Front Panel Storage     FSR202



■ Fits two 2.5" SATA 6 Gbit/s drives in one 5.25" drive bay

■ Individual metal key lock for each drive for extra security

■ Configurable RAID 0 and RAID 1 modes

■ Friendly LCD display with LED indicators for system monitoring during operation at all times

■ Independent drive status LED

■ Built-in cooling fan for excellent heat dissipation

■ Compatible with all 2.5" drives up to 15mm thickness

■ Fully supports SATA Hot-Swap function

         To accommodate PC user’s need for more storage flexibility and convenience, SilverStone created a line of front bay storage products called the FS series. Among the more unique products in the series, the FSR202 can support dual 2.5" SATA drives with release handle made for hot-swapping, thus exchanging drives is extremely quick and easy. It also has RAID 0 / 1 function with a user-friendly interface and independent LED indicators to let users quickly discern drive status. Finally for security, each drive tray is equipped with metal key lock. For those that need to upgrade their current PC with more drives with enhanced capability, SilverStone’s FSR202 series is a great choice.



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Model No.
SST-FSR202
Color Black
Material SGCC
Cooling system 40mm low noise fan
Form factor 5.25" drive bay x 1
RAID function RAID 0 / RAID 1
Operating system support Microsoft Windows 7 (32bit/64bit), 8/8.1/10 (32bit/64bit) or future release version
Mac OS 10.5 or above
Controller ASMedia 1092R
Electrical and Operating Requirements Line Voltage: 12V / 5V DC
Maximum Power Consumption: 30W
Operating Temperature: 10°C ~ 35°C (50°F ~ 95°F)
Storage Temperature: -20°C ~ 47°C (-4°F ~ 116°F)
Relative Humidity: 5% ~ 95% non-condensing
Drive support 2 x 2.5" SATA HDD or SSD
Transfer rate Up to 6 Gbit/s (dependent on drive speed)
LED indicator Solid Purple: Fan Failure, Overheat (≥50°C), HDD Failure
Solid Blue: Power, Read / Write, Rebuild
Solid Red: Buzzer On
Driver interface support SATA I / II / III
System monitoring Fan Failure, Overheat, HDD / SSD Failure
Net weight 920g
Dimension 148mm (W) x 43mm (H) x 140mm (D)
5.83" (W) x 1.69" (H) x 5.51" (D)


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FSR202 eDM (fsr202-edm-en.pdf)
 
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A:1. Please check FSR202 LCD is displaying normally.
2. Please check if the SATA cable is properly connected to the computer and whether hard drives are functioning properly.
3. If all devices function properly but computer still fail to start, there may be compatibility problem. If such incompatibility takes place, please contact our support at support@silverstonetek.com

A:Please check to see if FSR202 is currently in the process of auto rebuilding.
If it is, please wait for rebuilding to finish for full performance. If not, then please follow the below instruction to find out possible root causes:
1. Examine if connected SATA cables are too long or outside of standard spec. for connector type and quality.
2. If cables are within standard, please turn off the computer, remove both hard drives from FSR202 and connect them directly to computer to check if they read / write data normally.
Bad sectors on hard drive will affect performance and prevent proper reading / writing of data.

A:1. Total storage capacity is determined by the storage capacity of the primary hard drive configured during initial RAID setup.
2. Storage capacity will not increase even if you replace one of the drives with a larger capacity model.

A:The storage capacity of the new replaced hard drive must be equal or larger than the primary hard drive. Otherwise, FSR202 is unable to perform rebuilding work.

A:In Mirror mode (RAID 1), if computer powers off during rebuilding, FSR202 will remember the progress of its rebuild and resume rebuilding where it left off when computer is turned on again.

A:The rebuilding process automatically duplicate data from one sector to another sector. Technically there should be no data lost during rebuilding. However, if the primary (source) hard drive has bad sectors, the FSR202 will still simulate and copy those sectors onto the secondary (target) hard drive. Therefore, the same corrupted data is also duplicated and you may lose data this way.

A:1. Determine which hard drive you wish to use as a source (primary) drive and a target (secondary) drive by removing them individually to check their content and data.
2. Turn off the computer and remove both hard drives.
3. After turning on the computer, insert the source drive into FSR202 first, then insert the target drive second. The FSR202 will then start rebuilding its RAID array.

A:1. Turn off the computer.
2. Insert the drive you wish to use as the source drive into the FSR202, then pull out the other drive.
3. After turning on the computer, the only drive in the FSR202 will be automatically set up as a source drive.