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12u 1100mm Deep UCoustic Sound Proof Server Cabinet,Passive

Signature Wood Finish UCoustic cabinets for boardroom and office

The Executive cabinet comprises the same specification as the standard UCoustic with the additional option of a real wood finish to blend elegantly with other office furniture – without compromising decibel attenuation, psychoacoustics, thermal performance or cabinet strength.

Standard finishes

Light oak
Maple
Finishes available to special order

Ash
Beech
Cherry
Sapele
Walnut
The UCoustic 9210 soundproof enclosure is available in active or passive configuration and three heights – 12U, 24U and 42U; all are 780 mm wide and 1100 mm deep.

Active units have two centrifugal fans in the rear doors to deal with higher heat loads – to ensure maximum energy efficiency, they are fitted with variable fan speed controls and temperature sensors.

Passive units rely purely on in built fans within the IT equipment, to move hot air through the cabinet to the exhaust chambers at the rear.

Let's be clear, an acoustic cabinet is designed to attenuate (reduce) the noise source and assist in the cooling of the equipment. Unfortunately removing heat means providing air paths and this in turn means that if the sound source is very loud then you WILL hear some noise emanating from the cabinet. The skill is to remove as much of the noise without detriment to the equipment. 

To further simplify the true meaning of our achievements we have set up a basic example you can listen to online. In brief what we are demonstrating is the effect of removing varying levels of noise from an original sound source. For this example we have a recording of an Intel Blade Chassis which was running around 78dBa. To simulate the effect of housing this server into a noise reducing enclosure we reduced the sound level down at varying levels and rerecorded the net results. It should be noted that this noise reduction is just that, a sound reduction and does not deal with the softening of the frequency levels that a UCoustic Cab will also provide, so the resulting noise should you be able to hear any is even easier on the ear. We started by removing only 2 decibels, which is the effect you will get by putting equipment into any metal 19"enclosure, then 10dBa, 20dBA and finally clicking on the last icon demonstrates the outstanding performance attained by the UCoustic Cab at 28.5dBa.



To listen to a comparison of our test results please follow the guidelines below: Clink on the first icon, the noise you will hear is an Intel blade server. What we need to try and recreate is the true 78dBA noise level of the original recording. Unless you have a sound meter this is impossible, however 78decibels is uncomfortable to human ears, its not deafening but you would not want to be sitting next to it in the office. We need you to adjust your PC speaker volume so that the white noise server noise that you hear is uncomfortable to the ear but not painful, see above chart for noise comparisons. Unfortunately most PC speakers are not powerful enough or have the frequency range to replicate the sound power and frequency combination of a blade server, so the likelihood is that the speakers will need to be fully turned up. Whilst we cannot guarantee the noise level you will be listening to, through trials we have carried out we are confident you will be able to replicate the experiment sufficient to show the varying levels of noise attenuation gained by putting active equipment within an UCoustic Cab. Once set do not readjust your speakers and simply click on each sound icon, finally clicking on the UCoustic Cab level and hear the difference!

Key features

Wardrobe style passive front and active rear doors on active
cabinet
Wardrobe style passive front and rear doors on passive cabinet
Active rear doors contain one centrifugal fan in each door; each fan has a speed controller and temperature sensor.
19” mounting angles fitted front and rear
Soundproof cable entry system
Six cable entry points via removable gland plates, three at the top and three at the bottom.
Load bearing castors
For maintaining the IT equipment, all doors and panels are easy to remove and refit
Cabinets are finished in USpace Black with Montana Blue highlights

View More
24u 1100mm Deep UCoustic Sound Proof Server Cabinet,Passive

Signature Wood Finish UCoustic cabinets for boardroom and office

The Executive cabinet comprises the same specification as the standard UCoustic with the additional option of a real wood finish to blend elegantly with other office furniture – without compromising decibel attenuation, psychoacoustics, thermal performance or cabinet strength.

Standard finishes

Light oak
Maple
Finishes available to special order

Ash
Beech
Cherry
Sapele
Walnut
The UCoustic 9210 soundproof enclosure is available in active or passive configuration and three heights – 12U, 24U and 42U; all are 780 mm wide and 1100 mm deep.

Active units have two centrifugal fans in the rear doors to deal with higher heat loads – to ensure maximum energy efficiency, they are fitted with variable fan speed controls and temperature sensors.

