TVS-882BRT3
User Guide
Document Version: 2
13/07/2017
TVS-882BRT3 User Guide
Contents
1. Preface
About This Guide.......................................................................................................................................... 3
Audience.......................................................................................................................................................3
Document Conventions................................................................................................................................ 3
2. Product Overview
About the TVS-882BRT3.............................................................................................................................. 4
Hardware Specifications............................................................................................................................... 4
Package Contents........................................................................................................................................ 7
Components................................................................................................................................................. 7
Front Panel............................................................................................................................................... 7
Back Panel............................................................................................................................................... 8
Right Panel............................................................................................................................................... 9
Left Panel............................................................................................................................................... 10
Drive Numbering.....................................................................................................................................10
M.2 Solid State Drive Numbering........................................................................................................... 11
Installation Requirements............................................................................................................................11
Setting Up the NAS..................................................................................................................................... 11
3. Installation and Configuration
Hardware Installation.................................................................................................................................. 13
Drive Installation..................................................................................................................................... 13
Optical Drive Installation.........................................................................................................................23
Installing Expansion Cards..................................................................................................................... 35
Replacing Memory Modules................................................................................................................... 39
Replacing CPU Fans.............................................................................................................................. 43
QTS Installation.......................................................................................................................................... 49
Installing QTS Using Qfinder Pro........................................................................................................... 49
Installing QTS Using the Cloud Key....................................................................................................... 51
Installing QTS Using an HDMI Connection............................................................................................ 52
4. Basic Operations
Power Button.............................................................................................................................................. 54
Reset Button............................................................................................................................................... 54
USB One-Touch Copy Button..................................................................................................................... 54
LCD Panel.................................................................................................................................................. 55
Viewing TCP/IP Settings........................................................................................................................ 55
Configuring TCP/IP Settings...................................................................................................................55
Viewing Drive Information.......................................................................................................................56
Viewing Volume Information................................................................................................................... 56
Viewing System Information................................................................................................................... 57
Powering Off the NAS............................................................................................................................ 57
Restarting the NAS.................................................................................................................................57
Changing the LCD Password................................................................................................................. 57
LCD Error Messages.............................................................................................................................. 58
LEDs........................................................................................................................................................... 58
Beep Alarm................................................................................................................................................. 60
5. Troubleshooting
Forcing Qfinder Pro or myQNAPcloud to Locate the NAS......................................................................... 61
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Hot-Swapping Failed Drives....................................................................................................................... 61
Recovering Unintentionally Removed Healthy Drives................................................................................ 62
Support and Other Resources.................................................................................................................... 62
6. Glossary
CloudKey.................................................................................................................................................... 63
CloudLink....................................................................................................................................................63
myQNAPcloud............................................................................................................................................ 63
myQNAPcloud ID........................................................................................................................................63
Qfinder Pro................................................................................................................................................. 63
QTS.............................................................................................................................................................63
7. Notices
Limited Warranty.........................................................................................................................................64
Disclaimer................................................................................................................................................... 64
GNU Public License....................................................................................................................................64
FCC Notice................................................................................................................................................. 72
CE Notice....................................................................................................................................................72
SJ/T 11364-2006.........................................................................................................................................73
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TVS-882BRT3 User Guide
1. Preface
About This Guide
This guide provides information on the QNAP TVS-882BRT3 NAS and step-by-step instructions on installing
the hardware. It also provides instructions on basic operations and troubleshooting information.
Audience
This document is intended for consumers and storage administrators. This guide assumes that the user has
a basic understanding of storage and backup concepts.
Document Conventions
Symbol
Description
Notes provide default configuration settings and other supplementary
information.
Important notes provide information on required configuration settings and other
critical information.
Tips provide recommendations or alternative methods of performing a task or
configuring settings.
Warnings provide information, that when ignored, may result to potential loss,
injury, or even death.
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2. Product Overview
This chapter provides basic information about the QNAP TVS-882BRT3 NAS.
About the TVS-882BRT3
The TVS-882BRT3 is powered by 7th generation Intel® quad-core processors and dual-channel DDR4 RAM.
The NAS includes one 5.25-inch SATA drive bay for Blu-ray disc drive installation and four Thunderbolt™ 3
ports for high-speed data transmission. The TVS-882BRT3 also has two M.2 SSD slots for cache
acceleration and three HDMI ports for media applications.
Hardware Specifications
Important
Modifying the hardware or software of your QNAP product invalidates the warranty. QNAP
is not responsible for any damage or data loss caused by unauthorized modifications and
installation of unsupported third-party applications.
Component
Ordering P/N
TVS-882BRT3
• TVS-882BRT3-i5-16G
• TVS-882BRT3-i7-32G
• TVS-882BRT3-ODD-i5-16G
• TVS-882BRT3-ODD-i7-32G
Processor
CPU
Intel® Core™ i5-7500 quad-core
3.4 GHz, burst up to 3.8 GHz
Intel® Core™ i7-7700 quad-core 3.6 GHz, burst
up to 4.2 GHz
Architecture
64-bit
Graphics
9th generation Intel® HD Graphics
Memory
Pre-installed
memory
16 GB (2 x 8 GB) of DDR4 UDIMM
32 GB (4 x 8 GB) of DDR4 UDIMM
Total memory slots
4
Maximum memory
64 GB (4 x 16 GB)
Storage
Drive bays
Drive compatibility
8 x SATA 6 Gbps
• 3.5-inch SATA hard disk drives
• 2.5-inch SATA hard disk drives
• 2.5-inch SATA solid state drives
M.2 SSD interface
type
M.2 SSD
compatibility
2 x SATA 6 Gbps
• 2242
• 2260
• 2280
• 22110
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Component
SSD cache
acceleration
support
Hot-swappable
TVS-882BRT3
• Drives 1 to 8
• M.2 SSDs 1 to 2
Yes
Note
• SSD cache drives are not hot-swappable.
