Data Transfer from SCSI SCA 80pin hdd from Server or Raid Array

A 3.5 inch SCSI hard disk with it's 80 pin SCA connector facing the camera. The connector transmits data and power, and is awaiting file transfer in our lab. This particular drive came from a server and was used in a raid array with 3 other drives.We extracted the data to a USB drive.
A SCA connected SCSI drive from a server raid array awaiting data transfer


Disk Conversions & Transfer - Data Transfer from SCSI SCA 80pin hdd from Server or Raid Array

Data Transfer from SCSI SCA 80pin hdd from Server or Raid Array

A 3.5 inch SCSI hard disk with it's 80 pin SCA connector facing the camera. The connector transmits data and power, and is awaiting file transfer in our lab. This particular drive came from a server and was used in a raid array with 3 other drives.We extracted the data to a USB drive.
A SCA connected SCSI drive from a server raid array awaiting data transfer

This SCSI drive was sent to us as part of a raid array that failed and needed its data transferring off to a new hdd. It uses the SCA 80 interface which allows easy change of drives in a hot swap computer like a raid server. Often these drives may fail to spin up when powered on, but we have often been able to repair them sufficiently to rescue the data. Other times the server itself has failed, and so clients have simply shipped the drives to us to reconstruct the raid and extract the files. Most commonly we see these drives are made by Fujitsu, Maxtor, Seagate, Western Digital, Compaq, IBM, and Quantum in U160, or U320 scsi systems.


Data Transfer from SCSI SCA 80pin hdd from Server or Raid Array

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This SCSI drive was sent to us as part of a raid array that failed and needed its data transferring off to a new hdd. It uses the SCA 80 interface which allows easy change of drives in a hot swap computer like a raid server. Often these drives may fail to spin up when powered on, but we have often been able to repair them sufficiently to rescue the data. Other times the server itself has failed, and so clients have simply shipped the drives to us to reconstruct the raid and extract the files. Most commonly we see these drives are made by Fujitsu, Maxtor, Seagate, Western Digital, Compaq, IBM, and Quantum in U160, or U320 scsi systems. .