Quantum DLT VS Cleaning Cartridge BHXHC-02 is for use in all DLT VS80 and DLT1 tape drives. BHXHC-02 Quantum DLT VS80 cleaning tape provides up to 20 cleans.
The cleaning tape was developed for use in DLT-1 and DLT VS80 tape drives and can ONLY be used in the DLT-1 and DLT VS80 family of tape drives and autoloaders. (20 Cleanings)
Quantum have discontinued the DLT1 VS cleaning cartridges BHXHC-02. We only have 2 tapes available left in stock. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (02) 9771 3533 for any enquiries.
Quantum Corporation ("Quantum") warrants, subject to the limitations set forth below, that this Quantum media cartridge product (the "Product") is free from defects in material and manufacture at the time of purchase.
If any defect in material or manufacture appears within the warranty period, Quantum's entire liability, and your exclusive remedy is, at Quantum's sole option, for Quantum to: (a) repair the Product, (b) replace the Product or (c) refund to you the purchase price of the Product, provided that the Product is returned to Quantum with proof of purchase such as a purchase order, invoice, or sales receipt.
This warranty does not apply to the failure of the Product resulting from misuse, abuse, accident, neglect or mishandling, improperly adjusted or maintained tape drives, incorrect environments, or wear from ordinary use.
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NOTE: All customer media cartridges returned to Quantum are sanitized using processes that are compliant with NIST Special Publication 800-88, Guidelines for Media Sanitization to maintain confidentiality of customer recorded data.