• M.2 SSDs are not hot-swappable.
Optical Storage
Optical drive bay
Optical drive type
1 x 5.25-inch SATA
• 1 x 5.25-inch Blu-ray Disc drive
• 2 x Slim optical drives
Note
The TVS-882BRT3-ODD-i5-16G and TVS-882BRT3-ODD-i7-32G
include a pre-installed 5.25-inch Blu-ray Disc writer. For other NAS
models, optical drives must be purchased separately.
RAID
RAID types
• Single
• JBOD
• RAID 0
• RAID 1
• RAID 5
• RAID 6
• RAID 10
RAID Migration
• Single to RAID 1
• Single to RAID 5
• RAID 1 to RAID 5
• RAID 5 to RAID 6
Network
10 Gigabit Ethernet
ports
Optional: 10GbE port through a PCIe expansion card
Gigabit Ethernet
ports
4 x RJ45
Expansion
USB ports
• Front: 1 x USB 3.0
• Rear: 4 x USB 3.0
Thunderbolt™
4 x Thunderbolt™ 3 ports
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Component
PCIe slots
TVS-882BRT3
• 1 x PCIe 3.0 x8
Note
QNAP dual-port Thunderbolt™ expansion cards are pre-installed
on the two PCIe 3.0 x4 slots.
Audiovisual
LCD Panel
Monochrome LCD with Enter & Select buttons
HDMI outputs
Audio
3 x HDMI v1.4b ports (up to 3840 x 2160 @ 30 Hz resolution)
• 2 x 6.3 mm microphone jacks
• 1 x 3.5 mm line-out jack
• 2 x built-in speakers
Interface
Buttons
• Power
• USB One Touch Copy
• Reset
LED indicators
• Status
• Drives 1 to 8
• M.2 SSDs 1-2
IR sensor
QNAP RM-IR004 remote control (MCE compatible)
Dimensions
Dimensions (H x W
x D)
Net weight
234.6 x 369.9 x 319.8 mm
9.23 x 14.56 x 12.59 in
• NAS: 11.55 kg (25.46 lbs)
• 5.25-inch optical drive: 0.63kg (1.39 lbs)
Form factor
Tower
Other
Flash memory
512 MB DOM
Power supply unit
Fans
ATX 100-240 V, 3-1.5 V Output 250 W
• System: 3 x 80 mm
• CPU: 1 x 90 mm
Sound level
Sound pressure (LpAm) (bystander position): 21.6 dB
(with 8 x Seagate ST2000VN000-1HJ164 hard drive installed)
Operating
temperature
0 to 40˚C (32 to 104˚F)
Relative humidity
• Non-condensing relative humidity: 5 to 95%
• Wet-bulb temperature: 27˚C (80.6˚F)
Note
Model specifications are subject to change without prior notice. To see the latest
specifications, go to https://www.qnap.com.
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Package Contents
Item
Quantity
TVS-882BRT3 NAS
1
5.25-inch Blu-ray Disc drive
1
Note
The TVS-882BRT3-ODD-i5-16G and
TVS-882BRT3-ODD-i7-32G include a
pre-installed 5.25-inch Blu-ray Disc
writer.
Power cord
1
Ethernet cables
4
RM-IR004 infrared (IR) remote control
1
Screws for 3.5-inch drives
32
Screws for 2.5-inch drives
24
Screws for M.2 solid state drives
• 2 x flat head screws
• 2 x riser screws
M.2 SSD heatsinks
2
Quick Installation Guide (QIG)
1
Components
Front Panel
No.
Component
No.
Component
1
LCD panel
6
USB One Touch Copy button
2
Enter button
7
USB 3.0 One Touch Copy port
3
Select button
8
Drive LEDs
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No.
Component
No.
Component
4
Status LED
9
M.2 LEDs
5
Power button
10
Optical drive bay
Back Panel
No.
Component
No.
Component
1
PCIe 3.0 x8 cover
6
Gigabit RJ45 Ethernet ports
2
Power port
7
3.5 mm speaker jack
3
Power switch
8
6.3 mm microphone jacks
4
Reset button
9
USB 3.0 ports
5
HDMI ports
10
Thunderbolt™ 3 ports
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Right Panel
Note
The image does not include the case cover.
No.
1
Component
PCIe 3.0 x4 slots
No.
3
Component
Memory slots
Note
QNAP dual-port Thunderbolt™
expansion cards are pre-installed
on the two PCIe 3.0 x4 slots.
2
M.2 SSD slots
-
-
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Left Panel
Note
The image does not include the case cover.
No.
1
Component
PCIe 3.0 x8 slot
No.
-
Component
-
Drive Numbering
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M.2 Solid State Drive Numbering
Note
The image does not include the case cover.
Installation Requirements
Category
Environment
Item
• Room temperature: 0 to 40˚C (32 to 104˚F)
• Non-condensing relative humidity: 5 to 95%
• Wet-bulb temperature: 27˚C (80.6˚F)
• Flat, anti-static surface with no exposure to direct sunlight, liquids,
and chemicals
Hardware and peripherals
• Storage drives
For details on compatible drives, go to https://www.qnap.com/
compatibility/.
• Network cable
Tools
• Phillips #1 or #2 screwdriver
• Anti-static wrist strap
Setting Up the NAS
1. Place your NAS device in an environment that meets the requirements.
For details, see Installation Requirements.
2. Verify that the intake vents on the bottom of the case are unobstructed.
3. Install the drives.
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For details, see Installing 3.5-inch Hard Drives, Installing 2.5-inch Hard Drives or Solid State Drives,
and Installing M.2 Solid State Drives
4. Optional: Install the optical disc drive.
For details, see Installing 5.25-inch Optical Drives and Installing Slim Optical Drives.
