This is an ultra-compact raspberry pi 4 dual 2.5 inch sata hdd/ssd storage board X882, it allows two 2.5" HDD/SSD to working at the same time with your Raspberry Pi 4. The SuperSpeed USB 3.0 port delivers a blistering data transfer rate of up to 5Gbps, letting you transfer a large amount of data in seconds.
X882 is not sold seperately, we have designed a case for X882 and sold it as a set, please refer to NASPi Gemini
|FOR USE WITH||
Raspberry Pi 4 Model B
All Raspberry Pi operating systems
|Power Supply Requirement||
【RAID setup and Jumper setting】
＊Warning : Please backup your data before setup and switch, otherwise you maybe lost your data.
1. Install the HDDs
2. Please connect the X882 to your PC or Raspberry Pi board and keep power on
3. Switch RAID mode
- Set the switch button to your preferred RAID mode(PM/RAID 0/RAID 1/SPAN) as per the RAID illustration table.
- Press the SET button for about 5 seconds, and release it till the blue LED indicators starts flashing.
- After RAID mode changed, please confirm that the PC can recognize the disk(s) properly and shows the right capacity.
or you can run the fdisk -l command to view the hard drive on raspberry pi OS when you connect x880 to raspberry pi board:
You can found two hard drives if you select 'clear raid mode'(this is PM model)
You found only one hard drive if you select the RAID0/RAID1 model
4. Set CLEAR RAID mode (PM, factory default setup)
- Press the SET button for about 5 seconds then and release it till blue LED indicators starts flashing.
- After above processes, the setup for CLEAR RAID is done.
Matching Metal Case
X882-C1 metal case with 4010 PWM cooling fan will meet you soon, it is worth your expectation!
- 1 x X882 V1.3 Dual 2.5 SATA HDD Shield
- 1 x X882-A1 Connector
- 1 x USB Connector
- 3 x Jumper Link Pitch 2.54mm
- 4 x TM3 *6mm Screws (to fix 2.5" HDD/SSD)
- 4 x F/F Spacer M2.5 *20mm
- 8 x M2.5 * 5mm Screws
Software guide, please refer to X-C1 Software
For better system compatibility & performance, Please format your HDD/SSD to Ext4 file system.
- How to Run Raspberry Pi 4 or 3 Off an SSD or Flash Drive: Does the X825/X855 support USB boot
- Tutorial – How to Initialize, Partition and Format a Brand New SSD in Windows: File:Tutorial Initalize New SSD.pdf
- How to set up OpenMediaVault on Raspberry Pi 4
- Properly Mount USB Storage on Raspberry Pi
- Auto Mount an NTFS USB Drive on Raspberry Pi
- Difficulty booting from SSD drive
- How to build a Raspberry Pi NAS: https://youtu.be/gyMpI8csWis
Q: What to do if HDD/SSD is not recognized?
A: Please refer to How to View/Partition/Format/Mount HDD/SSD