About the Sanus CALT01
Rack-mounted systems are great, but sometimes it can get pretty dark in that cabinet. The Sanus CALT01 task light solves that problem by providing powerful illumination, making it easy to see your component's front panel. The light is rack-mountable, and is designed for use with the CAPT01-B1 Multi-Volt Power Supply. The light's cover flips up easily to change bulbs.
What's in the box:
- Rack-mountable LED task light
- 39" DC power cord with DC power plugs at both ends (attached to light)
- Instruction Manual
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More details on the Sanus CALT01
Overview: The Sanus CALT01, part of the Sanus EcoSystem, is a rack-mountable LED task light designed for use in an AV rack. The light contains 21 bright white LEDs for illuminating the front panel of your rack-mounted components for easy viewing. The CALT01 has standard rack-mount ears (for a 19" rack) and fits into a single rack unit (1U) space. The CALT01's cover is hinged, allowing you to flip it up to access the light, or flip it down for a clean look.
Note: The CALT01 does not include rack screws (requires 10-32 x 3/4" screws)
Power Connections: The CALT01 task light has a DC power connector with an attached 39" DC power cord. The CALT01 has a 12-volt, 0.14-amp rated input, and plugs into the Sanus CAPT01 Multi-volt Power Supply. The CALT01 does not have a power switch, but rather is turned on and off by the CAPT01 power supply.
Sanus EcoSystem: The Sanus EcoSystem is a fully customizable accessory that serves as the single power source for all low-voltage equipment in a rack. The CAPT01 MultiVolt Power Supply powers the other rack accessories, including ventilating fans, equipment lights, and temperature gauges.
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