Constructed from robust, hard-wearing powder coated steel, the new MineARC Charger Rack’s unique design offers optimal flexibility; allowing you to order a rack specific to your needs and products on site.
The option of a double-sided rack is available, or alternatively, multiple racks can sit flush side-by-side for a larger charging station.
Mix and match your modules to suit a variety of MineARC devices, or choose from the standard configurations shown below. Depending on device quantity, a one-, two- or three-module high rack might be most suitable.
Up to 6 rows can be installed on the MineARC Charging Rack with the ability to remove modules based on your site requirements.
|Model||Height (mm/inch)||Width (mm/inch)||Depth (mm/inch)||Weight (kg/lb)|
|1-Module (2 Rows)||833 / 33″||1330 / 52″||810 / 32″||87 / 192|
|2-Module (4 Rows)||1350 / 53″||1330 / 52″||810 / 32″||128.5 / 283|
|3-Module (6 Rows)||1865 / 73.5″||1330 / 52″||810 / 32″||170 / 375|
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