Passive units rely purely on in built fans within the IT equipment, to move hot air through the cabinet to the exhaust chambers at the rear.

Let's be clear, an acoustic cabinet is designed to attenuate (reduce) the noise source and assist in the cooling of the equipment. Unfortunately removing heat means providing air paths and this in turn means that if the sound source is very loud then you WILL hear some noise emanating from the cabinet. The skill is to remove as much of the noise without detriment to the equipment. 

To further simplify the true meaning of our achievements we have set up a basic example you can listen to online. In brief what we are demonstrating is the effect of removing varying levels of noise from an original sound source. For this example we have a recording of an Intel Blade Chassis which was running around 78dBa. To simulate the effect of housing this server into a noise reducing enclosure we reduced the sound level down at varying levels and rerecorded the net results. It should be noted that this noise reduction is just that, a sound reduction and does not deal with the softening of the frequency levels that a UCoustic Cab will also provide, so the resulting noise should you be able to hear any is even easier on the ear. We started by removing only 2 decibels, which is the effect you will get by putting equipment into any metal 19"enclosure, then 10dBa, 20dBA and finally clicking on the last icon demonstrates the outstanding performance attained by the UCoustic Cab at 28.5dBa.



To listen to a comparison of our test results please follow the guidelines below: Clink on the first icon, the noise you will hear is an Intel blade server. What we need to try and recreate is the true 78dBA noise level of the original recording. Unless you have a sound meter this is impossible, however 78decibels is uncomfortable to human ears, its not deafening but you would not want to be sitting next to it in the office. We need you to adjust your PC speaker volume so that the white noise server noise that you hear is uncomfortable to the ear but not painful, see above chart for noise comparisons. Unfortunately most PC speakers are not powerful enough or have the frequency range to replicate the sound power and frequency combination of a blade server, so the likelihood is that the speakers will need to be fully turned up. Whilst we cannot guarantee the noise level you will be listening to, through trials we have carried out we are confident you will be able to replicate the experiment sufficient to show the varying levels of noise attenuation gained by putting active equipment within an UCoustic Cab. Once set do not readjust your speakers and simply click on each sound icon, finally clicking on the UCoustic Cab level and hear the difference!

Key features

Wardrobe style passive front and active rear doors on active
cabinet
Wardrobe style passive front and rear doors on passive cabinet
Active rear doors contain one centrifugal fan in each door; each fan has a speed controller and temperature sensor.
19” mounting angles fitted front and rear
Soundproof cable entry system
Six cable entry points via removable gland plates, three at the top and three at the bottom.
Load bearing castors
For maintaining the IT equipment, all doors and panels are easy to remove and refit
Cabinets are finished in USpace Black with Montana Blue highlights

View More
42u 1100mm Deep UCoustic Sound Proof Server Cabinet,Passive

Signature Wood Finish UCoustic cabinets for boardroom and office

The Executive cabinet comprises the same specification as the standard UCoustic with the additional option of a real wood finish to blend elegantly with other office furniture – without compromising decibel attenuation, psychoacoustics, thermal performance or cabinet strength.

Standard finishes

Light oak
Maple
Finishes available to special order

Ash
Beech
Cherry
Sapele
Walnut
The UCoustic 9210 soundproof enclosure is available in active or passive configuration and three heights – 12U, 24U and 42U; all are 780 mm wide and 1100 mm deep.

Active units have two centrifugal fans in the rear doors to deal with higher heat loads – to ensure maximum energy efficiency, they are fitted with variable fan speed controls and temperature sensors.

Passive units rely purely on in built fans within the IT equipment, to move hot air through the cabinet to the exhaust chambers at the rear.

Let's be clear, an acoustic cabinet is designed to attenuate (reduce) the noise source and assist in the cooling of the equipment. Unfortunately removing heat means providing air paths and this in turn means that if the sound source is very loud then you WILL hear some noise emanating from the cabinet. The skill is to remove as much of the noise without detriment to the equipment. 

