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SuperWiper Desktop Pro with S.M.A.R.T. features
Erase and Format 8 SAS/SATA drives
SuperWiper Desktop Multi Channel Eraser
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8 SAS/SATA-3 ports and 6 USB 3.0 Storage Devices.
Erase top speed for 8 storage devices simultaneously:
  • 30GB/min for SSD
  • 8.2GB/min for 1TB WD Blue HDD
Reg. US: $4,999.00

Product Code: SWP-0002-00A

Option 1:
ZIF Drive Support Kit [Add $891.00]

Option 2:
1.8" IDE Drive Support Kit [Add $931.00]

Option 3:
e-SATA Drive Support Kit [Add $795.00]

Option 4:
Mini-SATA Drive Support Kit [Add $607.00]

Option 5:
Micro-SATA Drive Support Kit [Add $337.00]

Option 7:
USB 3.0 to SATA-3 Support Kit [Add $585.00]

Option 8:
1 Year Extended Warranty [Add $699.00]


Description Technical Specs Extended Information

SuperWiper Desktop Gen-3 Standalone 8 SAS/SATA & 10 USB 3.1 Ports Eraser

he unit performs at a very high speed, in a secure Linux environment, and with the most efficient user-friendly application. The desktop style durable unit features an 8” detachable Touchscreen color LCD display with HDMI port, 8 channel open tray for easy hard drive insertion, 8 SATA/SATA-3 ports, 10 USB3.1 ports.The SuperWiper's erase application supports both drive multiple channels erase operations, as well as independent channel, erase operation. (most economic erase solution with no license scheme)

The SuperWiper's application supports Erase Protocols:
  1. DoD 5220-22M (ECE) erase specification (With 7 writing pattern passes and one verification pass)
  2. DoD Lite 5220-22M (E) erase specification (With 3 writing pattern passes and one verification pass)
  3. Security Erase
  4. Sanitize (3 Types)
  5. Enhanced Security Erase
  6. "User" Defined Erase Settings

The user can also perform an erase verification only, or a quick formatting of the drives with a choice of many different kinds of file systems including NTFS, exFAT, FAT32, HFS+, and EX4. The SuperWiper application is very unique, in that it gives the user a maximum throughput of erased devices. Erase simultaneously in parallel with multiple session operations of 8 1TB WD Blue Hard Disk Drives at an average speed of 8.2GB/min per one pass. Erase of 8 1TB WD Blue Hard Disk Drives with the use of DoD (ECE) protocol (7 write passes and 1 verification pass) in 14.5 hours, and with the use of Security Erase protocols in 2 hours.

The unit is capable of erasing data from a maximum of 14 Storage Devices, in simultaneous operation (Not including ports via of optional expansion module). The erase protocols are NIST 800-88 compliance. The "User" erases mode has a full or partial optional verification pass. The application generates log files and NIST 800-88 erase certifications that is easily exported to USB flash drive.

