Lycom ST-168mL-7 Latch and Retain Convert a mSATA SDD to a 7mm 2.5" SATA Drive

Lycom ST-168mL-7 Latch and Retain mSATA SDD as 7mm 2.5" SATA Drive

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Product Overview Best Solution that Easily Latch and Retain Fast Speed mSATA SSD as normally standard 7mm 2.5 inch SATA Solid State Drive! Features • Convert Full Size mSATA SSD to 2.5” Form Factor
• Supports SATA I, SATA II and SATA III (6Gbps)
• 100% Compatible with 2.5” SATA drive mechanical spec
• 22 pin SATA (Signals and Power) male connector on board
• The mSATA SSD can be the primary bootable device containing the OS and application.
• Latch type mSATA connector on board, no need the screw for the retention of mSATA SSD
• Transparent to the operating system and no driver required
• Supports any OS like Windows, Mac and Linux
• Includes 7mm height 2.5 “ drive metal frame with 8 mounting holes and 4 HDD screws
• Dimension of PCBA with 2.5” frame : 100.45mm x 69.85mm x 7mm
• Supports industrial operating temperature range: -40 - 85 ºC
• Fully RoHS compliant

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Lycom ST-168mL-7 Latch and Retain Convert a mSATA SDD to a 7mm 2.5" SATA Drive
Lycom ST-168mL-7 Latch and Retain Convert a mSATA SDD to a 7mm 2.5" SATA Drive