CalDigit RAID Card

CalDigit RAID Card

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We all want faster performance, higher capacity, greater flexibility and increased redundancy from our PCs. Whether you are a business, a filmmaker, photographer, musician, or managing your MP3 and game libraries, these are the top priorities for you.

Now, with the release of CalDigit's RAID Card you have the ultimate in reliable support for RAID 0, 1, 5, 6, 50, 60 and JBOD, with the specs you want, up to 500MB/sec. at RAID 5, with 16 drives connected.

The CalDigit RAID Card utilizes a dedicated, internal drive channel within your existing system. It instantly expands your present system giving you high availability access and secure storage for all your databases and large media files, with up to 16TB capacity. Our unique, cross-platform technology is compatible with MAC OS X, Windows and Linux workstations. All CalDigit products support a variety of software applications and have been validated by Matrox Video Group, Blackmagic Design and Media 100.

PCI Standard form factor specifications
(L)312.0 mm X (H)102.4 mm

Driver Support
Windows® Server 2003, 2008, XP, Vista
Mac® OS X (10.4.x & 10.5.x)
Intel XScale core (ARM architecture
PCI Bus Specifications
x8 PCI Express host interface
Supports PCI Express Base Spec 1.0a
Two x4 internal Mini-SAS (SFF-8087)
Three x4 External Mini-SAS (SFF-8088)
Environmental requirements
Operating Temperature: 0°C~40°C
Operating Humidity: 5%~95%,
Storage Temperature: -20°C~70°C
Storage Humidity: 5%~95%,
Agency Approvals
FCC Rules, Part 15, Class B
RoHS Compliant
In the box
RAID Card Unit x 1
Installation CD x 1
Manual x 1
Tools & Screw

Optional accessories
CalDigit Mini-SAS cable (Part # CBMiniSAS-BC SKU# 702101)
CalDigit Mini-SAS to SATA cable (Part # CBMiniSAS-4C SKU# 702102)

Warranty 1 Year


Battery not included.
For the internal RAID purpose, CalDigit RAIDCard only supports Apple MacPros from 2006 ~ late 2008.
For the external RAID purpose (with HDElement), CalDigit RAIDCard supports 2006~2011 Apple MacPros.
CalDigit RAIDCard does NOT fit inside the Apple Xserve.