Summary of the main features
The Unit
  1. Built-in 10 USB3.1 ports that can be converted to 6 SATA ports to perform at a very high speed (Up to 20GB/min), or be used to erase SD/MicroSD and other flash drives (please see Option for the additional 4 USB 3.0 to SATA conversion kit)
  2. Built-in 8 bay open tray drive caddy, and the user can plug any SAS/SATA 2.5” and 3.5” drives without the need for extra cost of special caddies
  3. The unit runs under Linux OS, which is a more secured OS than Windows.( It is an OS that is less targeted by malware)
  4. Detachable Display: User can plug external monitor via HDMI port and still operate the unit
  5. Expansion Slots (PCIE 3.0)
  6. Easily can be configured to supports multiple SCSI drives (SCSI 3 drives KIT and SCSI 6 drives KIT)
  7. Easily can be configured to supports Fiber Channel drives (FC 2 drives KIT)
  8. Also can be configured with 1394 controller and with the use of 1394 to TB, to supports TB storage
  9. Use the new NVMe Kit (Supports 2.5" or M.2 form factors)
The Main Application:
  1. The application runs very efficiently due to a low OS overhead
  2. Simple and easy to use; all designed with a touchscreen icons, and in few clicks, user can be set and up and running
  3. Uses all the 8 CPU cores in a very efficient way
  4. Supports Security Erase and Enhanced Security Erase protocols, which are very important way to erase data from SSD and logical drives
  5. Use Continues Mode erase operation, in which each port is independent of other ports. The user can plug a drive in one port and start the erase operation, and when the erase is completed plug a different drive and start another erase operation with very little down time
  6. Quick Formats drives with: NTFS, ex-FAT, FAT32, HFS+(Mac), EXT4(Linux) and with MBR, GPT, and MAC
  7. Logs and Certificates: It generates detailed log file and erase certification includes NIST 800-88 format
  8. Display the drive's S.M.A.R.T. status - An indication for drive "Health" condition
  9. Drive Diagnostics and S.M.A.R.T. drive tests:
    Read Verify test(supported by all digital storage media)
    SMART short test (2-5 minutes),
    SMART extended full test,
    SMART conveyance test to evaluate the "health" condition of the drive prior to erasing operation
  10. Compliant with NIST 800-88 when used with DoD, Security Erase, Enhanced Security Erase protocols, or with use of User erase mode when full verification option is enabled
  11. Erase Verification Only Mode: User can chose to run a full verification or partial verification on a drive that was previously erased by any other devices or any other erase applications.
  12. Compliant with FACTA, HIPPA, Sarbabes-Oxey
  13. Support drives with size up to 256TB (48bit LBA addressing)
  14. Supports dual port Micro SD card reader, so user can erase 12 SD cards simultaneously
  15. User can customized the erase certificate, by adding any additional fields and information that can be entered and saved for a batch of drives
  16. SQL Database to save and manage log files
  17. Print label for drive the erased
  18. Ability to unlock Secure ATA drive passwords and erase the drive (works on some OEM MFG drives)
  19. Expansion Box with 8 SAS/SATA ports and with the use of this expansion box the user can erase 16 SAS/SATA drives simultaneously (please click her for a picture Expansion Box).

It is strongly recommended to use Security Erase protocol (if the drive is supporting it). It is the safest and fastest way to completely erase hard drives

Dedicated Secure Erase Field Unit
Erases and Formats storage devices (HDD, SSD, USB storage device, Multi Media Cards)
Main Hardware Features:
Case: Desktop, Industrial
CPU: i7 8 Generation
Display: 8" (800X600) LED backlight Touchscreen color LCD display
Hardware: Very high quality performing components, some with military specifications. The units are assembled and tested in the US
OS: Linux Ubuntu 64 bit
8 Channel HDD Open Tray: An easy to insert and plug tray, that accommodates any size and shape orf Hard Drive storage devices, yielding power status LED indicators
Application Updates: Application can be easily updated via USB thumb drive and special update application screen
Application Settings:
HPA/DCO Automatic Supports: The application has the ability to automatically open HPA and DCO areas and resize the hard drive to its full native capacity in order to erase any “hidden data” (HPA/DCO are special areas on the hard disk drive that support this feature)
Bad Sectors Handling: User can select to skip bad sectors/blocks, or abort the operation when it encounters bad sectors/block of sectors on the source drive
Support Storage Protocols & Interfaces: SAS, SATA, e-SATA enclosures, IDE, USB2.0, USB3.0, MMC, M.2 (NGFF)*, 1394*,Thunderbolt*, FC*, SCSI*, NVMe*