5. Connect the power cord and all applicable cables.
6. Power on the NAS.
7. Install QTS.
For details, see QTS Installation.
8. Log on to QTS.
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3. Installation and Configuration
This chapter provides specific hardware and operating system installation and configuration steps.
Hardware Installation
This section provides information on installing drives, memory modules, optical disc drives, expansion cards,
and fans.
Drive Installation
The TVS-882BRT3 is compatible with 3.5-inch and 2.5-inch hard drives, 2.5-inch solid state drives, and M.2
solid state drives.
Installing 3.5-inch Hard Drives
Warning
• Installing a drive deletes all data on the drive.
• Observe electrostatic discharge (ESD) procedures to avoid damage to components.
1. Power off the NAS.
2. Remove the drive tray.
a. Slide the lock down.
b. Push the button to release the tray handle.
c. Pull the tray out.
3. Install a drive on the tray.
a. Remove the fastening panels from the sides of the drive tray.
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b. Place the drive on the tray so that the holes on the sides of the drive are aligned with the holes on
the sides of the tray.
c. Attach the fastening panels to lock the drive to the tray.
d. Optional: Attach the screws to lock the drive to the tray.
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Note
Attaching screws provides further security and stability for the drives.
4. Load the tray into the bay.
a. Slide the tray into the drive bay.
b. Push the handle.
c. Slide the lock up.
5. Power on the NAS.
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Installing 2.5-inch Hard Drives or Solid State Drives
Warning
• Installing a drive deletes all data on the drive.
• Observe electrostatic discharge (ESD) procedures to avoid damage to components.
1. Power off the NAS.
2. Remove the drive tray.
a. Slide the lock down.
b. Push the button to release the tray handle.
c. Pull the tray out.
3. Install a drive on the tray.
a. Remove the right fastening panel from the drive tray.
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b. Place the drive on the tray so that the holes on the sides of the drive are aligned with the holes on
the sides of the tray.
c. Attach the screws to lock the drive to the tray.
4. Load the tray into the bay.
a. Slide the tray into the drive bay.
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b. Push the handle.
c. Slide the lock up.
5. Power on the NAS.
Installing M.2 Solid State Drives
Warning
• Only qualified personnel should perform the following steps. Failure to follow
instructions can result in serious injury or death.
• Observe electrostatic discharge (ESD) procedures to avoid damage to components.
Note
QNAP recommends installing heatsinks onto the M.2 SSD controllers to enhance cooling
efficiency and to ensure consistent performance.
1. Power off the NAS.
2. Unplug the power cord from the electrical outlet.
3. Disconnect all cables and external attachments.
4. Remove the case cover.
a. Remove the screws that secure the case cover to the chassis.
b. Slide the case cover back.
c. Pull the case cover up until it completely detaches from the chassis.
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5. Remove the fan module.
a. Disconnect the fan cable from the system board.
b. Remove the screw that secures the fan module to the chassis.
c. Press the clip and then pull the fan module away from the system board.
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6. Install a heatsink onto the M.2 SSD.
a. Locate the controller on the M.2 SSD.
Note
The controller location varies depending on the model and manufacturer of the M.2 SSD.
For details, refer to the documentation or contact the manufacturer.
b. Remove the release liner from the bottom of the heatsink.
c. Install the heatsink onto the controller.
7. Install the M.2 SSD.
a. Attach the riser screw to the appropriate location based on the size of your M.2 SSD.
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b. Insert the M.2 SSD into the slot.
c. Attach the flat head screw to the riser screw.
8. Attach the fan module.
a. Align the protruding part of the fan module with the hole on the chassis below the M.2 SSD slot.
b. Push the fan module toward the system board until the clip locks the fan module into place.
c. Attach the screw that secures the fan module to the chassis.
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d. Connect the fan cable to the system board.
9. Attach the case cover.
a. Slide the case cover down until it completely connects with the chassis.
b. Slide the case cover forward.
c. Attach the screws to the back side of the case.
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10. Connect all cables and external attachments.
11. Plug the power cord.
12. Power on the NAS.
Optical Drive Installation
The TVS-882BRT3 is compatible with 5.25-inch optical drives and slim optical drives. You can install either
one 5.25-inch or two slim optical drives in the SATA optical drive bay.
Note
The TVS-882BRT3-ODD-i5-16G and TVS-882BRT3-ODD-i7-32G include a pre-installed
5.25-inch Blu-ray Disc writer. For other NAS models, optical drives must be purchased
separately.
Installing 5.25-inch Optical Drives
The TVS-882BRT3 supports reading from and writing to optical discs, including DVD and Blu-ray discs.
1. Power off the NAS.
2. Unplug the power cord from the electrical outlet.
3. Disconnect all cables and external attachments.
4. Remove the case cover.
a. Remove the screws that secure the case cover to the chassis.
b. Slide the case cover back.
c. Pull the case cover up until it completely detaches from the chassis.
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5. Install a 5.25-inch optical drive.
a. Push the drive bay cover from the back to remove it from the chassis.
b. Slide the drive into the drive bay.
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6. Attach screws to secure the left side of the optical drive to the chassis.
7. Insert the SATA connector to the SATA port on the drive.
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Note
Depending on the hardware configuration, you may need to remove an existing SATA cable.
8. Verify that the other SATA connector is inserted to the on-board SATA port below the drive bay.
Note
The TVS-882BRT3-i5-16G and TVS-882BRT3-i7-32G include a SATA cable pre-attached to the
chassis.
9. Attach the case cover.
a. Slide the case cover down until it completely connects with the chassis.
b. Slide the case cover forward.
c. Attach the screws to the back side of the case.
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10. Connect all cables and external attachments.
11. Plug the power cord.
12. Power on the NAS.
Installing Slim Optical Drives
The TVS-882BRT3 supports reading from and writing to optical discs, including DVD and Blu-ray discs.
