FUJITSU Part #/MPN: MAP3367NP
DiscTech Item #: FUJ-MAP3367NP-RF-OE
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Interface Types: SCSI 68pin HD68 Female
Form Factor: 3.5inx1.0in LFF Hard Drive
Sector Size: 512 / 512e
Sustained Throughput: 105
Average Seek Time: 4.5 / 5.0
Electrical Interface: SCSI LVD U320 - 320MBps 16-bit
On-Board Cache: 8MB
Fujitsu MAP 36GB 10K U320 68pin SCSI Hard Drive MAP3367NP - Refurbished
Fujitsu’s new 10,000rpm MAP3xxx series includes models with optimum capacities of 36.7GB, 73.5GB and 147GB. The series is thus ideal for all mainstream SCSI applications, such as enterprise servers, PC servers, workstations, and RAID subsystems, where data integrity and reliability are essential.
These new drives offer new performance standards with a maximum internal transfer rate of 107.8MB/s and a fast average seek time of 4.5ms. The series are equipped with an 8MB, multi-segmented data buffer combined with a 32-bit-wide internal data path for faster data access. In addition, the series support Ultra320 SCSI (320MB/s) interface, which boasts new performance and reliability enhancing features, such as data packet protocol, quick arbitration and selection, and signal pre-compensation. The new series also support 2Gb FC-AL2 interface.
Concerning reliability, the new series features the industry’s highest MTBF rating 1,200,000 hours. It also incorporates many reliability enhanced features, such as alloy top cover for lower acoustics and an improved SMART detection system.
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Weight: 1.8 lb
Warranty: 1 Year DiscTech
The product has been built, rebuilt or repaired at the original manufacturer's factory (Note we NEVER sell 3rd party repaired items, as we do not find them to be reliable enough). Often these products are extremely close to new in condition, except that they contain at least one recycled or repaired component. Failure rates are often lower on these devices since they have been far more thoroughly tested than new items. Watch a video about our refurbishing process