Backplane for 3x HDD/SSD
for 2x 5.25" bay with lock and fan
Backplane for 2x 5.25" bay
For 3x 3.5" SATA or SAS HDD
1x 60x60 mm fan
HDD trays with lock to prevent accidental and unauthorized access
The IB-56X Series is built for heavy duty. The best available materials were used in this enclosure which makes it the ideal 3.5" HDD solution for demanding environments. for additional security, a lock was added.
Cool & silent
The high quality metal dissipate the created heat by passive convection to the environment. The active convection is done using an 60 mm fan. The big fan swirls slowly which makes it quieter.
Always up to date
Up to three 3.5" SATA/SAS HDDs find a home in this backplane. Not even SAS hard disks have to stay out in the cold. Optical and auditory signals alert regarding the HDD and fan state. The temperature alarm signal can be set on three possibilities - 55° C, 60° C, 65° C.
|Fan||1x 60x60 mm|
|HDD size (inch)||3,5"|
|HDD size (cm)||8,89 cm|
|HDD capacity||No limit|
|Plug & Play||Yes|
|HDD interface||3x SAS / SATA I/II/III|
|LED||Power (blue), HDD Access (orange), On / Off, Alarm|
|Power connector||2x Molex 4pin and 2x SATA power connector|
|Alarm||Visual LED and audio alarm (temperature adjustable 55° C, 60° C, 65° C)|
|Packing unit||8 pcs./carton|
|Total weight||14.0 kg/carton|
|Gross weight (incl. packing)||1.602 kg|
|Net weight||1.320 kg|
|Dimension of packing box||122x252x180 mm|
|Dimension of article||215x148x86 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.