Konig & Meyer 19-Inch Plate
The Konig & Meyer 28306 XLR panel - 6 can be installed in one of your 19-inch racks. It can be used as a patch bay, for instance. The six holes are suitable for Neutrik D-series connectors, like XLR.
This is a 2U blank panel, easy to mount thanks to four pre-drilled holes. Thanks to the U profile, the size of the slits is minimised. The panel is made of steel and has a scratch-proof powder coating.
This 1U high panel is the perfect way to close off holes in your rack to dust, preventing your equipment from being damaged.
Though light of weight, these aluminium rack panels are very sturdy. They're perfect for filling the holes in your rack and thus prevent dust from coming in. Thanks to the U profile, the size of the slits is minimised.
This is the perfect filler for the open spaces in your flightcase. Thanks to the U profile, holes and slits between panels and equipment are as small as possible. These plates are made of lightweight aluminium and finished with a black coating.
This item is perfect to close large gaps in server racks or other large 19-inch racks with dozens of units of room. Finished with a black powder coating for a sleek look.
If there is still a sizeable hole in your rack, you are well-advised to cover it with this 4U panel. As it is made of aluminium, it is sturdy yet light of weight.
This 3U blind panel is perfect for the back of an amp rack (for instance) to keep the dust out and provide a safe barrier between the outside world and your valuable equipment. It's made of steel so it is very durable.
It is the perfect item to fill the holes in your 19-inch rack. This 3U high panel is great to keep dust out and extend the life of your precious equipment. As it is made of aluminium, this panel is light of weight.
This is a 2U high blank panel made of 2mm thick aluminium and finished with a sleek black coating. It is easily mounted with four rack bolts to keep dust out of your 19-inch rack.
This 2U plate will help to keep your amps properly cooled. As hot air rises, these plates are usually placed at the top of the rack.