Support Form Factors: 3.5", 2.5", ZIF, 1.8", Micro-SATA, Mini-SATA, PCIE*, Mini PCIE*, M.2(NGFF)
Erase Multi-Media-Cards: Supports SD/CF/Memory Stick/ microSD with the use of a Multi Media Card reader via USB port
Application Features
Security: Linux OS. No Wi-Fi nor Bluetooth connectivity. If not used with network port, the unit has total isolation from potential malicious Malware
GUI: The application is built with large and very simple and easy-to-navigate icons. In a few clicks user can set the operation, and it will be quickly up and running
Speed: Extremely fast operation:
  • Tested with a single erase pass operation for 8 WD Blue 1TB hard disk drives, in 8 separate sessions running simultaneously with speed of 8.2GB/min
  • Tested with a single erase pass with 8 120GB SanDisk Extreme II, in 8 separate sessions running simultaneously with speed of 29GB/min
Log Files: Audit trail in PDF formats
48bit LBA addressing, support drives with size up to:256TB
Main application Features:
  • Erase data from hard disk drives
  • Erase verification only mode
  • Format
  • Drive Diagnostics
Parallel operations:
Multiple Session Operations: User can run a multiple efficient parallel operation on any available ports. There are some limitations on the number of simultaneous sessions: i5 CPU has 4 sessions limitation, i7 CPU has 8 sessions limitation. However, user can combine more than one port/storage devices in the same sessions. Also. user can mix different type of operations, and each operation is set as a new independent session. Example of operations: Erase data with DoD protocol from a hard disk drive on one port, Quick format hard disk drive on a second port, while performing user-erase hard disk drives on the remaining ports.
Hard Drive Detection Application Screen: All hard disk drives and storage devices that are connected to the units will be scanned and displayed in one application screen, called “the detection screen”. User can tap on each drive to get its detailed info, as well as selecting it for the desired operation they are planning to use
Multiple Session Application Screen: All running sessions are displayed in one Application Screen. The application screen shows the name of the session, the operation of the session, the error or abortion flag, completion progress bar, successful completion flag. User can abort a session, tap on a session to monitor its real time running progress and get detailed setting. It is a very easy way to view, navigate, and control the sessions
2 Main Modes of Options:
Continuous Mode: The user can run continuous erase operations with a multiple session operation. (The numbers of sessions are limited to the number of available CPU cores (4 for this unit, 8 with upgrade to i7 CPU). Each port, whether SAS/SATA or USB, can be used as an independent session for the erase operation. The user plugs a device into a port and can then run a session with the erase operation on the selected port. The user can abort the operation in the middle of the run, independent of other running sessions. When an erase session is completed, the user can continue to remove the erased device from the port and replace it with another device that needs erasing. All of this is possible while other sessions are still continuously running
Batch Mode: The user can select and run a single session with certain ports and devices. For example, you can combine all 10 channels into one session
Native SAS: 8 Ports
Native SATA: 9 Ports (with use of the unit's eSATA port)
USB3.1: 10 Ports (4 in front and 6 in back panel. 2 of the USB3.1 ports are Gen-2 with double the speed, with one type C and one Type A connectors). e-SATA port (back of the unit)
More Erase Ports: With the use of USB3.0 to SATA fast adapters and with the combination of e-SATA port, the unit can support erase up to 14 SATA Hard Disk Drives.
Erase and Quick Format Operation:
Hard Disk Drive Erase Protocols:
  • DoD 5220-22M (ECE) Mode: Use 7 passes/iteration to rewrite the drive and use the last 8th pass/iteration for verification
  • DoD 5220-22M (E) Lite Mode: Use 3 passes/iteration to rewrite the drive and use the last 4th pass/iteration for verification
  • Security Erase Mode: Use the internal firmware of the drive to perform internal drive erase. the erase operation overwrites all user data areas with binary zeroes. It is most efficient operation and save the time to to perform 8 iterations. It has a built-in verification process. (It supported by SATA drives that MFG after the year 2000)
  • Enhanced Security Erase: It is very similar to Security Erase mode. It is the most recommended erase mode for drives that supported by this mode. The Enhanced Security Erase mode writes pre-determined data patterns (set by the manufacturer) to all user data areas, including sectors that are no longer in use due to re-allocation
  • User Erase Mode: User can define it own parameters on how to run the erase operation. User can decide on the final pattern of the data that will be writing to the drive, the number of erase iterations, and the verification mode ( Non, Full, partial which is randomly verify up to 10% of the area on the drive)
  • Sanitize Erase Mode: Supported mostly by SAS SSD,. There are 3 types: 1) Rewrite the media 2) Block Erase - similar to security Erase 3) Crypto - where the drive f/w encrypt the data and throw away the encryption key

NIST Compliance:

