Posted: 1/17/2021 10:18:45 AM EST
[Last Edit: 1/17/2021 1:47:56 PM EST by KitBuilder]
Looks like TM 11-7010-326-23&P is the manual but I can't find a copy online.
What's wrong with the caddy you have?
[Last Edit: 1/17/2021 2:36:39 PM EST by KitBuilder]
Bummer. Looks like they're around $500 on the secondary market. Here are the markings on one:
Originally Posted By jake-cutter:
It didn't come with a hard drive or caddy.
Apparently they were all manufactured by DRS Tactical Systems Inc.
1110 W Hibiscus Blvd, Melbourne, FL 32901
Phone: (321) 727-3672
Here is a link to the specification document (PDF) for the entire FBCB2 system (FBCB2-JV5-0001) v1.0 (6/12/2008): https://govtribe.com/file/government-file/marketsurvey51171-applique-jv5-spec-v1-0-dated-12jun08-dot-pdf-1
Section 220.127.116.11.10 (page 76) lists specs for the PATA RHDDC/Utility Tray: PU Interface
(a) Type: High Density Rectangular, MIL-DTL-28748 50-pins, Female, Installed on the RHDDC/Utility Tray
(b) Connector P/N: Positronic # SGM50FDS3NSS0000672.0
(c) Mating Conn P/N: Positronic # SGM50MDS5NSS0000672.0
50-pins, Male, Installed on the PU backplane
It also has the pinout.
Doesn't look like any civilian HDD caddy uses connectors like this.
Good news is the SSD inside is probably a normal drive.
Is it still USG property or privately owned?
If the latter, changing the port to something more commercially available would be the easiest route.
The only one I've seen is the ebay one unfortunately. It is my own personal surpluses computer for my personal vehicle so changing out the connection is an option. Will need to take it apart to see.