In-Win IW-R400-03 4U Rack Server Chassis w/ Lockable Door - Ideal for CCTV Applications

4U In-Win IW-R400-03 Rack Server Chassis Lockable

In Win
Scan code: LN86743 Manufacturer code: IW-R400-03 Request call
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Monthly Payment: £25.77
Instalment Rate: 14.9% p.a. (fixed)
Cost of purchase: £148.49
Total inc. interest: £154.61
Monthly Payment: £13.33
Instalment Rate: 14.9% p.a. (fixed)
Cost of purchase: £148.49
Total inc. interest: £159.96
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Product Overview Economical Industrial 4U Server Chassis

PS2 or redundant power supply options
Lockable front door for data security
Screwless adjustable card retainer for low profile or full height PCI card
Utilizes 5.25" drive bay x 6 with In Win storage kits
Convertible to tower with optional kit
Tool-free design for easy installation & lower maintenance cost

Features tandard EIA-RS310D
M/B Form Factor ATX (12" x 9.6"), CEB (12" x 10.5"), EEB (12" x 13")
Dimensions (D x W x H) w/o Front Panel 560 x 482.6 x 178 mm
(22" x 19" x 7")
Drive Bay External: 5.25" x 6, 3.5" x 2
Internal: 3.5" x 2, 2.5" x 1
Power Supply Supports
? Form Factor: PS2 or 1+1 Mini-Redundant
? Watt: PS2 up to 600W, Mini-Redundant up to 500W
Indicator Power Status, HDD/LANs, System Fail Activity LEDs
Front Control Panel Power Switch, System Reset, USB 2.0 x 2
Security Intrusion Switch
Cooling Fan Supports 80 x 25 mm PWM Rear Fan x 2
Expansion Slot Full Height PCI Slot x 7
Material Material: SGCC
Thickness: 1.0 mm
Packaging Dimensions (D x W x H) 758 x 636 x 348 mm
Shipping Information Net Weight: 13.7 Kg
Gross Weight: 20.1 Kg
Cubic Feet: 5.92
Case Edition  
Case Form Factor  
Motherboard Form Factor  
Front/ Side/ Top Panel N/A
Drive Bays  
Expansion Slots  
Fan Bays  
Fans Included None
Front Radiator Compatibility  
Top Radiator Compatibility  
Bottom Radiator Compatibility  
Rear Radiator Compatibility  
Side Radiator Compatibility  
Window No
Power Supply Form Factor  
Max PSU Length  
Max CPU Cooler Height  
Max VGA Card Length  

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12 months
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DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
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Manufacturer Contact Details
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