Battery Back Up by Areca ARC-6120BA-T120

Areca ARC-6120BA-T120 Battery Back Up for ARC-1883 Family, 6G SAS Dual Core Card

Scan code: LN45723 Manufacturer code: ARC-6120BA-T120 Request call
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Product Overview The 12Gb/s SAS RAID controller operates using cache memory. The Battery Backup Module is an add-on module that provides power to the 12Gb/s SAS RAID controller cache memory in the event of a power failure. The Battery Backup Module monitors the write back cache on the 12Gb/s SAS RAID controller, and provides power to the cache memory if it contains data not yet written to the hard drives when power failure occurs. A fully-charged BBU can preserve data for up to 72 hours during a power loss before the battery power depletes. Features • Module Dimension (W x H x D): 37.3 x 13 x 81.6 mm.
• BBM Connector: 2 x 6 box header.
• Operating Temperature: -0O C to +40O C.
• Operating Humidity: 45-85%, non-condensing.
• Storage Temperature: -40C to 60C.
• Storage Humidity: 45-85%, non-condensing.
• Input Voltage: +3.6VDC.
• On Board Battery Capacity: 1880mAH (1 x 1880mAH) for ARC-1883 series boards.

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