Scan code: LN83786 Manufacturer code: RM42300H-1FB

Chenbro 4U RM42300 Rackmount Server Case

Chenbro, 4U, Rackmount, RM42300 server case, 3x 5.25, 1x 3.5

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Scan code: LN83786 Manufacturer code: RM42300H-1FB
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Cost of purchase: £142.49
Total inc. interest: £148.35
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    ScanProtect is an enhanced warranty specifically designed and offered by Scan to reduce the risk of any mishap or damage to components during installation.

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Product Overview RM42300 (Supplied with RH Side 3 X 5.25" AND 1X 3.5" Drive Cage, LH Side Cover with 120mm Fan Behind) - Single Front Door

Supports M/B size up to 12"x 10.5"
Available for Rackmount or Stand-Alone installation
Dedicated 80mm fan for HDD cooling
Truly isolation anti-vibration design on internal HDD and drive cages
Card retainer to hold low profile and full height add-on cards
Optional front 120mm fan module with filter for add-on card cooling
Optional second 3x5.25" device cage to maximize configuration flexibility
Single door configuration
Supports PS/2 single or mini-redundant PSU
Features Form Factor 4U
M/B Form Factor ATX (12” x 9.6”)
Dimensions (Dx Wx H) 445 x 430 x 176 (mm), 17.5” x 16.9” x 6.9”
Drive Bays External 3.5":1
External 5.25":1
Internal 3.5":3
PSU Form Factor PS/2 Single or Mini-redundant
Indicators 1 x Power Status, 1 x HDD Activity, 2 x LAN Activity
Front Buttons Power On/Off, System Reset, 2 x USB 2.0
System Security Intrusion Switch, Key lock on front door
Cooling Fans Front: 1 x 120mm (T=25mm), PWM , Rear: 2x80mm (Option)
Expansion Slots 7 or 15 x Full Height
HDD Backplane N/A
Metal Thickness 1.2mm
Net Weight 9.5kg
Gross Weight 12.3kg
Front Bezel Option
Cubic Feet 3.44
Container Loading (Single Packing) 20’: 280, 40’: 582, 40’H: 664
Specifications
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Front/ Side/ Top Panel N/A
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Fans Included None
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Side Radiator Compatibility  
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Details
Duration:
12 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
7 days
RTB Period:
12 months
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