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SEAGATE 33107839 Lyve Mobile Array

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Welcome

Seagate® Lyve™ Mobile Array is a portable, rackable data storage solution designed to quickly and securely store data at the edge or move data across your enterprise. Both the full-flash and hard drive versions enable universal data compatibility, versatile connectivity, secure encryption, and ruggedized data transportation.

Box content

  • Lyve Mobile Array
  • Power adapter
  • Power cord (x4: US, UK, EU, AU/NZ)
  • Thunderbolt 3™ cable
  • Shipping case
  • Quick start guide

Minimum system requirements

Computer port

  • Thunderbolt 3 port

Operating system

  • Windows® 10, version 1909 or Windows 10, version 20H2 (latest build)
  • macOS® 10.15.x or macOS 11.x

Specificaons

Dimensions

Side Dimensions (in/mm)
Length 16.417 in/417 mm
Width 8.267 in/210 mm
Depth 5.787 in/147 mm

Weight

Model Weight (lb/kg)
SSD 21.164 lb/9.6 kg
HDD 27.7782 lb/12.6 kg

Electrical

Power adapter 260W (20V/13A)

When charging the device using the power supply port, use only the power supply provided with your device. Power supplies from other Seagate and third-party devices can damage your Lyve Mobile Array.

Ports

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Direct attached storage (DAS) ports

Use the following ports when connecting Lyve Mobile Array to a computer:

A Thunderbolt 3 (host) port—Connect to Windows and macOS computers.
B Thunderbolt 3 (peripheral) port—Connect to peripheral devices.
D Power input—Connect the power adapter (20V/13A).
E Power button—See Direct-Attached Storage (DAS) Connections.

Seagate Lyve Rackmount Receiver ports

The following ports are used when Lyve Mobile Array is mounted in a Lyve Rackmount Receiver:

C VASP PCIe port—Transfer large amounts of data to your private or public cloud with VASP technology for efficient throughput up to 6GB/s on supported fabrics and networks.
D Power input—Receive power when mounted in Rackmount Receiver.

Lyve Shipper
A shipping case is included with Lyve Mobile Array.

Always use the case when transporting and shipping Mobile arrays.

Setup Requirements

Lyve Management Portal credentials

A Lyve Management Portal username and password are required to authorize computers to unlock and access Lyve Mobile Array and compatible devices.

Account manager—You created Lyve Management Portal credentials when you set up your Lyve account at lyve.seagate.com.
Product admin or product user—You were identified as a product used for a project created in the Lyve Management Portal. An email was sent to you from the Lyve team that included a link for resetting your password.

SEAGATE 33107839 Lyve Mobile Array - icon 2If you can’t remember your credentials or you lost your email invitation, visit lyve.seagate.com.
Click Sign in and then click the Don’t remember your password? link. If your email isn’t recognized, contact your account manager. For further help, you can contact customer support using the Lyve Virtual Assist Chat.

To unlock and access Lyve devices connected to your computer, you must enter your credentials in the Lyve Client app. Install Lyve Client on all computers intended to host Lyve Mobile Array or compatible devices. See below for details.

Download Lyve Client

The Lyve Client app is required to authorize a host computer to access Lyve Mobile Array and compatible devices. You can also use it to manage Lyve projects and data operations. Download the Lyve Client installer for Windows and macOS at www.seagate.com/support/lyve-client.

Authorize host computers

An internet connection is required when authorizing a host computer.

  1. Open Lyve Client on a computer intended to host Lyve Mobile Array.
  2. When prompted, enter your Lyve Management Portal username and password.

Lyve Client authorizes the host computer to unlock and access Lyve devices and manage projects on the

Lyve Management Portal.

The host computer remains authorized for up to 30 days, during which you can unlock and access connected devices even without an internet connection. After 30 days, you’ll need to open Lyve Client on the computer and re-enter your credentials.

SEAGATE 33107839 Lyve Mobile Array - icon 2Lyve Mobile Array locks when powered off, ejected, or unplugged from the host computer, or if the host computer goes to sleep. Lyve Client is required to unlock Lyve Mobile Array when it is reconnected to the host or the host has awakened from sleep. Lyve Client can only unlock Lyve Mobile Array when the host computer is authorized using Lyve Management Portal credentials.

Connection Options

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Lyve Mobile Array can be used as direct-attached storage. See Direct-Attached Storage (DAS) Connections.

Lyve Mobile Array can also support connections via Fibre Channel, iSCSI and Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) connections using the Lyve Rackmount Receiver. For details, see the Lyve Rackmount Receiver user manual.

