I am aware of the problem when using standard consumer-grade drives with RAID levels 5 and 6; if a drive takes too long trying to read and/or repair a bad sector, it will be dropped by a hardware RAID controller because the controller thinks the drive is dead.
ERC/TLER/CCTL is supposed to prevent this by halting the failed I/O attempt, informing the hardware RAID controller of the problem and allowing the bad sector to be rebuilt from parity data (in RAID 5 and RAID 6). In RAID 1, the exact same data is shared across all drives, and thus does not use parity data. I am not sure how this changes the rebuild process of the array.
Specifically, does using ERC/TLER/CCTL-capable drives provide any benefit for a RAID 1 configuration?