Hard disk life and performance differences

Hard disk life: Storage life is the key to controlling the cost of the monitoring system. The normal hard disk will start at full speed when it starts up, and the instantaneous current may reach 2A. When the monitoring hard disk starts up, it will slowly accelerate, and the starting current will be controlled below 2A. Because the monitoring system usually installs multiple hard disks, it will generate a large starting current at the moment of startup. If it is an ordinary hard disk, the power supply will be unbearable or even burned. The theoretical average fault-free running time of the monitored hard disk is much longer than that of the ordinary hard disk, and the stability and reliability are higher.
Transmission and performance differences: In addition to the transmission mode of the traditional PC hard disk, the monitoring dedicated hard disk also introduces an updated transmission mode—uninterrupted transmission mode, which is up to 65MB/s. By introducing an uninterrupted transmission mode, the support of the hard disk to the streaming media is more reliable, and the smoothness and stability of the playback of the digital hard disk recorder while being recorded are fully guaranteed, which is a feature that other hard disks do not have. In addition, high-definition stream optimization is also a unique feature of monitoring hard disks for high-definition monitoring, which can improve performance and stability.