NetApp DS2246 Disk Shelf SFF Storage Array

NetApp DS2246 Disk Shelf SFF Storage Array

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  • NetApp DS2246 Disk Shelf SFF Storage Array
NetApp DS2246 Disk Shelf SFF Storage Array
SKU: ITM0009644

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  • 24x SFF (2.5") SAS/SATA Drive Bays
  • Dual 6G SAS Controllers
  • Dual Redundant PSUs

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Some HDDs appear more than once with different prices due to the way we stock our hard drives. The price variation simply reflects the raw market value of that specific SKU in our system, however the functionality and quality is identical.

24 Caddy(s) pre-installed in chassis and included in price

    • SAS Hard Drive - Caddy/Tray Added Seperately
    • SATA Hard Drive - Caddy/Tray Added Seperately

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Additional Information

Transfer Rate: Dual 6G SAS Controllers (IOM6) Installed
Connectivity: 2 x External SAS-in 2 x External SAS-out
Hard Disk Controller: N/A
Hard Disk Configuration: 24 x 2.5" (SFF) SAS/SATA Drive Bays - 24 x Caddies Included
Hard Disk Drive: Custom Configurable
Power: 2 x 750W Hot-swap redundant PSU's Installed
Dimensions (HxWxD): Height: 3.4 in. (8.5 cm) Width: 19 in. (48.0 cm) Depth: 19.1 in. (48.4 cm)
Weight: Approx. 22KG
All refurbished Storage Arrays from bargain hardware are supported by a 1 Year Return-To-Base warranty, covering all integral hardware and parts/components that affect the functionality of the equipment.

At bargain hardware we only deal with enterprise and business class hardware from world leading manufacturers. Originally sold with lengthy 3-5 year warranties, the Storage Arrays we sell are designed with robust architecture for the ultimate reliability.

Our standard 1 Year Warranty provides sufficient time to allow you to fully 'soak test' your purchase and discover any unlikely, underlying issues. Modern systems have at most only a single mechanical part (the hard drive) and failure rates of the main electrical components (processor, memory and motherboard) are incredibly low.