Hard Drive Eraser for 2.5 or 3.5 Inch SATA Drives – 4 Bays – Standalone

This self-contained disk drive eraser simultaneously erases up to four 2.5 “or 3.5” SATA solid state or hard drives.

Save time with this standalone four bay eraser
Unlike docking stations or adapters that require a connection to a computer and software to erase drives, this hard drive cleaner erases autonomously and does not require a host computer. This avoids the hassle of connecting your drives to a host computer and protects them from external security risks, such as remote access to data.

The four-bay design offers maximum efficiency as multi-drive batch erase projects can be created, saving you valuable time. The Hard Drive Eraser is compatible with USB 3.0, also known as USB 3.0 Gen 1, which offers data transfer speeds of up to 5Gbps.

Maximum versatility with various erase modes
Using industry-recognized erasure modes, Hard Drive Eraser securely cleans your 2.5 “or 3.5” DDs or SSDs. It supports nine erase modes, including “Quick Erase”, Single or Multi-pass Overwrites (“Single and Multi-pass Overwrites”), Custom Erase (“Custom Erase”), Secure Erase Erase “) conforming to the NIST 800-88 Rev.1 standard and” Enhanced Secure Erase “. The “Multi-pass Overwrite” process of erasing (total overwrite of the disk with 3 passes) conforms to the North American military standards DoD (5220.22-M).

The compatibility of this hard drive eraser with various erasing modes makes it the perfect accessory for almost any professional application. The Single-Pass Overwrite mode is ideal for IT technicians and system administrators who retire or reuse previous generation hard drives, while the Quick Erase modes, Single and Multi-pass Overwrites, which meet US Department of Defense (DoD) standards, are ideal solutions for laboratories. institutions, offices of health institutions, law firms and accounting offices that handle confidential data and require secure erasure tools that prevent privacy violations.

Erase your hard drives before they are removed to prevent confidential data from being recovered
Clean your hard drives before reusing them.

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