Icy Box IB-554SSK for 4x3.5" SATA/SAS HDD backplane into 3x5.25" bays
Icy Box IB-554SK for 4x3.5" SATA/SAS HDD backplane into 3x5.25" bays
Accordingly elaborate is the temperature control. The aluminium parts dissipate the heat. The 80-mm fan operates reliably and silently. If necessary it is easily removed or attached, no tools needed. For the case of a too high temperature there are optical and acoustic signals.
All moving parts are layed out for strongest strain. The trays and their locking mechanism are extremely fitting. They slide without resistance. The aluminium parts are electropolished.
Package Contents IB-554SSK
1x IB-554SSK backplane, 8x case screw,
18x HDD screw, 2x key, 2 sets of access and
HDD fail signal cable, 4x SATA cable, 1x manual Features - 4x 3,5" SATA or SAS HDD in 3x 5,25" bay
- 2x host connector (dual channel) for each SAS HDD
- Hard disk capacity not limited
- SATA host interface 3.0Gbit/s
- HDD tray with key lock
- LED for power and HDD access
- Visual LED and audio alarm for fan failure & over-heat
- Access-LED signal from HDD or host selectable
- 80x80mm cooling fan toolless removable
- Audio alarm mute switch button on the front
- Alarm temperature adjustable (45°C, 55°C, 75°C)
- Plug & Play and hot swap
- Support all OS systems
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- DOA Period:
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- RTB Period:
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