Note
Slim optical drive kits must be purchased separately. Every kit includes screws and a
SATA-to-mini-SATA cable.
1. Power off the NAS.
2. Unplug the power cord from the electrical outlet.
3. Disconnect all cables and external attachments.
4. Remove the case cover.
a. Remove the screws that secure the case cover to the chassis.
b. Slide the case cover back.
c. Pull the case cover up until it completely detaches from the chassis.
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5. Install a slim optical drive.
a. Insert a slim optical drive into the slim optical drive kit.
b. Attach the screws to secure the slim optical drive to the slim optical drive kit.
6. Optional: Install a second slim optical drive.
7. Insert the slim optical drive kit into the NAS.
a. Push the drive bay cover from the back to remove it from the chassis.
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b. Slide the drive kit into the drive bay.
c. Attach the screws to secure the slim optical drive kit to the chassis.
d. Optional: Remove the existing SATA cable from the chassis.
Note
The TVS-882BRT3-i5-16G and TVS-882BRT3-i7-32G include a SATA cable pre-attached to the
chassis. Depending on the hardware configuration, you may need to remove an existing SATA
cable.
e. Find the SATA-to-mini SATA cable included with the slim optical drive kit.
f. Insert the mini-SATA connector to the mini-SATA port on the slim optical drive.
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g. Insert the SATA connector to the on-board SATA port below the drive bay.
8. Attach the case cover.
a. Slide the case cover down until it completely connects with the chassis.
b. Slide the case cover forward.
c. Attach the screws to the back side of the case.
9. Connect all cables and external attachments.
10. Plug the power cord.
11. Power on the NAS.
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Removing 5.25-inch Optical Drives
1. Power off the NAS.
2. Unplug the power cord from the electrical outlet.
3. Disconnect all cables and external attachments.
4. Remove the case cover.
a. Remove the screws that secure the case cover to the chassis.
b. Slide the case cover back.
c. Pull the case cover up until it completely detaches from the chassis.
5. Remove a 5.25-inch optical drive.
a. Remove the SATA connector from the SATA port on the optical drive.
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b. Optional: Remove the other SATA connector from the on-board SATA port below the drive bay.
c. Remove the screws that secure the left side of the optical drive to the chassis.
d. Push the optical drive from the back until it completely detaches from the drive bay.
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6. Attach the case cover.
a. Slide the case cover down until it completely connects with the chassis.
b. Slide the case cover forward.
c. Attach the screws to the back side of the case.
Removing Slim Optical Drives
1. Power off the NAS.
2. Unplug the power cord from the electrical outlet.
3. Disconnect all cables and external attachments.
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4. Remove the case cover.
a. Remove the screws that secure the case cover to the chassis.
b. Slide the case cover back.
c. Pull the case cover up until it completely detaches from the chassis.
5. Remove a slim optical drive.
a. Remove the mini-SATA connector from the mini-SATA port on the slim optical drive.
b. Remove the screws that secure the slim optical drive kit to the chassis.
c. Optional: Remove the SATA connector from the on-board SATA port below the drive tray.
d. Push the slim optical drive kit from the back until it completely detaches from the drive bay.
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6. Attach the case cover.
a. Slide the case cover down until it completely connects with the chassis.
b. Slide the case cover forward.
c. Attach the screws to the back side of the case.
Installing Expansion Cards
The NAS supports selected expansion cards, some of which require QNAP PCIe brackets. QNAP-branded
expansion cards purchased from the company website are shipped with the brackets necessary to fit all
QNAP NAS models.
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For details on supported expansion cards and brackets, go to www.qnap.com/compatibility.
Note
QNAP dual-port Thunderbolt™ expansion cards are pre-installed on the two PCIe 3.0 x4
slots.
Warning
• Only qualified personnel should perform the following steps. Failure to follow
instructions can result in serious injury or death.
• Observe electrostatic discharge (ESD) procedures to avoid damage to components.
1. Check the expansion cards and brackets supported by your model on the QNAP website.
a. Go to www.qnap.com/compatibility.
b. Click Search by NAS.
c. Specify the number of bays and the specific model of your NAS.
d. Under Category, select Expansion Card.
e. Locate the expansion card model in the list and then click the corresponding Note icon.
2. Power off the NAS.
3. Unplug the power cord from the electrical outlet.
4. Disconnect all cables and external attachments.
5. Remove the case cover.
a. Remove the screws that secure the case cover to the chassis.
b. Slide the case cover back.
c. Pull the case cover up until it completely detaches from the chassis.
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6. Remove the PCIe cover.
a. Remove the screw from the PCIe cover.
b. Pull the cover off.
PCIe 3.0 x8
7. Optional: Attach the QNAP bracket to the expansion card.
a. Remove all screws of the existing bracket.
b. Carefully pull the bracket away from the card.
c. Attach the QNAP bracket to the card using the same screws.
d. Verify that the bracket does not move.
8. Install the expansion card.
a. Hold the expansion card by the edges.
b. Insert the card into the slot.
c. Attach the screw.
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PCIe 3.0 x8
9. Attach the case cover.
a. Slide the case cover down until it completely connects with the chassis.
b. Slide the case cover forward.
c. Attach the screws to the back side of the case.
10. Connect all cables and external attachments.
11. Plug the power cord.
12. Power on the NAS.
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Replacing Memory Modules
The NAS has four memory slots. Depending on the model, you can increase the memory capacity of the
NAS by upgrading one or all modules.
Use only QNAP modules of the same type and capacity to maintain system performance and stability. You
can purchase QNAP memory modules from authorized resellers.
Warning
• Only qualified personnel should perform the following steps. Failure to follow
instructions can result in serious injury or death.
• Observe electrostatic discharge (ESD) procedures to avoid damage to components.
