Honeywell Security HERN64T8 8 bay desktop 8 TB network attached storage

Technical Specification

Features:
  • Make: Honeywell Security
  • Model code: HERN64T8
  • Series: HERN Series
  • Storage type: NAS
  • Capacity: 64 TB
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8 hot-swappable drive bays in a robust desktop chassis, dual-core CPU, 2x1GbE ports and 2x 10GbE ports JBOD expansion support through an expansion board Simplified remote management with comprehensive embedded web-based management Support for RAID 5 and RAID 6 - protection from a catastrophic single or double drive failure Maximum incoming rate 256Mbps, outgoing rate 150Mbps LUN mapping and masking bring flexibility for multiple applications and OS support on the same storage subsystem Open architecture provides the industry’s most comprehensive support for SATA hard drives and standardsbased management interfaces including SNMP

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Make Honeywell Security
Manufacturer Honeywell
Model code HERN64T8
Series HERN Series
Storage type NAS
Capacity 64 TB
Interface SATA 6G
Length 254 mm
Width 345 mm
Height 168 mm
Average operating power 250 W
CPU 2.20 GHZ
HDD Hotswap Yes
USB ports 2 x USB 3.1 Gen 2, 2 x USB 3.0
RAID RAID 5, RAID 6
Additional info
  • 8 hot-swappable drive bays in a robust desktop chassis, dual-core CPU, 2x1GbE ports and 2x 10GbE ports
  • JBOD expansion support through an expansion board
  • Simplified remote management with comprehensive embedded web-based management
  • Support for RAID 5 and RAID 6 - protection from a catastrophic single or double drive failure
  • Maximum incoming rate 256Mbps, outgoing rate 150Mbps
  • LUN mapping and masking bring flexibility for multiple applications and OS support on the same storage subsystem
  • Open architecture provides the industry’s most comprehensive support for SATA hard drives and standardsbased management interfaces including SNMP
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