Oyen Digital MiniPro RAID V3 8TB 2-Bay USB 3.1 Type-C RAID Array (2 x 4TB)

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Oyen Digital MiniPro RAID V3 8TB 2-Bay USB 3.1 Type-C RAID Array (2 x 4TB)
Key Features
  • 2 x 2.5" Drive Bays
  • 2 x 4TB SSDs
  • USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-C Port
  • RAID 0 & 1, JBOD, and Big (Span)
The MiniPro RAID V3 8TB 2-Bay USB 3.1 Type-C RAID Array from Oyen Digital sports a USB 3.1 Type-C port, as well as two 4TB 2.5" / mm to provide a total capacity of 8TB for your Windows, Mac, and Linux systems. The onboard USB 3.1 Gen 2 port delivers speeds of up to 10 Gb/s and features a reversible connection, which lets you connect on the first try, and is also compatible with the Thunderbolt 3 interface. To maximize compatibility with your devices, Oyen Digital includes both a USB Type-C to Type-C cable and a USB Type-C to Type-A cable.
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Oyen Digital RAID V3 External SSD Overview

The MiniPro RAID V3 8TB 2-Bay USB 3.1 Type-C RAID Array from Oyen Digital sports a USB 3.1 Type-C port, as well as two 4TB 2.5" / mm to provide a total capacity of 8TB for your Windows, Mac, and Linux systems. The onboard USB 3.1 Gen 2 port delivers speeds of up to 10 Gb/s and features a reversible connection, which lets you connect on the first try, and is also compatible with the Thunderbolt 3 interface. To maximize compatibility with your devices, Oyen Digital includes both a USB Type-C to Type-C cable and a USB Type-C to Type-A cable.

The fanless MiniPro RAID V3 supports RAID 0 (striping), RAID 1 (mirroring), JBOD (independent disks), and Span (non-RAID merged drives) modes. When the drives are set in RAID 0, the MiniPro is able to deliver reads of up to 814.2 MB/s and writes of up to 862.1 MB/s. This array is pre-formatted as exFAT and pre-configured in JBOD mode. You can switch between the different modes by using the integrated mode switches on the back of the array.

General Features

USB 3.1 Type-C port with 10 Gb/s speeds (compatible with Thunderbolt 3)
Bus-powered or external adapter power (included)
Configurable hardware RAID controller for JBOD, RAID 0, RAID 1, and BIG modes
Aluminum housing provides protection and heat dissipation
LED indicators provide system status
Power management technology: If the computer goes to sleep, the MiniPro will follow.
UPC: 858737007584

Oyen Digital RAID V3 External SSD Specs

General
Number of Bays2 x 2.5"
Maximum 2.5" SATA Drive Height15 mm
Connections1 x USB Type-C (USB 3.1 / USB 3.2 Gen 2 (10 Gb/s))
Form FactorDesktop
Maximum RAID Transfer Rate814 MB/s (Read in RAID 0)
862 MB/s (Write in RAID 0)
RAID ModesRAID 0, 1, JBOD, Single
Operating System SupportLinux, Windows, macOS/OS X
OS CompatibilityWindows 7 or Later
macOS 10.6 or Later
Linux 13.3 or Later
Drives
Total Raw Capacity8 TB (2 x 4 TB)
TypeSolid-State Drive
Initial RAID ConfigurationNone
Pre-FormatexFAT
Electrical
AC Input Power100 to 240 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz
DC Input Power VDC at 2 A
Environmental
Operating Temperature41 to 104°F / 5 to 40°C
Operating Humidity10 to 80%
Storage Temperature-4 to 158°F / -20 to 70°C
Storage Humidity5 to 90%
CertificationsCE, FCC, as per Manufacturer
Physical
Material of ConstructionAluminum
Bridge ChipsetASMedia ASM1352R
Dimensions (W x H x D)6.5 x 5.1 x 1.1" / 16.5 x 13 x 2.8 cm
Weight3 lb / 1.36 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight2.01 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)19.3 x 8.9 x 6"
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