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QNAP QNP-TX-500P Thunderbolt™ storage expansion enclosure for Thunderbolt NAS

QNAP QNP-TX-500P Thunderbolt™ storage expansion enclosure for Thunderbolt NAS

Hot-swappable tray x5, Thunderbolt™ 2 high-speed ports x2

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QNP-TX-500P

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QNAP NAS Expansion Unit TX-500P 
Thunderbolt™ storage expansion enclosure for Thunderbolt NAS

Features

Flexibly expand your Thunderbolt NAS storage. Fast and easy.

When expanding data storage capacity, deploying multiple servers can lead to complexity in management and dramatically increased costs. QNAP TX-500P expansion enclosure provides a flexible expansion alternative designed with easy setup in mind for scaling up Thunderbolt NAS storage space via high-speed Thunderbolt 2 (20Gbps) cables. The TX-500P provides an additional 5 hard drives providing up to 40 TB* expanded capacity for the Thunderbolt NAS, making it ideal for data backup, 4K digital media collection and video surveillance storage with blazing-fast data transmission performance.

Highlights:

Easily add additional drive capacity to a Thunderbolt NAS

Simply connect the TX-500P to a Thunderbolt NAS via Thunderbolt 2 cables and power it on. The Thunderbolt NAS will automatically detect the hard drives in the TX-500P as newly-installed local drives. The Thunderbolt NAS capacity can then be seamlessly expanded as a large volume by using the powerful QTS Storage Manager.

QNAP NAS Easily add additional drive

Supported Thunderbolt NAS models and the maximum number of applicable expansion enclosures

Supported Turbo NAS models TVS-1282T
TVS-871T
TVS-882T TVS-682T
Maximum number of connected TX-500P 6 6 6
Maximum number of hard drives 38 36 34
Maximum raw capacity* 304 TB 288 TB 272 TB
Maximum number of RAID groups per storage pool 128 128 128
Maximum storage pool size 308 TB 308 TB 308 TB
Maximum number of storage pools per system 128 128 128
Maximum Flexible Volume size 250 TB 250 TB 250 TB
Maximum iSCSI LUN size 250 TB 250 TB 250 TB

*The maximum capacity is calculated by using 8TB HDDs

Missing mode protection

If your TX-500P is accidentally disconnected, the Thunderbolt NAS enters missing mode and blocks I/O access to protect the stored data. The system can then recover from the missing mode to the normal state with data staying intact.

QNAP NAS Missing mode protection

Powerful QTS Storage Manager

The QTS Storage Manager neatly presents tools and options for managing system storage with a modern & intuitive graphical user interface, which greatly simplifies the process of NAS capacity expansion and TX-500P management. IT administrators can easily monitor the health status of TX-500P and the disks within it. When multiple expansion enclosures are connected, the Locate Disk and Locate Enclosure functions assist you in quick maintenance.

QNAP NAS Powerful QTS

Efficient backup solution for Thunderbolt NAS

In addition to expanding an existing volume, you can use the TX-500P as a flexible external storage to perform speedy and secure backup tasks for the Thunderbolt NAS. The QNAP RTRR (Real-Time Remote Replication) or rsync service lets IT administrators back up Thunderbolt NAS data to the TX-500P on a real time or scheduled basis.

QNAP NAS Efficient backup solution

Smart power design

The TX-500P automatically powers on and off with your Thunderbolt NAS, allowing for total convenience and energy saving.

QNAP NAS Smart power design

Flexible drive selection

The TX-500P offers high flexibility in hard drive selection. IT administrators can choose low-cost but high-capacity SATA HDDs for large data archiving, or high-speed and high-stability SSDs for I/O intensive operations.

QNAP NAS Flexible drive selection

Excellent hardware design

The TX-500P includes a full 250W internal PSU to provide ample power even under sustained full load. The well-ventilated chassis and smart fan helps to provide efficient cooling for better stability and reliability, with the fan enabling efficient heat removal even when all 5 drives are under full operation simultaneously.

QNAP NAS Excellent hardware design

Hardware Specification

Form Factor Tower
Hard Disk Drive 5 x 3.5" or 2.5" SATA 6Gb/s, SATA 3Gb/s hard drive

NOTE:
1. The system is shipped without HDD.
2. For the HDD compatibility list, please visit https://www.qnap.com/compatibility
Hard Disk Tray 5 x Hot-swappable tray
RAID Management Yes, (via QNAP QTS Storage Manager or software in Mac OS X)
Thunderbolt port Two Thunderbolt™ 2 high-speed ports (daisy-chain up to 6)
LED Indicator Status, fan error, system overheat, thunderbolt port status
Secure Design Kensington security slot for theft prevention
Fan Quiet cooling fan (12 cm, 12V DC) x 1
Power Supply Unit Input: 100-240V AC, 50/60Hz, Output: 250W
Power Consumption HDD standby: 17.4W
In operation: 33.61W
(with 5 x 1TB WD10EFRX HDD installed)
Sound Level (dB)** Sound pressure (LpAm) (by stander positions): 21.4 dB
(with 5 x 1TB WD10EFRX HDD installed)
Dimension 185.2 (H) x 210.6 (W) x 235.4 (D) mm
7.29 (H) x 8.29 (W) x 9.27 (D) inch
Weight Net: 5.1 kg (11.24 lbs)
Gross: 6.5 kg (14.33 lbs)
Temperature 5°C ~ 35°C (40°F ~ 95°F)
Humidity 5~95% RH non-condensing, wet bulb: 27˚C.


QNAP TX-500P

1. LED Indicators: Power, Link, Status 4. Power Connector
2. HDD LED Indicators 5. Kensington Security Slot
3. Enclosure ID 6. Thunderbolt™ 2 ports x 2

* TX-500P does not include Thunderbolt™ 2 cable in the product package.

 

Note: Use only QNAP memory modules to maintain system performance and stability. For NAS devices with more than one memory slot, use QNAP modules with identical specifications.
Warning: Using unsupported modules may degrade performance, cause errors, or prevent the operating system from starting.

* Sound Level Test Environment:
Refer to ISO 7779 ; Maximum HDD loaded ; Bystander Position ; Average data from 1 meter in front of operating NAS.
Designs and specifications are subject to change without notice.

Software Specification

Expansion Enclosure Management

An expansion enclosure is managed using the QTS operating system of the NAS it is connected to. Once attached, an expansion enclosure will be displayed in Storage Manager of the attached NAS alongside a variety of management features. Please note that expansion enclosure functions may vary by QTS version. Below are some fundamental functions for expansion enclosures in QTS.

* QTS 4.1 (or newer) is recommended when using an expansion unit.

  • Expand the Storage Pool of the attached NAS or create separate Storage Pools & Volumes on expansion enclosures.
  • Check hard disk S.M.A.R.T. information, S.M.A.R.T. test and performance test report.
  • Easily locate/identify expansion units as well as individual hard disks installed within them.

The QTS Storage Manager comes with many advanced functions that have evolved with each version of QTS to provide easier and more efficient storage management. The following are some core applications or functions that are useful for expansion units:

All features are subject to change based on different QTS versions or NAS models. Please refer to the software specifications of your respective NAS model.

To learn more about using Storage Manager, please visit our Tutorials & FAQ site:
https://www.qnap.com/faq

 

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