Supermicro SATA Zero-Channel RAID Card - (AOC-2020SA)

Scan code: LN11662 Manufacturer code: AOC-2020SA Request call
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Product Overview Device Support:
- 1 SATA Hard Disk Drive per Port (point to point)

Data Transfer Rate:
- Up to 150 MB/sec per port

RAID Levels:
- 0, 1, 10, 5, JBOD

Cache Memory:
- 64 MB onboard ECC DDR MEmory

Bus Type:
- 64-bit / 100MHz PCI-X

Key RAID Features:
- Online capacity expansion
- Background initialization
- S.M.A.R.T. support
- Enclosure management support
- Hot-swap disk drive support for easy replacement
- Hot-spare disk support with automatic rebuild
- Supports bootable arrays

NOTE: The AOC-2020SA is compatible ONLY with these motherboards

NOTE: The AOC-2020SA is compatible ONLY with these SuperServers
• SS6014P-T
• SS6014P-TR
• SS6024H-T
• SS6024H-TR
• SS7044H-T
• SS7044H-TR

Features • Online capacity expansion.
• Background initialization.
• S.M.A.R.T. support.
• Enclosure management support.
• Hot-swap disk drive support for easy replacement.
• Hot-spare disk support with automatic rebuild.
• Supports bootable arrays.
Ports Total  
Ports Internal  
Ports External  
Connectors 1 x SATA 1.5Gb/s
Interface PCI-X (64bit 100MHz)
RAID Support
  • JBOD
  • RAID 0
  • RAID 1
  • RAID 10
  • RAID 5
Low Profile Compatible No
Cables Inc.  
Cache Memory 64MB

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