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LIK DTIM24 and STLM32

LIK DTIM24 and STLM32

LIK DTIM24 and STLM32

(OP)
Hi

Does anyone have the depth of the DTIM24 and STLM32 with the lead attached on the back? I have a shelf within a cupboard that the current IPLDK100 installed and will be replaced with a UCP and above units. I only have a certain amount of space available.

Thanks

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RE: LIK DTIM24 and STLM32

Hi,

Can't give you dtim measurements but sltm32 module is 320mm plus the depth of the cable and power plug so allowing for a right angled power cord I would allow 360-370mm. Can you mount them vertically? These type of brackets work vertically and I have used them to mount sltm's at 90 degress so the cables came out the side as well, http://cdlnz.com/netracks/nr700/PP-VWB-3U You do need a 3 or 4U bracket as the dtim and sltm are not standard height.

C64

RE: LIK DTIM24 and STLM32

indeed allow 1.5 us for each unit

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