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LED Indicators / LED Anzeigen / Les Voyants LED
Power LED
Color
Power on
Green
Power off
None
RAID Alert LED
Color
Healthy
None
Danger
Blink Red
Error
Red
Number
of HDD’s
RAID Mode Switch
HD Switch
RAID 0 (Striping)
2 or 4
2
RAID 1 (Mirroring)
2
3
RAID 5
3 or 4
4
RAID 5+HotSpare
4
4 (HotSpare)
RAID 0+1
4
HDD (1, 2, 3, 4)
HDD LEDs
Left
(Connection)
Right
Color 1
(Health)
RAID mode
Color 2
(Access)
Disk error
None
Red
None
RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 5, RAID 0+1
Data access
White
None
Flash Blue
RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 5, RAID 0+1
Source HDD
White
None
Blue
RAID 1, RAID 5, RAID 0+1
Target HDD
Blink White
None
Blue
RAID 1, RAID 5, RAID 0+1
Disk Rebuild
General Notices
• Consistently make multiple backup copies of your data for your protection. Hard disk drives are subject to failure at any time.
• Rocstorage, Inc. shall not be held liable for loss of data or the restoration or recovery of data on the device. Please see complete
Limited Warranty Information in the User’s Manual or on the Rocstor website (www.rocstor.com) for further details.
Capacity Disclaimer
Actual accessible hard drive capacity will indicate up to 10% lower than stated under different Operating Systems and
formatting. Therefore, a 500GB capacity drive may show up as a 450GB drive (approximately.)
Warranty Period
The Limited warranty period for Airhawk external hard drives is two years for parts and labor.
Technical Support / RMA
Tel: (888) 877-7716 (USA and Canada)
Tel: +1 (818) 449-2000 (Domestic and Internationals)
Fax: +1 (818) 884-8777
Hours: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm PST, Mon - Fri (excluding holidays)
Email: support@Rocstor.com
Trademarks Acknowledgements
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trademarks of Rocstorage, Inc. "store your future", "secure your future" and “power your future” are the slogan marks of
Rocstorage, Inc. Apple, the Apple logo, Mac, Power Macintosh, FireWire, and Mac Pro, Leopard ... are trademarks of Apple
Computer, Inc. Microsoft, MS-DOS, Windows CE, Windows NT, Windows 98, Soft Windows, Vista ... are registered trademarks
of Microsoft Corporation. All other names are trademarks of their respective companies in the United States and other
countries. © 2000 - 2011
Designed/assembled/integrated in the U.S.A. using domestic and/or foreign components. Enclosure (without
hard drive) is made in China
Specifications, terms, warranties, descriptions, product and services herein are subject to change without notice. Ver.1207H
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ARCTICROC 4T
4-Bay RAID System
Quick Installation Guide
7
Place with its front view facing
you and the top lid on. Position
both hands on the top lid, one
in the front & one in the back.
Push the lid firmly downward
back to front.
8
9
Insert both ends of the chosen
cable(s) into the corresponding
port of the RAID System and
the host.
10
When connected, the System
LED light will turn green; the
HDD LED lights will turn white
and flash 15 seconds. If there
are HDDs, the HDD LED lights
will stay white. If there are no
HDDs, the HDD LED lights will
turn off after flashing.
12
Use a small, flat-blade
screwdriver to select the RAID
Mode (RAID Switch).
14
4 spare HDD screws 4 handles FireWire 400 & 800 cables USB cable eSATA cable External power supply
RAID
Turn the power switch to the
“on” position.
4 Spare
HDD Screws
2
Lift the top lid up to remove
the handles from the enclosure
itself and locate the HDD
screws in the packaging box.
13
RAID
eSATA
Place with its front view facing
you. Position both hands on the
top lid, one in the front & one
in the back. Push the lid front
to back, using your thumbs.
15
5
Some HDD makers
manufacture both "Desktop"
and "RAID" (or also called
"Enterprise") hard drive
editions. It is highly
recommended to use their
"RAID" edition.
Hold the HDD with the metal
cover side facing you and the
handle attached on the upward
position.
2
Finally, test sliding the handle to
make sure that the holes glide
smoothly on the screw guides.
Repeat the same procedures for
the rest of HDDs.
RAID
4
DC IN
Setting/Changing the RAID
Mode deletes all data stored
on the device. If you have
saved data in the drives,
backup all data before setting/
changing the RAID Mode.
Next, use the same small,
flat-blade screwdriver to select
the number of HDDs
(HD Switch).
ON
DC IN
Right
Left
Fasten the handle onto the
HDD by inserting and
tightening the screws, the left
one first, then the right one.
HD
OFF
After setting the new RAID
mode, power the RAID System
“on”.
eSATA
3
Power “off” the RAID System.
RAID
HD
Installing Hard Drives
DC IN
1
Setting/Changing the
RAID Mode
RAID
DC IN
11
2
DC IN
3
HDD Slots
(indicates HDD 1
through HDD 4)
Lock Slot / Port
1
4
eSATA
RAID Mode
Switch
HD Switch
Power Switch
RAID
HD
RAID
HD
DC IN
USB 2.0 Type B
eSATA Port
eSATA
RAID Alert
HDD1
HDD2
HDD3
HDD4
Power
“Front” Indicator
FireWire 800
(2 ports)
FireWire 400
eSATA
Top View
ON
DC IN
Cover View (Exposed)
eSATA
Rear View
DC IN
Front View
eSATA
RAID
RAID
RAID system unit
Connect the AC/DC power
adapter.
DC IN
16 HDD screws Quick Start Guide
Connecting to the Host
eSATA
Package Contents
Disk Volume Over 2TB
The RAID System supports and recognizes 2+TB HDDs, but the actual 2+TB support will vary depending on the different
operating systems used.
6
Align the handle with the guide
rails and slide the HDD into the
indicated slot. Firmly push
downward until a “thump”
sound is heard. Repeat the
same procedures for the rest
of HDDs.
3
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