Supermicro ATX/mATX SuperChassis Server Case CSE-113MTQ-R400CB

Supermicro SuperChassis CSE-113MTQ-R400CB, 1U Rackmount, ATX/Micro ATX, 8x 2.5" SAS2/SATA Hot-swap, 400W Redundant PSU

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Scan code: LN64488 Manufacturer code: CSE-113MTQ-R400CB Request call
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Product Overview Supermicro 1U Rackmount SuperChassis for ATX or Micro ATX Based Servers, with 400W Redundant Power Supplies.

More information can be found in the PDF Manual below:
Data Sheet Features • 400W Redundant power supplies
• 8x 2.5" Hot-swap SAS2 (6Gb/s) / SATA Drive Bays
• 1x Full-height AOC expansion slot
• 4x 40x28mm high-efficiency fans (2 more optional; 6x fans maximum)
• Slim DVD/CD-ROM Drive (opt.)
• Applications: data center, appliance server, space critical application, industrial PC

Parts List:
• 1x Chassis: CSE-113MTQ-R400CB Black 1U standard SC113MTQ chassis w/ Redundant 400W
• 1x Backplane: BPN-SAS-113TQ Sup 8x2.5" Hot-swap SAS/SATA hdd; SATA con
• 2x Cable 1: CBL-0206L 48CM SATA ROUND S-S PBF. 26AWG
• 2x Cable 2: CBL-0227L 48CM SATA ROUND S-RA PBF.26AWG
• 2x Cable 3: CBL-0157L 8 pin to 8 pin ribbon SGPIO cable with tube , 40cm, PBF
• 2x Power Supply: PWS-406P-1R 1U 400W Redundant Short Depth Power Supply
• 1x Power Distributor: PDB-PT813M-2424 Power Distributor With 24pin for SC813M
• 1x Accessory: MCP-420-11305-0N Accessory Box For SC113M Chassis With Two Power Cord
• 1x Cable 4: CBL-0335L FRONT CTL CABLE 20 PIN TO 20 PIN W/TUBE,73CM,PBF. 28AWG
• 1x Peripheral Drive 1: MCP-290-00036-0B Black DVD dummy tray support 1x2.5 HDD for SC113,815,825,836
• 4x Fan 1: FAN-0065L4 4028mm 13K RPM 4-PIN PWM FAN for SC813MF, SC113M
• 1x Front Panel: FPB-FP112 Front control board for SC113,113M (U/C share
• 1x Fan Holder: MCP-320-00031-0B Fan tray for six 40x28 fans(SC813M/113M)
• 8x Drive Tray(s): MCP-220-00047-0B Black gen 3rd hot-swap 2.5inch HDD tray
• 1x Part(s): MCP-290-00037-0N SC113 Control panel module (w/o DVD)
• 2x Part(s): MCP-340-00001-01 Dummy fan 40x28mm
• 1x Part(s): MCP-260-00024-0N 1U I/O shield for X8 server MB (3rd LAN + 4xLAN)
• 1x Mounting Rails: MCP-290-00102-0N Outer rail, quick-release type, 25.6
• 1x Mounting Rails: MCP-290-00107-0N Inner rail, front, short, screw type
• 1x Mounting Rails: MCP-290-00110-0N Inner rail, extension (quick) for 1U 17.2
• 1x Rear Window: MCP-240-00086-0N STD rear window for SC113 redundant PWS
Specifications
Specifications
Case Edition SuperChassis
Case Form Factor 1U Rackmount
Motherboard Form Factor
  • ATX
  • Micro ATX
Material Metal
Front/ Side/ Top Panel
  • 1 x Hard drive activity LED
  • 2 x Network activity LEDs
  • 1 x Power LED
  • 1 x Power On/Off button
  • 1 x System Reset button
  • 1 x Universal Information (UID) Button
  • 1 x Universal Information (UID) LED
Drive Bays
  • 8 x 2.5" SAS2 (6Gb/s) / SATA Hot-swap
  • 1 x Slim Optical
Expansion Slots 1
Fan Bays 6 x 40mm
Fans Included 4 x 40mm
Front Radiator Compatibility  
Top Radiator Compatibility  
Bottom Radiator Compatibility  
Rear Radiator Compatibility  
Side Radiator Compatibility  
Window No
Power Supply Form Factor Redundant SuperCompact Short-depth + PMBus and I2C
Max PSU Length  
Max CPU Cooler Height  
Max VGA Card Length  
Colour Black
Dimensions 437 x 43 x 508 mm (WxHxD mm)
Weight 9.5 kg (Approx)
Warranty

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Supermicro ATX/mATX SuperChassis Server Case CSE-113MTQ-R400CB
Supermicro ATX/mATX SuperChassis Server Case CSE-113MTQ-R400CB