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Orange Pi Zero NAS Expansion Board with SATA, USB, and AV Port

Orange Pi NAS expansion card makes it possible to transform an Orange Pi Zero into a file sharing server by plugging in an external SATA hard drive

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ID: 564979

11,21€ gross (23% VAT)
9,11€ net

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Orange Pi Zero is a board based on Allwinner H2+ quad core Cortex A7 processor with 256 to 512MB RAM, Ethernet, WiFi, and USB, but no video output except on headers, making it more suitable to headless applications. The company has just launched Orange Pi Zero NAS Expansion port adding SATA, mSATA, two more USB ports, and an AV port allowing you to add a hard drive or SSD, and connect it to a TV with composite input.

There won’t need any specific support for SATA, since the drive will be seen as USB mass storage devices. The best way to get started would probably be used Armbian Debian or Ubuntu image.


  • Storage – 1x SATA port, 1x mSATA port both through a JMS578 USB 3.1 to SATA bridge with UAS support each, which should be better than some other USB to SATA solution despite only being connected to a USB 2.0 interface
  • USB – 2x USB 2.0 ports
  • Video & Audio Output – 3.5mm AV jack with composite video (TBC) and stereo audio
  • Misc – Microphone and IR receiver
  • Header – 13-pin female header connecting to OPi Zero board

Mounting method for Orange Pi Zero (the computer is not included in the set!)

Widok karty z zamontowanym OPi Zero

Package content

  • Orange Pi NAS expansion card
  • 3 distance sleeves F-F
  • 3 distance sleeves M-F
  • 3 screws