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LED functionality of the G-RAID Gen 7 Removable
State Activity/Power LED Drive failure LED
System Initialization On Flashing
System Ready On Off
Disk Activity Flashing Off
Disk 1 or Disk 2 Failure (RAID 0) On On (constant RED)
Fail safe mode (RAID 1) Disk 1 failure On Flashing 1 time/sec
Fail safe mode (RAID 1) Disk 2 failure On Flashing 4 times/sec

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Article ID: 178 Article Created: 05-20-2014 16:43 PMLast Modified: 05-20-2014 16:45 PM

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