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Scan code: LN3567 Manufacturer code: RR133 RE

Highpoint Rocket Raid 133RE 2Ch ATA133 Raid Host Adaptor

Highpoint Rocket Raid 133RE 2Ch ATA133 Raid Host Adaptor

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Scan code: LN3567 Manufacturer code: RR133 RE
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Product Overview As a 2 channel ATA133 RAID adapter, the RocketRAID 133 supports up to 4 IDE hard disk drives, and provides multi level RAID support including RAID 0, 1, 0/1, and JBOD. The RocketRAID 133 is a high quality, cost-effective solution for your mass storage needs.

2 ATA channels deliver high-performance data storage and retrieval

The RocketRAID 133 can support multiple RAID arrays, and the 2 independent ATA133 channels provide parallel disk/array access.
Due to the RocketRAID 133's RAID 0 and 0/1 capabilities, data storage and retrieval is dramatically faster than single drive systems.

Data security features based on RAID 1 mirroring, hot-spare, and hot swap capabilities

For RAID 1 and 0/1, the RocketRAID 133 provides disk mirroring, hot-spare options for automatic array-rebuilds, hot-swap support for swapping failed disks on the fly (works with Hot-Swap capable mobile racks such as Rocket Mate), and disk failure notification (audible alarms, visual warning messages).
These features provide a high level of security and data protection against hard disk failure.

Expand your computer's data storage/drive capacity with RocketRAID 133's mass storage capabilities

The RocketRAID 133 has 2 independent ATA channels, and supports up to 4 IDE hard disk drives. The RocketRAID 133 imposes no restrictions on hard disk capacity, and will meet the requirements of most all business and personal applications.

Windows-based utility for easy RAID configuration/management

In addition to the BIOS configuration utility, the RocketRAID 133 includes Windows-based RAID configuration software. The software provides and intuitive interface, which is designed to make RAID management easy, even for the inexperienced user.

Where would you need the RocketRAID 133?

As a high-performance, affordable RAID solution, RocketRAID 133 makes sense for nearly any corporate, retail, industrial, home, and small office environment. The RocketRAID 133 is ideal for LAN servers, critical business data storage, high-end PC workstations, video stream/video editing systems, etc.

Host side interface
32bit 33/66 MHz PCI

Device side interface
ATA133 (IDE)

RAID controller IC
HighPoint HPT372A UDMA ATA133 RAID Controller

Number of IDE channels
2 Channels

Maximum number of drives
4 hard disk drives

Supported Hard drives
Up to ATA133

Supported RAID Levels
RAID 0 (2-4 disks), RAID 1 (2 disks), 0/1 (4 disks), JBOD (2-4 disks)

Supported OSs
Windows 98/ME, Windows NT4.0, Win2000, Linux (SuSE, Red Hat, Caldera, Turbo)

RAID Management Tool
RAID Configuration and Management

GUI Function
RAID Configuration and Management (compatible with BIOS)

Additional Features

Bootable disk or disk array support
Disk hot spare for automatic mirror rebuilding
Hot-swapping failed hard drives for RAID 1 or 0/1
Automatic e-mail notification when error occurs
Large LBA support capacity larger than 137GB Features

Please note your statutory rights are not affected.

For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions

12 months
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
12 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
0871 472 4747

Additional Notes:
12 months warranty direct with scan, remainder subject to manufacturer warranty.

This Warranty does not cover any damage due to abnormal use or conditions, misuse, neglect, abuse, accident, improper handling or storage, exposure to moisture, unauthorized modifications, alterations, or repairs, improper installation, improper use of any electrical source, undue physical or electrical stress, operator error, non-compliance with instructions.

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