Seagate IronWolf 4TB SATA III 3.5" Hard Drive

CCL Code: HDD2842
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Manufacturer Code: ST4000VN008
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Manufacturer: Seagate
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Seagate IronWolf 4TB SATA III 3.5" Hard Drive

Key Features:

  • 4TB Capacity
  • 5900RPM Spin Speed
  • 64MB Cache
  • Rotational Vibration (RV) Sensors
  • Designed for 24x7 performance
  • 3 Year Warranty

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Seagate’s latest Ironwolf NAS drives offer industry leading quality at great prices. Bring new life to your network attached storage and unleash the full potential of your data. Designed to be always on and always working, Ironwolf is further enhanced with AgileArray™ technology for increased system agility and reliability.

Built into every IronWolf NAS drive is Seagate’s own innovative AgileArray™ technology which enables dual-plane balancing and complete RAID optimisation in environments supporting multiple bays. This is an essential ingredient for multi-user environments which demand 24x7 accessibility and snappy, reliable performance.

 

IronWolf Health Management

As with any network storage set-up, reliability is needed. The IronWolf excels in this, using their own Health Management system, Seagate have given you the tools to monitor and manage your drive constantly. Focusing on preventing loss of data and recovery this pushes the boundaries of securing your data.

You can also set the drive to notify you if any errors are flagged up in the system with the DiskStation Manager 6.1 included in the software package. This attention to detail is why Seagate are the pinnacle of NAS storage and why the IronWolf will be perfect for you to boost your work rate. Seagate have maximised the potential when in a RAID configuration with Error Recovery Control that redefines responsiveness and combat lag to give a quick, clean user experience where required.

 

Multi-Bay and NAS-Ready With Built-In RV Sensor

Safeguarding against any kind of loss of data is paramount to Seagate and their RV sensors add another layer of security to the drive. Rotational Vibration sensors manage multi-bay vibration and long term degradation to allow the drive to maintain a consistent performance over a long period of use.

 

The IronWolf can be completely operational 24/7 in terms of accessing data and can handle a workload of around 180TB per year, making it just as proficient when handling hours of movies for your home cinema, or sensitive documents at work. The Ironwolf has a 3 year warranty and is available in sizes 1TB, 2TB, 3TB, 4TB, 6TB, 8TB, 10TB and 12TB

 

 

Main Features

  • Seagate IronWolf NAS 3.5 inch Internal Hard Drive
  • 4TB Storage
  • Interface: SATA 6Gb/s
  • 5900 RPM spindle speed
  • 64MB cache buffer
  • Number of Drive Bays Supported: 1 to 8
  • Dual-Plane Balance
  • Error Recovery Control
  • Enables user workload rate of 180TB/year
  • Designed for always on, always accessible 24x7 performance

Hard Disk

Disk Capacity 4000 GB
Drive Capacity 4000 GB
Drive Size 3.5 Inches
Disk Size 3.5 Inches
Disk Speed 5900RPM
Drive Interface SATA III
Interface SATA 6Gb/s
Data Buffer/RAM 64 MB
Bytes per Sector 512
Compatibility 1- to 8-bay network attached storage (NAS), Desktop RAID and servers, Multimedia server storage, Private cloud

Performance

Average Latency 4.16 ms
Data Transfer Rates Up to 600 MB/s
Mean Time Between Failure (MTBF) 1000000 Hours

Electrical

Power Requirement Spin Up (Max) 4.8 Watts
Power Requirement Idle (Ready) 3.95 Watts

Environmental

Operating Temperature 0 to 70 °C
Non Operating Temperature -40 to 70 °C
Relative Humidity 5 to 90 %
Shock (Non Operating) 300Gs for 2ms
Acoustics (Seek Mode) 2.5 dB
Acoustics (Idle Mode) 2.3 dB
Altitude (Operating) -304.8 to 3048 m
Altitude (Non-Operating) -304.8 to 12,192 m
Temperature Gradient 20 °C per hour

Physical

Form Factor Hard Disk Drive
Enclosure type Internal
Colour Silver
Pack Quantity 1
Width 10.19 cm
Depth 14.7 cm
Height 2.61 cm
Weight 0.61 kg
Barcode 0763649097885

Identifiers

ISPC Code 40363

Warranty

Warranty 3 Years

Key Features

Main Colour Silver
Interface Type SATA III
Condition New
HDD Purpose NAS
Price (Bundles) 87.5
Cache Memory 64 MB
Disk Form Factor 3.5
Interface Type SATA III

Item Details

Manufacturer Seagate
Manufacturer Code ST4000VN008
EAN 8719706003278
UPC 763649110560
Condition New

Do you have you a question about the Seagate IronWolf (4TB) 3.5 Inch SATA Internal Hard Disk Drive for NAS?

Q: The bullet points say the warranty is three years, the specifications say the warranty is five years. Which is it?
Answer by Website User on 27th September 2017
Ironwolf drives are provided with 3 years warranty, Ironwolf Pro drives have a 5 Year warranty. -Jakef
0 customers found this answer helpful.
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4 / 5 6 reviews

Mr Zipf

4 weeks ago

Item arrived well packaged against damage and was straightforward to install and setup. Hoping for several years use.

Martin

last month

These were fitted easily into a Synology NAS drive. I have not used these 2 drives much but they appear to be quick and quiet and one day I look forward to using them to their true potential.

Paul

5 months ago

Already tried 2 of these in my Synology NAS so after a couple of months I've replaced the other 2 drives as well. These are quieter and less vibration than the WD REDs I originally had installed. Excellent drives and good service from CCL.

Richard

7 months ago

Very well packaged, lots of air bags. Drives perfect for my Nas setup. Quick delivery and option to pickup from my local collection point.

Dave

7 months ago

As expected, arrived quickly, packed well against rough handling of couriers,

Paul

7 months ago

Used to upgrade 2 drives in a Synology NAS. Working just fine, quiet, fast and will upgrade the other 2 drives at some point. I chose Seagate because another one of the original Western Digital Red drives began showing errors while in warranty. Returned to WD and replaced but used it elsewhere.