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A.C.Ryan AluBoxDuo LAN NDAS

On the rear of the unit, a 40mm fan exhausts hot air to keep the drives running cool.

Take the screws off and the cage slides off with the controller boards.

A closer look at what you get on the inside.

The NDAS portion is actually a PATA interface.

A pair of SATA to PATA media convertors are used to allow the use of SATA drives with the Ximeta chip.

All the cables can be unplugged and removed easily.

More pictures on the next page.

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