Lycom ST-132PC H/W RAID 2x SATA Enclosure Board for PC Case (to eSATA and USB2.0 Host)

Lycom ST-132PC H/W RAID 2x SATA Enclosure Board for PC Case (to eSATA and USB2.0 Host)

Scan code: LN23526 Manufacturer code: ST132PC Request call
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Product Overview ST132PC is a Popular computer case and 2 SATA hard drives as a hardware RAID 2Bay Storage System with Raid0,
Raid1, JBOD, BIG, SAFE50, SAFE 33 support. Supports eSATA or USB2.0 host.

Features • The GUI can monitor the status and activities of RAID Disks.
• Supports NCQ.
• Host and device status and activity LED’s.
• 1.5Gbps and 3.0Gbps PHY support with auto-negotiation.
• Compliant with SATA II external specification and 2-meter cable support.
• Hot-plug and ATAPI support.
• Complies with USB 2.0 specification with 480 Mb/s.
• Compatible with OHCI / UHCI / EHCI hosts.
Interface USB 2.0/eSATA
Connectivity 2 x SATA

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