Supermicro 2U Rackmount SuperChassis Server Case 216BE1C-R920LPB

SuperMicro SuperChassis CSE-216BE1C-R920LPB 2U Rackmount, 24x 2.5" SAS/SATA Hot-swap, 7x LP Slots, 920W Redundant PSU

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Product Overview Supermicro SuperChassis 2U Rackmount Server Chassis supporting Dual or Single Intel/AMD Processors inconjuction with ATX or E-ATX Form Factor Motherboards. Includes 2x 920W Redundant Power Supplies.

More information can be found in the PDF below:
Data Sheet Features • SAS 3.0 12Gb/S Technology
• SAS3 12Gb/s expander storage HDD backplane
• 920W Redundant High-efficiency Platinum Level Power Supplies
• 24x 2.5" Hot-swap SAS/SATA HDD/SSD bays
• Optional rear 2.5" HDD upgrade kit (MCP-220-82609) for mirrored OS
• Optimized cooling w/ 3x 80x38mm hot-swap fans; optional 5x60mm middle fan kit: MCP-320-82603-0N (not included)
• 7x Low-profile expansion slots

Parts List:
Chassis: 1x CSE-216BE1C-R920LPB 2U Chassis (Black)
Backplane: 1x BPN-SAS3-216EL1 SAS3 12Gb/s single expander backplane, with 24x SAS3 2.5" drive slots and 4x HD mini-SAS3 cable connectors for SAS3 uplink/downlink,RoHS/REACH,PBF
Power Supply: 2x PWS-920P-SQ 920W 1U Redundant PWS W/ Quiet Mode
Power Distributor: 1x PDB-PT216-2824 PDB with 23pairs input connectors for SC216B
Air Shroud: 1x MCP-310-29001-0N SC825/826/216/213 Intel DP X9,X8 PC air shroud 1368x13/12x13
Accessory: 1x ACC216A-00-2B Accessories Box for S216A with two power cords.
Cable 1: 3x CBL-0088 10.5", 4 PIN MIDDLE FAN POWER EXTENSION (PWM)
Cable 2: 1x CBL-0182L 4 pin to 4 pin power extension .HDD to RA,40cm. 20AWG
Cable 3: 1x CBL-0071L ROUND 16 pin TO 16 PIN RIBBON FP CABLE 75cm. 28AWG
Cable 4: 2x CBL-0160L NEMA5-15P to C13 US power cord 16AWG 6ft, PBF (default for high watt)
Cable 5: 1x CBL-0217L 16 pin control panel converter cable for SC826,846, 22cm, PBF
Fan 1: 3x FAN-0126L4 80x80x38 mm 7K RPM Chassis Middle Fan w/ Housing
Front Panel: 1x TB826 Front panel adaptor board (TB826) forSC826,213,216,219
Front Panel: 1x FPB-FP826-D Front control board Dual color LED(FP826-D)forSC826,213,216,219
Drive Tray(s): 1x MCP-290-82607-0N 826B/216B rear dummy cover for 2 X 2.5\" HDD cage
Drive Tray(s): 24x MCP-220-00047-0B Black gen 3rd hot-swap 2.5inch HDD tray
Mounting Rails: 1x MCP-290-00053-0N Rail set, quick/quick, default for 2,3U 17.2\"W
Mounting Rails: 1x MCP-410-00007-0N Rail screw bag
Rear Window: 1x MCP-240-82608-0N 216B/826B LP rear window,RoHS/REACH,PBF
Specifications
Specifications
Case Edition SuperChassis
Case Form Factor 2U Rackmount
Motherboard Form Factor
  • ATX
  • E-ATX
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 24 x 2.5" SAS / SATA Hot-swap
Expansion Slots 7
Fan Bays
  • 5 x 60mm
  • 3 x 80mm
Fans Included 3 x 80mm
Front Radiator Compatibility  
Top Radiator Compatibility  
Bottom Radiator Compatibility  
Rear Radiator Compatibility  
Side Radiator Compatibility  
Window No
Power Supply Form Factor Redundant AC-DC High-Eff with PMBus and I2C
Max PSU Length  
Max CPU Cooler Height mm
Max VGA Card Length mm
Colour Black
Dimensions 437 x 89 x 630 mm (WxHxD mm)
Weight 24 kg (Approx)
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
12 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
1 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
SCAN
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System Buses & Bandwidth
Date Issued: 21st Oct 2008

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Date Issued: 25th Jun 2008

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Date Issued: 19th Jun 2008

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Supermicro 2U Rackmount SuperChassis Server Case 216BE1C-R920LPB
Supermicro 2U Rackmount SuperChassis Server Case 216BE1C-R920LPB