To further simplify the true meaning of our achievements we have set up a basic example you can listen to online. In brief what we are demonstrating is the effect of removing varying levels of noise from an original sound source. For this example we have a recording of an Intel Blade Chassis which was running around 78dBa. To simulate the effect of housing this server into a noise reducing enclosure we reduced the sound level down at varying levels and rerecorded the net results. It should be noted that this noise reduction is just that, a sound reduction and does not deal with the softening of the frequency levels that a UCoustic Cab will also provide, so the resulting noise should you be able to hear any is even easier on the ear. We started by removing only 2 decibels, which is the effect you will get by putting equipment into any metal 19"enclosure, then 10dBa, 20dBA and finally clicking on the last icon demonstrates the outstanding performance attained by the UCoustic Cab at 28.5dBa.



To listen to a comparison of our test results please follow the guidelines below: Clink on the first icon, the noise you will hear is an Intel blade server. What we need to try and recreate is the true 78dBA noise level of the original recording. Unless you have a sound meter this is impossible, however 78decibels is uncomfortable to human ears, its not deafening but you would not want to be sitting next to it in the office. We need you to adjust your PC speaker volume so that the white noise server noise that you hear is uncomfortable to the ear but not painful, see above chart for noise comparisons. Unfortunately most PC speakers are not powerful enough or have the frequency range to replicate the sound power and frequency combination of a blade server, so the likelihood is that the speakers will need to be fully turned up. Whilst we cannot guarantee the noise level you will be listening to, through trials we have carried out we are confident you will be able to replicate the experiment sufficient to show the varying levels of noise attenuation gained by putting active equipment within an UCoustic Cab. Once set do not readjust your speakers and simply click on each sound icon, finally clicking on the UCoustic Cab level and hear the difference!

Key features

Wardrobe style passive front and active rear doors on active
cabinet
Wardrobe style passive front and rear doors on passive cabinet
Active rear doors contain one centrifugal fan in each door; each fan has a speed controller and temperature sensor.
19” mounting angles fitted front and rear
Soundproof cable entry system
Six cable entry points via removable gland plates, three at the top and three at the bottom.
Load bearing castors
For maintaining the IT equipment, all doors and panels are easy to remove and refit
Cabinets are finished in USpace Black with Montana Blue highlights

View More
12u 1100mm Deep UCoustic Sound Proof Server Cabinet,Passive

Signature Wood Finish UCoustic cabinets for boardroom and office

The Executive cabinet comprises the same specification as the standard UCoustic with the additional option of a real wood finish to blend elegantly with other office furniture – without compromising decibel attenuation, psychoacoustics, thermal performance or cabinet strength.

Standard finishes

Light oak
Maple
Finishes available to special order

Ash
Beech
Cherry
Sapele
Walnut
The UCoustic 9210 soundproof enclosure is available in active or passive configuration and three heights – 12U, 24U and 42U; all are 780 mm wide and 1100 mm deep.

Active units have two centrifugal fans in the rear doors to deal with higher heat loads – to ensure maximum energy efficiency, they are fitted with variable fan speed controls and temperature sensors.

Passive units rely purely on in built fans within the IT equipment, to move hot air through the cabinet to the exhaust chambers at the rear.

Let's be clear, an acoustic cabinet is designed to attenuate (reduce) the noise source and assist in the cooling of the equipment. Unfortunately removing heat means providing air paths and this in turn means that if the sound source is very loud then you WILL hear some noise emanating from the cabinet. The skill is to remove as much of the noise without detriment to the equipment. 

To further simplify the true meaning of our achievements we have set up a basic example you can listen to online. In brief what we are demonstrating is the effect of removing varying levels of noise from an original sound source. For this example we have a recording of an Intel Blade Chassis which was running around 78dBa. To simulate the effect of housing this server into a noise reducing enclosure we reduced the sound level down at varying levels and rerecorded the net results. It should be noted that this noise reduction is just that, a sound reduction and does not deal with the softening of the frequency levels that a UCoustic Cab will also provide, so the resulting noise should you be able to hear any is even easier on the ear. We started by removing only 2 decibels, which is the effect you will get by putting equipment into any metal 19"enclosure, then 10dBa, 20dBA and finally clicking on the last icon demonstrates the outstanding performance attained by the UCoustic Cab at 28.5dBa.



