Middle Atlantic Earns Patent for RSH 1 RU Custom Rackshelf

Middle Atlantic Products today announced it has been awarded patent number 9,648,771 from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for its RSH Series 1 RU Custom Rackshelf. The 1 RU rackmount solution features the series’ innovative snap-together assembly that speeds up integration and a front-face design that addresses the need for quick and easy last-minute equipment installation and upgrades and for performing ongoing system maintenance.

Accommodating smaller devices that previously required a two-space shelf, the new single-space RSH Custom Rackshelf saves crucial rack space, conforming to ever-changing AV needs. Its tool-less, knockdown assembly greatly simplifies installations, while its mounting capabilities ensure a clean and professional look. Because its faceplate attaches to the shelf after installation, integrators can mount the shelf with or without a component. This unique face-after design addresses the need for quick and easy last-minute equipment installation and upgrades, and for performing ongoing system maintenance.

Leveraging Middle Atlantic’s patented UMS mounting pattern and offering a choice of 8- or 11.5-inch depths, integrators can attach additional small devices to the shelf, supporting mounting flexibility beyond larger AV system components. The new offering is tested to meet the highest standards in safety and reliability with a UL/ETL weight rating protecting installed equipment up to 35 pounds.

Middle Atlantic’s RSH selection provides complete flexibility to mount any custom device according to weight, size, and finish as well as accommodates multiple devices with simple mounting and clamping options. To ensure ease of ordering, Middle Atlantic offers an 11,000+ measured unit database. If a particular component isn’t listed, the company will measure and add it to this growing custom rackmount database.

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