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LED-backlight Console Drawer for At-the-Rack Server Access - Now Available

Posted on March 21, 2013 by Paula Alves

Looking for  fast and dependable at-the-rack access to your servers for deployment, administration and maintenance activities? Now with Raritan’s  T1700-LED Console Drawer, with a LED-backlight LCD display, you can get consolidated access to multiple servers from a single location and get energy savings.

Connecting to your existing analog or digital KVM switches, Raritan’s T1700-LED combines video, keyboard and touchpad functionality to enable the use of a single workstation to manage a rack, or multiple racks of servers.

Raritan’s T1700-LED is designed with an Energy Efficient LED-backlight LCD display which reduces energy consumption up to 20-50%, over current LCD cold cathode fluorescent (CCFL) back-lit technology.  The LED-backlight technology provides for better contrast and brightness, greater color range, and more rapid response to changes in scene and more accurate image rendering for a clean, crisp display.

Download our spec sheet or visit http://www.raritan.com/products/console-drawers/T1700-LED-Console-Drawer to learn more.


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