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- 5x SATA drives as raid levels: 0 / 1 / 3 / 5 / 10 / JBoD / CLONE with eSATA connections
- Support SATA host with or without Port Multiplier ware
- LCD display for easy control and management
- Built-in high performance RAID storage processor, PROM and SRAM for RAID engines
- Supports Raid volume greater than 2.0 Tera Bytes drives
- Up to 3.0Gbps transfer rate (eSATA) with fast rebuilt Raid engine
Introducing our newest external Raid controller module with LCD display - SPM394, a hardware Raid 5x SATA drives, offers Raid level 0 / 1 / 3 / 5 / 10 / JBoD / CLONE with eSATA connection controller, which can be used as a stand alone hardware Raid engine that runs independently from any operating system.
Hardware RAID 5 Port Multiplier Controller
SPM394 is a One to Five SATA Port Multiplier hardware RAID Controller with LCD Module. It is designed to provide a stand alone SATA port expansion with Raid capability, which offers data protection and performance aggregation at various applications to business professionals or personal users who require high-volume security and speed. This multiple SATA drive Raid controller solution is ideal for audio/video and creative professionals.
SPM394 uses market-proven Multi-port Serial ATA PHY technology and proprietary storage processor to provide very high efficient SATA RAID operations. With an easy configuration scheme, the device can be a pure port multiplier which provides SATA port expansion just like a SATA Hub, or hard-drive performance booster which provides a high performance device seen by host controller or hard-drive data protector which automatically backup data to prevent data loss from hard-drive damage. SPM394 also has advance mode to provide both benefit of performance boost and data protection. SPM394 is a self-contained storage processor chip which completely frees up the main CPU loading and the SATA ports comply with eSATA specifications, making it suitable for use in both internal systems and external storage applications.
Our SPM394 Controller is a complete solution for creating high performance high reliability five SATA disks hardware Raid, which does not require a SATA Raid controller. The SPM394 is a fast and easy solution for converting multiplier SATA drives to a high reliability external Raid system that will support any OS.
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- Great Raid controller Review by James E Warmuth - TX
- Worked as expected, Review by Kenneth Desloover - MI
- Excellent product. Review by David Suarez - FL
- Great! Review by Joel
- Truly great solution! Review by Mark
- If you need fast raid that is software independent and pretty much bullet-proof, get this product. Review by Ron
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Hardware RAID5 SATA Port Multiplier Controller with LCD Module
|Peripherals||Up to Five (5) SATA (Serial ATA) drive|
|Operating System||Windows, Linux and MAC - no driver required|
|Interface||SATAI, SATA II|
|Host Interface||SATA or eSATA 3.0Gbps|
|Operating Temperature||0o C to 50o C|
|Operating Humidity||5% to 95% non-condensing|
|Connectors||SATA connector x 5 (hard drive)
SATA connector x 1 (host)
4-pin floppy power connector x 1
|Power Requirement||5V/DC; 250ma ~ 500mA|
|Package Contents||SPM394 Board|
Q I recently bought the SPM394 controller and so far, I am very happy with it. But there is one big issue I am facing: I have created two RAIDs at the same time (3 HDDs for RAID5 and 2 HDDs for RAID1). When I boot into Linux (Ubuntu 14.04), both of these RAIDs appear and I can partition and access them. But under Windows (Server 2012), only one of the RAIDs appears in the device list of the device-manager. So I don't even have the ability to see the other RAID. In my opinion, this is a driver-related issue. Is there any driver for Windows that I have to install first? I really hope you can help me, because I'm desperately trying to find a solution for this for days now?
SPM394 Over View
SPM394 - RAID GUI