Enclosure for 1x HDD
with USB 3.0 Type-A interface and LED indicator
Enclosure for 1x 3.5" SATA HDD to USB 3.0
USB 3.0 up to 5 Gbit/s supports UASP function
Fanless - particularly quiet operation
LED for power and HDD access
Plug & Play and HotSwap
|Category||External enclosure for 3.5"|
|HDD interface||1x 3.5" SATA I/II/III|
|Plug & Play||Yes|
|Transfer rate||USB 3.0 up to 5 Gbit/s|
|External data interface||1x USB 3.0 with UASP support|
|Operating system||Windows & Mac compatible|
|Power connector||External power supply: AC: 100-240 V / 24 W DC: 12 V / 2 A|
|Packing unit||20 pcs./carton|
|Total weight||14.7 kg/carton|
|Gross weight (incl. packing)||0.667 kg|
|Net weight||0.268 kg|
|Dimension of packing box||231x132x91 mm|
|Dimension of article||207x114x31 mm|
|Country of origin||China|
Compatibility with the host computer
Are cables included in the package content?
If you want to connect a USB Type-C® enclosure to a USB Type-A connector, it is possible to use an adapter from ICY BOX (IB-CB015). The same works in the other direction from USB Type-A to USB Type-C® (IB-CB003).
Up to which hard disk capacity can I equip the ICY BOX?
Can a HDD be removed from an external HDD and installed into an ICY BOX?
Are special drivers required?
Can the enclosure also be connected to USB 2.0 ports?
Do I need a power supply for my external 2.5" enclosure?
Why is the HDD/SSD not recognized?
If the HDD/SSD is new, it must first be correctly formatted and partitioned before it is displayed in the system.
Use a different USB port on your notebook or PC.
Check if the power supply is connected and the external enclosure is switched on with the on/off switch (only for 3.5" enclosures).
Update the USB 3.0 / USB 3.1 drivers of your notebook/PC or mainboard. Current USB drivers can be found on the website of your mainboard manufacturer.
Everything is connected, but no function.
To test your components, proceed as follows:
- Use the cables, hard drives, and enclosures on another system to see if your system is the source of the problem.
- Use a different cable, HDD/SSD, and hard disk enclosure one after the other to see if the problem persists. Ideally, you should test a component that you know works in a different setup.