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RAID Enclosure for dual 3.5" SATA I / II HDD
 

For users who require large amounts of data storage and backup, the RAID enclosure is the perfect solution.
This enclosure allows users to use two 3.5” HDDs at the same time for twice amount of data space (RAID0).
Users can also make an exact copy of backup data to prevent future data lost (RAID1).
The HUR1-Series uses the fastest data array available on the market now integrating hardware
RAID mode switch into 4 methods of operation.

Two 3.5" SATA-I or SATA-II hard drive
Configurable RAID function for 2 drives.
USB mass-storage compliant (USB2.0 and USB 1.1)
LED status indicators

 
 

Included Accessories

HUR1-SU2

RAID enclosure X 1
External Power Adapter; AC Input 100-240V, DC Output +12V/2A, +5V/2A X 1
Power Cord X 1

USB2.0 Cables X 1
Screw Driver X 1
Accessories pouch (screws) X 1

HUR1-SU2FWB

RAID enclosure X 1
External Power Adapter; AC Input 100-240V, DC Output +12V/2A, +5V/2A X 1
Power Cord X 1

USB2.0 Cables X 1
FIREWIRE-1394a (A + A) Cables
X 1
FIREWIRE-1934b (B + B) Cables
X 1
Screw Driver X 1
Accessories pouch (screws) X 1

Features at a Glance
Aluminum Construction
Known for it's exceptional properties for being lightweight,
high rigidity and superior heat dissipation capabilities,
Aluminum is an obvious choice when it comes to constructing
a quality hard drive enclosure, especially with the excess
heat generated from the high-speed hard drives available
in the market.
SINGLE MODE
Non-RAID: (Single Mode) Computer will show up as two independent drives. This function is the default setting when only one hard drive or two different models of hard drives are installed.
RAID O - SPANNING MODE
Spanning concatenates multiple hard drives as a single large volume; resulting in a seamless expansion of virtual volumes beyond the physical limitations of singularly connected hard drives.
 
RAID O - STRIPPING MODE
Striping is a method of concatenating multiple hard drives into one logical storage unit. It is the automated process of writing data across multiple drives simultaneously. Striping is used to increase the performance of disk reads. The multiple hard drives will write data in “column” effect. If one drive in a striped set fails, all of the data in the stripe set is lost.
 
RAID 1 - MIRRORING MODE
Mirroring is the automated process of writing data to multiple drives simultaneously. Mirroring is used to provide redundancy. If one drive fails, the redundant drive(s) will continue to store the data and provide access to it. The failed drive can then be replaced and the drive set can be re-mirrored.
     
 


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