

The Middle Atlantic SNE Series Security Network is the first seismic certified security-purposed cabinet exceeding a 1,000 lb. weight capacity. The SNE cabinet is also equipped with active and passive ventilation for hybrid and analog systems using equipme

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The Middle Atlantic SNE Series Security Network Enclosure is designed to meet the specific requirements of IP, analog and hybrid security systems. SNE is available in four configurations to fit system type, wiring needs, ventilation requirements and cabinet location.

SNE is the first seismic certified security-purposed cabinet exceeding a 1,000 lb. weight capacity when outfitted with new anchor brackets for concrete floors or seismic riser bases for raised floors.

A new selection of standard and seismic riser bases positions the SNE ideally for raised floor applications including under-cabinet cable management and mission critical applications requiring strength and reliability.

The SNE cabinet features Middle Atlantic’s Lever Lock™ system that facilitates cabling and device mounting options within the rack using unique tool-free cable management bars and accessory mounting plates.

The SNE series is optimized for use with hybrid systems using digital and analog equipment with active ventilation ideally suited for equipment rooms along with models for digital equipment with passive ventilation suited for data centers. 

SNE Series models are UL Listed with a 3,000 lb. load capacity and are available in 3 racking heights, 3 widths and 3 depths for systems of varying sizes.

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