ICY DOCK Ultra Slim/Slim ODD Bracket & Dual 2.5" SAS/SATA HDD/SSD Hot Swap Cage
By DPD On 19th Jun 2019
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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.
The ExpressCage MB732SPO-B is perfect in systems needing to maximize their space efficiency; Small-form factor systems, Home-Theater PCs with media collections on drives and discs, and photo/video editors working with traditionally stored files and files stored on DVDs and Blu-Rays.
The ExpressCage MB732SPO-B is designed to unlock the full potential of the external 5.25” bay. By combining a slim/ultra-slim CD-ROM/DVD/Blu-Ray disc reader bay and 2x hot-swappable 2.5” HDD/SSD bays, the MB732SPO-B provides a dense unified solution for managing optical disks, hard drives, and SSDs for small-form-factor and home-theater PC (HTPC) systems, without compromising storage or expandability.
The MB732SPO-B comes with a multifunctional detachable faceplate for the CD-ROM/DVD/Blu-Ray ODD slot. When no disc reader is installed, or when using an ultra-slim (9.5mm) disc reader, the faceplate becomes a protective front dust cover, protecting your internal components from overheating due to accumulated dust blocking ventilation holes. The faceplate can be easily hidden and stored inside of the enclosure with a specially design housing spot for the faceplate.
To install a slim ODD (12.7mm height), simply insert your slim ODD into the MB732SPO-B and secure the device with included screws. The Multifunctional ODD bay faceplate can also be used as a spacer when a thinner ultra slim ODD (9.5mm height) is installed.
Each drive bay has its own power switch, saving power when not in use. Because you don’t have to physically remove the drive, using the power switch protects the internal connectors from wear and erosion of their protective coatings.
The ExpressCage MB732SPO-B supports both 7-pin SATA and 15-pin SATA power cables with locking latches, so you’ll never need to worry about cables unintentionally disconnecting from your enclosure. Once these cables are connected, they’ll lock into place and stay that way.
The ExpressCage MB732SPO-B uses an intelligently engineered tray design that requires no tools or screws. Built-in pegs insert into the screw holes of your drive to provide a secure hold in seconds, saving you time over traditional trays needing a screwdriver.
When additional security is required, such as when transporting drives outside of the enclosure, the included screws can be used to further secure drives and prevent them from falling out in transit.
The ExpressCage MB732SPO-B was designed with drive security and protection in mind. A full-metal frame protects against external hazards and ensures the enclosure lasts through thousands of insertion/removal cycles. Ventilation holes are amply placed throughout the enclosure, to maximize air cooling and ensure that your drives stay cool even under heavy load.
Anti-vibration rubber stoppers are placed inside the enclosure, which holds the drive firmly in place and protects drive from vibration damage. Anti-vibration is particularly important for mechanical hard drive that put out excessive vibration and noise, which is greatly reduced the MB732SPO-B.
Features • Rugged metal housing with durable ABS caddies for maximum security and protection
• Fits 2x 5mm-15mm 2.5” SATA HDD/SSD & 1 x Ultra Slim / Slim optical disk drive (ODD)
• Fits any external 5.25" drive bay
• Multi-Flow Technology – provides excellent passive cooling
• Accommodates 2.5" drives with 5mm, 7mm, 9.5mm, 12.5mm & 15mm height
• Active Power Technology (APT) - only powers up if there is drive installed in the drive bay
• Advanced ExpressCage drive caddy MB742TP-B with a new drive-gripping mechanism, strengthened single-piece latch, and tool-less drive installation
• Removable drive caddy system for easy maintenance
• Supports SAS (single channel)/SATA 6Gbps and hot-swap
• Supports SATA data and power cables with locking latches
• A Single SATA power cable powers both drives, reducing cable clutter
• Backed by 3-year manufacturer warranty
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