Sony LTO7 Ultrium 7 Data Cartridge LTX6000G
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The Sony LTO 7, LTO7, LTO Ultrium 7 data cartridge LTX6000G transfers data at up to 300MB/s native and holds up to 6TB of data in native or uncompressed format, and transfers data at up to 750MB/s native and holds up to 15TB of data compressed format. The Sony LTO Ultrium 7 cartridges use the new technology Barium Ferrite (BaFe) which improves reliability, longevity and density. Sony LTO Ultrium 7 data cartridge LTX6000G are the latest release in the LTO Ultrium family of tapes with the highest speed and capacity. The Sony LTO7 tapes are read and write compatible with all LTO Ultrium 7 drives and LTO Ultrium 8 drives when they are released. The Sony LTO Ultrium 7 data cartridge is designed to retain its archival quality for up to 30 years. The Sony LTO7 tape has a width of 12.65mm and a length of 960m. They have 3,584 tracks and the Cartridge Memory stores over 16KB.
The Sony LTO Ultrium 7 data cartridge LTX6000G is the latest release (released in Australia in December 2015) of the LTO Ultrium family of tapes with the highest speed and capacity. The Sony LTO 7 tape comes with Sony's limited lifetime warranty and is compatible with all LTO7 Ultrium 7 tape drives.
Sony LTO Ultrium tapes can be purchased individually, by the box of 5 or carton of 20.
For the option of LTO barcode labels attached to your tapes please see Application of Tape Barcode Labels for details.
Drives that use the Sony LTO Ultrium 7 data cartridges LTX6000G are recommended to use the Sony LTO Ultrium Universal Cleaning Cartridge LTX-CL to keep the drive clean.
Sony has discontinued the LTO7 tape cartridges LTX6000G until further notice. Please note we have 179 left in stock and have no date as to when they will be available again.
The required transportation conditions for Sony LTO7 LTX6000G tapes are;
0-49 degrees celsius
5-80% relative humidity
The required operating conditions are;
10-45 degrees celsius
10-80% relative humidity
The required short-term storage conditions are:
16-35 degrees celsius
20-80% relative humidity
The required archive storage conditions are:
16-25 degrees celsius
20-50% relative humidity