Direct-Attached Storage (DAS) Connections

Connect power

Connect the included power supply in the following order:

A. Connect the power supply to Lyve Mobile Array’s power input.
B. Connect the power cord to the power supply.
C. Connect the power cord to a live power outlet.

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Use only the power supply provided with your device. Power supplies from other Seagate and third-party devices can damage Lyve Mobile Array.

Connect to host computer

Use the Thunderbolt 3 cable to connect Lyve Mobile Array to a Thunderbolt 3 port on a host computer.

Connect Lyve Mobile Array to a computer in the following order:

A. Connect the Thunderbolt 3 cable to Lyve Mobile Array’s host Thunderbolt 3 port located on the left side of the back panel.
B. Connect the other end to a Thunderbolt 3 port on the host computer.

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Windows Prompt: Approve Thunderbolt Device
When you first connect Lyve Mobile Array to a Windows PC that supports Thunderbolt 3, you may see a prompt requesting to authenticate the recently connected device. Follow the onscreen prompts to approve the Thunderbolt connection to Lyve Mobile Array. For more details on Thunderbolt connectivity to your Windows PC, see the following knowledge base article.

Unlock the device
The LED on the device blinks during the boot process and turns solid orange. The solid orange LED color indicates the device is ready to be unlocked.

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To access Lyve Mobile Array and compatible devices, a Lyve Management Portal username and password must be entered in the Lyve Client app on the connected host computer. See Setup Requirements.

Once Lyve Client has validated permissions for the device connected to the computer, the LED on the device turns solid green. The device is unlocked and ready for use

Power button

Power on—A direct connection to a computer is not required to power on Lyve Mobile Array. It automatically powers on when connected to a power outlet.
Power off—Before powering off Lyve Mobile Array, make certain to safely eject its volumes from the host computer. Apply a long press (3 seconds) to the power button to turn off Lyve Mobile Array.

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If Lyve Mobile Array is off but still connected to power, you can turn Lyve Mobile Array back on by applying a long press (3 seconds) to the power button.

Lyve Rackmount Receiver Connections

For details on configuring Seagate Lyve Rackmount Receiver for use with Lyve Mobile Array and other compatible devices, see the Lyve Rackmount Receiver user manual.

Connect Ethernet port

Lyve Client communicates with devices inserted in Lyve Rackmount Receiver via the Ethernet management ports. Ensure that the Ethernet management ports are connected to the same network as the host devices running Lyve Client. If no device is inserted in a slot, there’s no need to connect its corresponding  Ethernet management port to the network.

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Connect Lyve Mobile Array
Insert Lyve Mobile Array into slot A or B on Rackmount Receiver.

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Slide devise in until it’s fully inserted and firmly connected to Rackmount Receiver’s data and power.
Close latches.

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Turn on power

Set the power switch on Lyve Mobile Rackmount Receiver to ON.

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Unlock the device
The LED on the device inserted in Lyve Rackmount Receiver blinks during the boot process and turns solid orange. The solid orange LED color indicates the device is ready to be unlocked.

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To access Lyve Mobile Array and compatible devices, a Lyve Management Portal username and password must be entered in the Lyve Client app installed on the connected host computer. See Setup Requirements.
Once Lyve Client has validated permissions for the device connected to the computer, the LED on the device turns solid green. The device is unlocked and ready for use.

Regulatory Compliance

Product Name Regulatory Model Number
Seagate Lyve Mobile Array SMMA001

FCC DECLARATION OF CONFORMANCE

This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

CLASS B

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:

  1. Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
  2. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
  3. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
  4. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

CAUTION: Any changes or modifications made to this equipment may void the user’s authority to operate
this equipment.

VCCI-B

China RoHS

SEAGATE 33107839 Lyve Mobile Array - icon 3China RoHS 2 refers to the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology Order No. 32, effective July 1, 2016, titled Management Methods for the
Restriction of the Use of Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Products. To comply with China RoHS 2, we determined this product’s Environmental Protection Use Period (EPUP) to be 20 years in accordance with the Marking for the Restricted Use of Hazardous Substances in Electronic and
Electrical Products, SJT 11364-2014.

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Taiwan RoHS

Taiwan RoHS refers to the Taiwan Bureau of Standards, Metrology and Inspection’s (BSMI’s) requirements in standard CNS 15663, Guidance to the reduction of the restricted chemical substances in electrical and electronic equipment. Beginning on January 1, 2018, Seagate products must comply with the “Marking of presence” requirements in Section 5 of CNS 15663. This product is Taiwan RoHS compliant. The following table meets the Section 5 “Marking of presence” requirements.

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Documents / Resources

SEAGATE 33107839 Lyve Mobile Array [pdf] User Manual
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SEAGATE 33107839 Lyve Mobile Array [pdf] User Guide
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References

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