QNAP TS-451+ 16TB 4-Bay NAS Server Kit with Seagate NAS Drives (4 x 4TB)

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QNAP TS-451+ 16TB 4-Bay NAS Server Kit with Seagate NAS Drives (4 x 4TB)
Key Features
  • 16TB Storage Capacity
  • 4 x 4TB 5900 rpm SATA III 3.5" NAS HDDs
  • 2.0 GHz Intel Celeron Quad-Core
  • 2GB of DDR3L RAM
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This B&H Kit combines the QNAP TS-451+ 4-Bay Home and SOHO NAS Server with four Seagate 4TB IronWolf 5900 rpm SATA III 3.5" Internal NAS HDDs for a total storage capacity of 16TB.
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QNAP TS-451+ Overview

This B&H Kit combines the QNAP TS-451+ 4-Bay Home and SOHO NAS Server with four Seagate 4TB IronWolf 5900 rpm SATA III 3.5" Internal NAS HDDs for a total storage capacity of 16TB.

General Features

Optimized for NAS with AgileArray

AgileArray is built for dual-plane balancing and RAID optimization in multi-bay environments with advanced power management

IronWolf Health Management

IronWolf Health Management focuses on prevention, intervention, and recovery

Reduced Lag Times

Improved performance means reduced lag times or downtime for users during high traffic time for the NAS

Rotational Vibration (RV) Sensors

IronWolf comes standard with RV sensors to maintain high performance in multi-bay NAS enclosures

Multi-User Environments

IronWolf provides a workload rate of 180TB per year, which means that multiple users can upload and download data to the NAS server, knowning that IronWolf can handle the workload, whether you are a creative professional or small business

Designed for Always-On, Always-Accessible 24/7 Performance

Access data on your NAS virtually any time, whether remotely or on site

Cache Memory

IronWolf provides 64MB of cache memory, allowing your NAS to serve data faster

1.0 Million Hours MTBF | Limited 3-Year Warranty

This represents an improved total cost of ownership (TCO) over desktop drives with reduced maintenance costs

Designed for 24x7 Performance

Access your data on your NAS at virtually any time, whether remotely or on site

Best-Fit Applications

1-8 bay business network attached storage (NAS)
Desktop RAIDs and servers
Multimedia server storage
Private cloud
UPC: 763649117538

QNAP TS-451+ Specs

Storage
Drive Capacity4.0 TB
Cache Memory64 MB
Performance
InterfaceSATA III (6 Gb/s)
Maximum Read Speed180 MB/s
Latency4.2 ms
Physical
Drive TypeHDD
Form Factor3.5"
Noise Level2.5 dB (Active)
2.3 dB (Idle)
HDD Specs
Spindle Speed (RPM)5900 RPM
Reliability / Data Integrity
Annualized Failure Rate (AFR)0.87 %
Endurance (Total Bytes Written)180 TB
Load/Unload Cycles600,000
Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF)1.0 Million Hours
Non-Recoverable Read Errors per Bits Read1 in 1014
Electrical
Power Draw4.8 W (Active)
3.95 W (Idle)
0.5 W (Standby)
Supported Voltage5 VDC, 12 VDC
Current2.0 A at 12 VDC
Environmental
Operating Shock80 G / 2.0 ms
Storage Shock300 G / 2.0 ms
Operating Temperature41 to 158°F / 5 to 70°C
Storage Temperature-40 to 158°F / -40 to 70°C
Operating Humidity5 to 95%
Storage Humidity5 to 95%
Operating Altitude-1,000 to 10,000' / -304.80 to 3048 m
Storage Altitude-1,000 to 40,000' / -304.80 to 12,192 m
General
CertificationsFCC, UL, cUL, as per Manufacturer
Dimensions (W x H x D)4.01 x 1.03 x 5.79" / 10.19 x 2.62 x 14.71 cm
Weight1.35 lb / 0.61 kg
Warranty LengthLimited 3-Year Warranty
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.58 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)7.9 x 6 x 2.4"
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What is the maximum TB Capacity for each and every one Hard Drive acceptable???
Asked by: Ennio
At this time the max amount of hard drive storage would be 14TB drive.
Answered by: Moe
Date published: 2019-05-22

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Any performance experience with raid 5 or 10 (4 hdds) to share?
Asked by: Ariel
This has functioned very well and meets my needs perfectly. I also like that it works great with my UPS so if I have a power outage it automatically switches to the UPS for power so it can then safely power down (in my area the power can be unstable). It is a bit noisy in the bedroom overnight (not loud but not quite white noise) so I'm thinking of moving it elsewhere. A very minor drawback & not an issue if you have somewhere else to put it.
Answered by: LISA T.
Date published: 2018-08-26

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I am a video editor and I use mostly 4k raw footage. I do not have any server I only use Seagate external hard drives, but one of them just broke and I lost about 3tb of data. I am trying to get one of these servers to back up my data but also use it to edit my video out of it. Any suggestions? Thank you in advance!!!
Asked by: Luis C.
You may need a NAS that has a thunderbolt connection to be able to edit the video off of the storage. TS-451+ is a great storage slution as long as you edit your footage off of an SSD or other high speed drive.
Answered by: Demenchuk A.
Date published: 2018-08-26

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Will this work with WD Black 7500 RPM drives?
Asked by: Larry
I would not recommend it as they are not TLER drives. Google TLER drive. They may cause frequent drop-outs and rebuilds.
Answered by: Brent L.
Date published: 2018-08-26

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Hey guys, So is it worth the upgrade to 16gb from 2?
Asked by: Joshua T.
Absolutely worth upgrading to 16GB if your planning on running other apps.
Answered by: Michael C.
Date published: 2019-01-15

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Is the memory user-upgradable?
Asked by: Rick M.
Yes. I have 16gb in mine right now.
Answered by: Alan C.
Date published: 2019-03-11
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