Seagate Lyve Mobile Shuttle User Manual
Seagate Lyve Mobile Shuttle 

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Take control of your data transfer and transport costs when moving data around your enterprise. This shuttle supports most industry-standard file systems and network protocols for easy ingestion from direct-attached, network-attached, and other external storage devices.

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Box content

  • Lyve Mobile Shuttle
  • USB 3.1- USB C cable
  • USB 3.1 - USB Type A cable
  • Type C PD 3.0 power adapter
  • Shipping case

Minimum system requirements

Computer port

  • USB Type A port (USB 3.0 or 2.0).
  • USB Type C port (USB 3.1 or higher or Thunderbolt)

Minimum free disk space

  • 600MB recommended 



Side Dimensions (in/mm)
Length 12.717 in/323 mm
Width 7.087 in/180 mm
Depth 3.543 in/90 mm


Model Weight (lb/kg)
2 x 4TB SATA SSD 8.774 lb/3.98 kg
16TB SATA HDD 9.921 lb/4.5 kg


Type C PD 3.0 power adapter (15V@3A)

Temperature ranges

Ambient environment Temperature range
Standard (operating) 0-35 °C


  Host port (USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type C)—Connect to Windows and macOS computers.
  Ethernet port (10 GbE)1—Connect to a network.
  Power port (Type C PD 3.0)—Connect the power adapter (15V@3A).
  Peripheral port (USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type C)—Connect to external USB storage.

E-Ink screen

To open the cover on the E-Ink screen, push the button and slide it away from the screen.

Carrying handle

Press the two handle release buttons on each side of the handle. Once the handle is released, gently pull it open until it's fully extended.

To retract, push the handle back in until the latch catches.

Status LED

The status LED is located above the handle. It is steady green when inactive and blinks during activity.

Shipping case

A shipping case is included with Lyve Mobile Shuttle. Always use the case when transporting and shipping the device. Lyve Mobile Shuttle is well protected in its hard enclosure but is not manufactured to withstand the potentially damaging impacts that can occur with transport.

1Performance up to 5GbE.