Wirewerks Wall-Mount 12U Swing-Out Rack

Wirewerks’ Wall-Mount 12U Swing-Out Rack (WW001525) is a wall-mounted rack providing 12RU for 19" industry-standard 1U, 2U, or 4U patch panels and/or active equipment enclosures. The ‘off-the-floor’ wall-mount design is beneficial in any installation environment with limited floor space. The WW001525’s ‘swing-out mounting frame’ feature allows the frame to pivot out with either a left or right-hand swing, providing technician-friendly, easy access to the back panels of all installed devices and cabling.


  • Wall-mounted ‘off-the-floor’ rack is an effective space-saving alternative to floor-standing racks/cabinets in small rooms and spaces
  • Accepts any 19" industry-standard rack-mount patch panel or active equipment enclosure
  • TIA compliant 10-32 tapped rails with 19" mounting and rack unit indicators• Selectable left or right-hand swing to adapt to variable site conditions
  • Accepts panels/equipment with depths up to 12.90" (32.8cm) (measured from mounting ears to back panel)
  • Integrated Wirewerks CableGrip™ primary cable attachment and strain-relief devices are included
  • Integrated cable routing features, cable attachment points, and cable bend point protection manage, secure, and protect cables
  • Top Panel provides protected space for service loop/slack storage with formed-in bridge lances for cable attachment
  • Top Panel is factory-drilled for mounting of (optional) Wirewerks Open Spool take-up reel
  • Heavy-duty 13-ga. and 16-ga. steel components provide strength and durability
  • Tested to suggested load rating of 150 lbs (68.04kg)
  • Finished in matte black powder paint
  • Knockdown design ships flat for easy handling and storage, and reduced shipping costs
  • Fast, easy assembly (typically in 12-minutes or less) in a warehouse or on-site
  • Ships complete with all assembly hardware and instructions; wood screws for wall-mount installation; screws for mounting (optional) Wirewerks Open Spool take-up reel
  • Cable entry points in top and bottom of the rack