USB 3.1 (10Gbps) externe behuizing voor dubbele 2.5" SATA schijven

Verander twee 2,5 inch SATA SSD's of HDD's in een krachtige opslag met RAID - voor USB-C en USB-A apparaten

Productcode: S252BU313R

  • Maak een krachtige externe opslag met een 2-bay behuizing voor 2,5 inch SSD's/HDD's
  • Werkt zowel met USB-C als USB-A apparaten, inclusief twee meegeleverde kabels
  • Compatibel met Thunderbolt 3 USB-C poort
Uw prijs
€136,99 EUR excl. VAT
€165,76 EUR incl. VAT

Compact qua afmeting, maar groot qua prestatie vormt deze 2-bay behuizing een krachtige externe dataopslag, met ultrasnelle dataoverdracht en configureerbare RAID-modes. Ideaal voor kleine bedrijven, thuiskantoren of zeer krachtige werkstations voor grafische ontwerpers, ingenieurs en andere zakelijke professionals.

Opslag met grote capaciteit in een compact design

Maak een externe dataopslagoplossing met hoge capaciteit, met ondersteuning van twee 2,5 inch SSD's/HDD's in diverse maten van 5 mm tot 12,5 mm. Deze aluminium behuizing is getest voor compatibiliteit met een capaciteit tot 4 TB bij 7200 RPM en biedt hoge bestandsoverdrachtsnelheden met USB 3.1 Gen 2 prestaties. De behuizing ondersteunt SATA I, II en III en is uitgebreid met UASP om de prestatie en snelheid van uw SATA III-schrijven te maximaliseren. Deze behuizing heeft zelfs een ventilator, met geïntegreerde toerentalregeling, zodat alles soepel blijft lopen.

Benut de snelheid van USB 3.1 Gen 2

Tabel met USB-bestandstransmissiesnelheden toont dat USB 3.1 Gen 2 met 10 Gbps twee keer zo snel is als USB 3.0 met 5 Gbps

USB 3.1 Gen 2 biedt u meer bandbreedte en snelheid, met bestandstransmissiesnelheden tot 10 Gbps - twee keer zo snel als USB 3.0 (USB 3.1 Gen 1) technologie. Daardoor kunt u de hoge prestaties van de nieuwste SSD's en harde schijven benutten, terwijl knelpunten bij de dataoverdracht worden opgelost.

Inclusief twee USB-kabels voor veelzijdigheid

Bij de dual-bay schijfbehuizing worden twee USB-kabels geleverd voor flexibel gebruik met de nieuwste laptops en tablets die zijn voorzien van een USB-C™ poort, alsmede oudere apparaten. Inclusief zowel USB-C naar Micro B- als USB-A naar Micro B-kabels. De dual-bay behuizing is ook compatibel met een Thunderbolt™ 3 USB-C poort.

Verbeter de prestatie met RAID

Met RAID 0 ondersteuning kunt u met de 2-bay behuizing de prestatie van uw SATA III SSD's maximaliseren voor een snellere bestandsoverdracht. De 2-bay behuizing ondersteunt ook RAID 1, Big (spanning of concatenatie) en JBOD. Met meerdere RAID-opties kunt u meer opslagcapaciteit, prestatie of redundantie verkrijgen.

De behuizing werkt onafhankelijk van het besturingssysteem, waardoor geen extra software of stuurprogramma's nodig zijn. De S252BU313R wordt gedekt door een 2-jarige garantie en gratis levenslange technische ondersteuning van StarTech.com.

Toepassingen

  • Verhoog de externe opslagcapaciteit van uw laptop of pc, ideaal voor thuiskantoor of kleine bedrijven
  • Gebruik extra opslag voor het back-uppen van belangrijke bestanden, een groot voordeel voor grafische ontwerpers en andere professionals

