iStarUSA D416-B5SL-SL 4U Compact Stylish Rackmountable Chassis Kit

BH #ISD416B5SLSL • MFR #D416-B5SL-SL
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iStarUSA D416-B5SL-SL 4U Compact Stylish Rackmountable Chassis Kit
Key Features
  • Hotswap Cage with 5 x 3.5" Drive Support
  • Silver Front Door
  • Silver HDD Tray & Front Bezel
The D416-B5SL-SL 4U Compact Stylish Rackmountable Chassis Kit from iStarUSA includes the black D-416 4U Rackmountable Chassis, BPU-350SATA-SILVER 6.0 Gb/s Hot-Swap Cage, and a silver front door.
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iStarUSA D416 Overview

The D416-B5SL-SL 4U Compact Stylish Rackmountable Chassis Kit from iStarUSA includes the black D-416 4U Rackmountable Chassis, BPU-350SATA-SILVER 6.0 Gb/s Hot-Swap Cage, and a silver front door.

The D-416 unit is a reliable and stable 4U-high server chassis. Its full size I/O supports all ATX motherboards with a Dual Core / Quad Core processor and the backplane supports 7 full-height, add-on cards.

This chassis is 21" deep and has three 80mm optional cooling fans in the center and two 60mm fans at the rear for ventilation. It can be powered using the standard ATX PS2 Power Supply (sold separately) to meet regular server system applications.

With high level RAID and high availability storage in a compact design, the BPU-350SATA series cage adds extra storage and hot-swap capability to satisfy any application needs. This cage is constructed of aluminum that provides superior heat dissipation, which is required for high performance SAS/SATA drives.

This hot-swap cage features front and back vents for airflow and is a suitable solution for internal server RAID and JBOD applications. Its aluminum body and the extra 80mm cooling fan subsystem complete a high-end data storage server or workstation.

iStarUSA D416 Specs

Packaging Info
Package Weight8 lb
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