PCI Case IPC-C1DH-BAS5 (RSC-1DH) - 1U Storage

PCI Case IPC-C1DH-BAS5 (RSC-1DH) - 1U Storage server with 4x3.5 hot swap, with 500W single PSU

Scan code: LN56151 Manufacturer code: IPC-C1DH-BAS5 (RSC-1DH) Request call
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Product Overview Application:File Server.Database Server.Telephony/Telecom/VoIP.NAS/iSCSI Features:
• 4 x external 3.5” hot-swap HDD supported
• Front access USB port
• 5 x easy-swap middle fans for optimized cooling
• Single or hot-swap redundant high efficiency (>84%) power supply (1+1 module) maximizes server protection options
• 1 x PCI slot via riser card Features Dimensions: (W x D x H)(with chassis ears):
482.1 x 660 x 44 mm

Industry Standard :

Materials :
Heavy-duty preplated SPGC cold-rolled steel

Color : Front Panel :

Cooling :
Middle: 5 x 40x56mm or 4 x 40x56mm + 1 x 40x28mm(standard) or
5x 4028mm easy-swap fans

Power Supply :
400W single PSU 80+ (Bronze)
500W single PSU 80+ (Bronze)--standard
500W 1+1 hot-swap redundant 80+

Expansion :
1 x PCI slot via riser card (full height, full length)

Buttons :
Power on/off, system reset and 1 x USB port

Indicators :
Power, LAN and HDD LEDs

System Board :
12"(W) x 13"(D) E-ATX/SSI EEB 3.6 compliant MB

Drive Bay :
External 3.5" hot-swapx4
Internal 2.5" HDDx 2
Peripheral Drives Slim DVD-ROMx 1
Temperature : 0ºC(32ºF) ~ 50ºC(122ºF)

Humidity :
5%~95% non-condensing

Gross Weight :
(w/ PSU & Rail) 19.5 kgs / 42.9 lbs

Packaging Dimension : (W x D x H) mm :
588 x 1042 x 263
Cubic Feet : 5.7

Reference Container Loading :
20' 165
40' 340
40' H 410

Backplane :
BKP-SA20-04H35G-0: 4 x 3.5" G/H-Tray SATA 6G B/P with 4 x SATA
BKP-SA2C-04H35G-0: 4 x 3.5" G/H-Tray SAS 6G B/P SGPIO with mini SAS(standard)

IO shield:
Please choose M/B IO shield from our standard IO shield stock, or we can make IO shield to fit your M/B.

Packaging accessory:
Including tool-less slider rail and Mash front bezel.
Case Edition  
Case Form Factor 1U
Motherboard Form Factor 1U
Front/ Side/ Top Panel 1 x USB 2.0
Drive Bays
  • 2 x 2.5" Internal
  • 4 x 3.5" SATA Hot-swap
Expansion Slots  
Fan Bays  
Fans Included None
Front Radiator Compatibility  
Top Radiator Compatibility  
Bottom Radiator Compatibility  
Rear Radiator Compatibility  
Side Radiator Compatibility  
Window No
Power Supply Form Factor  
Max PSU Length  
Max CPU Cooler Height  
Max VGA Card Length  
Colour Black
Dimensions 482.1 x 44 x 660 (WxHxD mm)
Weight 19.5 kg (Approx)

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PCI Case IPC-C1DH-BAS5 (RSC-1DH) - 1U Storage
PCI Case IPC-C1DH-BAS5 (RSC-1DH) - 1U Storage