Standard 1U Chassis with 4x 3.5" Internal HDD

Logic Case 1U Standard Chassis, 4x 3.5" HDD Bays, Supports up to EEB motherboards, 1U Single PSU Compatibility, 2x USB

Logic Case
Scan code: LN68854 Manufacturer code: SC-H1-650 Request call
£55.99Item due on 16 December 2016
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Product Overview 1U Standard Chassis 4 x 3.5" Internal HDD - 650mm Deep

• 4 x 3.5" Internal Fixed Bays.
• Support up to EEB motherboard.
• 5 x40mm hot-swap ball bearing fans for better ventilation.
• 2 x Front accessible USB 2.0 ports.
• Smooth border with no sharp edges for easy handling. Features • Drive Bay: 4x 3.5" HDD Bays - Easy to remove trays
• Cooling Fan: 5 x 40mm front fans - Hot-Swap
• Switch: Power ON/OFF x1, System reset x1
• Indicator:Power ON/OFF x1, HDD x 1, NETWORK x3
• Connectors: 2x front accessible USB 2.0 ports
• Motherboard Compatibility: Supports, EEB (12"x13"), CEB(12"x10.5"), ATX (12"x9.6"), Micro ATX (9.6" x 9.6"), Mini ITX (6.7" X 6.7") motherboard ?
• Expansion: 1 x PCI or PCI-E
• Power Supply: Standard 1U PSU
• Dimensions: 650MM(D)* 430MM(W)* 44.5MM(H) x 10Kg
• Packing: Gross 8.85kg Nett 7.2Kg carton box :830mm*555mm*110mm( single box)
• Environment Temperature: 0/55 C, 32/131 F (Operating) -20/60 C, -4/140 F (Non-Operating)
• Relative Humidity: 5% to 95%, non-condensing
• Vibration ( 5-500 Hz ):1 Grms (Operating), 2 G (Non-Operating)
• Shock : 10 G (with 11ms duration, half sine wave) (Operating), 30 G (Non-Operating)
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Standard 1U Chassis with 4x 3.5" Internal HDD
Standard 1U Chassis with 4x 3.5" Internal HDD