Silverstone 4U SST-RMB41-W 60x 2.5” Hard Drive transport protection & collection chassis with window

4U Silverstone 60x 2.5” HDD protection & collection chassis, with window

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Product Overview The SilverStone RMB series are chassis or cabinets designed for conveniently storing large quantity of hard drives. RMB41 is capable of accommodating 60 pcs of hard drives and allowing simultaneous insertion of different brands of hard drive trays. For safety and protection, anti-static EPE material is used for shock protection. There are also labeling on the front panel to help manage stored hard drives with ease with support for *tool-less rail making rackmount integration a cinch. For data center engineers and server storage professionals, they will find RMB41 to be a great way to increase hard drive capacity in the most efficient way possible.
* Fits tool-less rail slide – RMS03-24

Features • 4U sized hard drive storage cabinet for sixty 2.5” hard drives.
• Extra room for storing 2.5” hard drive and hot-swap drive tray simultaneously.
• Antistatic polyethylene shock-proof cushioning material.
• Labeling on the front panel for convenient management.
• Tool-less rail design for mounting in server rack cabinets.
• Top cover designed for quick hard drive retrieval.

Model No. SST-RMB41-W (with window)
Material SGCC , Anti-static EPE
Space fit 2.5” HDD/SSD with drive tray
Capacity Each basket capacity: 12 x 2.5” HDD/SSD
Total capacity: 60 x 2.5” HDD/SSD
Main metal thickness 1mm
Net Weight 14.3Kg (RMB41-W)
Max. HDD tray size 78mm (W) x 20mm (H) x 158mm (D)
Dimension 430mm (W) x 175mm (H) x 612.5mm (D)

Rail Sliding
Material SPCC with zinc plating
Max. supported weight 45kg
Net Weight 1.14kg
Dimension 610mm (W) x 40.1mm (H) x 9.5mm (D)
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Front/ Side/ Top Panel N/A
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Fans Included None
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Bottom Radiator Compatibility  
Rear Radiator Compatibility  
Side Radiator Compatibility  
Window No
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Max VGA Card Length  

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Silverstone 4U SST-RMB41-W 60x 2.5” Hard Drive transport protection & collection chassis with window
Silverstone 4U SST-RMB41-W 60x 2.5” Hard Drive transport protection & collection chassis with window