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Has anyone rackmounted their Germanium PSU?
Old 8th February 2007
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Has anyone rackmounted their Germanium PSU?

I figure this can be done with 2 simple L-Brackets bolted to the side. Has anyone successfully done this and if so where can i buy the materials?
Old 8th February 2007
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As long as there are secure mount points on the side of the psu to fasten L brackets to, any metal or fab shop should be able to bang out a pair for you in 1/2 hour if you have all the dimensions for the bend and holes to be drilled. All the shop needs is a break and a drill press to bend 16ga steel. Minimum I would use would be 18ga or it will be too flimsy.

Shouldn't cost you more than $30. How about a rack mounted shelf as it would be about the same price and you can put other power supplies on there too.
Old 8th February 2007
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Hey
Why not try one of these . . .
http://www.mercenary.com/racktrayutr1.html

It's affordable, and you will have room for more PSU's when you expand.

Old 8th February 2007
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Hey
Why not try one of these . . .
http://www.mercenary.com/racktrayutr1.html

It's affordable, and you will have room for more PSU's when you expand.

Yup. I bought one of these and it worked great for the Germ power supply. Best option IMO.

Good luck.

TJ
Old 8th February 2007
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awesome thanks!
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