Digifast Cloner And Eraser M.2 NVMe & SATA 2.5"/3.5" SSD/HDD RGB 1-1 DFMR240
Digifast M.2 NVMe SATA RGB 1-1 Cloner And Eraser, 2x 20 OLED Display, 4x Push Buttons, for 2.5"/3.5", Windows/Mac/Linux
By DPD On 3rd Aug
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Protect against installation damage for 28 days.
ScanProtect is an enhanced warranty specifically designed and offered by Scan to reduce the risk of any mishap or damage to components during installation.
Our aim with ScanProtect is to encourage our customers to upgrade or build their own PC confidently. For a small additional fee our customers are provided with complete peace of mind.
The First RGB M.2 Duplicator in The World
It’s lightweight and portable design allows users to duplicate quickly from anywhere. This copier supports NVMe and SATA protocols enabling cross-signal and cross-interface duplication for maximum versatility.
The brilliant RGB LED light display and modular sockets are traits that set it apart from traditional bulky duplicators.
M.2 ports automatically detect NVMe and SATA protocols producing rapid cross-signal and cross-interface duplication.
Unique RGB LED Design
The first duplicator of its kind, featuring five customisable RGB lighting effects.
Globally the first design for 5 RGB lighting effects and easily switch.
Erase functionality compliant with NIST 800-88 and DoD 5220 standards.
Secure and enhance secure erase functions wipe drive contents within seconds.
Modular socket design allows easy replacement of overused ports.
• LEDs: 3 LED indicators per port: Yellow (Power), Green (Pass), and Red (Fail).
• Control Panel: 4 Push Buttons.
• Power Input: Universal Power 115VAC or 230VAC, 50/60Hz.
• Power Output: 12VDC 5A.
• Operational Temperature: 0°C ~ 60°C (32°F ~ 140°F).
• Non-operational Temperature: -20°C ~85°C (-4°F ~ 185°F).
• Humidity: Operating: 20% ~ 95%, non-condensing | Non-operating: 5% to 95%, non-condensing.
• Certification: FCC, CE, RoHS, and REACH.
• Compatible Devices: All NVMe and SATA devices with the M.2, 2.5”, and 3.5” form factors.
• Supported Interfaces: M.2 B+M Key, M Key, SATA.
• Supported Formats: Quick Copy Function: FAT16/32/64, Windows (NTFS), Linux (Ext2/Ext3/Ext4), and Mac (HFS, HFS+, HFSX).
• Whole Device Copy Function: All Formats, including proprietary formats. GPT, MBR.
• Supported OS: All (Windows, Mac, Linux, and other proprietary systems).
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