The server cabinet is composed of a frame and a cover (door), and generally has a rectangular parallelepiped shape and is placed on the floor. It provides a suitable environment and security protection for the normal operation of electronic equipment. This is the first level assembly after the system level. A cabinet that does not have a closed structure is called a rack.
The server cabinets used in the early days were mostly made of castings or angle steels, which were connected or welded into the cabinet frame by screws, rivets, and a cover plate (door) made of thin steel plate. This type of cabinet is bulky, bulky, and has a neat appearance. With the use of transistors, integrated circuits, and various components, the device has been miniaturized, and the structure of the cabinet has also been miniaturized and modularized.
The server cabinet has evolved from the past full-panel structure to a plug-in structure with a certain size series. The insertion box and the assembly arrangement of the plug-in are divided into two types: horizontal arrangement and vertical arrangement. The server cabinet materials are generally made of thin steel plates, steel profiles of various cross-section shapes, aluminum profiles and various engineering plastics. In addition to welding and screwing, the frame of the server cabinet is also bonded.
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