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HatDrive! Dual (2xNVMe 2230,2242 GEN 2) for Raspberry Pi 5

HatDrive! Dual (2xNVMe 2230,2242 GEN 2) for Raspberry Pi 5

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Introducing the HatDrive! Dual, PCIe expansion board by Pineberry, engineered to augment the Raspberry Pi 5 with dual NVMe storage capabilities. Designed for professionals and enthusiasts who demand enhanced storage solutions.

Key Features and Specifications:

  • Precision Compatibility with Raspberry Pi 5: Custom-designed to seamlessly integrate with the Raspberry Pi 5, ensuring optimal compatibility and performance.
  • Dual NVMe Drive Slots: Supports two NVMe drives, significantly increasing storage capacity and speed for data-intensive applications.
  • ASMedia PCIe Switch Integration: The board incorporates an ASMedia PCIe Switch (Gen2 variant), facilitating reliable and efficient data transfer between connected devices.
  • Optimized for NAS Projects: Excelling in NAS setups, especially with RAID-1 support for data redundancy, the HatDrive! Dual is ideal for critical data storage and backup solutions, safeguarding against drive failure.
  • Independent Buck Converters: Each NVMe slot is equipped with its own independent buck converter, guaranteeing stable and efficient power delivery across various drives. This feature is critical for maintaining performance and reliability, even under varying load conditions.
  • Durable and Reliable Construction: Constructed with high-quality materials and components, the HatDrive! Dual is designed for durability and reliability, meeting the needs of continuous and demanding operations.
  • User-Friendly Installation: Engineered for convenience, it provides a straightforward installation process for NVMe drives, reducing setup complexity and time.
Important Notice: Please be aware that booting from NVMe storage through a PCIe switch is currently not supported. Users planning to utilize NVMe storage should consider this limitation when designing their projects.
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