Panel frame C50, two-level, for CPS

LD 666425
Panel frame C50, two-level, for CPS
  8  Panel frame C50, two-level, for CPS

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Description

  • Two levels
  • T-shaped base
  • Power duct
  • Height: 84 cm
  • Width: 56 cm
  • Depth: 30 cm

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