MAIWO K35262C 3.5'' Type-C Dual Bay USB3.1 Gen HDD Enclosurew/ USBA+USB C Cable Space GreyModel #: K35262C Item #: DRI-K35262C2
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837 Howard Street, CA 94103
2727 S. El Camino Real, CA 94403
510 Lawrence Expressway, Suite 107, CA 94085
3777 Stevens Creek Blvd., CA 95051
5990 Mowry Ave., CA 94560
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MAIWO K35262C 3.5'' Type-C Dual Bay USB3.1 Gen HDD Enclosurew/ USBA+USB C Cable Space Grey
|Description||3.5'' Type C Dual Bay USB3.1 Gen2 HDD Enclosure, w/ USBA+USB C Cable, Space Grey|
|Features||1.Versatile Use Cases. The MAIWO K35262C 2-Bay 3.5-inch SATA RAID Enclosure is perfect for backing up crucial data, storing R&D documents, archiving files, creating music libraries, or saving video surveillance recordings. Its LED indicator allows you to monitor your hard drive's working status, while the sleep mode ensures power efficiency when idle. |
2. High-Speed Data Transfer. The USB 3.1 Type-C port delivers up to 10Gbps transfer speed and supports UASP acceleration protocol for rapid data transfers. The dual heat dissipation design featuring a built-in cooling fan and honeycomb heat dissipation holes ensures stable operation and extends the lifespan of the drive and system.
3. Wide Compatibility. The K35262C RAID enclosure is compatible with Windows, Linux, and Mac OS, and supports 3.5-inch SATA hard disks. Each hard drive has a dedicated bracket secured with screws for safety and stability.
4. Flexible RAID Modes. The enclosure supports four RAID modes: RAID 0, RAID 1, LARGE, and Normal. RAID 0 combines all HDD capacities for enhanced performance, while RAID 1 provides backup and self-restoration for two HDDs. LARGE mode merges all HDD capacities for easy management without performance upgrades. In Normal mode, HDDs operate independently without forming RAID.
5. Important Notes. RAID mode requires two or more HDDs. Backup all files before setting or changing RAID mode. Do not move the HDD while in RAID mode. Switch to Normal mode before setting or changing RAID modes to avoid product invalidation. For successful disk initialization, press and hold the RESET button, turn off the power switch, turn it back on, and release the RESET button. Refer to the user manual for more details.