Supermicro SC812L 520U - rack-mountable - 1U - extended ATX

Specs

General

  • Fans
    Internal 10 cm - (2 installed)
  • Supported Motherboards
    Extended ATX
  • Max Mainboard Size
    Extended ATX
  • Internal Bays Qty
    3
  • Manufacturer
    Super Micro Computer Inc.

Expansion / Connectivity

  • Expansion Bays
    3 (total) / 3 (free) x internal - 3.5" x 1/3H

Power Device

  • Type
    power supply
  • Power Provided
    520 Watt
  • Nominal Voltage
    AC 120/230 V
  • Frequency Required
    50/60 Hz
  • Installed Qty
    1
  • Power Supply Features
    Power Factor Correction (PFC)

Power

  • Installed Qty
    1
  • Voltage Required
    AC 120/230 V (50/60 Hz)
  • Power Supply Features
    Power Factor Correction (PFC)

Chassis

  • Built-in Devices
    LED panel
  • Internal Bays Qty
    3

Miscellaneous

  • Color
    beige
  • Height (Rack Units)
    1 m
  • Color Category
    beige

Environmental Parameters

  • Min Operating Temperature
    50 °F
  • Max Operating Temperature
    95 °F
  • Humidity Range Operating
    8 - 90%

Header

  • Brand
    Supermicro
  • Product Line
    Supermicro SC812L
  • Model
    520U
  • Packaged Quantity
    1
  • Compatibility
    PC

Mainboard

  • Form Factor
    extended ATX
  • Supported Motherboards
    Extended ATX

Expansion Bays

  • Type
    internal
  • Form Factor
    3.5" x 1/3H
  • Form Factor (metric)
    8.9 cm x 1/3H
  • Total Qty
    3
  • Free Qty
    3

Dimensions & Weight

  • Width
    16.8 in
  • Depth
    25.6 in
  • Height
    1.7 in
  • Weight
    33.51 lbs

General

  • Manufacturer
    Super Micro Computer Inc.

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