1. Power off the NAS.
2. Unplug the power cord from the electrical outlet.
3. Disconnect all cables and external attachments.
4. Remove the case cover.
a. Remove the screws that secure the case cover to the chassis.
b. Slide the case cover back.
c. Pull the case cover up until it completely detaches from the chassis.
5. Remove the fan module.
a. Disconnect the fan cable from the system board.
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b. Remove the screw that secures the fan module to the chassis.
c. Press the clip and then pull the fan module away from the system board.
6. Remove an existing module.
a. Push the retention clips outward simultaneously to release the module.
b. Hold the module by the edges and then carefully slide it out of the slot.
Warning
Attempting to remove a module that is not completely released may damage the module and
the motherboard.
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7. Install a new module.
a. Align the notch with the ridge in the slot.
b. Insert the module into the slot.
c. Verify that the metal connectors are completely inserted into the slot.
8. Attach the fan module.
a. Align the protruding part of the fan module with the hole on the chassis below the M.2 SSD slot.
b. Push the fan module toward the system board until the clip locks the fan module into place.
c. Attach the screw that secures the fan module to the chassis.
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d. Connect the fan cable to the system board.
9. Attach the case cover.
a. Slide the case cover down until it completely connects with the chassis.
b. Slide the case cover forward.
c. Attach the screws to the back side of the case.
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10. Connect all cables and external attachments.
11. Plug the power cord.
12. Power on the NAS.
13. Verify that the module is recognized by the NAS.
a. Log on to QTS as administrator.
b. Go to Control Panel > System > System Status > Hardware Information .
c. Check the value for Total memory.
Replacing CPU Fans
1. Power off the NAS.
2. Unplug the power cord from the electrical outlet.
3. Disconnect all cables and external attachments.
4. Remove the case cover.
a. Remove the screws that secure the case cover to the chassis.
b. Slide the case cover back.
c. Pull the case cover up until it completely detaches from the chassis.
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5. Remove the fan module.
a. Disconnect the fan cable from the system board.
b. Remove the screw that secures the fan module to the chassis.
c. Press the clip and then pull the fan module away from the system board.
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6. Remove an existing fan.
a. Remove the screws that secure the fan to the fan chassis.
b. Remove the fan cable from the openings of the cable clips on the fan chassis.
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c. Detach the fan from the fan chassis.
7. Install a new fan in the same location.
a. Position the fan chassis so that the cable clips face upward.
b. Align the holes on the fan with those on the fan chassis.
c. Attach the screws to secure the fan to the fan chassis.
d. Attach the fan cable to openings of the cable clips on the fan chassis.
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8. Attach the fan module.
a. Align the protruding part of the fan module with the hole on the chassis below the M.2 SSD slot.
b. Push the fan module toward the system board until the clip locks the fan module into place.
c. Attach the screw that secures the fan module to the chassis.
d. Connect the fan cable to the system board.
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9. Attach the case cover.
a. Slide the case cover down until it completely connects with the chassis.
b. Slide the case cover forward.
c. Attach the screws to the back side of the case.
10. Connect all cables and external attachments.
11. Plug the power cord.
12. Power on the NAS.
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QTS Installation
The TVS-882BRT3 uses the QNAP QTS operating system. You can install QTS using any of the following
methods.
Method
Qfinder Pro
installation
(Recommended)
Description
If the NAS is connected to your local area
network, you can do the following:
• Locate the NAS using Qfinder Pro.
Requirements
• Computer
• Network cable
• Qfinder Pro installer
• Complete the steps in the Smart
Installation Guide wizard.
For details, see Installing QTS Using
Qfinder Pro.
Cloud installation
If the NAS is connected to the internet,
you can do the following:
• Scan the QR code on the NAS.
• Log into your myQNAPcloud account.
• Computer or mobile device
• Network cable
• myQNAPcloud account
• CloudKey
• Use CloudLink to remotely access
your NAS.
• Complete the steps in the Smart
Installation Guide wizard.
For details, see Installing QTS Using the
Cloud Key.
Local installation
If the NAS supports HDMI output, you can
do the following:
• Connect the NAS to the required
hardware.
• Monitor
• HDMI cable
• USB keyboard or remote control (not
available on all models)
• Complete the steps in the Smart
Installation Guide wizard.
For details, see Installing QTS Using an
HDMI Connection.
Installing QTS Using Qfinder Pro
Warning
Installing QTS deletes all data on the drives. Back up your data before proceeding.
1. Power on the NAS.
2. Connect the NAS to your local area network.
3. Run Qfinder Pro on a computer that is connected to the same local area network.
To download Qfinder Pro, go to https://www.qnap.com/utilities.
4. Locate the NAS in the list and then double-click the name or IP address.
The QTS Installation Wizard page loads in the default web browser.
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5. Click Start Smart Installation Guide.
The Enter the NAS name and administator's password screen appears.
6. Specify the following information.
• NAS name: Specify a name with 1 to 14 characters. The name supports letters (A to Z, a to z),
numbers (0 to 9), and hyphens (-), but cannot end with a hyphen.
• Password: Specify an administrator password with 1 to 64 characters. The password supports all
ASCII characters.
7. Click Next.
The Set the date and time screen appears.
8. Specify the time zone, date, and time.
Tip
QNAP recommends connecting to an NTP server to ensure that the NAS follows the
Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) standard.
9. Click Next.
The Configure the network settings screen appears.
10. Select Obtain an IP address automatically (DHCP).
11. Click Next.
The Cross-platform file transfer service screen appears.
12. Select the types of devices that you will use to access shared folders on the NAS.
13. Click Next.
The Select the disk configuration screen appears.
14. Select Configure disks later.
For details on configuring disks, see the Storage Manager section of the QTS User Guide.
15. Click Next.
The Enable multimedia functions screen appears.
