Supporting SATA III Port Multiplier, ST7610-4S-S2P rackmount external hard drive enclosure with hot swappable tray module design, to change hard drive becomes easy and friendly.

It is easy to expand data capacity for server system . Supporting SATA III Port Multiplier , ST7610-4S-S2P rackmount external hard drive enclosure with hot swappable tray module design,to change hard drive becomes easy and friendly.
 
This external hard drive enclosure is designed for enterprise users that require stable, high performance and reliable storage devices. It can transform to be a RAID subsystem as well by simply add the SAS card.
 
The design comes with rackmount form factor which is suitable for the DVR surveillance system.

 

 

 

■  Support Port Multiplier Function ■                         ■   Upgradeable to RAID Solution by RAID card ■

■ Hot-swappable Tray Module ■

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ST7610-4S-S2P Specification


 
Model No. ST7610-4S-S2P
Drive Bay Rackmount 1U
Drive Fit 3.5" SATA III HDD x 4
RAID Level JBOD
Hot-Swap YES
Host Interface eSATA x 1 (Port Multiplier)
Power Supply AC Input : 100V ~ 240V
HDD Access Indicator LED
Cooling Fan 4cm Fan x 2
Buzzer Alarm Yes
Environment Detector Fan Failure / Overheat
Color Matt Silver
Structure Full Metal
Dimensions 430W x 420L x 43H(mm)
Weight 7(kg)
Certifications CE & FCC
Operating System
Support
Mac 10 later, Linux core 2.4 later, Windows series
Packing Content eSATA Cable、Power Cable、Quick Installation Guide、Accessory Kit
HDD Capacity Single HDD tested up to 8TB 
Operating temperature 50° to 95° F (10° to 35° C)
Storage temperature -4° to 116° F (-20° to 47° C)
Relative humidity 5% to 95% noncondensing

 

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ST7610-4S-S2P (EOL) Question & Answer

  • Q1Can an operating system be installed to this system?
  • Q2What should I do when the Fail LED indicator lights on?
  • Q3Does ST7610 series work as RAID?
  • Q4Why can’t I use the storage device in the operating system, even the system has detected the hard disk drive?
  • Q5What can I do if I turn on my PC, but the system cannot detect the hard disk drive?
  • Q6Is ST7610 compatible with any hard disk drive?
  • Q7Does ST7610 series require additional driver upon different operating systems?