CalDigit 3TB HDD Module for AV Pro / T-Series

Part Number: 590120

3TB HDD Module for AV Pro / T-Series
  • 3TB HDD Module for AV Pro / T-Series

Price: 

$189.05

Specifications

Capacity 3 TB
Spindle Speed 7200RPM
Compatibility CalDigit AV Pro/T3 Series

CalDigit 3TB HDD Drive Module for AV Pro/T-Series Drives - CDDrive-3TB

Replacement/additional HDD drive module for the CalDigit AV Pro and T3 lines of hard drive solutions.

The hot swappable drive module on the front of the unit allows users to take out the drive and add a new one. This is perfect for people who need to conveniently move data across edit suites - they can take the drive module out of an AV Pro, and put it into another AV Pro in a different location, and access the data on the drive. Other single drive solutions on the market do not have this functionality, which is why the AV Pro can expand as the storage demands of your projects increase.

The CalDigit AV Pro's removable hot swappable drive module not only works with other AV Pro's, but can also be used with the CalDigit T-Series - creating a synergy between CalDigit storage that is truly unparalleled.

All additional drive modules that users can purchase for the AV Pro come packaged in a sturdy Archive Box for safe and secure storage. This is ideal for people who are taking advantage of the AV Pro's bus powered feature and are using their AV Pro on location, needing to protect any extra drive modules from bumps, and scrapes! The Archive Boxes are also ideal for users who want to safely store and organize their additional drive modules for later use, in the event that you need to access that data in the future. Do you work on projects across multiple offices or locations? If so the AV Pro's Archive Box is an ideal solution for transporting your drives from location to location, safe in knowledge that your valuable data is protected.

  • 3TB capacity
  • 7200RPM
  • 1 Year Warranty



  • TOL Part #: 590120
  • Manufacturer's Part #: 590120
  • Model: CDDrive-3TB
  • Product ID: 5350
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