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Serial ATA Hotswap Enclosures

Posted on 2004-04-12
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I'm looking for something like these, but obviously I'm not googling properly and I'm having problems finding alternatives:

http://www.stayonline.com/drive_mounting_brackets/8820.asp
http://www.cremax.com/news-b2.htm

Can anyone point me in the direction of similar equipment?  Basically I just need to be able to put 3 drives into 2 x 5.25" bays.  Any suggestions / links greatly appreciated.
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Have done that, I was wondering if there were any other 3 drive enclosures like the ones I posted above.  Most seem to be 4 disk / 3 bay enclosures.
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I've got a pair of the third ones down here:

http://servercase.com/miva/miva?/Merchant2/merchant.mv+Screen=CTGY&Store_Code=SC&Category_Code=SATA

They seem to be a pretty good vendor too- I've ordered twice and had no problems at all.

Dros.
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