16. Select No.
Enabling the multimedia functions allows you to install multimedia applications after configuring the
disks in Storage Manager.
For details on enabling multimedia functions on QTS, see the System Administration section of the
QTS User Guide.
17. Click Next.
The Summary screen appears.
18. Review the settings.
19. Click Apply.
A confirmation message appears.
Warning
Clicking Confirm deletes all data on the drive before installing QTS.
20. Click Confirm.
QTS is installed.
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Installing QTS Using the Cloud Key
Warning
Installing QTS deletes all data on the drives. Back up your data before proceeding.
1. Power on the NAS.
2. Connect the NAS to the internet.
3. Go to the QNAP Cloud Installation page using one of the following methods:
• On your computer, go to http://install.qnap.com/.
• Scan the QR code on the NAS using a mobile device.
4. Specify the Cloud Key on the NAS.
5. Create an account or log in to myQNAPcloud.
6. Specify the myQNAPcloud name for the NAS.
The myQNAPcloud name is used when remotely accessing the NAS.
7. Optional: Select CloudLink.
CloudLink allows you to remotely access the NAS without having to configure port forwarding on your
router. You can remotely access the NAS by logging into QTS or by using mobile apps.
You can also enable CloudLink by installing the CloudLink app on the NAS.
8. Click Next.
The Smart Installation Guide appears.
9. Click Start Smart Installation Guide.
The Enter the NAS name and administator's password screen appears.
10. Specify the following information.
• NAS name: Specify a name with 1 to 14 characters. The name supports letters (A to Z, a to z),
numbers (0 to 9), and hyphens (-), but cannot end with a hyphen.
• Password: Specify an administrator password with 1 to 64 characters. The password supports all
ASCII characters.
11. Click Next.
The Set the date and time screen appears.
12. Specify the time zone, date, and time.
Tip
QNAP recommends connecting to an NTP server to ensure that the NAS follows the
Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) standard.
13. Click Next.
The Configure the network settings screen appears.
14. Select Obtain an IP address automatically (DHCP).
15. Click Next.
The Cross-platform file transfer service screen appears.
16. Select the types of devices that you will use to access shared folders on the NAS.
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17. Click Next.
The Select the disk configuration screen appears.
18. Select Configure disks later.
For details on configuring disks, see the Storage Manager section of the QTS User Guide.
19. Click Next.
The Enable multimedia functions screen appears.
20. Select No.
Enabling the multimedia functions allows you to install multimedia applications after configuring the
disks in Storage Manager.
For details on enabling multimedia functions on QTS, see the System Administration section of the
QTS User Guide.
21. Click Next.
The Summary screen appears.
22. Review the settings.
23. Click Apply.
A confirmation message appears.
Warning
Clicking Confirm deletes all data on the drive before installing QTS.
24. Click Confirm.
QTS is installed.
Installing QTS Using an HDMI Connection
Warning
Installing QTS deletes all data on the drives. Back up your data before proceeding.
1. Connect an HDMI monitor to the NAS.
2. Connect a USB keyboard to the NAS or prepare the QNAP IR remote control (not available on all
models).
3. Power on the NAS.
The Welcome screen of the Smart Installation Guide appears.
4. Select Start Smart Installation Guide.
The Enable the multimedia features screen appears.
5. Select No, skip this process.
Enabling the multimedia functions allows you to install multimedia applications after configuring the
disks in Storage Manager.
For details on enabling multimedia functions on QTS, see the System Administration section of the
QTS User Guide.
The Select the disk configuration screen appears.
6. Select Configure later.
For details on configuring disks, see the Storage Manager section of the QTS User Guide.
The first Summary screen appears.
7. Review the settings.
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8. Click Next.
The second Summary screen appears.
9. Review the settings.
10. Click Next.
The Confirm screen appears.
Warning
Clicking Confirm deletes all data on the drive before installing QTS.
11. Click Next.
QTS is installed.
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4. Basic Operations
This chapter describes basic NAS operations.
Power Button
Operation
User Action
Result
Power on
Press the button once.
The NAS powers on.
Power off
Press and hold the button for 1.5
seconds.
The NAS powers off.
Force power off
Press and hold the button for 5
seconds.
The NAS shuts down.
Important
Use this method only
when the NAS is
unresponsive.
Reset Button
Operation
Basic system reset
User Action
Press and hold the
button for 3 seconds.
Result
The following settings are reset to default:
• System administrator password: admin
• TCP/IP configuration:
• Obtain IP address settings automatically via
DHCP
• Disable jumbo frames
• If port trunking is enabled (multi-LAN models
only), the port trunking mode is reset to “Active
Backup (Failover)”.
• System port: 8080 (system service port)
• Security level: Low (Allow all connections)
• LCD panel password: (blank)
• VLAN: Disabled
Advanced system
reset
Press and hold the
The default factory settings are restored.
button for 10 seconds.
• To retrieve old data after an advanced system reset,
recreate the previous folder structure on the NAS.
USB One-Touch Copy Button
The USB One-Touch Copy button allows you to copy data backups from an external USB device to the NAS
or from the NAS to an external USB device.
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This feature supports incremental backups. The NAS only copies files that were modified or added after the
last backup.
For details on configuring USB One-Touch Copy, see the QTS User Guide.
LCD Panel
The LCD panel allows you to perform the following operations:
• Restart and power off the NAS
• Configure or change the LCD panel password
• View and configure network settings
• View information on the system, physical disks, and volumes
Viewing TCP/IP Settings
You can view the following settings for each network adapter on the NAS:
• IP address
• Subnet mask
• Default gateway
• Primary DNS
• Secondary DNS
1. Press Enter or Select.
The panel displays the NAS name and QTS version.
2. Press and hold Enter for two seconds.
The panel displays Main Menu 1. TCP/IP.
