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AtlasIED Attenuator Rack Mounting Plate

Holds up to 6 attenuators

Item # 978ATPL052

This pre-punched steel plate allows you to add up to 6 optional attenuators (example: Atlas AT35-RM ) to your rack.

This pre-punched steel plate allows you to add up to 6 optional attenuators (example: Atlas AT35-RM ) to your rack.

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$26.99 each

About the AtlasIED Attenuator Rack Mounting Plate

This pre-punched steel plate allows you to add up to 6 optional attenuators (example: Atlas AT35-RM) to your rack. If you're not using that many, the included black filler plugs can be employed to cover any unused spaces. The plate's flat black epoxy finish helps it blend in well with other rack-mounted devices.

This pre-punched steel plate allows you to add up to 6 optional attenuators (example: Atlas AT35-RM) to your rack. If you're not using that many, the included black filler plugs can be employed to cover any unused spaces. The plate's flat black epoxy finish helps it blend in well with other rack-mounted devices.


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Product highlights:

  • 14-gauge steel plate pre-punched to accommodate up to 6 attenuators (not included)
  • 2 rack units (2U) high
  • compatible with Atlas rack mountable volume controls
  • black filler plugs provided for covering unused spaces
  • flat black epoxy finish
  • 6 dial scales included for labeling
  • 19"W x 3-1/2"H x 5/8"D
  • weight: 1.6 lbs.
  • warranty: 3 years
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee
  • MFR # ATPLATE-052

What's in the box:

  • 1 Attenuator mounting plate
  • 6 Dial-scale overlays
  • 6 Large hole plugs
  • 6 Small hole plugs

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Overview: The Atlas ATPLATE lets you mount up to 6 Atlas RM attenuators (sold separately) in a 2U high, 19" wide rack space. Made from heavy-duty #14 ga. steel, finished in black epoxy, the ATPLATE is designed to handle the rigors of rack life while blending in with most rack finishes. Six dial-scale overlays are provided, each with 3M adhesive backing, along with large and small hole-plugs for filling unused attenuator spaces.

Compatibility: Atlas; AT10-RM, AT35-RM, and AT100-RM.

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which rack is used for this wall plate?
[ JORE  May 29, 2019 ]
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That plate works with most of the Atlas racks and cabinets. You can find the models we carry here: https://bit.ly/2wEz93k
[ Cosmo  Jun 05, 2019 ]  Staff
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I am using this in my Menchie's Frozen Yogurt store. I went to Lowe's and bought a commercial wire shelve to mount on the wall that has a 2" vertical lip that I used 5/16" machine screws and nuts to hang the plate on.
[ STEVE  Jun 04, 2019 ]

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