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Seagate SkyHawk 4TB Surveillance Internal Hard Drive HDD - 3.5 Inch SATA 6Gb/s 64MB Cache for DVR NVR Security Camera System with Drive Health Management (ST4000VX007)

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  • Custom-built for surveillance applications with Image Perfect firmware for crisp, clear, 247 video workloads
  • Custom-built for surveillance applications with Image Perfect firmware for crisp, clear, 247 video workloads
  • Rotational vibration (RV) sensors help maintain performance in RAID and multi-drive systems (4TB or higher)

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Customer Reviews

WORKS GREAT EASY TO INSTALL AFTER OUR OLD HARD DRIVES ONLY LASTED A YEAR. LETS SEE IF THIS HARD DRIVE CAN REALLY OUTLAST THE OTHERS OR IF ITS MADE DIFFERENCE FROM THE LAST FOR THE CAMERA SYSTEM. 5Works as it should. I bought this to replace a 1TB drive in my security NVR that was working fine but just wasn't big enough after I swapped out 4 cams to HD units. It's been working fine for a month now with no issues. If I run into any issues I'll update the review, but so far so good. 5Reliable CCTV HDD After having major issues with several Seagate HDD's in the past, I was reluctant to try another Seagate. I mainly use Western Digital Purple drives for NVR's, but I decided to give the Seagate SkyHawk a try. So far it's been working for almost 5 months in an Amcrest NVR with no issues. I have no issues recording multiple 1080 video streams 24/7, plus replaying video. 5dead at 8 weeks 4Tb surveillance drive failed at 8 weeks. Used in a home security system. Win 10 PC system, wrote data from multiple cameras video or picture feeds. All of the sudden the drive disappeared. Tried everything, even another win 10 PC and an ext drive box. Drive is dead. 1works this is my first Seagate in near 15 years do to my past experience with them. i bought so many DOA drives and more then a few that couldn't handle 36 hours. seems i got lucky with this one or they finally got somebody competent in quality control. so far it does exactly what its supposed to but, if i have any problems from it i will be updating this review for sure. 4Takes a beating. This thing has had eight UHD PIR Cams running on it 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 4 months straight now with no errors, no lost data, and no problems of any kind. While I realise this is not that long, I do have to submit a review while it's still relevant. I do have four more cams on it but they are interior and never trigger. Under testing the write speeds have handled the load from all twelve but this is never encountered in day to day. What it does deal with day to day however, is a constant barrage of writes from three to four cameras at once. With our setup in this environment it is not too uncommon for all eight to be demanding constant writes from multiple triggers. The point being in the four months there have been a lot of rewrites and it's still holding like new. Highly Recommended 5Strong and steady drives They say it is for Surveillance video recording. I am using it for long term MP4 video file storage. I am very please with the performance considering it is not meant to be a rocket drive. I purchased this because of it's design for low failure rate and long life. I grabbed 2 of these and stuck them in a small USB external drive solution and run them mirrored. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00KCEAXJW Works great !! 5works great as a Direct TV DVR expander ! (but may not work for your particular DVR, see my review) EDIT AND UPDATE... I should point out that I emailed Seagate support directly since I was worried about the packaging this comes in .. rather than the "standard retail" box I was expecting made by Seagate with the words "seagate" and so forth stamped on it, it comes in a plain cardboard box with bar codes giving this info ... at first I was worried I had been sent some sort of OEM drive but seagate, after checking the serial number on the hard drive, assured me that it was not an OEM drive (that is, it has the standard 3 year warranty) and it was simply mailed in "frustration free packaging"....