FX900S Tabletop USB Thumb Drive Duplicator and Eraser
- Standalone, no PC required to operate the USB duplicator.
- Compatible with USB drives 2.0/3.0/3.1 devices
- Impeccable copy speed: up to 2GB/min for each port with up to 120 ports.
- Supports all types of data format copying while executing bit-for-bit duplication.
- Supports "quick copy" for Linux (ext2/ext3/ext4), NTFS, FAT16/32 and exFAT.
- Data Sanitization: quick erase, full erase, and DoD erase
- Can handle the largest USB stick capacity on the market.
- Easy quick swap USB module maintenance
Additional Features In PRO Model:
Event-log Reporting Function: Event Log Report is an important asset Management tool to assist users in monitoring and recording the whole duplication control process. The Event Log report records all details of each duplication task. For example, working time, run function, model number, the serial number of media and results etc.
Burn-in Test Function: To find out the durability of your Flash devices, you can select the Burn-In function. You can set how long and how many loops and duration of the Burn-In test. The range of the Burn-In time is between 30 mins to 30 days.
Write once read many (WORM) Function: The Write Protection or WORM function gives you the ability to make your USB Thumb Drive permanently read-only once they have been duplicated. This write-protection affords the assurance that the data cannot be tampered with once it is written to the USB Thumb Drive.
Dual Source Compare Mode (DSCM): Dual source comparison mode can eliminate the chance of a duplication error caused by a worn or a source that is not 100% accurate. Use the first port as a copying source and use the second port as a backup/compare source. It will guarantee the highest reliability and 100% accuracy of the duplication process if your application demands it.
Hashing: Built-in CRC64 verification that user can perform once copy is completed to verify master is 100% same as targets/copies.
Get ID (MID/OID/SN) Function: This function enables the copier to output the ID of the USB Thumb Drive. This function is perfect for some software applications (i.e encryption applications) that requires unique ID.