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Toshiba MBF2600RC

The Toshiba MBF2600RC is an internal hard disk drive that supports up to 600GB capacity, and features SAS 2.0 drive interface. It is an RoHS compliant device that supports a transfer rate of 6 Gb/seconds to host, 0.2ms typ. (Read)/0.4ms typ. (Write) track to track seek speeds, 4ms typ. (Read)/4.4ms typ. (Write) average seek time, 10,025 RPM rotational speed, 2.99ms average latency, and 16MB buffer size. It requires a 5V (+/- 5%), 12V (+/- 5%) voltage power supply. The 69.85 mm (2.7…

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Toshiba MBF2600RC

The Toshiba MBF2600RC is an internal hard disk drive that supports up to 600GB capacity, and features SAS 2.0 drive interface. It is an RoHS compliant device that supports a transfer rate of 6 Gb/seconds to host, 0.2ms typ. (Read)/0.4ms typ. (Write) track to track seek speeds, 4ms typ. (Read)/4.4ms typ. (Write) average seek time, 10,025 RPM rotational speed, 2.99ms average latency, and 16MB buffer size. It requires a 5V (+/- 5%), 12V (+/- 5%) voltage power supply. The 69.85 mm (2.75“) x 100.45 mm (3.95”) x 15 mm (0.59“)/220 g device has a optimal operating temperature at 5° to 55°C (41° to °F) (-40° to 70°C (-40° to °F) – non-operating); at 5% to 95% RH humidity.

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The Toshiba MBF2600RC is a 2.5-inch SAS hard drive with a capacity of up to 600GB and features 10,025 RPM spin speed, 6 Gb/sec SAS interface, and environmentally friendly low power consumption benefits. It also features a power condition state technology which enables lower RPM spin speeds when not in use. This means there is up to 28% reduction in power consumption. It supports enterprise applications as well as specific applications which include mid-range volume servers, mainstream storage arrays, blade and rackmount servers, and other business-critical, power-conscious, data-intensive systems.

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