|•||Converts 2.5” SATA HDD or SSD to 3.5” SATA hard drive form factor|
|•||Supports 2.5” SAS HDD w/ single channel SAS functions (requires SAS host)|
|•||Fully SATA 3.0 Revision (6Gb/s) compatible and Backward compatible with|
|•||Fully SATA 3.0 Revision (6Gb/s) compatible and Backward compatible with
SATA 2.0 Revision (3Gb/s) and 1.0 Revision (1.5Gb/s) drives
|•||Supports SATA 6 Gbps or SAS 12Gbps (single channel)|
|•||Heavy duty stain-less steel exterior helps heat dissipation|
|•||Top-free open air design for rapid heat dissipation|
|•||Ventilated slots allow air to flow through converter|
|•||Exact 3.5" HDD specification with universal 3.5” HDD mounting holes|
|•||Fits all 2.5” SATA drive heights from 7mm to 15mm|
|•||Fits every system that accepts 3.5" SATA hard drive|
|•||Supports SATA and SATA power cables with locking latch design|
|•||Compatible with backplane trays such as those found in Apple first generation Mac Pro models|
|Support Drive Size：||2.5" SAS / SATA SSD & HDD|
|Compatible Drive Type：||SATA / single channel SAS (SAS host required)|
|Number of Drives ：||1|
|Max Drive Height：||15mm|
|Drive Bay：||1 x 3.5" device bay|
|Host Interface：||1 x 7 pin SATA|
|Power Input：||1 x 15 pin SATA power connector|
|Transfer Rate :||SATA 3.0 up to 6Gbps / SAS 3.0 up to 12Gbps|
|Support HDD Capacity :||No limitation|
|Structure / Material :||Stainless steel chassis|
|Product Dimension (L x W x H) :||146.6 x 101.6 x 25.4mm|
|Product Net Weight :||182g|
|Package Gross Weight :||226.5g|
|Package Contents :||1 - device, 1 - user manual, 8 - screws|
|SATA Connector Insertion Rate :||10,000|
|Operating Temperature：||0°C to 60°C (32°F to 140°F)|
|Storage Temperature：||-35°C to 70°C (-31°F to 158°F)|
|Compliance：||CE, RoHS, REACH|
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Q: Does MB482SP-3B support the new SATA 3.3 / SAS 3.0 Power Disable feature (PWDIS)?
A: The MB482SP-3B does not support the SATA 3.3 / SAS 3.0 PWDIS feature. If you install the SATA/SAS HDD/SSD with PWDIS in MB482SP-3B , the drive will not spin, and the system won't detect the drive. See the list below for known SATA/SAS HDD/SSD with the PWDIS feature.
While we recommend to avoid using the SATA/SAS HDD/SSD with PWDIS, you can use the methods below to disable the PWDIS feature physically if you already purchased the drive:
Method 1 – Using the Molex to SATA adapter or cable to disconnect the power to Pin 3 of the SATA power connector.
|Molex to SATA Adapter||Molex to SATA Cable|
Method 2 – Placing Kapton tape on Pin 1-3 of the SATA/SAS power connector to isolate the 3.3V power, as shown below.
Please contact email@example.com if the problem persists.