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4U Horizontal Rack Black Server Case from PCIcase

PCI Case 4U Horizontal Rack Server Case, Black

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Scan code: LN25478 Manufacturer code: IPC-C4S-BU Request call
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Product Overview C4S is the most basic rack-mount chassis which shows the most resemblance to a desktop computer chassis. It is designed to fit all standard desktop components yet its depth is kept within 20”. Many patented designs make this chassis the best choice in its class.

Suitable Applications:
• Internet Server (Web / Mail)
• File Servers
• NAS / iSCSI
• Military Application
• Industrial / Telecom Computers Features Technical Details:
Colour: Black
System Board MB Version: Up to 12”(W) x 10.5”(D) size ATX/SSI CEB compliant MB (Optional 12”(W) x 13”(D) ATX/SSI EEB 3.6 compliant MB)
BP Version: (SBC) 14-slot
Drive Bays: External 5.25" 3
External 3.5": 1
Internal 3.5": 4
Internal 2.5": 0
Hotswap 3.5": 0
Hotswap 2.5": 0
Slim Optical: 0
Slim FDD: 0

Materials & Finish:
Materials: Heavy-duty preplated SPGC cold-rolled steel

Finish:
Inside / Body: Zinc-plated with bright chromate
Outside / Front: Texture-coated on front panel

Cooling:
Front: 2 x 90mm fans (+ optional 2x 60 x 25mm fans for exhaust)
Power Supply: PS/2 Size (Optional)

Expansion Slots:
7 x PCI slots (full height, full length) or 14 x slots for backplane version (IPC-SB1010)

Front Panel Connectors, Switches & Indicators:
Power Switch: YES
Reset Switch: YES
USB: 2
LAN: 0
Serial: 0
Indicators: Power and HDD, LEDs

Environmental Specifications:
Temperature: 0ºC(32ºF) ~ 50ºC(122ºF)
Humidity: 5%~95% non-condensing

Dimensions & Weights:
Product Dimensions (WxDxH) mm: 482.6 x 508 x 177.8
Warranty

Please note your statutory rights are not affected.

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Details
Duration:
1 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
1 days
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
Non-Returnable Item if Opened or Used
Telephone:
0871 472 4747
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4U Horizontal Rack Black Server Case from PCIcase
4U Horizontal Rack Black Server Case from PCIcase