FP56 is a 5.25” bay device based on the popular FP37. It features three high speed USB 3.0 ports and a charging port that halves the charging time compare to normal USB 3.0 ports. Additional mounting slots for two 2.5” hard drives or SSDs further add to the flexibility of FP56. To make integration of FP56 more seamless, black, white and silver colored front bezels are included.
Fits in any 5.25” external drive bay
Full support for SDXC card
Three USB 3.0 and one high speed charging port
Supports two 2.5” hard drive or SSD mounts
Supports standard 19pin USB 3.0 internal connector
Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 (32&64), Mac 10.2.8 or above
5.25” drive bay
Front I/O Ports
3 x USB 3.0 port + 1 x charging port
USB 3.0 (5Gbps)
Media card support
SD / SDHC / SDXC / Mini SD / Micro SD(T-Flash)(No Card Adapter Required) / MS / MS Duo / MS PRO / MS PRO Duo / MS Micro(M2)(No Card Adapter Required) / MS PRO-HG Duo / MMC / RS MMC / MMC Micro / MMC Mobile / xD / CF (UDMA7)
148mm (W) x 42.3mm (H) x 176 mm (D)
*Red charging port supports power charging for all USB devices, but data transfer is supported only for USB 3.0 devices. Blue USB ports support charging and data transfer for all USB devices.
USB 3.0 expansion card with two external ports and one dual port internal connector.
FP56 eDM (EN-FP56.jpg)
Q. Why does one of the LEDs on my FP56 stay lit after computer shuts off?
A: Your motherboard may have USB standby or +5Vsb turned on for the ports connected to FP56, this function allows you to turn on computer via keyboard or mouse connected to USB port. If you do not need this function and wish to have FP56’s LED remain off after shutting down computer, please disable “USB standby,” “+5Vsb,” or other similar functions from within the motherboard BIOS menu (refer to your motherboard manual for instructions).
Q. How to solve the interference between mounding screws and 2.5” HDD?
A: Please screw mounding screws on upper row or use shorter screws which included in FP56.