3. Press and hold Enter.
The panel displays the IP address of the first network adapter.
4. Press and hold Select to view the next TCP/IP screen.
5. Optional: Repeat step 4 as necessary.
Configuring TCP/IP Settings
You can configure the following settings for each network adapter on the NAS:
• IP address
• Subnet mask
• Default gateway
• Primary DNS
• Secondary DNS
1. Press Enter or Select.
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The panel displays the NAS name and QTS version.
2. Press and hold Enter for two seconds.
The panel displays Main Menu 1. TCP/IP.
3. Press and hold Enter.
The panel displays the IP address of the first network adapter.
4. Press Select repeatedly until the panel displays Enter Network Settings.
5. Press and hold Enter.
The panel displays the configurable network settings.
6. Press Select and Enter to configure the settings.
Button
Enter
Usage
• Display a configuration screen.
• Move to the next item on a configuration screen.
Select
• Move to the next item on a menu.
• Modify a value on a configuration screen.
Viewing Drive Information
The LCD panel can display the temperature and capacity of each drive installed in the NAS. To go to drive
information:
1. Press Enter or Select to turn on the screen.
The panel displays the NAS name and QTS version.
2. Press and hold the Enter button for 2 seconds to enter the Main Menu.
The panel displays Main Menu 1. TCP/IP.
3. Repeatedly press and hold the Enter button until Main Menu 2. Physical disk appears.
4. Press and hold the Enter button. The panel displays the temperature and capacity of the drive in slot 1.
5. Press and hold the Select button to view information of the next drive. The panel displays the
temperature and capacity of the next drive.
6. Optional: Repeat step 5 as needed.
Viewing Volume Information
The LCD panel can display the name and capacity of each volume.
1. Press Enter or Select.
The panel displays the NAS name and QTS version.
2. Press and hold Enter for two seconds.
The panel displays Main Menu 1. TCP/IP.
3. Press Enter repeatedly until the panel displays Main Menu 3. Volume.
4. Press and hold Enter.
The panel displays the name and capacity of the first volume.
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5. Press and hold Select.
The panel displays the name and capacity of the next volume.
6. Optional: Repeat step 5 as necessary.
Viewing System Information
The LCD panel can display the CPU temperature, system temperature, and system fan speed.
1. Press Enter or Select.
The panel displays the NAS name and QTS version.
2. Press and hold Enter for two seconds.
The panel displays Main Menu 1. TCP/IP.
3. Press Enter repeatedly until the panel displays Main Menu 4. System.
4. Press and hold Enter.
The panel displays the CPU and system temperature.
5. Press and hold Select.
The panel displays the system fan speed.
Powering Off the NAS
1. Press Enter or Select.
The panel displays the NAS name and QTS version.
2. Press and hold Enter for two seconds.
The panel displays Main Menu 1. TCP/IP.
3. Press Enter repeatedly until the panel displays Main Menu 5. Shut down.
4. Press and hold Enter.
The NAS powers off.
Restarting the NAS
1. Press Enter or Select.
The panel displays the NAS name and QTS version.
2. Press and hold Enter for two seconds.
The panel displays Main Menu 1. TCP/IP.
3. Press Enter repeatedly until the panel displays Main Menu 6. Reboot.
4. Press and hold Enter.
The NAS restarts.
Changing the LCD Password
The LCD panel can have a password set to protect it from unauthorized use. To go to change password
screen:
1. Press Enter or Select to turn on the screen.
The panel displays the NAS name and QTS version.
2. Press and hold the Enter button for 2 seconds to enter the Main Menu.
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The panel displays Main Menu 1. TCP/IP.
3. Repeatedly press and hold the Enter button until Main Menu 7. Password appears.
4. Press and hold the Enter button. The change password screen appears.
5. Select Yes by pressing and holding the Enter button. The New Password screen appears.
6. Use the Select and Enter buttons to set the new password.
• Specify a password with 1 to 8 characters. The password can only contain numbers (0 to 9).
• To remove a password, set the new password to blank.
Button
Usage
Enter
Move to the next item in the New Password.
Select
Change a number in the New Password and Verify Password
screens.
7. Press Enter after you set the password.
LCD Error Messages
System Message
Description
Sys. Fan Failed
The system fan failed.
Sys. Overheat
The system overheated.
HDD Overheat
The drive overheated.
CPU Overheat
The CPU overheated.
Network Lost
LAN 1, LAN 2, LAN3, and LAN 4 are disconnected in failover or are in
load-balancing mode.
LAN1 Lost
LAN 1 is disconnected.
LAN2 Lost
LAN 2 is disconnected.
LAN3 Lost
LAN 3 is disconnected.
LAN4 Lost
LAN 4 is disconnected.
HDD Failure
The drive failed.
Vol1 Full
The volume is full.
HDD Ejected
The drive was ejected.
Vol1 Degraded
The volume is in degraded mode.
Vol1 Unmounted
The volume is unmounted.
Vol1 Nonactivate
The volume is not activated.
LEDs
LEDs indicate system status and related information when the NAS is powered on. The following LED
information applies only when the drive is correctly installed and when the NAS is connected to the network.
For details on the location of the LEDs, see Components.
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LED
System Status
Status
Flashes green and red
alternately every 0.5
seconds
Description
• The drive is being formatted.
• The NAS is being initialized.
• The operating system is being updated.
• RAID rebuilding is in progress.
• Online RAID Capacity Expansion is in progress.
• Online RAID Level Migration is in progress.
Red
• The drive is invalid.
• The disk volume has reached its full capacity.
• The disk volume is about to reach its full capacity.
• The system fan is not functioning.
• An error occured when accessing (read/write) the data.
• A bad sector is detected on the hard drive.
• The NAS is in degraded read-only mode (two member
drives failed in RAID 5 or RAID 6 but the data can still
be read).