Security Erase, Enhanced Security Erase, DoD erase protocols are all NIST 800-88 compliance. User Erase mode is NIST compliance only when user enable the full verification option
Erase Drives with pass-code: The application will be able to erase drives that are password protected only if user have the pass-code. A user shell insert the pass-code in Security Erase setting prior running the erase operation
Quick Format: NTFS, FAT, exFAT, HFS+, EXT4
Logs and Erase Certification: The application generates extensive erase log files and erase certification (option to save to NIST 800-88 format) that are easy to export to USB flash drive. The user can upload their company Logo and business address and the application will embed it in the report. Also the user will be able to enter a constant text (like a job #), that will be automatically append into the erase certificate
Drive Diagnostics and S.M.A.R.T. Drive Tests: If user intend to erase drive for re-use purpose, it would be recommended to to run some "Health test" on the drive prior to erase process. There are available are 3 type of tests: Short Test (2-5 minutes) which scan random area on the drive, Extended Full Test (Can take hours) that scan the entire drive, or Conveyance Test that identify damage incurred during transporting of the drive, to evaluate the "health" condition of the drive prior to erase operation
Expansion capabilities and the main hardware options:
Expansion Slots: Optional expansion slots (3 PCIE 3.0) that can be configured at time of purchasing the main unit to supports many different kinds of storage devices such as: SCSI, FC, 1394, TB, Express cards, Mini PCIE, M.2 PCIE NVMe and more. The Supports is limited to the total number of available Expansion slots.
8 SAS/SATA Expansion Box: Optional expansion adding 8 more SAS/SATA ports to the unit for a total of 16 SAS/SATA ports
USB3.0 to SATA adapters and Kits Option: Today USB3.0 technology is extremely fast and can run read data from SSD drives up to 20GB/min.With the use of USB3.0 to SATA 4 channel Kit, user can convert 4 USB3.0 ports to 4 SATA ports on any of MediaClone unit. The optional Kit is supplied with one external PS and it includes all the cabling to power and connect the 4 USB3.0 to SATA adapters. The tested performance when running 4 adapters in parallel was measured at a very high speed and very little speed degradation.
SCSI Expansion and Configuration Option: User can configured the unit at time of purchasing of the main unit with SCSI controller cards. . There are 2 kits available: 6 Drives SCSI and 3 Drives SCSi Supports. The kits includes: SCSI LVDS 3 channel cables (68pin connectors), SCSI terminators, VHDCI to SCSI adapters, SCA80 and HD50 SCSI adapters to supports old SCSI drives, external PS, and a separate SCSI drive bay that can house up to 6 SCSI drives with cooling fans. The PCIE 3.0 expansion slot do provides a very high bandwidth and the application can achieves a very high speed meeting SCSI drives transfer rates. 
Fiber Channel Expansion and Configuration Option: The user can configured the unit at time of purchasing of the main unit with FC controller cards. The 2 drives FC KIT includes: FC dual ports 4Gigabit/s controller, 2 FC drive's Adapters, 2 Optical 1m cables, and 2 Transceivers. The PCIE 3.0 expansion slot do provides a very high bandwidth and the application can achieves a very high speed meeting FC drives transfer rates.
1394 Expansion Configuration Option: The unit can be configured with 1394 PCIE controller to supports 1394 devices (1394 devices can be easily daisy chained).
Thunderbolt adapter Option: With the use the Thunderbolt to 1394 adapter, a user can connect the unit into a Mac laptop that have a TB port (that is booted in target mode) and access the Mac internal drive.
USB3.0/SATA to M.2 (NGFF) SATA base adapters Option: Most current laptops and tablets use M.2 (NGFF) Storage devices. This adapter supports connectivity to some of the newest SSD M.2 storage (Storage that supported by SATA Protocols). There is a class of SSD drives, with NGFF connectors, that are not supported by SATA protocols, and are not supported by those adapters. The M.2 NGFF connectors, for instance, came in a variety of models (B, M, B+M), and were not standardized until 2014. There 2 types of adapters that supports M.2 NGFF: one is USB3.0 to M.2 and the second is SATA to M.2
USB3.0 to M.2 (NGFF) PCIE base adapters Option (not NVMe): A few adapters are available to supports Mini-PCIE SSD NGFF that are used in MacBook Air 2012 and MackBook Pro Retina 2012, MacBook 2013. Some has not standard connectors such in MacBook Air 2013 (12+16)
NVME Kit: Supports M.2 and 2.5" NVMe. The Kit need to be ordered at time of purchasing of the main unit. Also available as an option is NVMe adapter that supports M.2 110mm and NVMe PCIE storage cards
Built in USA: The units are built and tested in the US
Warranty: One year free warranty on the main unit (it is not included warranty on accessories, adapters and cables) * Expansion ready unit. * With Expansion options