ICY DOCK EZ Convert Pro Enterprise Converter
ICY DOCK EZ Convert Pro MB982IP-1S-1, 2.5" to 3.5" SAS/HDD/SSD Mounting Kit, Screw-less, Anti-Vibration, 6Gbp/s
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Protect against installation damage for 28 days.
ScanProtect is an enhanced warranty specifically designed and offered by Scan to reduce the risk of any mishap or damage to components during installation.
Our aim with ScanProtect is to encourage our customers to upgrade or build their own PC confidently. For a small additional fee our customers are provided with complete peace of mind.
Enterprise Full Metal SAS HDD/SSD Converter
In order to provide a pure 2.5” to 3.5” SAS conversion, Icy Dock is proud to introduce the new EZConvert Pro MB982IP-1S-1 2.5” SAS/SATA to 3.5” SAS HDD / SSD Converter. The MB982IP-1S-1 is an addition to the already popular MB982 enterprise series, with an emphasis on industrial level SAS storage applications. This product is designed using the dimensions, connection locations, and mounting hole positions of a standard 3.5” SAS or SSD drive. The converter is designed specifically to be used for 2.5” SAS/SATA drives that are required in 3.5” SAS internal hard drive bays of tower and rackmount chassis, as well as with SAS backplanes or hot swap modules.
Creating the Best Environment to Cool Any SAS SSD
The MB982IP-1S-1 utilizes a full metal design, thus creating the best environment to cool any 10K, 15K RPM SAS mechanical or enterprise SAS solid state drive, meanwhile, the rock solid construction is ideal for industrial, enterprise, and military related applications. Improving upon the MB982IP-1S, the MB982IP-1S-1 uses a completely standardized SAS connection in order to be fully compatible with various SAS backplanes. To accommodate various hard drive heights, we have included our Smart-Fit Technology, allowing security of the drive whether it is a thinner 7mm or a thicker 15mm.
Express and Simple Installation
The MB982IP-1S-1 also includes most of the features that you already expect from an Icy Dock product: an effortless installation process without any tools or screws, plenty of ventilation slots to keep any drive used running cool and efficient, and a unique and stylish design. The top, front and rear allow exceptional airflow, and a special vent on the bottom gives the user visual confirmation that the drive has made a secure connection.
• Compatible with Most 3.5" SAS HDD Backplanes, Rackmounts and Hot Swap Devices.
• Designed for System Integrators and IT Professionals.
• Screw-less Design For Quick & Easy Installation.
• Full Metal and Heavy Duty with Easy Access to Drives.
• Compatible with 15mm height drives.
• Airflow Vents for Heat Dissipation with Anti-vibration Design.
• Supports SAS 2.0 and SATA 6Gbp/s
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