To listen to a comparison of our test results please follow the guidelines below: Clink on the first icon, the noise you will hear is an Intel blade server. What we need to try and recreate is the true 78dBA noise level of the original recording. Unless you have a sound meter this is impossible, however 78decibels is uncomfortable to human ears, its not deafening but you would not want to be sitting next to it in the office. We need you to adjust your PC speaker volume so that the white noise server noise that you hear is uncomfortable to the ear but not painful, see above chart for noise comparisons. Unfortunately most PC speakers are not powerful enough or have the frequency range to replicate the sound power and frequency combination of a blade server, so the likelihood is that the speakers will need to be fully turned up. Whilst we cannot guarantee the noise level you will be listening to, through trials we have carried out we are confident you will be able to replicate the experiment sufficient to show the varying levels of noise attenuation gained by putting active equipment within an UCoustic Cab. Once set do not readjust your speakers and simply click on each sound icon, finally clicking on the UCoustic Cab level and hear the difference!

Key features

Wardrobe style passive front and active rear doors on active
cabinet
Wardrobe style passive front and rear doors on passive cabinet
Active rear doors contain one centrifugal fan in each door; each fan has a speed controller and temperature sensor.
19” mounting angles fitted front and rear
Soundproof cable entry system
Six cable entry points via removable gland plates, three at the top and three at the bottom.
Load bearing castors
For maintaining the IT equipment, all doors and panels are easy to remove and refit
Cabinets are finished in USpace Black with Montana Blue highlights

View More
Built to Order: 5-7 Days
£1673.95
£2008.74 Inc Vat.
Qty:
24u 1100mm Deep UCoustic Sound Proof Server Cabinet,Passive

Signature Wood Finish UCoustic cabinets for boardroom and office

The Executive cabinet comprises the same specification as the standard UCoustic with the additional option of a real wood finish to blend elegantly with other office furniture – without compromising decibel attenuation, psychoacoustics, thermal performance or cabinet strength.

Standard finishes

Light oak
Maple
Finishes available to special order

Ash
Beech
Cherry
Sapele
Walnut
The UCoustic 9210 soundproof enclosure is available in active or passive configuration and three heights – 12U, 24U and 42U; all are 780 mm wide and 1100 mm deep.

Active units have two centrifugal fans in the rear doors to deal with higher heat loads – to ensure maximum energy efficiency, they are fitted with variable fan speed controls and temperature sensors.

Passive units rely purely on in built fans within the IT equipment, to move hot air through the cabinet to the exhaust chambers at the rear.

Let's be clear, an acoustic cabinet is designed to attenuate (reduce) the noise source and assist in the cooling of the equipment. Unfortunately removing heat means providing air paths and this in turn means that if the sound source is very loud then you WILL hear some noise emanating from the cabinet. The skill is to remove as much of the noise without detriment to the equipment. 

To further simplify the true meaning of our achievements we have set up a basic example you can listen to online. In brief what we are demonstrating is the effect of removing varying levels of noise from an original sound source. For this example we have a recording of an Intel Blade Chassis which was running around 78dBa. To simulate the effect of housing this server into a noise reducing enclosure we reduced the sound level down at varying levels and rerecorded the net results. It should be noted that this noise reduction is just that, a sound reduction and does not deal with the softening of the frequency levels that a UCoustic Cab will also provide, so the resulting noise should you be able to hear any is even easier on the ear. We started by removing only 2 decibels, which is the effect you will get by putting equipment into any metal 19"enclosure, then 10dBa, 20dBA and finally clicking on the last icon demonstrates the outstanding performance attained by the UCoustic Cab at 28.5dBa.



To listen to a comparison of our test results please follow the guidelines below: Clink on the first icon, the noise you will hear is an Intel blade server. What we need to try and recreate is the true 78dBA noise level of the original recording. Unless you have a sound meter this is impossible, however 78decibels is uncomfortable to human ears, its not deafening but you would not want to be sitting next to it in the office. We need you to adjust your PC speaker volume so that the white noise server noise that you hear is uncomfortable to the ear but not painful, see above chart for noise comparisons. Unfortunately most PC speakers are not powerful enough or have the frequency range to replicate the sound power and frequency combination of a blade server, so the likelihood is that the speakers will need to be fully turned up. Whilst we cannot guarantee the noise level you will be listening to, through trials we have carried out we are confident you will be able to replicate the experiment sufficient to show the varying levels of noise attenuation gained by putting active equipment within an UCoustic Cab. Once set do not readjust your speakers and simply click on each sound icon, finally clicking on the UCoustic Cab level and hear the difference!