Partnernummers

  • Ingram Micro Netherlands 3066515
  • UPC 065030862028

Compatibility

Specificaties

Warranty Information Warranty 2 Years
Connector(en) 2 - Schijfaansluitingen SATA data & voeding combinatie (7+15-polig)
1 - Hostaansluitingen USB 3.1 USB Type Micro-B (10-polig, Gen 2, 10 Gbps)
Fysieke eigenschappen Kleur Zwart
Type behuizing Aluminium
Max. schijfhoogte 12,5 cm [4,9 in]
Lengte product 14,8 cm [5,8 in]
Breedte product 81 mm [3,2 in]
Hoogte product 60 mm [2,4 in]
Gewicht product 378 g [13,3 oz]
Gebruiksomgeving Bedrijfstemperatuur 5°C to 35°C (41°F to 95°F)
Opslagtemperatuur -20°C to 50°C (-4°F to 122°F)
Vochtigheid 20% - 80% rel. luchtvochtigheid
Hardware Interface USB 3.1 Gen 2
Bus type USB 3.1 Gen 2
Aantal stations 2
Schijfgrootte 2.5in
Schijftype SATA
Schijfinstallatie Vast
Ventilator(en) Ja
1 - Ventilatoren 30 mm
Lagertype ventilator Hulslager
Chipsetcode ASMedia - ASM1352R
Indicatoren 1 - LED-indicatoren Power
Lezen en schrijven - HDD1
Lezen en schrijven - HDD2
Prestaties Maximale overdrachtsnelheid 10 Gbps
Type en snelheid USB 3.1 Gen 2 - 10 Gbit/s
UASP ondersteuning Ja
TRIM Support Ja
4Kn Support Ja
RAID Ja
Ondersteunde RAID-niveaus RAID 0 (stripe)
Max. schijfcapaciteit Getest met schijven tot 4 TB bij 7200 RPM
Ondersteunde RAID-niveaus RAID 1 (mirror)
BIG (span of lineair)
JBOD - (Just a Bunch of Disks)
MTBF 50.000 uur
Software Besturingssystemen OS independent; No software or drivers required
Speciale opmerkingen / vereisten Notitie Windows 7 and earlier Windows versions do not support TRIM with USB to SATA devices.
Verpakkingsinformatie Package Height 11,2 cm [4,4 in]
Package Length 22,8 cm [9,0 in]
Verzendgewicht (verpakt) 910 g [32,1 oz]
Package Width 16,3 cm [6,4 in]
Voeding Inclusief voedingsadapter Inclusief wisselstroomadapter
Ingangsspanning 100 - 240 AC
Ingangsstroom 0.6A
Uitgangsspanning 12V DC
Uitgangsstroom 2A
Polariteit pin midden Positief
Stekkertype B
Vermogensopname 60
Wat wordt er meegeleverd 1 - Meegeleverd USB 3.1 naar eSATA behuizing
USB C naar Micro B kabel - 102 cm
USB 3.0 A naar micro B kabel - 102 cm
universele voedingsadapter (NA,EU,GB,ANZ) - 177 cm (kabel)
2 - Meegeleverd drive trays
inbussleutels
1 - Meegeleverd Handleiding

Accessoires

USB3SAUB1

30 cm SuperSpeed USB 3.0-kabel A naar Micro B

Sluit een USB 3.0 Micro USB externe harde schijf aan op uw computer

Uw prijs
€8,99 EUR excl. VAT
€10,88 EUR incl. VAT
USB3AUB50CMB

50 cm zwarte SuperSpeed USB 3.0-kabel A naar micro B - M/M

Sluit een USB 3.0 Micro USB externe harde schijf aan op uw computer

Uw prijs
€9,99 EUR excl. VAT
€12,09 EUR incl. VAT
USB3SAUB3BK

3 ft Black SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Cable A to Micro B - M/M

Sluit een USB 3.0 Micro USB externe harde schijf aan op uw computer

Uw prijs
€9,99 EUR excl. VAT
€12,09 EUR incl. VAT
USB3SAUB3

3 ft SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Cable A to Micro B

Sluit een USB 3.0 Micro USB externe harde schijf aan op uw pc of laptop

Uw prijs
€9,99 EUR excl. VAT
€12,09 EUR incl. VAT

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Troubleshooting

When you troubleshoot issues with a hard drive enclosure, there are some quick tests that you can complete to rule out potential problems. You can test to make sure that the following components are working correctly and are not the source of the issue:

  • Cables
  • Hard drives
  • Hard drive enclosure

To test your setup components, try the following:

  • Use the cables, hard drives, and hard drive enclosure in another setup to see if the problem is with the components or the setup.
  • Use a different cable, hard drive, and hard drive enclosure in your setup to see if the problem persists. Ideally, you should test a component that you know works in another setup.

