CR-H252 2 Bay Portable RAID Subsystem

MSRP: $99.99
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- USB 3.0 (Backwards Compatible to USB 2.0)
Capacity: Up to 8TB (2x 4TB SATA HDD's)

- Height: 6.5 Inches (115mm)
- Width: 5.25 Inches (130mm)
- Depth: 8.5 Inches (208mm)

- H252 Enclosure: 3.3 lbs (excluding hard drives)
- Full Package: 4.5 lbs

RAID Function:
- Supports RAID 0, 1, JBOD
- Automatic disk failure detection
- Hot swappable disks

Supporting OS:
- Windows 7 / Windows Vista / XP Home Edition SP-1, Professional SP-1 / Windows 2000 Professional SP-3 / Windows 98SE or later versions. (*1,2)
- Mac OS X 10.3 or later (recommended 10.3.9 or later)
- Linux 32-bit / 64-bit
*1. Not applicable to use on volume more than 137GB or 137GB in "combine mode" in windows ME / 98SE
*2. Windows 98 first edition may not work properly.

Power Supply Specifications:
- Input: 110V - 240V
- Output: +12V 6.0A (maximum)
*It may not work properly if power consumption is over the standard above

Operation Environment:
- Temperature: 41°C - 95°F
- Humidity: 20% - 80%

Package Contents:
- 1X H252 Enclosure
- 1X USB 3.0 Cable
- 2X HDD Screw-less Trays
- 1X Power Adapter
- 1X Power Cord
- 1X User manual and Software CD
- 8x HDD Screws (For 2.5 HDD Application)

- 1 Year Warranty

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  • 4
    Individuals upright HD docks are Out!

    Posted by Rick on 21st Dec 2014

    bought 2~These are nice Sheet metal,so well assembled & good looking its almost a shame to mention sheet metal.These will make you wonder !
    I must of went shopping @ the right time as %50off was almost the price of the standard single, plastic vertical exposed HD docks.You get to hide 2 HDs away in a miniature size server like a big corporation.I had not seen these before always looking @ MAC/CPU stuff.each double bay system only requires power & connection/info of just a single Drive ...1 USB & 1 Wall adapter for 2 drives.I could of bought a 4bay single system but its just me & the Cat.Plus the savings was in 2 x2 drive systems & "They Look Cool"adding 2 larger sub bays actually tidy'ed up my unsightly cable mess. A 960SSD + 16GBmemory & 2sub-bays was a doubling performance feature 1 week before xmas for this 15"MAC book PRO,thats always ethernet & AC powered full time...Thats what I'm running now, a Note Book that Smokes full size Desk tops ! And Space age look to whole system...HONESTLY,I did.....said DID have an issue with one of the sub bays begining use , There was a HUGE noise issue coming from fan in 1 bay...I said I`ll go in there and see what the QC issue is in next day....the next day noise died off & now both very quiet....why these don't have a wheel to speed up in summer or slow fan in winter is a plus they could offer.overall the most Trick MAC book set up I could of owend & using the sub bay docks in Raid 10 configuration to boot.Its perfect now the whole Rig ! (feel free to edit review)