Luminetworx rack is compatible with all the leading OEMs such as Dell, HP and IBM servers and equipment, and they meet the EIA standards for 19″ server racks.  The 2Post Luminetworx rack, which works well for PoE Lighting installations with a variety of 2Post and 4Post rack models.  

Luminetworx rack

RACK TYPE 2 Post Rack, Open Frame
HOLE TYPE 10-32 or 12-24 threads
TECH NOTES High strength, 6005-T5 aluminum extrusion
Floor mounting holes front and rear.
Use 1/2″ bolts with a large washer to mount to the floor.
These relay racks must be anchored to the floor, wall or ceiling.
FINISH Clear or black, textured powder coat
ASSEMBLY NOTES 3/4″ wrench required
MOUNTING DEPTH RANGE 3″ side channels (76.2 mm)
RACK OUTSIDE DIMENSIONS Footprint: Width x Depth
20.25″ (514.4 mm) x 15″ (381 mm)
RACK MOUNT DEPTH 3″ side channels (76.2 mm)

Luminetworx rack

Luminetworx 2 post racks are primarily used to install communication and network equipment. Computing equipment can be installed in 2post server racks with the use of specialized rail kits. These rail kits allow the equipment to be installed in either a center mount or a flush mount configuration. Luminetworx rack kits is used to install lighting equipment in a two post server rack.

2 Post Data Racks are manufactured using two different methods – the highest quality server rack posts are extruded. This means the aluminum is formed and not bent. The second method used to make 2 post open frame racks is to bend flat sheets of aluminum or steel. These open frame relay racks are of lesser quality than the extruded 2 post relay racks. All of our 45U and 24U server racks are made from extruded aluminum and are the highest quality available.

All of our open frame relay racks are knock down(flat-packed) and ship ready-to-assemble, making it easier to handle and store until needed.

We promise you’re going to have a great experience. We’ll help you figure out what you need, get it to you fast, and we’ll stand behind it.


Warranty replacement excludes certain types of physical damage such as fire, flood/moisture, or tampering (in the circumstance that a fixture is improperly removed from its mount or connection causing it to fail).