Netgear RND4PSU1-10000S - Fuente de alimentación, plata
Del 19 al 25 de marzo de 2018. Descubre más aquí.
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Descripción del producto
Color del producto: Plata
Frecuencia de entrada AC: 50/60
Voltaje de entrada AC: 100 - 240
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If you do something about it you have two choices. Either buy an off the shelf Flex-ATX power supply and modify it to work or buy one that's pre-modified for the ReadyNAS.
Well, I'm the non-hardware-handy type that might fry a machine by mixing wires incorrectly so I went with looking for one that was "plug and play". Unfortunately the plug configuration is unique to Netgear ReadyNAS NV, NV+, and NVX devices and Netgear no longer sells replacements. I thought I was doomed.
But then I found this listing, And the least expensive was from Overtek LTD. Never heard of them and they were located overseas in the UK. I was apprehensive on purchasing but it was the least expensive by far. Since they followed Amazon shipping policies I went ahead and purchased it and hoped that whatever I got, if I ever got it, would at least function enough for me to get my data off this NAS and into another one.
I picked expedited shipping and I received my order in a couple of days. It was nicely packed and padded and inside was a pretty solid power supply. It was truly plug-and-play. The longest part was diassambling my NVX and putting it back together (theres a ton of little screws). But the nice thing, no modifications were required.
After putting it back together, I plugged it in and whoala! Power! Fans and drive spun up. I was quite pleased.
It's cheap, quick/easy to install.
Fails more often than I think it should. I'd pay more for something that was better made and would last longer.
Due to the un-reliability of the PSU, I always have to keep a spare on the shelf.
Note, the power supply in the ReadyNas is one of THE weakest links due to small size, heat, dust, difficulty with air flow, etc. Also the factory struggles to get a quality supplier and is constantly changing the design. ALWAYS have a spare. This will work with all NV and NV+ models, but not pro or other models.