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Sanus CASBP1

Steel flanged blanking panel

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Item # 051CASBP1

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About the Sanus CASBP1

This blanking panel fits in your Sanus steel component rack and is flanged to allow airflow into the cabinet. This airflow helps keep stored components cool and operating optimally. The metal shelf is coated with a durable powder-coated finish that resists scratches.

Product highlights:

  • blanking panel
  • designed to conceal 1 standard-height component
  • durable powder-coated finish
  • ventilation openings in panel allow passive air circulation
  • 19-1/8"W x 2"H
  • warranty: 60 days
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee
  • MFR # CASBP1

What's in the box:

  • 1U steel flanged blanking panel

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1U Steel Flanged Blanking Panel: The Sanus Component Series CASBP1 1U steel flanged blanking panel maintains consistent airflow to prevent improper cooling or heating of AV components inside an AV rack. It features solid construction and durable powder-coated finish.

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Crutchfield asked: Why did you buy this?
My power conditioner has to accommodate plugs that are more than 1 rack unit. I'm going to use this one to cover the space that will be left open for those plugs. This way the front of the rack will look neater. Because the power conditioner doesn't create a lot of heat itself, I don't worry about needing vents to let hot air out. [ Ricardo  Aug 26, 2018 ]
needed a "gap" between my receiver and surge protector on my sanus rack system to dissipate any possible heat that would be coming off the top of the stereo receiver. [ Baladsino  Oct 05, 2017 ]

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