|Buffer size||64 MByte|
|Non-operating (Maximum)||300 G, with 2 ms half sine wave|
|Single track seek time (read)||0.5 ms|
|Single track seek time (write)||0.6 ms|
|Supported interface standards||ATA-8
Serial ATA 3.0
|Internal or External||Internal|
|Capacity (GB)||4000 GB|
Surveillance optimization specialized HDD, accurate calibration can realize all-weather operation, high in surveillance work load. Perfect for surveillance DVR, NVR, and SDVR.
Perfect for surveillance DVR, NVR, and SDVR.
Support each system up to 8 drives(4TB is above 8 drives) and each drive supports 64 cameras.
7*24 work mode and mean time between failure(MTBF) with 1 million hours.
Specialize design for a workload of 180TB per year which is 3 times the support of a desktop drive.
Minimize the consumption of heat and vibration, thus improve the long-term reliability of hard disk.
Precision-tuned for high write surveillance workloads.
Surveillance optimization specialized HDD, accurate calibration can realize all-weather operation, high in surveillance work load.
Hard drive type: Surveillance HDD (hard disk drive)
Hard disk size: 4TB
Form factor: 3.5inch
Hardware interface: SATA 6Gb/s
Max sustainable transfer rate: 190MB/s
Spinning speed: 5900 RPM
Cache memory: 64MB
Support camera: Up to 64
Item size: 14.5 * 10 * 2.5cm / 5.70 * 3.93 * 0.98in (L * W * H)
Item weight: 616g / 1.357Lb
1 * Surveillance HDD
The solution for booting a hard disk drives beyond 2.2 TB.
Most legacy systems built before 2011 have a traditional PC BIOS. This type of BIOS uses a Master Boot Record (MBR). The MBR Partitions can define a disk drive capacity up to 2.2TB. Windows operating systems that boot from an MBR are therefore limited to 2.2TB per MBR. Such as a 3TB disk drive in a legacy BIOS and Window system will need a DiscWizard device driver to access the full capacity of a 3TB disk drive. Two partitions will be necessary because of the MBR limitation. The device driver mounts the capacity above 2.2TB with another MBR which looks to the system as a second virtual “physical” device.
GUID Partition Tables (GPT) can define drives larger than 2.2TB. You can use GPT today on any Windows 10/ 8.1/8/7 and Vista system as a non-booting data drive. Windows can only boot a GPT partition on a new type of BIOS called UEFI.