UCTRONICS 19" 1U Raspberry Pi Rackmount, SSD Bracket for Any 2.5" SSDs, Hold Up to 5 Raspberry Pi 4B Boards, Front-Removable with Captive Screws
1U Rackmount for 5 Raspberry Pis and SSDs
This is the latest 19" 1U rack solution developed by UCTRONICS that supports 5 SSDs and 5 Raspberry Pis. This solution is based on our previous U6195 version with the addition of optional SSD mounting, which facilitates more additional storage for your Raspberry Pi cluster.
- Come with 10 captive loose-off screws: this allows each RPi to be removed from the front, eliminating the need to disassemble all components for maintenance;
- Accommodates up to 5 SSDs and 5 Raspberry Pi's to expand your Raspberry Pi cluster with larger network-attached storage.
- Each mounting bracket also has an opening for the SD card adapter ASIN: B09CKRDFTH, allowing you to remove the SD card from the front.
- Designed for Raspberry Pi and 2.5-inch SSD: Supports installation of 5 Raspberry Pis and 5 ssds, compatible with any 2.5” Solid State Drive (7mm) and Rpi 4B/3B+, and other B/B+ models.
- Support Up to 5 modules: This solution allows you to use multiple pi boards at the same time. With hardware connections, you can install up to five modules, which is more beneficial for you to create clusters for distributed computing or manage cluster tasks.
- The SSD bracket also has two holes reserved for the SD card extension adapter ASIN: B09CKRDFTH, allowing you to access the SD card from the front of the rackmount. NOTE: The SATA to USB adapter is not included, please search for ASIN: B09CD94G5R to get the SATA adapter you need.
- Easy to Setup: Uses Captive loose-off screws for true no-installation, no screwdriver is needed to introduce your module into the enclosure.
- Compatible with PoE HAT: Compatible with mini POE HAT on it, search U6241 to get a mini PoE board or search U6242 to get the fan version.
Note: Can't work with 9mm HDD.
5× Mounting bracket with loose-off screws
1× Screw pack
Why is Raspberry Pi Cluster？
- Learn and experiment on Kubernetes, Docker Swarm, Serverless, Microservices, and Orchestration on bare metal.
- Build a testing environment for your cloud-native apps.
- Build a home server for web applications and databases.
- Build your own NAS or media center.
- Create a home automation system.
- Learn distributed computing and deployment from the ground up.
- Build private servers for numerous games.