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Operating System
File Access
Network Protocols
Expansion Ports
Burst Transfer Rate
RAID Modes
Backup Solutions
Special Features
Power Supply
Power Consumption
Environment & Power
Recommend Number of Simultaneous Users
Supported Languages
System Requirements
Box Content
  • 5big NAS Pro
  • 5big NAS Pro
  • 5big NAS Pro
  • 5big NAS Pro
2 x Intel Gigabit Ethernet 10/100/1000 Base-TX
Dual link aggregation IEEE 802.3ad
LaCie NAS OS 4.x
Dual-core 2.13GHz Intel® 64-bit Atom™ processor
Sdrive™: Single interface for local and remote access with file system integration
Compatible with PC, Mac®, iOS®, and Android®
File Server: SMB, AFP, FTP, SFTP, NFS*
Web access: HTTP, HTTPS
Others: Apple® Bonjour™, BitTorrent™, NTP, 802.3ad for link aggregation and failover, iSCSI, DHCP, APIPA
2 x USB 3.0
2 x USB 2.0
1 x Standard VGA-compatible 15-pin
Read: up to 210 MB/s (RAID 0); 194 MB/s (RAID 5)**
Write: up to 150 MB/s (RAID 0); 110 MB/s (RAID 5)
Standard RAID modes: 0***, 1▴, 5, 5+Spare, 6
SimplyRAID for automatic RAID migration, expansion, and support for mixed capacities
Multi-volume support
NAS to Cloud: Box® or Amazon® S3®
PC to NAS: using client software (Time Machine™, Windows® Backup, etc.)
NAS to DAS: scheduled, automatic, and restore
NAS to NAS: scheduled, encrypted, compressed, and automatic to local or remote NAS▴▴
Print server▴▴▴
Download (torrent) machine
Time Machine compatibility
Active Directory® support
Kensington™ lock compatible
Rescue utility for NAS OS setup and repair
Direct access to NAS using Sdrive
User-friendly management interface (Dashboard)
SNMP integration
Fan, CPU, and RAM events
SMART hard-disk diagnostics
UPnP A/V media adapter compatible
Photo browser and audio streaming through web interface iTunes™ (DAAP) server
100-240Vca; 47-63Hz
Off: 1.9W; Idle: 56.5W; Full Load: 71W; Disk Hibernation: 1.9W
Energy-efficient process with Level V power supply
Recyclable: Aluminum, ROHS compliant
Automatic standby mode; scheduled On/Off; Wake on LAN
Low noise emission (25 dB) †
Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS) support ††
173 x 220 x 196 mm / 6.8 x 8.6 x 7.7 in.
Without disks: 4.7 kg / 10.4 lbs.
With five disks: 7.6 kg / 16.8 lbs.
Solid aluminum casing for superior heat dissipation
High-performance Noctua® magnetic levitation fan
English, Danska, Deutsch, Español, Français, Italiano, 日本, Nederlands, Svenska, Português, 中文
Backup software:
PC: Genie® Backup Manager Pro™ (3 licenses)
Mac: Intego® Backup Manager Pro™ (3 licenses)
Latest version of Windows XP, Windows Vista®, Windows 7, Windows 8 / Mac OS X® 10.5 or greater
Web browsers: Internet Explorer™ 8/9/10, or the latest version of Firefox™ Safari™, or Chrome
Computer with an Ethernet network adapter
Ethernet switch or router 10/100/1 GB
LaCie 5big NAS Pro
Ethernet cable
External power supply
USB key for install and recovery
Utilities CD-ROM with software
Quick Install Guide
Drawer key
Cable management clip
* Without authentication.
** Tests performed using the Intel NASPT tool and dual LAN. Read test: 4 HD video playback; Write test: HD video record. PC used: Core2 Duo 2 GHz, 1 GB RAM / RealTek© network card / Crossed cable Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bits. Performance depends on network traffic, file size, and external factors, and may vary from one product to another.
*** Hot swapping is not supported in RAID 0.
▴ RAID 1 is available only if there are two total disks installed.
▴▴ NAS must be rsync-compatible. For LaCie NAS, both client and server must be running NAS OS 2.2 or later.
▴▴▴ Please refer to www.openprinting.org/printers/ for a list of supported printers.
† These measurements have been made under normal conditions, one meter/three feet from the front of the product. It may vary with conditions and product configuration.
†† For a list of supported UPSs, please see: www.lacie.com/5bigNAS-UPS

When referring to drive capacity, one gigabyte, or GB, equals one billion bytes and one terabyte, or TB, equals one thousand billion bytes. Your computer’s operating system may use a different standard of measurement and report a lower capacity. In addition, some of the listed capacity is used for formatting and other functions and will not be available for data storage.