|A cage nut consists of a square nut in a spring steel cage which wraps around the nut. The cage has two wings that when compressed allow the cage to be inserted into the square holes in equipment racks, and when released hold the nut in position behind the hole. The nut is usually slightly loose in the cage to allow for minor adjustments in alignment. The most common use for cage nuts is to mount equipment in square-holed 19 inch racks (the most common type nowadays). Although some modern rack-mount servers have bolt-free fitting, other components such as shelves, networking hardware, UPSs and KVM switches still tend to be fitted using cage nuts.
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