DATA TAPE PRO CASE

The DATA TAPE COURIER PROFESSIONAL CASE, a new media container made of industrial-strength, lightweight, high-density polyethylene. The case features heavy-duty lockable compression clasps and soft interior contact points that create a durable seal. It can be used to transport data cartridges from one location to another or to off-site storage, in fulfillment of your company's commercial, proprietary and regulatory requirements. The DATA TAPE COURIER PROFESSIONAL CASE is certified and approved by FUJIFILM to protect LTO cartridges and enterprise cartridges.

Features

  • Rubberized Exterior
  • Removable media tray
  • Oversized bumper guards
  • Heavy duty compression locks
  • Water resistant gasket seal
  • Used extensively by the best off-site media vaults

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Features

  • Removable multimedia tray system makes it easy to load and unload media.
  • Individual media slots in tray allow you to safely carry a partially filled case.
  • Accepted by major Disaster Recovery and Off-site vaults.
  • Case and tray do not shed contaminant particles.
  • Large ergonomic side grips and oversized bumpers.
  • Label areas on front and sides.
  • Holds up to 18 LTO cartridges (LTO Tray version)
  • Pro Case Measurements: 375 x 150 x 295mm (regular width)
  • Cases can be stacked together.

REMOVABLE MULTIMEDIA TRAY

Data Tape Courier Pro cases include a removable tray system that can accommodate multiple media formats.

[fig] REMOVABLE MULTIMEDIA TRAY

LOCKABLE COMPRESSION CLIPS

Data Tape Courier Pro cases include heavy-duty lockable compression clips that create a tough and reliable seal.

[fig] LOCKABLE COMPRESSION CLIPS

Line-up

PRO CASE WITH LTO TRAY

PRO CASE WITH SOFT LTO TRAY

PRO CASE WITH ENTERPRISE TRAY

Holds 18 LTO cartridges in their plastic cases

Holds 14 LTO cartridges without their plastic cases

Holds 20 Enterprise cartridges

[fig] PRO CASE WITH LTO TRAY
[fig] PRO CASE WITH SOFT LTO TRAY
[fig] PRO CASE WITH ENTERPRISE TRAY

Comparison

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