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DX510 Users Guide
Table of Contents TO
5 Chapter 1: Get Started with DX510 5 Package Contents 6 Hardware Specifications 6 Operating Requirements 7 Appearance 8 LED Behavior 9 Safety Instructions
11 Chapter 2: Set Up DX510 11 Tools and Parts for Hard Disk Installation 11 Install Hard Disks 14 Connect with Synology DiskStation 15 Work with Synology DiskStation 16 Learn More
Congratulations on your purchase of Synology DX510. This product is specially designed for the storage expansion of Synology DiskStation DS1511+, DS1010+, and DS710+. This users guide will guide you through the installation.
Package Contents Before installation, please check the package contents to verify that you have received the items below.
Main Unit AC power Cord
Screws for 3.5 Hard Drives x 24
Screws for 2.5 Hard Drives x 24 eSata Cable
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Internal HDD 5X SATA(II)
eSATA Port # 1
Max Capacity (Internal HDD) 5X 2TB
Hot Swappable HDD Yes
Size (HxWxD) (mm) 157x248x233mm
Weight 4.10 kg
System Fan 2X (80x80mm)
Fan Speed High / Middle / Low (Hibernation)
Noise Level (Fan-only) 30dB (2500rpm)
Power Recovery Sync with server
AC Input Power Voltage 100V to 240V AC
Power Frequency 50 / 60Hz, Single Phase
HDD Temperature (Room: 27C) 46C ~ 47C
HDD Temperature (Room: 40C) 53C ~ 55C
Operating Temperature 5C ~ 35C (40F ~ 95F)
Storage Temperature -10C ~ 70C (15F ~ 155F)
Relative Humidity 5% to 95% RH
Maximum Operating Altitude 10,000 feet
Certification FCC Class B, CE Class B, BSMI Class B
Synology DiskStation DS1511+, DS1010+, or DS710+ with Synology DSM2.2-1032 and onwards
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Front View LED Indicators
Hard Drive Tray
Hard Drive Tray Lock
eSATA Port RESET Button
Article Name Location Description
POWER Button Front
The POWER button is used to turn DX510 on or off. Press and hold the button for 7 seconds to shut down DX510.
Note: DX510 will be turned on or off automatically when the connected Synology DiskStation powers on or off.
LED Indicators Front The LED indicators are used to display the status of the internal disks and the system. For complete details, please refer to the next table: LED Behavior.
Hard Drive Tray Front The hard drive tray is designed for loading the hard drives with DX510.
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Article Name Location Description Hard Drive Tray Lock Front Each hard drive tray is equipped with one tray lock to
lock or unlock the tray to DX510.
eSATA Port Back The eSATA port is used to connect DX510 to DS1511+, DS1010+, or DS710+.
Fan Back The fan is built to exhaust waste heat out of DX510. If the fan is not working, DX510 will beep every few seconds.
RESET Button Back The RESET button is used to restore the settings to the factory default.
Power Port Back The power port is where you connect the power cord to DX510.
LED Behavior Description
POWER Solid Blue Power is on
Off Power is off
eSATA Solid Green Synology DiskStation is connected
Off Synology DiskStation is disconnected
Solid Green Volume is created Flashing Green Volume is degraded
Off Volume is crashed or not created
STATUS Solid Green System is functioning
Off System is not working
ALERT Solid Orange Fan is not working
Off Fan is functioning
Hard Disk Status
Solid Green Disk is ready and idle Flashing Green Disk is being accessed Solid Orange Read/write or other errors are encountered
Off No internal disk is found
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Safety Instructions To use your Synology product safely, please follow these instructions and warnings at all time.
Keep away from direct sunlight and away from chemicals. Make sure the environment does not experience abrupt changes in temperature or humidity.
Keep Synology product upright. Do not lay it down horizontally.
Do not place the Synology product close to any liquid.
Before cleaning, unplug the power cord first. Wipe Synology product with damp paper towels. Do not use chemical or aerosol cleaners to clean it.
Do not place the Synology product on a cart, table, or desk, which is not stable to avoid the product from falling over.
The power cord must plug in to the right supply voltage. Make sure that the supplied AC voltage is correct and stable.
Tools and Parts for Hard Disk Installation A screwdriver
At least one 3.5 or 2.5 SATA hard disk (Please visit www.synology.com for compatible hard disk models.)
Warning: If you install a hard disk that contains data, system will format the hard disk and erase all data. If you need the data in the future, please back it up before installation.
Install Hard Disks 1 Slide the Lock switch upward to unlock the handle of one of the hard drive
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2 Press the lower part of the hard drive tray to pop out the handle.
Press to pop out the handle.
3 Pull the handle to remove the hard drive tray from DX510.
4 Load the hard disk in the hard drive tray.
For 3.5 Hard Disk: Place the hard disk in the hard drive tray, and then tighten the screws to secure the hard disk.
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For 2.5 Hard Disk: Place the hard disk in the rectangular area (shown below) of the hard drive tray, turn the tray upside down, and then tighten the screws to secure the hard disk.
5 Insert the loaded hard drive tray into the empty hard drive bay.
Important: Make sure the tray is pushed in all the way. Otherwise, the hard disk might not be able to function properly.
6 Press the handle in flush with the front panel to hold the hard drive tray in place.
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7 Slide the Lock switch downward to lock the handle of the hard drive tray.
8 Repeat the above steps to install all the other disks on your DX510.
Note: If you want to set up a RAID set, it is recommended that all installed hard disks are of the same size to make the best use of hard disk capacity.
Connect with Synology DiskStation 1 Connect one end of the power cord to the power port of DX510, and the
other to the power outlet.
2 Connect the eSATA cable to the eSATA ports of DX510 and Synology DiskStation. You can connect up to 2 expansion units by eSATA ports to DS1511+.
The side inscribed with eSATA should face up. eSata1
After the connection is complete, DX510 will be turned on or off automatically when the connected DiskStation powers on or off.
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Work with Synology DiskStation 1 Open your DiskStation Manager with a web browser. Go to Main Menu >
Control Panel > External Devices to confirm DX510 is connected to your DiskStation.
2 Go to Main Menu > Storage Manager to manage DX510 for storage creation or expansion. If you want to create a new volume with DX510, click Create and follow
the Volume Creation Wizard to complete the creation.
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If you want to expand the existing volume with DX510, select the volume you want to expand from the volume list, click Manage, and follow the Volume Manager Wizard to complete the expansion.
For detailed information about volume management, please go to Main Menu > Storage Manager and see the help page by clicking the help button at the top-right corner.
Important: Before starting to use DiskStation with DX510, please see the following limitations of DX510. DX510 can be paired with only one DiskStation. The data of applications (such as Photo Station and Audio Station) can be stored
on DX510 only if you create an expanded volume with it. They will not be stored on DX510 if you create a new volume with it.
Hard drives previously used in DiskStation will not be readable by directly inserting them into DX510, and vise versa.
Learn More Congratulations! Your DX510 is set up now. For more information or online resources about DX510, please visit www.synology.com.
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