CRU-DataPort External Storage Enclosure with Two TF SAS/SATA 6G Drives and Two USB3 (1 RU, US Plug)

BH #CR1URM2TFDUS • MFR #40650-3130-0000
CRU-DataPort
CRU-DataPort External Storage Enclosure with Two TF SAS/SATA 6G Drives and Two USB3 (1 RU, US Plug)
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CRU-DataPort 40650-3130-0000 Overview

RAX210-3QJ

Built to store all of your most important data, the RAX®210-3QJ is a convenient and high-speed storage system for any computer user who wants an easy-to-use rack-mounted storage solution. With data transfer rates at over 200 MB/s, and USB 3.0/2.0, eSATA, and FireWire 800 connections, the RAX210-3QJ provides performance and versatility for direct attached storage.

TrayFree bays make adding or swapping drives effortless. It's as easy as opening the door, sliding the drive in, and closing the door. No screws, no trays. It just works. In addition, the SATA drive connectors used in the RAX Trayfree models are rated to tens of thousands of disk drive insertion/removal cycles, making the RAX210-3QJ highly robust and reliable.

UPC: 673825423318

CRU-DataPort 40650-3130-0000 Specs

Storage
Number of Hard Drives Supported2
Number of Hard Drives InstalledNo
FeaturesTrayFree
Controllers
Controller TypeSerial ATA/300
RAID LevelsJBOD
RAID Levels (SDE)JBOD
I/O Expansions
Number of Total Expansion Bays2
Number of 3.5" Bays2
Interfaces/Ports
Host InterfaceFireWire/i.LINK 800
USB 3.0
eSATA
Physical Characteristics
MaterialMetal
Form FactorRack-mountable
Rack Height1U
Height1.7"
Width16.6"
Depth13.7"
Weight (Approximate)15 lb
Miscellaneous
Certifications & Standards
  • FCC
  • RCM
  • CE
Platform SupportedMac
PC
Environmentally FriendlyYes
Environmental CertificationRoHS
Packaging Info
Package Weight15.6 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)22.4 x 19.3 x 6"
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