Maxell 9 Bay Storage Rack: Picture 1 regular $1,745.99

About Maxell 9 Bay Storage Rack

Maxell 9 Bay Storage Rack installed in a combination of seven iVDR-EX Cartridges and two 3.5" / 2.5" SATA tray. The Hard drives are installed into trays and can be easily added or removed, like a tape cartridge, from the system. A key lock inhibits unauthorized removal of any drive tray enclosure from the system for added security. The Storage Tower interfaces to computers via a built-in Hardware Port Multiplier (HPM) to form a large-capacity and high-performance external RAID system with redundancy to protect against data loss due to drive failure.

Once the HPM is configured, the entire RAID set can be attached to any eSATA or USB port of any system. The Storage Tower supports JBOD and standard RAID modes (0, 1, 3, 5 and 10) for data protection and redundancy. To ensure efficient cooling, the Storage Tower includes high capacity cooling fan(s) and two ventilated side panels. The side panels are easily removable to provide access for optional device configurations.

Maxell 9 Bay Storage Rack Features

  • Connect to any system via 2 eSATA or USB port (connecting cables included)
  • Install either iVDR-EX cartridges, SATA hard drives, or combination of these devices in various mixes
  • Hard drives are installed into drive trays that can be added or removed like tape from each drive bay
  • Standard SATA drives and iVDR-EX cartridges can be configured to appear as individual drives to any system - requires connecting to a HPM compatible eSATA port or USB port
  • RAID configurable via bundled software utility for Windows OS or via onboard jumpers for other OS's
  • Once configured, the tower can be connected to any system running any OS (with the exception of individual drive setting that requires an HPM compatible controller)
  • Sturdy metal frame construction
  • RAID diagnostic via LED lights or the included monitoring software for Windows OS
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