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==Packing List==
 
==Packing List==

Latest revision as of 17:32, 26 March 2020


X835 3.5" SATA HDD Board
X835-board-PCB.jpg
X835 Metal Case
X835 3.5" SATA HDD Board
X835 3.5" SATA HDD Board
X835 3.5" SATA HDD Board

Overview

  • It's time to use idle hard drives. you can DIY a small NAS, music player or something interesting with X835 expansion board for Raspberry Pi 4.
  • The X835 expansion board provides a complete storage solution for Raspberry Pi 4 Model B; The X835 3.5" SATA adapter can support up to 10TB 3.5 inch SATA hard disk drives (HDD).

X835-IMG-7582-diagram.jpg

Tips about 3pcs DC 5V OUT Port:

When use external latching switch on X835 board, please do not connect 2pin power cable to DC 5V OUT nearby USB2 and USB3.

X835-board-PCB.jpg

What do you need to use Raspberry Pi 4 X835 3.5 inch SATA HDD Storage Board?

  • 1. A Raspberry Pi 4 Board
  • 2. A DC 12V ≥3A Power Supply
  • 3. A 3.5 inch SATA hard disk drive(HDD)
  • 4. A X835 Metal Case (optional, will release in the future)

Features

  • Operating System: All Raspberry Pi operating systems
  • Supports up to 10TB 3.5 inch SATA hard disk drives (HDD)
  • Ideal storage solution for Raspberry Pi 4
  • USB 3.0 connectivity offers plug-and-play functionality on your Raspberry Pi 4
  • Quick file transfer with high-speed USB 3.0 connectivity from a PC or a Mac
  • External Self Powered - Do not require power from Raspberry Pi USB port
  • PCB Size 163mm x101mm

Installation Guide

Installation Video

  • youtu.be/8jdNf4sYQkQ

Installation User Manual

X835 Installation Guide

Tips:

X835 Installation

Packing List

  • 1 x X835 HDD expansion board
  • 1 x USB 3.0 A Male to A-Male Data cable
  • 1 x 2-Pin Power Connection cable
  • 1 x Power daughter board
  • 4 x Spacer F/F M2.5 x 12mm
  • 4 x Spacer F/F M3 x 32mm
  • 8 x Screw M2.5 x5mm
  • 8 x Screw M3 x 8mm

Power Supply

  • Power supply: 12Vdc +/-5% , ≥3A
  • Ports & Connectors: DC jack - 5.5x2.5mm

PS: As we know that the power supply is very important to the hard disk, so please do not use the low quality power adapter. Please use a high quality power adapter, or you may encounter problems such as not recognizing the hard disk.

Some Tips

How to connect X835 and X735?

NOTE: X735 use DC 5V/4A power adapter, X835 use DC 12V/3A power adapter, so DON'T directly connect the 12V/3A PSU to the X735,otherwise the X735 will burn out.

How to connect X835 and X735? X835 V2.1 Function Description

Matching Metal Case for X835

Please refer to X835 Case.

Document

FAQ

  • 1. How to use external power switch for X835 board?
  • A: 1. Please use latching switch only and not use momentary switch; The jumper socket fitted for "PWR ON" must be removed when using an external latching power switch. 2.All the board, cable, jumper connections must be under power-off station.
  • 2. What power supply requires for X835?
  • Answer: The X835 reuqires 12Vdc +/-5% , ≥3A power supply with DC jack - 5.5x2.5mm.
  • 3. Where to connect the power supply?
  • Answer: Whatever to use with X735 or not, the PSU must be connected to X835 DC 12V IN port, not X735 or Raspberry Pi.
  • 4.How to use external power switch for X835 board?
  • Answer: Please use latching switch only for X835 and not use momentary switch; The jumper socket fitted for "PWR ON" must be removed when using an external latching power switch. All the board, cable, jumper connections must be under power-off station.
  • 5.How to connect the X735 with X835?
  • Answer:
  • Connect the 2pin power cable from X835 "5V OUT" to X735 "5V IN".
  • Connect another 2 pinc power cable from X835 "PWR Ctrl" to X735 "5V OUT".
  • 6. How to set the Jumper cap on X735?
  • Answer: The "L-SW" pin must be shorted when use X735 latching switch port to connect an external latching switch.
  • 7. How to connect the power switch in the X835 metal case?
  • Answer: Connect the power switch to X735 "Latching Switch" port when use with X735.
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Anonymous user #3

22 days ago
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I formated the HDD on my desktop pc without problems, but connected back to X835 I got io-faults. Connected back to desktop, no problems.

Admin

13 days ago
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Hi,could you please attach your order number to send us some photos?

Anonymous user #2

24 days ago
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I think this system configuration X735 + X835 doesnt works well together. I have exactly the same setup, when i powered on the whole system, it seems my HDD died suddenly...and i got a smell of burning then. HHD died...

i changed the HDD, and i have the latching switch that dont work now, system boot up but latching switch just doesnt works. I think something when wrong for the X835 (or X735) when my first HDD burn.

i got much mail with geekworm for that, and im waiting for an answer, they assume they did test their boards before selling.

I dont think they are going to exchange the boards....

Admin

23 days ago
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Hi, sir.

This is really bad news.

Please refer to http://www.r..._and_X735.3F

Anonymous user #1

27 days ago
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Hi, I purchased the X835 case, X835 SATA board and the X735 together with a 4TB WD RED HDD. Partitioning of the HDD was ok but I was not able to format the HDD. After a couple of hours formating, the Pi get stocked. At the moment I'm using an external USB-to-SATA adpter wich works fine.

Do you have any suggestion?

Admin

23 days ago
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Hi, Please try to format your HDD on your desktop computer?