SuperMicro 847E26-RJBOD1 45 Bay 4U Storage Chassis

SuperMicro CSE-847E26-RJBOD1 4U Rackmount, 45x 3.5" SAS/SATA Hot-swap Bays, 1400W (1+1) Redundant PSU, Storage Chassis

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Scan code: LN64751 Manufacturer code: CSE-847E26-RJBOD1 Request call
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Product Overview Supermicro SuperChassis 4U Rackmount Storage Chassis supporting up to 45x SAS or SATA Hard Drives. Includes 2x 1400W Redundant Power Supplies.

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Data Sheet Features • High Efficiency Power & High Storage Capacity
• Extra High-Density 4U JBOD Storage Chassis
• High-Availability Features: Redundant, Hot-pluggable cooling system, Power Supplies, Hot-swap drives
• Redundant (1+1) 1400W Gold Level power supply with PMBus function
• Maximum 3.5" hot-swap drives density: 45x (24 front + 21 rear) HDD bays; E26 - 2x Expanders support SAS2 (6Gb/s)
• 7x 8cm (middle) Hot-swap cooling fans, redundant cooling

Parts List:
Chassis: 1x CSE-847E26-RJBOD1 4U Chassis (Black)
Backplane: 1x BPN-SAS2-846EL2 Backplane supports upto 24 SAS/SATA
Backplane: 1x BPN-SAS2-847EL2 847 backplane with dual LSI SAS2X36 expander chips
Control Board: 1x CSE-PTJBOD-CB2 CSE-PTJBOD-CB2 Power board for JBOD
Cable 1: 1x CBL-0386L 70x2/50x2 cm 4 port external to internal IPASS for 847. 30AWG
Cable 2: 1x CBL-0102L 4 pin to 3 pin I2C CABLE FOR SATA LED, 51CM, LF. 26AWG
Power Supply: 2x PWS-1K41P-1R 1400W 1U GOLD LEVEL PWS W/ PM BUS & WX3
Power Distributor: 1x PDB-PT847-8824 24pin standard output with 5V high current 100Amp power distributor board for SC847
Cable 3: 1x CBL-0217L 16 pin control panel converter cable for SC826,846, 22cm, PBF
Cable 4: 7x CBL-0088L 10.5\", 4 PIN MIDDLE FAN POWER EXTENSION (PWM). 24AWG
Cable 5: 2x CBL-0160L NEMA5-15P to C13 US power cord 16AWG 6ft, PBF (default for high watt)
Cable 6: 1x CBL-0071L ROUND 16 pin TO 16 PIN RIBBON FP CABLE 75cm. 28AWG
Fan 1: 7x FAN-0126L4 80x80x38 mm 7K RPM Chassis Middle Fan w/ Housing
Front Panel: 1x MCP-280-82601-0N Front control board adapter (TB826) for SC216,826,936,846
Drive Tray(s): 45x MCP-220-00075-0B Black gen 5.5 hot-swap 3.5\" HDD tray
Mounting Rails: 1x Set MCP-290-00057-0N Rail set, quick/quick, default for 4U 17.2
Specifications
Specifications
Case Edition SuperChassis
Case Form Factor 4U Rackmount
Motherboard Form Factor  
Material Metal
Front/ Side/ Top Panel
  • 1 x Hard drive activity LED
  • 2 x Network activity LEDs
  • 1 x Power fail LED
  • 1 x Power LED
  • 1 x Power On/Off button
  • 1 x System Overheat LED
  • 1 x System Reset button
Drive Bays 45 x 3.5" SAS / SATA Hot-swap
Expansion Slots  
Fan Bays 7 x 80mm
Fans Included 7 x 80mm
Front Radiator Compatibility  
Top Radiator Compatibility  
Bottom Radiator Compatibility  
Rear Radiator Compatibility  
Side Radiator Compatibility  
Window No
Power Supply Form Factor High-efficiency Redundant with PMBus
Max PSU Length  
Max CPU Cooler Height mm
Max VGA Card Length mm
Colour Black
Dimensions 437 x 178 x 699 (WxHxD mm)
Weight 36.3 kg (Approx)
Warranty

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SuperMicro 847E26-RJBOD1 45 Bay 4U Storage Chassis
SuperMicro 847E26-RJBOD1 45 Bay 4U Storage Chassis