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iR2420-2S-S2 (1floppy bay 2.5" RAID)

 

Unique style

 

Accepting 2×2.5-inch SATA 3.0 Gb/s hard drives and coming with mirroring RAID 1 function to backup and protect data on time.

Coming with elegant aluminum handle and easy ejection design, iR2420 features compact size but accommodates 2 x 2.5” SATA hard drives or SSD, it utilizes the limited space inside the computer case. In addition, iR2420 internal RAID module supports RAID 0 and RAID 1 modes, according to different usage demand, iR2420 through RAID functions to solve the restriction derived from different SSD flash (MLC or SLC) separately.

Compact dimension Large capacity

 

iR2420 is the world first and smallest 2.5”SATA RAID module.

 

RAIDON iR2420-2S-S2 internal RAID module supports SATA 3.0 G/bs host interface and SATA 22 pin power supply; even the connector location exactly the same with a 3.5” hard drive. Thus it is not necessary to install any other brackets but just install the iR2420-2S-S2 inside to existing operating system and then the system will be upgraded as a RAID storage to secure data!

 

 

iR2420-2S-S2 Features

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iR2420-2S-S2 Specification


 
Model No iR2420-2S-S2
Chipset RAIDON SR2045 RAID Chip
Drive Bay 3.5" Floppy Drive Bay
Drive Fit 2.5" SATA II HDD x 2 (9.5mm thickness)
RAID Level RAID 0&1
Hot-Swap RAID 1
Auto Rebuilding RAID 1
Host Interface SATA II Connector (7Pin)
Power Supply SATA Connector (22Pin)
HDD Access Indicator LED
Buzzer Alarm Yes
Environment Detector Overheat
Color Matt Black
Structure Full Metal
Dimensions 102W x 147L x 26H(mm)
Weight 0.35(kg)
Certifications CE & FCC
Operating System 
Support
Windows, Linux
Function Control 
Interface
GUI (Windows Only)
Packing Content CD、Quick Installation Guide、Accessory Kit
HDD Capacity Single HDD tested up to 2TB

 

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iR2420-2S-S2 (EOL) Question & Answer

  • Q1When an error has happened to iR2420 hard disk, what should I do?
  • Q2Is it alright to use a single hard disk under RAID 1?
  • Q3Is it alright to use RAID 1 to do hard disk backup function?