- Standalone PCIe NVMe/SATA M.2 duplicator, no PC or software required.
The U-Reach PX400 PCIe M.2 duplicator/eraser is a compact professional system for duplicating and sanitizing PCI-Express M.2 NVMe/SATA modules. The U-Reach PX400 1-3 duplicator can create three copies of a M.2 module simultaneously. The U-Reach PX400 M.2 duplicator operates standalone, no PC or software is required. Operation is simple; all functions are selected using the keys and the LCD display.
The PX400 M.2 duplicator supports "Cross-Signal Duplication". This allows duplication from SATA M.2 SSD to NVMe M.2 SSD (and vice versa). The PX400 duplicator offers a high copy speed of 9 GB per minute (150 MB/s) on all channels. The speed does not decrease when multiple modules are connected. This makes the U-Reach PX400 duplicator very suitable for duplicating or erasing smaller numbers of NVMe/SATA M.2 drives.
The PX400 PCIe M.2 duplicator offers four different copy functions; "Quick Copy", "All Partitions Copy", "Percentage Copy" and "Whole HDD Copy". The Quick Copy function supports the following formats; FAT16/32, exFAT, NTFS, Linux (ext2/ext3/ext4) and Mac (HFS, HFS +, HFSX). In addition to duplication, the PX400 duplicator can also be used to erase M.2 modules. Four Erase functions are available; "Quick Erase", "Full Erase", "Secure Erase" and "DoD Erase". The DoD Erase function complies with the 5220.22-M US Department of Defense standard.
The Open Platform design of the U-Reach PX400 M.2 duplicators offers "Cable Free" connectors. NVMe/SATA M.2 modules can be connected directly to the M.2 connectors of the duplicator. Optional adapters are available for using MAC PCIe SSDs.
- Standalone PCIe NVMe M.2 duplicator, no PC connection or software required.
- Erase or duplicate multiple PCIe M.2 modules at the same time.
- Supports Advanced Format HDD (15 TB+) and GPT, MRB table format.
- Supports Cross-Signal duplication (M2 SATA - M2 NVMe).
- Supports M.2 M key and B+M key.
- Supports hot swapping of modules.
The U-Reach PX400 PCIe M.2 duplicators are able to simultaneously duplicate at a maximum speed of 9 GB/min to each port. The speed always remains constant, even if the number of media to be duplicated increases.