iStarUSA BPU-350SATA - Disco duro en red (SAS, SATA, Serial ATA II, Serial ATA III, No compatible, Negro, Rojo, Aluminio, SATA)
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- Descripción del producto: istarusa bpu-350sata
- Altura: 12,6 cm.
- Cables incluidos: SATA
- Tamaño de la unidad de almacenamiento: 8,89 cm (3.5 ")
- Supported Storage Drive interfaces: SAS, SATA, Serial ATA II, serie ATA III, SATA, Serial ATA II, serie ATA III
- Color: Negro, Rojo
- Material: Aluminio
Descripción del producto
Acorde RoHS: Si
Altura: 126 mm
Ancho: 146,1 mm
Cables incluidos: SATA
Color del producto: Negro, Rojo
Diámetro de ventilador: 8 cm
FireWire 400: No
FireWire 800: No
Indicadores LED: Si
Interfaces de disco de almacenamiento soportados: SAS, SATA, Serial ATA II, Serial ATA III
Número de unidades de almacenamiento compatibles: 5
Número de ventiladores: 1
Profundidad: 206 mm
Tamaño de la unidad de almacenamiento: 3.5"
Tarjeta de lectura integrada: No
Tarjetas de memoria compatibles: No compatible
USB con suministro de corriente: No
Velocidad de transferencia de datos: 6 Gbit/s
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I already have one of these drive cages, which I bought almost two years ago from another online vendor. Cosmetically this new one is different, with the drive indicator LEDs in a different location and now blue (following the latest fashion) instead of green. iStarUSA's tech support assures me that this is the latest version and now will handle 4TB drives, whereas the previous version was limited to 3TB drives. Another advantage is that the tray handles are now perforated, allowing greater airflow to keep the drives cool.
The drive LEDs are still not positioned immediately adjacent to the corresponding drives because room has to be left for the temperature and fan warning LEDs.
One feature of these cages that has confused people in the past is the need to press tiny recessed buttons to apply power to the drives (a button for each drive). This revised version makes for an even greater likelihood of confusion, since the switches are no longer separate but are integrated with the LEDs (or with "light pipes" through which the LEDs shine); thus one appears to be pressing on the LED itself to activate the switch.
The significant disadvantage is that there is now no "run continuously" setting for the fan: it runs for 10 seconds when first powered up but then does not run again until the internal temperature reaches 40 degrees Celsius. Any disk drive should be happy at this temperature, but the continuously running fan in the previous version keeps my drives at about 37 C, which should extend their life even further.
The accompanying documentation showed a layout closer to the older model, and even the online version I found did not match the product I received 100%, but Tech Support sent me a link to the latest version of the documentation. Yet even the latest version is not clear at every point, especially concerning the functions of the two switches. The Fan switch is labeled "HIGH" and "AUTO," but in both settings the fan runs only when the temperature reaches 40 C (as noted above); the difference is (as explained to me by Tech Support) that with the switch in the HIGH position the fan runs at full speed when it is activated, whereas with the switch in the AUTO position the fan speed varies according to the temperature. The HDD LED switch is labeled "ENABLED" and "DISABLED," but this refers not to the blue illumination denoting that the drives are powered up but to the flashing purple when the drives are accessed.
Update: With my SAS drives this one and the Blue one I have had problems with some (the first 3) LED lights being amber instead of green except when active. I just recently purchased the Black BPU-350SATA. It works fine with my SAS drives and it does not have the LED problems I have experienced. So Far I like it much better.
Great product overall.