Impeccable High speed PCIe M.2 SSD duplicator (60GB/min) / Supports NVMe & SATA protocol / M.2 & SATA interface

High Speed PE Series - PCIe SSD M.2 Duplicators and Sanitizer

1-15 PCIe SSD M.2  Duplicator and Sanitizer - PE1600H

  • Speed transfers up to 60 GB per minute.
  • Systems & files copy mode supports Windows (FAT16/32/64, NTFS), Linux (ext2/ext3/ext4/LVM) and Mac (HFS, HFS+, HFSX.)
  • Data Sanitization: Quick Erase, Full Erase, DoD Erase and DoD Erase+Compare.
  • Log report management records all task details for better enhanced management.
  • Cable free connection for easier M.2 connection and disconnection.
  • Supports M key and B+M key for M.2 PCIe devices.

 All Available Models:

PE600H   PE1100H   PE1600H    PE2100H

The brand new PEH series M.2 PCIe SSD duplicator offers many models with varying quantities of ports to meet different production needs.

It features ultra-high speed duplication at a maximum copy speed of 60 GB per minute. The speed does not degrade even as the number of targets increases. It can also detect the  devices’ protocols which greatly enhances productivity and efficiency. Furthermore, the built-in source disk image management system helps manage the source disk images and reduce human error.

Impeccable High Speed

U-Reach High Speed PE Series PCIe SSD duplicator is capable of copying at 60GB/min. on all HDDs simultaneously, without any speed degradation as number of targets increase. This duplicator is great for manufacturers.

No waiting time required for duplication

When each round of duplication is completed, the next round can start immediately without having to wait or restart the machine

Native Support NVMe and SATA Protocols

Converter chips are not being adopted by PE-H series which deploys an M.2 interface with native NVMe/SATA protocols. This directly transfer the data to enhance the compatibility during the duplications.

FPGA-based Platform

Industrial-grade FPGA design not only facilitates cross interface / cross signal duplication but avoids restarting the system after each round of duplication.

Intelligent Duplication Modes

U-Reach PCIe SSD duplicator offers a diverse of duplication modes. The user may select the appropriate mode based on application demand.

Illustration of Copy Modes 

The areas containing data are marked in blue. The areas being copied are marked in red. Duplication time depends on the speed supported by the hard drive's controller chip.

Sanitization Methods

●Quick Erase:
  Erase HDD index table, and only takes A FEW SECONDS to complete.
●Full Erase:
  Erases the entire HDD.
●DoD Erase:
  Complies with U.S. Department of Defense erasure standards. 
●Secure erase:
  A National Institute of Standards and Technology 800-88 accepted
  technique for properly purging hard drives. This method is supported by almost all modern SATA/SAS HDD.

Source Management System

The administrator can through a specific software store the image files on the computer for centralized management. When needed, this image files will be sent to the duplicator for duplication. This is designed specifically for production plant  as this makes it easier to mange the source and reduce human error.

Double Data Verification: Compare + CRC Checksum

In addition to bit for bit comparison, PEH adopts CRC as an error-detecting code to ensure the accuracy of the copied data. After each round of duplication is completed, the users just have to check whether CRC value shown on the LCD of the duplicator is identical.

High Compatibility

  • Quick copy mode supports Windows (FAT16/32/64), Linux (ext2/ext3/ext4), and Mac (HFS/HFS+/HFSX) formats.
  • Whole media copy mode supports all system and proprietary formats.
  • Supports various brands.
  • Designed to support 18TB+ capacities. 
  • Supports MBR and GPT partitioning.

Event Log Report 

U-Reach PCIe SSD(M.2) duplicators has an unique mechanism to prevent alteration of its Event Log Report. It records the operation results and other information of each devices completely. It is an important asset for production management and analysis.

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