CineRAID CR-H458 (4 Bay USB 3.0 RAID) Enclosure Ver. 2

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Description

CR-H458:

  • CineRAID's USB 3.0 and eSATA 4 Bay RAID Enclosure that is perfect for low end 4K work loads.
  • Hot swappable hard disk drive modules with tool-less snap-in design for easy drive installation
  • Supports RAID 0, 1, 3, 5, 10, JBOD and Individual Drive Configurations
  • Mac OS X, Linux and Windows compatible
  • Supports drives up to 12TB capacities in each drive bay

 

Differences between Ver. 1 and Ver. 2:
The Ver. 1 CR-H458 used a 5 Amp power connector while Ver. 2 has updated to a 6.5 Amp connector.

 

Interface:
- USB 3.0
- eSATA

Capacity:
- Up to 16 TB

Dimensions:
- Height: 6.5 Inches (165mm)
- Width: 6.5 Inches (165mm)
- Depth: 9 Inches (228.5mm)

Weight:
- H458 Enclosure: 6.5 lbs or 2.4 kg (excluding hard drive)
- Full Package: 9 lbs or 4.1 kg

RAID Function:
- Supports RAID 0, 1, 10, 3, 5
- Automatic disk failure detection
- Hot swap able disks

Supporting OS:
- Windows 7 / Windows Vista / XP Home Edition SP-1, Professional SP-1 / Windows 2000 Professional SP-3 / Windows ME / Windows 98SE or later versions. (*1,2,)
- Mac OS X 10.3 or later (recommended 10.3.9 or later)
- Linux 32-bit / 64-bit
*1. Not applicable to use on volume more than 137GB or 137GB in "combine mode" in windows ME / 98SE
*2. Windows 98 first edition may not work properly.

Power Supply Specifications:
- Input: 110V - 240V
- Output: +12V 6.0A (maximum)
*It may not work properly if power consumption is over the standard above

Operation Environment:
- Temperature: 41°C - 95°F
- Humidity: 20% - 80%

Package Content:
- 1X H458 Enclosure
- 1X eSATA Cable
- 1X USB 3.0 Cable
- 4X HDD Screw-less Trays
- 1X Power Adapter
- 1X Power Cord
- 1X User manual and Software CD

Warranty:
- 1 year factory warranty

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  • 4
    Nice unit

    Posted by Unknown on 6th May 2014

    Working well so far. Seems like a good buy to me. Not as fast as more expensive units, but I am only using it for storage and not working off of it.