SilverStone Internal Mini SAS 26pin SFF8087 to External 36pin SFF8088 om PCI-E Card Brac

SilverStone SA011 Internal Mini SAS 26pin SFF8087 to External 36pin SFF8088 om PCI-E Card Bracket

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Scan code: LN83341 Manufacturer code: SST-SA011 Request call
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Product Overview SilverStone created a series of Mini-SAS adapter designed to satisfy server users’ need for constant drive expansion. SA011 or SA022 can convert a SFF-8087 connector to a SFF-8088 connector and support all internal SAS/SATA interface from supported controller card, motherboard, and standard external SAS adapter based on SFF-8087 connector. With SFF-8088 connector connected to external storage devices such as SilverStone’s own TS431S or RS831S, SA011/SA022 can easily enable simultaneous access to four or eight drives with high bandwidth up to 24Gbit/s or 48Gbits/s.

Supports external mini-SAS SFF-8088 26-pin sockets to drive enclosure
Supports internal SFF-8087 36-pin device connector to host terminal
Compatible with most major SAS host cards or motherboards
Concurrent transfer speed up to 24Gbit/s
Converts internal SAS/SATA port to external interface
Includes low profile expansion slot bracket
Includes standard expansion slot bracket
Features Adapter feature Internal Mini-SAS SFF-8087 x 1 to external Mini-SAS SFF-8088 x 1 adapter
Transfer bandwidth Up to 24Gbit/s
Connectors Internal : Mini-SAS SFF-8087 x 1 (to host terminal, e.g. motherboard or Mini-SAS expansion card)
External : Mini-SAS SFF-8088 x 1 (to external drive enclosure)
Mounting Low profile expansion slot, Standard expansion slot (Option)
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Details
Duration:
24 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
24 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
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Telephone:
0871-472-4747
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