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Rack Innovation at InfoComm 2019 In Middle Atlantic’s BGR Series

Booth 2500 – To celebrate 40 years of solid rack options for the AV industry, Middle Atlantic, a brand of LeGrand AV. gives a whole new twist to some annoying standard rack features. Megan Knedler of LeGrand/Middle Atlantic demonstrated some of the new features within their popular BGR series of racks to AV Nation’s Phil Cordell in Booth 2500 at InfoComm 2019. The changes take racks to the next level saving both time and space – they do it by going vertical!

Every rack in the BGR series has a new rail that features a square hole. The square hole allows for easy mounting of accessories and eliminates the need for rack screws. “No more round pegs in a square hole!” Megan notes. This simple innovation will save time on lacing bars, ties wraps, etc. There are also now slots along the rack rail that allow for vertical mounting of lever locks. By going vertical, BGR series will allow for tool freel vertical cable management anywhere in the rack. The new solution will be available to ship late summer 2019.

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