When you test the hard drive and hard drive enclosure, it is recommended that you do the following:

  • To check Disk Management, press the Windows key + R, type diskmgmt.msc, and press Enter. Check to see if your hard drive is listed.
  • If the hard drive is listed with unallocated space, the hard drive needs to be reformatted. Right-click unallocated and click New Simple Volume. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the reformatting.​

Note: Formatting a hard drive erases all of the data on it. Make sure that you back up all of your data before you reformat the hard drive.​

  • If the hard drive is listed as healthy but does not have a drive letter, for example, C:, right-click healthy and click Change Drive Letter and Paths. Click Add, assign a drive letter, and click OK.

Note: A formatted hard drive will not show up in Computer or My Computer until it has a drive letter assigned to it.

In order to rebuild a RAID array, you need to replace a physical drive with an identical drive on the same RAID controller. Although standard RAID levels are generally agreed upon throughout the industry, the implementation varies between manufacturers. RAID arrays are typically not accessible when they are moved to another controller, and data may be unrecoverable if the drives are out of order or have been formatted or accessed by another RAID controller.

If a RAID controller has failed, you should get the exact same model of RAID controller.  

Note: If a drive or drives were damaged, it is possible that the RAID array may be permanently unrecoverable.

RAID should not be considered a replacement for backing up your data. If critical data is going onto a RAID array, you should back up the data on another physical drive or logical set of drives.

Rebuild a RAID array

With the following RAID modes, recovery is possible using the same StarTech.com product. Refer to the following table for the appropriate method to use to recover your RAID array.

RAID mode Max # of failed drives Procedure
RAID 1 Only one drive is needed for recovery.
  1. Determine which drive is operational by using the RAID management utility (if available) or test each drive individually on a different hard drive controller (for example, a hard drive docking station or SATA controller).

  2. Replace the failed drive with an identical hard drive.

The array will rebuild and is accessible during the rebuilding process.

RAID 3 Single drive failure will rebuild.
  1. Determine which drive is defective by using the RAID management utility (if available) or with diagnosis LEDs on the controller or enclosure.

  2. Replace with an identical hard drive.

Note: Do not change the order of the drives.

  1. The array may be accessible during the rebuild, but you should let the controller rebuild without interruption so that performance is not compromised.

RAID 5 Single drive failure will rebuild.
  1. Determine which drive is defective by using the RAID management utility (if available) or with diagnosis LEDs on the controller or enclosure.

  2. Replace with an identical hard drive.

Note: Do not change the order of the drives.

  1. The array may be accessible during the rebuild, but you should let the controller rebuild without interruption so that performance is not compromised.

RAID 10 Only one drive in a mirrored set can fail.
  1. Determine which drive is defective by using the RAID management utility (if available) or with diagnosis LEDs on the controller or enclosure.

  2. Replace with an identical hard drive.

Note: Do not change the order of the drives.

  1. The array may be accessible during the rebuild, but you should let the controller rebuild without interruption so that performance is not compromised.

 

If your setup components support USB 3.1 but you are experiencing slower transfer speeds than you expected, consider the following:

  • A USB host connection with multiple USB 3.1 ports might not be able to support 10Gbps on each port simultaneously.
  • The type of port on a device does not determine whether the device is capable of USB 3.1 speeds. A USB-C port might not support USB 3.1 speeds, while USB-A and USB-B ports might support USB 3.1 speeds.
  • Any other devices that you include in your setup, such as an older hard drive in a USB 3.1 enclosure, might create a point of congestion and slow down transfer speeds.

To confirm the functionality of your USB host connection, its ports, and any other devices in your setup, refer to the information provided by the manufacturer.

Note: USB 3.1 is also known as USB 3.1 Gen 2 (10Gbps). Devices that support USB 3.1 should have the USB 3.1 symbol on them. If the USB 3.1 symbol does not appear on your USB source or device, refer to the information provided by the manufacturer to confirm whether the USB source or device support USB 3.1.

