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Dell© Equallogic PS6100 PS6110 3.5" chassis
quick reference specifications
Dell Equallogic iSCSI storage arrays provide a robust expansion capability coupled with ease of setup. SCSISTUFF is here help you make the right choice.

PS6100 / PS6110 series

  • Supported drives: All drives require unique Equallogic firmware.
     SAS 15K - 600 Gb
     SAS 10K - 600 Gb
     SATA - None
     NL-SAS - 1, 2, 3, 4 Tb 7,200 rpm
     NL-SAS SED - 3, 4 Tb 7,200 rpm
     SSD - 200, 400. 800 Gb SAS
  • Version 6 firmware and higher support RAID levels 6, 10, 50
      Editors note:  RAID 5 removed in order to increase reliability
      3, 4 Tb NL-SAS drives - RAID 50 is not a RAID option
    Firmware upgrade path thru version 8 series is assured
  • 16 max members in one group
  • Dimensions:  7.0 x 23  x 19  inches
    Weight: 98 pounds with 24 drives installed

  • Standardized chassis
    PS6100 series - 2 x type 11 controllers
    PS6110 series - 2 x type 14 controllers
    2 x 1080 watt power supplies. Autoswitching 120- 240 Volts AC, 50-60 hertz
      Each 24 drive chassis requires 4 amps at 120 volts ( 7 amps required for cold start up)
    Backplane: 24 3.5" drives with Equallogic trays supporting specified size SAS drives

PS6100 controller

  • Type 11 (green)
  • 4 x 1 Gb RJ45
    1 x management port RJ45
  • 1 x serial port DB9
  • 4 IP addresses needed per chassis for ports eth0 thru eth3
    Only one controller is active at a time.  The other controller is purely a standby until failover occurs.
    Controllers will fail over from primary to secondary, corresponding IP addresses switch automatically.

PS6110 controller

  • Type 14 (orange)
  • 1 x 10 Gb SFP+ (no SFP module installed) and 1 x RJ45 ( only one usable at a time)
    1 x management port RJ45
  • 1 x serial port DB9
  • 2 IP addresses needed per chassis for ports eth0 thru eth1
    Only one controller is active at a time.  The other controller is purely a standby until failover occurs.
    Controllers will fail over from primary to secondary, corresponding IP addresses switch automatically.

 


PS6100 series rear view


 

 

PS6110 series rear view