The Activity LED provides indications on the state of the Rugged RAID’s health:
|Solid white||The device is ready.|
|Blinking white||The device is being accessed.|
|Blinking red||One or two drives are not ready or have failed.|
|Off||The product is: turned off; in power saving mode; not receiving power; experiencing system failure; or, experiencing electronic board failure.|
Contact LaCie technical support if:
Use a thin, pointed object to push the RAID select and RAID confirm buttons. For example, use the pointed end of a paperclip to access and push the buttons.
See Manage RAID for instructions on how to check or change the RAID level.
|Push once on the RAID select button||Solid white||The device is set to RAID 0.|
|Push once on the RAID select button||Blinking white||The device is set to RAID 1.|
|Push twice on the RAID select button||Solid white||The device will be changed to RAID 0.|
|Push twice on the RAID select button||Blinking white||The device will be changed to RAID 1.|
The LaCie Rugged RAID powers on automatically when it is connected to a computer that supports Thunderbolt technology. Use the embedded Thunderbolt technology cable when connecting the Rugged RAID to a computer.
The power cable must be connected to an active outlet when using the Rugged RAID’s USB 3.0 port.
Your LaCie Rugged RAID can conserve energy by entering power-saving mode. Managed by your computer, power-saving mode can extend the life of the hard drives by sparing them from working during extended periods of inactivity.
You can initiate power-saving mode on your computer by performing one of the following:
To exit power-saving mode, review the table below:
|Entering power-saving mode||Exiting power-saving mode|
|The host computer placed the product into power-saving mode due to inactivity.||Access the Rugged RAID’s volume on the host computer. For example, copy files to its volume.|
|The computer is in sleep mode.||Wake up the computer.|