Voor uw aanschaf

To determine if your hard drive will work in this enclosure, on the product page, click the Technical Specifications tab, and do the following:

  • Make sure that the enclosure supports the storage size of your hard drive. If the storage size of your hard drive is larger than what the enclosure was tested with, the hard drive will likely still work with the enclosure.
  • Confirm that your hard drive uses the same interface type as the enclosure. For example, IDE, SATA, or M.2.
  • Make sure that the enclosure supports the physical size of your hard drive, such as 2.5 inches or 3.5 inches.
  • Make sure that the enclosure supports the height of your hard drive. For example, 9 mm or 15 mm.
  • Verify that the power consumption of your hard drive doesn’t exceed the power output of the enclosure. If you’re using multiple hard drives, make sure that the combined power consumption of all of the hard drives doesn’t exceed the power output of the enclosure.

Note: Not all StarTech.com devices support each of the RAID modes described below. For more information on the RAID modes that your device supports, refer to the manual or the StarTech.com product page.

Redundant Array of Independent Disks (RAID) is a virtual disk technology that combines multiple physical drives into one unit. RAID can create redundancy, improve performance, or do both.

RAID should not be considered a replacement for backing up your data. If critical data is going onto a RAID array, it should be backed up to another physical drive or logical set of drives.

The following are terms that are normally used in connection with RAID:

  • Striping: data is split between multiple disks.
  • Mirroring: data is mirrored between multiple disks.
  • Parity: also referred to as a checksum. Parity is a calculated value used to mathematically rebuild data.

Different RAID levels exist for different application requirements.

Refer to the following table for the list of RAID modes offered by some StarTech.com products:

RAID mode Description Operation Advantages Disadvantages Recovery
RAID 0 Striped disks Data is split evenly between two or more disks. Large size and the fastest speed. No redundancy. If one or more drives fails, this results in array failure.
RAID 1 Mirrored disks Two or more drives have identical data on them. A single drive failure will not result in data loss. Speed and size is limited by the slowest and smallest disk. Only one drive is needed for recovery.
RAID 3 Striped set with dedicated parity Data is split evenly between two or more disks, plus a dedicated drive for parity storage. High speeds for sequential read/write operations. Poor performance for multiple simultaneous instructions. A single drive failure will rebuild.
RAID 5 Striped disks with distributed parity Data is split evenly between three or more disks. Parity is split between disks. Large size, fast speed, and redundancy. The total array size is reduced by parity. A single drive failure will rebuild.
RAID 10 1+0; Striped set of Mirrored Subset Four or more drives are made into two mirrors that are striped. Larger size and higher speed than RAID-1, and more redundancy than RAID-0. No parity. Only one drive in a mirrored set can fail.
JBOD Just a Bunch Of Disks Any number of drives are accessed independently by the operating system. Software RAID modes can be used. Hardware RAID may have better performance. N/A
Big Spanning or Concatenation Data is written on one drive until it is full, and then the next drive(s) until it or they are full. Creates a very large and simple array.

No redundancy.

N/A
Clone RAID 1 + Spare

Two drives have identical data, plus one drive is used for rebuilding in case of a primary array failure.

Seamless operation when one drive fails in a RAID-1 array. Spare drive is not accessible to the user. Only one drive is needed for recovery.

 

USB 3.1 is the most recent version of the USB (Universal Serial Bus) standard for connecting computers and electronic devices. It is capable of data transfer speeds up to 10Gbps, and while it can use the USB-C connector type, it can also use a variety of other connector types. To achieve USB 3.1 transfer speeds, your USB host connection, cables, and device must all support USB 3.1. USB 3.1 is also known as USB 3.1 Gen 2 (10Gbps). 

USB 3.0 is capable of data transfer speeds up to 5Gbps. USB 3.0 is also known as USB 3.1 Gen 1 (5Gbps).

