Expansion Unit for Increasing Capacity of the Synology DiskStation
Synology® DX513 delivers an effortless solution for volume expansion and data backup for selected Synology DiskStation models. The DX513 seamlessly scales up the storage capacity of the DiskStation by additional 5 hard drives on-the-fly when connected directly to an expansion cable.
- Online Volume Expansion
- Dedicated Local Backup Solution
- Reliable Plug-n-use Design
- Hot-swappable HDD Design
- Auto power on/off with DiskStation Models
Volume Expansion & Backup
When running out of hard drive capacity on the Synology DiskStation, Synology DX513 provides an easy way to immediately scale capacity by additional 5 hard drives. The RAID volume on the Synology DiskStation can be expanded directly without having to reformat the existing hard drives, ensuring the Synology DiskStation continues its service during the capacity expansion.
Synology DX513 can be used as a dedicated local backup solution for the Synology DiskStation. When created as a separate volume, the Synology DX513 provides a great backup solution to its local hard disks in case of system failure.
Reliable Plug-n-use Design
The Synology DX513 is connected to the Synology DiskStation using an expansion cable with custom-designed connectors on both ends, ensuring a reliable connection and maximum throughput. The 3.0 Gb/sec connection speed allows the hard drives in the connected Synology DX513 to operate as the internal ones of Synology DiskStation.
Green & Easy to Manage
Deep Sleep can be manually configured to take effect automatically when the system has been inactive for a period of time. This not only saves energy but also extends the lifespan of the hard disk. The DX513 will also smartly power on/off with the attached DiskStation, so no user intervention is needed to keep this system running smartly and efficiently.
|Compatible Drive Type* (See all supported drives)||
|Maximum Internal Raw Capacity||50 TB (10 TB drive x 5) (Capacity may vary by RAID types)|
|Hot Swappable Drive|
|RAID Management through Synology DSM|
|Size (Height x Width x Depth)||
157 mm x 248 mm x 233 mm
|Power Recovery||Synchronized with the Synology DiskStation|
|Power Supply Unit / Adapter||
|AC Input Power Voltage||100V to 240V AC|
|Power Frequency||50/60 Hz, Single Phase|
45.1 W (Access)
16.5 W (HDD Hibernation)
2 W (Deep Sleep)
|British Thermal Unit||
153.89 BTU/hr (Access)
56.30 BTU/hr (HDD Hibernation)
6.82 BTU/hr (Deep Sleep)
|Note||Power consumption is measured when fully loaded with Western Digital 3TB WD30EZRS hard drive(s).|
|Operating Temperature||5°C to 35°C (40°F to 95°F)|
|Storage Temperature||-10°C to 70°C (15°F to 155°F)|
|Relative Humidity||5% to 95% RH|
|System Fan||80 mm x 80 mm x 2 pcs|
|Easy Replacement System Fan|
|Note||Noise Level Testing Environment: Fully loaded with Seagate 1TB ST31000520AS hard drive(s) in idle; Two G.R.A.S. Type 40AE microphones, each set up at 1 meter away from the Synology NAS front and rear; Background noise: 16.49-17.51 dB(A); Temperature: 24.25-25.75˚C; Humidity: 58.2-61.8%|
|Environment & Packaging|