Looking for Dual mini-ITX cases

brbaker

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Hi,
I'm looking for some advice on good 2RU dual mini-ITX cases.
I have been trying to contact Travla/Casetronic about their T2280 which is PERFECT - but they have not been responding. Nothing past 2016 on their social media so maybe they are no longer around...
This is an example of what I am after.
T2280 2U Rackmount
Any help appreciated!
Thanks
Bryan
 

Markess

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What a great idea. I've got a bunch of ITX boards and was considering doing something like this with a generic 2U enclosure, a dremel, and the laser cutter and 3D printer I have access to. I had no idea that they came ready made!

I've bought from Logic Supply (now On Logic) on and off for years. The products were always good quality and durable.
 

brbaker

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brbaker

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Not 2U but 1.5U, there's an optional 'twin ITX' adapter kit for it. I have a few of those cases (along with a bunch of their 1U ones) in use with single motherboards and they work quite nicely. Only 10" deep.

LogicSupply/OnLogic MK150
Dual Board kit for MK150

There was even an adapter kit for quad thin-ITX but it seems it's been discontinued.
Thanks, I appreciate your help.
IMHO they are a bit expensive for what they are, especially seeing as their is not drive access from the front. I think that the link zack$ sent would be much better value for money at that price.
Regards
Bryon
 

AMv8(1day)

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There was even an adapter kit for quad thin-ITX but it seems it's been discontinued.
Would really like to investigate this as an option for multi-node virtual labbing when stacking rPi’s or NUCs don’t meet hardware requirements.
 

eduncan911

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That's pretty much exactly what I am looking for. I had stumbled on the manufacturer earlier (http://genesysgroup.com.tw) but had glossed over them for some reason. I just pinged them to see if they have an Australian distributer or will ship here. Thanks!
Yeah, a bit expensive IMO.

It's far cheaper to pickup a couple Supermicro 1U bare chassis and just stick the ITX board in that. Takes up the same 2U size, but you'll have a robust server-chassis, on rails, power supply (and most likely dual PSUs/hot swap), along with either 4x3.5" or 8x2.5" hot swap bays.

 

Kal G

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Looks like there's a couple of the Travla T2280 listed on Amazon under "KRI CK2280". Currently showing 6 in stock.
 

Allan74

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Here are a couple...