3x5.25" to 5x3.5" SAS/SATA 6.0 Gb/s Hot-Swap Cage

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  • Support Hot-Swap, RAID0/1/5 (need an additional RAID controller)
  • All Aluminum Design with Conductive Dissipation Grooves
  • The Safety Tri-angle Lock Safeguards the Hard Drives
  • Super Air Ventilation & Heat Sink with 80mm Fan
  • Patent Balance Handle - No Skew In/Out
  • Power Control, Sensor & Alarm


High level RAID and high availability storage in compact design, BPU-350SATA series adds extra storage and hot-swap capability to satisfy any application needs. The BPU-350SATA is constructed of aluminum material that provides best heat dissipation required for high performance SAS/SATA drives. It is designed with excellent front to back vent airflow. The BPU-350SATA is an ideal solution for internal server RAID and JBOD applications. Aluminum body and extra 80mm cooling fan subsystem complete a high end data storage server or workstation.

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Model Number BPU-350SATA
RoHS Compliance Version Yes
Standard Drive Bays
  • 5.25" Drive:
  • 3
Mainboard Size (inch)
Cooling Fan 1x80mm
Cooling Fan 1x80mm
Material Aluminum Design with Conductive Dissipation Grooves
Cable SATA Cable Included (5pcs)
Weight 10 lbs
Model Number in Different Color Black: BPU-350SATA-BLACK
Plastic: BPU-350SATA-BPL (lockable handle)
HDD Interface 3.5" SATA I/II/III, SAS I/II
Dimensions (W x H x D) 5.75 x 4.96 x 8.11 inch

 Document TypeDocument SizeVersion
Datasheet 524 KB 01072011
Drawing 793 KB 05102007
User Manual 1406 KB 03302009
FAQ DateQuestion
7/14/2006 Why is the BPU-350 not turned on? + Show Answer
7/18/2007 Does BPU series storage enclosure support staggered spin-up? + Show Answer
7/14/2008 Is there a way to regulate the speed of the fan by temperature on BPU-350SATA? + Show Answer
7/14/2008 Is there a way to turn off the fan completely on BPU-350SATA? + Show Answer
7/14/2008 Do I need to plug in all of these plugs? Can I just plug the 15-pin plugs? + Show Answer
7/14/2008 On the back, top side, what are these connectors used for? + Show Answer
1/30/2009 My hard disk cage the hard disk can not power “ON” or when I release the power switch the HDD will power off? + Show Answer