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Equipment manufacturers tend to make their equipment front panel height slightly smaller than the allotted "U". A 1U rackmount server, for example, is 1.719". Likewise, a 2U or 4U server is also smaller than the allotted space by about 1/32 inch.How many 1U servers will fit in a rack?
A standard rack is 42U of space. You can technically fit 42x 1U servers in a rack, but, you need to consider other equipment (routers, switches, cable management, etc) which will all take up space. Power consumption is probably a more likely a limiting factor then space as 42 servers is going to take a LOT of power.How much is 1U rack space?
This unit of measurement refers to the space between shelves on a rack. 1U is equal to 1.75 inches. For example, a rack designated as 20U, has 20 rack spaces for equipment and has 35 (20 x 1.75.) inches of vertical usable space. Rack and cabinet spaces and the equipment which fit into them are all measured in U.What is 1U or 2U on rackmount?
For electronic equipment racks (e.g., 19 or 23 inches wide), the term 1U is used to define one rack unit of height. To be precise, 1U equals 1.75-inches (44.45mm) of rack height. Therefore, a 2U rack mount height would be 2 x 1.75", which equals 3.5-inches high.