USB 3.1 is backwards compatible with USB 3.0 and USB 2.0, except in the following scenarios:

  • USB-B 3.1 cables are not compatible with USB-B 2.0 ports.
  • Unless you use an adapter, USB-C ports or cables will not work with USB-A or USB-B ports or cables.
  • Devices that require USB 3.1 transfer speeds of 10Gbps might not work with USB 3.0 or USB 2.0, or you might experience lower transfer speeds and impacted performance.
  • Bus-powered USB devices that requires more power than what USB 2.0 can provide are not compatible with USB 2.0.

To transfer data at speeds of 10Gbps, you need to confirm that the following components in your setup support USB 3.1:

  • The USB host connection
  • The USB cable
  • The USB device and any subcomponents (for example, a hard drive docking station and the hard drives in the docking station)

Note: USB 3.1 is also known as USB 3.1 Gen 2 (10Gbps). Devices that support USB 3.1 should have the USB 3.1 symbol on them. If the USB 3.1 symbol does not appear on your USB source or device, refer to the information provided by the manufacturer to confirm whether the USB source or device support USB 3.1.

The included USB cable for this USB 3.1 Gen 2 device has been tested and verified to perform at USB 3.1 Gen 2 speeds of 10Gbps.

Hard Drives

Windows 10 

Before you can access a new or formatted drive in your operating system, you need to initialize it first and then create a partition on the drive. A partition defines an area of the drive to use for storing data. The partition uses a file system (for example, ex-FAT, NTFS, and so on).

Initialize a drive

Note: You typically only need to initialize a drive if the drive is new. If you cannot find an uninitialized drive in Disk Management, skip the following steps and try to partition your device.

  1. Press the Windows key + R, type compmgmt.msc, and click Run to open Computer Management.

  2. Navigate to Disk Management.

  3. When prompted to, initialize your disk(s). If you are running Windows® 7 or later and are using a drive larger than 2TB, initialize the disk(s) with GPT. If you are running an earlier version of Windows, initialize the disk(s) with MBR. For more information, visit the following FAQ: https://www.startech.com/support/faqs/technical-support?topic=hard-drives#mbr-vs-gpt.

  4. Click OK.

Create a partition in a drive

Note: The following steps create an NTFS partition that uses the entire drive space. To use a different file system, select a different option in step 6.

  1. Right-click Unallocated or RAW volume, and select New Simple Volume.

  2. In the New Partition Wizard, click Next.

  3. Select Primary partition.

  4. Leave the partition size set to default, and click Next.

  5. Assign a drive letter or leave it set to the default, and click Next.

  6. Enter the following settings to format the partition:

  • In the File System field, enter NTFS.
  • Set the Allocation unit size to Default.
  • In the Volume label field, enter <your name/reference>.
  • Select the Perform a quick format check box.
  • Clear the Enable file and folder compression check box.
  1. Click Next > Finish.

The new drive should appear in Windows Explorer.

Mac OS

Before you can access a new or formatted drive in your operating system, you need to initialize it first and then create a partition on the drive. A partition defines an area of the drive to use for storing data. The partition uses a file system (for example, HFS+, ex-FAT, NTFS, and so on).

Initialize a drive

Mac OSX detects a drive that needs to be initialized and automatically prompts you to initialize the drive. If you are prompted to initialize the drive, click Initialize. If you are not prompted to initialize the drive and you cannot find the drive in Finder, you will need to create a partition on the drive.

Create a partition on a drive

Note: The following steps create an HFS+ (Mac OS Extended (Journaled)) partition that uses the entire drive space.

To create a partition on a new drive, complete the following:

  1. Open Finder.

  2. Navigate to Applications and click Utilities.

  3. Open Disk Utility.

  4. Select the new drive and click the Partition tab.

  5. Click Options and verify that it is set to GUID Partition Table.

  6. Enter a name for the partition.

  7. Click Partition.

The drive should now be accessible in Finder.

 

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Safety Measures

  • If product has an exposed circuit board, do not touch the product under power.
  • If Class 1 Laser Product. Laser radiation is present when the system is open.
  • Wiring terminations should not be made with the product and/or electric lines under power.
  • Product installation and/or mounting should be completed by a certified professional as per the local safety and building code guidelines.
  • Cables (including power and charging cables) should be placed and routed to avoid creating electric, tripping or safety hazards.
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