(this is the same review that appears for the anker dock I used it with but.... same comments apply to both the dock and the drive for my purposes, see below :) )As the title states, I've been using this with my Direct TV HR24-200 model DVR for about 2 days straight with no problem... if things change I'll update my review accordingly but even years from now if you see this review hasn't changed assume things are still running smoothly :) .... now I have a lot more storage space for my TV shows :) (the HR-24 comes with 500 GB hard drive inside it, this setup expands it to four times that storage space, see below...even the latest model of the genie, genie 2, has 2 TB of hard drive space which is a lot... but this setup would double that space if you need it, say if your entire family is recording lots of shows :) ) ... Remember to unplug your DVR unit, power on the anker/hard drive combo, wait one minute (literally, count to 60) , THEN turn on the DVR by plugging the power cable back into it.. if your experience is similar to mine, the Direct TV DVR will go through the normal "downloading" thing with the green bar, then it will say rebuilding scheduler list, then it will immediately recognize the anker dock and the hard drive... I went with a dock rather than an enclosure since the experts at DBS talk says a dock is more likely to "play nice" with the Direct TV DVR and won't give as many headaches far as the DVR "seeing" the external hard drive (see below).I think what helps is that I am using the "new and updated cousin" of the seagate pipeline hard drive that comes installed inside the older Direct TV DVRs , the Seagate SkyHawk 4TB Surveillance Hard Drive - SATA 6Gb/s 64MB Cache 3.5-Inch Internal Drive ( model number ST4000VX007) ... I should point out that the HR-24 model will only "see" 2 TB worth of that hard drive (the plan is to transfer the anker/hard drive combo to the Genie 1 or Genie 2 ... once Direct TV works all the kinks out of the genie... I had a direct tv tech tell me that customer reactions are mixed, there are customers who love the genies and customers who hate it due to performance issues it has... the genie will recognize the full 4 TB of hard drive space but I'm going to wait a few years before upgrading to the genie to give Direct TV some time to work on it's issues :) )If you're wondering how to find out where the model number is on your DVR, look for the hatch in front of your DVR on the right hand side that pops open with the red reset button in it... there should be a sticker on it with tiny microscopic hard to read letters :P (I literally had to use a magnifying glass to read it :P ) that will say "HR " something or another that's your model number :) ... unless you're using a genie which I'm not familiar with having never used it.Try a google search for this website: use the search terms "DBS talk" and "direct TV products and services"... there are some very kind people on that forum who will help you out a lot with your Direct TV issues far as hooking up an external hard drive (they were SUPER helpful to me and are where I got all my info from :) ) who have been working with direct tv units for many years... 5There's noticeably better performance during reads (streaming to my Roku) and writes I put this 4Tb surveillance-class drive in my old PC to replace a 1Tb drive that I had dedicated to video media. (This is not my boot/system drive.)This disk is now holding video pulled out of my TiVo (and then converted), and ripped DVDs. I have Plex Media Server is dishing up these videos to my Roku (via the Roku's Plex app). There's noticeably better performance during reads (streaming to my Roku) and writes, than the standard drive that this replaced, even on this old machine. Very pleased. 5Died within 6 or so months I bought this specifically to go with my Amcrest NVR. It was fine for 6 months. But my NVR started making beeping noises alerting me of something. I did not know how to debug the beeps. 6 months later, on close observation, I noticed that the HDD LED was off. I went into the menu of my NVR and it shows the HDD but nothing on it. Everything else is fine. I took it out and connected to a PC and nothing. This product is junk. I wish I had noticed this problem earlier. Now I am even out of warranty period to get anything meaningful out of seagate. If I am spending $115 every 6 months replacing my HDD, I'd rather pay for cloud back up and not bother with this crap. 1
Seagate SkyHawk 4TB Surveillance Internal Hard Drive HDD - 3.5 Inch SATA 6Gb/s 64MB Cache for DVR NVR Security Camera System with Drive Health Management (ST4000VX007)

Seagate SkyHawk 4TB Surveillance Internal Hard Drive HDD - 3.5 Inch SATA 6Gb/s 64MB Cache for DVR NVR Security Camera System with Drive Health Management (ST4000VX007)

4.6
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Regular price
€189,00
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€189,00
Regular price
€312,00
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Save 39% (€123,00)