x513 Hardware Guide

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ioSafe x513 Hardware Guide
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-11637-00 Rev02 HARDWARE GUIDE, X513, ENG
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Before You Start
Package Contents ............................................................................................................................................... 3
ioSafe at a Glance ............................................................................................................................................... 4
Safety Instructions ............................................................................................................................................... 5
Chapter 2: Hardware Setup
Tools and Parts for Hard Disk Installation ........................................................................................................... 6
Install Hard Disks ................................................................................................................................................ 6
Connecting to the ioSafe NAS........................................................................................................................... 10
Replace System Fan Assembly ........................................................................................................................ 11
How to configure in Disk Station Manager ........................................................................................................ 12
Chapter 3: Product Support
Data Recovery Proceedure ............................................................................................................................... 14
Contact Us ........................................................................................................................................................ 14
Appendix A: Specifications
Appendix B: LED Indication Table
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Chapter 1: Before You Start
Before you start setting up the ioSafe, please check the package contents to verify that you have
received the items below. Please also read the safety instructions carefully before use to prevent your
ioSafe from any damages.
Note: ioSafe uses an unmodified version of Synology’s DSM. The
software interface will sometimes refer to the Synology Product the
ioSafe is based on.
Package Contents
Main unit x 1 AC power cord x 1
Expansion cable x 1
Screws for 3.5” hard drives x 24
(Diskless Only)
3mm Hex Tool x1
Magnet x1
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ioSafe at a Glance
No. Article Name Location Description
1)
Power Button Front Panel
In default mode: x513 will be turned on or off automatically when the
connected Synology DiskStation powers on or off.
In manual mode:
1. When x513 is connected to cross-volume models, the power button has no
power-on/off functions.
2. When x513 is connected to independent-volume models, press the power
button to power it on. To power off x513, press and hold the button until the
Power LED starts blinking.
Note: For cross-volume and independent volume models, please refer to the
Hardware Specifications table on Page 2.
2)
LED Indicators
Front Panel
Displays the status of internal disks and the system. For more information, see
LED Indication Table in Appendix B.
3)
HDD Indicators
4)
Expansion Port Back Panel
Connect to a compatible ioSafe NAS
5)
RESET Button Back Panel
Reboot x513 and restore its settings to factory default.
6)
Default/Manual
Switch
Back Panel
Switch between power modes to turn x513 on/off automatically or manually.
7)
Power Port Back Panel The power port is where you connect the power cord to the ioSafe.
8)
Fans Back Panel
The fans are built to exhaust waste heat. It will start automatically when the
server starts. If the fan is malfunctioning, the system will beep every few
seconds.
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Safety Instructions
Before cleaning, unplug the power cord first. Wipe ioSafe
product with damp
paper towels.
Do not place the ioSafe product on a cart, table, or desk, which is not stable to
avoid the product from falling over.
The power cord must plug in to the right supply voltage. Make sure that the
supplied AC voltage is correct and stable.
To remove all electrical current fr
om the device, ensure that all power cords
are disconnected from the power source.
Risk of explosion if battery is replaced with an incorrect type. Dispose of used
batteries appropriately.
3-2-1
At ioSafe, we suggest a minimum of the "3-2-1 Rule" for
backup: Make 3
complete copies of your data, keep them on at least 2 separate systems, and
have at least 1 protected from natural disaster.
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Chapter 3: Hardware Setup
Tools and Parts for Hard Disk Installation
A Phillips screwdriver
3mm Hex Tool (included)
At least one 3.5" or 2.5" SATA hard disk
(Please visit www.iosafe.com for compatible hard disk models.)
Warning: If you install a hard disk that contains data, the system will format the hard disk and erase all data. If
you need the data in the future, please back it up before installation.
Install Hard Disks
1 Remove the Front Cover using the include 3mm Hex Tool