StarTech.com Mobile Rack Backplane for 2.5" SATA SAS Drive

  • StarTech.com
  • 21163554
  • SATSASBP125
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Easily connect and hot swap a solid state drive or hard drive from a 3.5" bay!
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$31.21
Now it’s easy to increase the storage capabilities of your server or PC while protecting data integrity with the Mobile Rack Backplane for 2.5" SATA/SAS Drive. This one-bay mobile rack backplane lets you install and easily remove a 2.5" SAS or SATA hard drive or solid state drive in a 3.5" external expansion bay on your desktop PC or server. It’s ideal for system integrators and administrators looking for flexible management of data storage.

The backplane provides an easy, convenient way to install and swap drives between desktops or servers. It supports both SAS and SATA 2.5" drives ranging from 5 to 15mm in height. To maximize the performance of your hard drives, the mobile rack supports SAS 6Gb/s and SATA 6Gb/s when paired with a compatible controller. It can also be mounted either vertically or horizontally, for error-free tray insertion and maximum compatibility with servers or desktop computers. You can lock the removable steel tray in place, providing an enhanced level of drive protection. The Non-Scratch SATA (NSS) connector provides a high 50,000+ insertion rating, your assurance of long-lasting performance of both the drive and the bay.

Many fast-paced work environments require drives to be removed regularly. This convenient backplane lets you hot swap between systems quickly, without shutting down. The included drive tray is interchangeable, working with both the single-bay backplane and a 4-bay backplane so you can hot swap between systems for easy file access. Engineered with high quality metal, the robust metal housing delivers reliable performance. The venting helps to ensure proper air flow to assist with heat dissipation. Plus, the Non-Scratch SATA (NSS) connector provides a high 50,000+ insertion rating, your assurance of long-lasting performance of both the drives and the bay.