The NV-BMS4 is the world's first standalone PCIe M.2 duplicator. It boasts an ultra, high-speed duplication with independent bandwidth per each port. A technology far beyond PC-based duplicators, it possesses the same ultra-high transmission and consistent performance, either from a 1-target through a 300-target production.
 
Intelligent Duplication Modes
 
 
  • Systems and Files (Quick Copy Mode)

  • 1. The duplicator automatically copies only the data area, rather than the empty spaces within the capacity, which reduces the duration of the copy process.

    2. This copy mode supports the file formats such as Windows (FAT16/32/64/NTFS), Linux (ext2/ext3/ext4), and Mac (HFS/HFS+/HFSX). If the file system format to be copied is not among the supported formats above, then system will automatically switch to "whole media copy" mode.

  • Whole Media

  • 1. The duplicator copies from the initial sector to the end, bit-by-bit.
    2. There are no format limitation in this mode.
       
     
    Impeccable High Speed
     
     
    U-Reach PCIe M.2 duplicator copies up to 10.2GB/min on all devices simultaneously, without any speed degradation as number of targets increase. This duplicator is great for manufacturers.
     
     
    High Compatibility
     
     
  • Quick copy mode supports Windows (FAT16/32/64), Linux (ext2/ext3/ext4), and Mac      (HFS/HFS+/HFSX) formats.

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  • Whole media copy mode supports all system and proprietary formats.

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  • Supports various brands.

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  • Designed to support 18TB+ capacities.

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  • Supports MBR and GPT partitioning.

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    Sanitization methods
     
     
  • Quick Erase:
  • Erase device index table, and only takes A FEW SECONDS to complete.
     
     
  • Full Erase:
  • Erases the entire device
     
     
  • Secure erase:
  • A National Institute of Standards and Technology 800-88.
     
     
     
    Skipping Bad Sectors
     
    End-users are given options to skip bad sectors from the source device. Access the function to select the numbers of bad sectors to skip, from 0 through unlimited.