• Hardware self-test error
Flashes red every 0.5
seconds
Flashes green every 0.5
seconds
The NAS is in degraded mode (one member drive failed in
RAID 1, RAID 5, or RAID 6).
• The NAS is starting up.
• The NAS is not configured.
• A drive is not formatted.
Drive
M.2 SSD
Flashes green every 2
seconds
The NAS is in S3 sleep mode.
Green
The NAS is ready.
Off
All drives are in standby mode.
Flashes red
The drive is being located.
Red
A drive read/write error has occurred.
Flashes green
The data is being accessed.
Green
The drive can be accessed.
Off
No drive is detected.
Flashes red
The drive is being located.
Red
A drive read/write error has occurred.
Flashes green
The data is being accessed.
Green
The drive can be accessed.
Off
No drive is detected.
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Beep Alarm
Duration
Frequency
Short beep (0.5 seconds) 1
Description
• The NAS is starting up.
• The NAS is shutting down (software shutdown).
• The user pressed the Reset button.
• The operating system was updated.
3
Long beep (1.5 seconds) 3 (every 5 minutes)
2
The user tried to copy the NAS data to the external
storage device from the front USB port, but the data
cannot be copied.
The system fan is not functioning.
• The disk volume is about to reach its full
capacity.
• The disk volume has reached its full capacity.
• The drives are in degraded mode.
• The user started the drive rebuilding process.
• A drive is plugged in or out.
1
• The NAS was powered off by force shutdown
(hardware shutdown).
• The NAS was powered on successfully and is
ready.
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5. Troubleshooting
This chapter describes basic troubleshooting information.
Forcing Qfinder Pro or myQNAPcloud to Locate the NAS
If Qfinder Pro or myQNAPCloud is unable to locate the NAS during QTS installation, the drives or data may
be faulty.
1. Power off the NAS.
2. Remove all drives.
3. Power on the NAS.
4. Locate the NAS using Qfinder Pro or myQNAPCloud.
5. Reinsert the drives.
6. Continue with QTS installation.
Hot-Swapping Failed Drives
The NAS supports hot-swapping of drives in the following situations:
• RAID 1: One member drive fails
• RAID 5: One member drive fails
• RAID 6: One or two member drives fail
1. Log on to QTS.
2. Go to Main Menu > Storage Manager > Storage > Disks/VJBOD .
3. Locate the failed drive.
4. Prepare a new hard drive with a capacity that is the same as or larger than the failed hard drive.
5. Remove the failed drive from the NAS.
6. Wait for 20 seconds or until the NAS beeps twice.
7. Remove the failed drive from the drive tray.
8. Insert the new drive into the drive tray.
9. Install the new drive.
The NAS beeps twice.
10. Go to Main Menu > Storage Manager > Storage Space .
11. Locate the volume that contains the new drive and then verify that the status is Rebuilding.
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Recovering Unintentionally Removed Healthy Drives
The NAS supports exclusive RAID recovery technology to recover failed RAID disk volumes from
unintentional disconnection or removal of drives. Users can recover an inactive RAID 1, RAID 5, or RAID 6
volume to degraded mode, or an inactive RAID 0 and JBOD configuration to normal.
Disk Volume
RAID Recovery Support
Maximum Number of Removed Drives
Single
No
N/A
JBOD
Yes
1
RAID 0
Yes
1
RAID 1
Yes
1
RAID 5
Yes
2
RAID 6
Yes
3
RAID 10
No
N/A
Support and Other Resources
QNAP provides the following resources:
Resource
URL
Documentation
http://docs.qnap.com
Help Desk
http://helpdesk.qnap.com
Downloads
http://download.qnap.com
Community Forum
http://forum.qnap.com
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6. Glossary
CloudKey
Unique 8-digit code assigned to each NAS device
CloudLink
Enables you to access the NAS over the internet without configuring complex port forwarding settings
myQNAPcloud
Provides various remote access services such as DDNS and CloudLink
myQNAPcloud ID
Email address that was used to register for a myQNAPcloud account
Qfinder Pro
Enables you to locate and access the QNAP NAS devices in your local area network
QTS
QNAP NAS operating system
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7. Notices
This chapter provides information about warranty, disclaimers, licensing, and federal regulations.
Limited Warranty
QNAP offers limited warranty service on our products. Your QNAP-branded hardware product is warranted
against defects in materials and workmanship for a period of one (1) year or more from the date printed on
the invoice. ("Warranty Period"). Please review your statutory rights at www.qnap.com/warranty, which may
be amended from time to time by QNAP in its discretion.
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FCC Notice
FCC Class B Notice
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
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1. This device may not cause harmful interference.
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SJ/T 11364-2006
本产品符合中国 RoHS 标准。以下表格标示此产品中某有毒物质的含量符合中国
RoHS 标准规定的限量要求。
本产品上会附有”环境友好使用期限”的标签,此期限是估算这些物质”不会有泄漏或突变”的年限。本产品
可能包含有较短的环境友好使用期限的可替换元件,像是电池或灯管,这些元件将会单独标示出来。
部件名称
有毒有害物质或元素
铅
(Pb)
汞
(Hg)
镉
(Cd)
六价铬
(CR(VI))
多溴联苯
(PBB)
多溴二苯醚
(PBDE)
壳体
0
0
0
0
0
0
显示
0
0
0
0
0
0
印刷电路板
0
0
0
0
0
0
金属螺帽
0
0
0
0
0
0
电缆组装
0
0
0
0
0
0
风扇组装
0
0
0
0
0
0
电力供应组装 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
电池
O: 表示该有毒有害物质在该部件所有物质材料中的含量均在 SJ/T11363-2006 标准规定的限量要求以下。
X: 表示该有毒有害物质至少在该部件的某一均质材料中的含量超出 SJ/T11363-2006 标准规定的限量要求。
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