Key features

Wardrobe style passive front and active rear doors on active
cabinet
Wardrobe style passive front and rear doors on passive cabinet
Active rear doors contain one centrifugal fan in each door; each fan has a speed controller and temperature sensor.
19” mounting angles fitted front and rear
Soundproof cable entry system
Six cable entry points via removable gland plates, three at the top and three at the bottom.
Load bearing castors
For maintaining the IT equipment, all doors and panels are easy to remove and refit
Cabinets are finished in USpace Black with Montana Blue highlights

View More
Built to Order: 5-7 Days
£2459.95
£2951.94 Inc Vat.
Qty:
42u 1100mm Deep UCoustic Sound Proof Server Cabinet,Passive

Signature Wood Finish UCoustic cabinets for boardroom and office

The Executive cabinet comprises the same specification as the standard UCoustic with the additional option of a real wood finish to blend elegantly with other office furniture – without compromising decibel attenuation, psychoacoustics, thermal performance or cabinet strength.

Standard finishes

Light oak
Maple
Finishes available to special order

Ash
Beech
Cherry
Sapele
Walnut
The UCoustic 9210 soundproof enclosure is available in active or passive configuration and three heights – 12U, 24U and 42U; all are 780 mm wide and 1100 mm deep.

Active units have two centrifugal fans in the rear doors to deal with higher heat loads – to ensure maximum energy efficiency, they are fitted with variable fan speed controls and temperature sensors.

Passive units rely purely on in built fans within the IT equipment, to move hot air through the cabinet to the exhaust chambers at the rear.

Let's be clear, an acoustic cabinet is designed to attenuate (reduce) the noise source and assist in the cooling of the equipment. Unfortunately removing heat means providing air paths and this in turn means that if the sound source is very loud then you WILL hear some noise emanating from the cabinet. The skill is to remove as much of the noise without detriment to the equipment. 

To further simplify the true meaning of our achievements we have set up a basic example you can listen to online. In brief what we are demonstrating is the effect of removing varying levels of noise from an original sound source. For this example we have a recording of an Intel Blade Chassis which was running around 78dBa. To simulate the effect of housing this server into a noise reducing enclosure we reduced the sound level down at varying levels and rerecorded the net results. It should be noted that this noise reduction is just that, a sound reduction and does not deal with the softening of the frequency levels that a UCoustic Cab will also provide, so the resulting noise should you be able to hear any is even easier on the ear. We started by removing only 2 decibels, which is the effect you will get by putting equipment into any metal 19"enclosure, then 10dBa, 20dBA and finally clicking on the last icon demonstrates the outstanding performance attained by the UCoustic Cab at 28.5dBa.



To listen to a comparison of our test results please follow the guidelines below: Clink on the first icon, the noise you will hear is an Intel blade server. What we need to try and recreate is the true 78dBA noise level of the original recording. Unless you have a sound meter this is impossible, however 78decibels is uncomfortable to human ears, its not deafening but you would not want to be sitting next to it in the office. We need you to adjust your PC speaker volume so that the white noise server noise that you hear is uncomfortable to the ear but not painful, see above chart for noise comparisons. Unfortunately most PC speakers are not powerful enough or have the frequency range to replicate the sound power and frequency combination of a blade server, so the likelihood is that the speakers will need to be fully turned up. Whilst we cannot guarantee the noise level you will be listening to, through trials we have carried out we are confident you will be able to replicate the experiment sufficient to show the varying levels of noise attenuation gained by putting active equipment within an UCoustic Cab. Once set do not readjust your speakers and simply click on each sound icon, finally clicking on the UCoustic Cab level and hear the difference!

Key features

Wardrobe style passive front and active rear doors on active
cabinet
Wardrobe style passive front and rear doors on passive cabinet
Active rear doors contain one centrifugal fan in each door; each fan has a speed controller and temperature sensor.
19” mounting angles fitted front and rear
Soundproof cable entry system
Six cable entry points via removable gland plates, three at the top and three at the bottom.
Load bearing castors
For maintaining the IT equipment, all doors and panels are easy to remove and refit
Cabinets are finished in USpace Black with Montana Blue highlights

View More
Built to Order: 5-7 Days
£3089.95
£3707.94 Inc Vat.
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