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You can configure Energy-using Products (EuP) and Wake-on-LAN (WOL) modes, select a NAS behavior after power outage, and specify power schedules.

Configuring EuP Mode

Energy-using Products (EuP) is a directive designed to improve energy efficiency of electrical devices, reduce use of hazardous substances, and improve environment-friendliness of the product.

  1. Go to Control Panel > System > Power > EuP Mode Configuration.
  2. Select a mode.




    When enabled, Wake-on-LAN, power recovery, and power schedule settings are disabled. The NAS keeps power consumption below 1W when powered off.


    When disabled, power consumption of the NAS is slightly higher than 1W when powered off. EuP mode is disabled by default.

  3. Click Apply.

Enabling or Disabling Wake-on-LAN (WOL)

You can power on the NAS remotely using the Wake-on-LAN (WOL) protocol in Qfinder Pro. This feature is enabled by default.


If the power cable is disconnected when the NAS is powered off, WOL will not work until the NAS has been manually powered on.

  1. Go to Control Panel > System > Power > Wake-on-LAN (WOL).
  2. Select Enable or Disable.
  3. Click Apply.

Configuring the Power Recovery Settings

This feature allows you to configure the power on and off status of the NAS after a power outage.

  1. Go to Control Panel > System > Power > Power Recovery.
  2. Select a power recovery setting.
    • Restore the previous NAS power state.

    • Turn on the NAS automatically.

    • Keep the NAS turned off.

  3. Click Apply.

Configuring the Power Schedule

This feature allows you to schedule automatic system power on, power off, and restarts at specified times.

  1. Go to Control Panel > System > Power > Power Schedule.
  2. Select Enable schedule.
  3. Perform any of the following tasks.


    User Action

    Add a scheduled action


    One schedule is shown by default.

    1. Click Add.

    2. Select the following.

      • Action: Select whether you want to shut down, restart, or turn on the NAS.

      • Schedule Type: Select the frequency of the action.

      • Hour and Minute: Select the time of day to perform the action.

    Remove a scheduled action

    1. Select one or multiple schedules.

    2. Click Remove.

  4. Optional: Select Postpone scheduled restart/shutdown when a replication job is in progress.
  5. Click Apply.