PCIe Duplicator and Sanitizer NV-BM Series

NV-BM Series
PCIe Duplicator and Sanitizer
User Manual
V4.2
Index Table
Product Disclaimer ..................................................................................................................... 3
Warranty .................................................................................................................................... 3
Piracy Statement ........................................................................................................................ 3
Before You Start ......................................................................................................................... 4
Notice Symbols ........................................................................................................................... 4
Functions Table .......................................................................................................................... 5
Product Overview ....................................................................................................................... 8
Product Features ........................................................................................................................ 8
Hardware Overview.................................................................................................................. 10
Functions .................................................................................................................................. 12
1. Copy .............................................................................................................................. 12
2. Compare ........................................................................................................................ 13
3. Copy+Compare .............................................................................................................. 13
4. Erase .............................................................................................................................. 14
5. Utility ............................................................................................................................. 15
6. Setup ............................................................................................................................. 16
7. Log Manager .................................................................................................................. 22
8. Switch to SATA/PCIe Mode............................................................................................. 24
Specifications ........................................................................................................................... 25
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Product Disclaimer
U-Reach is not accountable for any incidental or consequential damages, including, but not
limited to property harm, loss of time or data from use of any U-Reach product, or any
other damages attributable to product malfunction or failure of including without
limitation, those attributed to reliance of the materials provided, costs of product
replacement, loss of use, data or profits, delays or business interruptions, any principle of
legal responsibility arising from or in reference to the use, overall performance, delays in
servicing, or lack of ability to render service of any U-Reach product. U-Reach makes every
effort to ensure proper function of all products. However, the customer is responsible to
verify that the output of U-Reach product meets the customer’s quality requirement. The
customer further acknowledges that improper use of U-Reach products, software program,
and/or hardware issues can cause loss of data, defective formatting, or unreliable data
loading. U-Reach will make efforts to resolve or repair any issues recognized by customer
either within the warranty period or on a time and materials basis.
Specifications and features are subject to change without notice or obligation.
Warranty
U-Reach provides a basic one year parts and labor warranty for all its products, excluding
cables, adapters, and other consumable items. An extended warranty may be purchased.
Telephone and email support is available for the life of the product as defined by U-Reach.
All warranties are specific to market region and will be defined per market region in which
the product was purchased.
Piracy Statement
U-Reach accepts no responsibility for copyright infringement or misuse of any U-Reach
equipment. Copying any form of data (audio, video, or software) without the permission of
the copyright holder is illegal. It is the sole responsibility of the user to ensure that the legal
copyrights of the copyright owners are respected.
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Before You Start
Important Notice
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Carefully read the entire manual before operating.
Make sure the source device is correct and functioning.
Equal capacity of source and target is recommended for guaranteed data consistency.
Using the Copy+Compare function provides the most flawless duplication.
Damage incurred due to non-compliance with U-Reach operating instructions will void
the warranty.
Store the equipment safely when not in use and keep out of the reach of children.
Please turn off duplicator before replacing the socket.
Never turn off the power while the firmware updating.
Use only approved, stable power sources.
Use product only in a clean, dry, dust free, and ventilated area. Liquids or foreign
debris can severely damage your duplicator.
It is typical for the machine to heat up during operation.
While in use, do not move the duplicator or remove HDDs.
Static electricity may cause duplication error. Please pay attention to the duplicator’s
environment and while operating equipment. Purchasing electricity elimination
equipment helps avoid shock.
Notice Symbols
Special items, procedures, or notes to be observed prior to use.
Note
Caution
Refers to related duplicator operations, special details, tips, or
suggestions for operational effectiveness.
Refers to procedures that need to be adhered to or precautions.
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Functions Table
Functions
1. Copy
2. Compare
3. Copy +
Compare
4. Erase
5. Utility
Descriptions
1.1 Internal Storage
Copies saved data images from the duplicator’s internal storage device.
1.2 Source Port
Copies data from the device connected to the Source Port (Port #1).
2.1 Internal Storage
Verifies saved data images, bit-by-bit, from the duplicator’s internal
storage device.
2.2 Source Port
Verifies data, bit-by-bit, from the device connected to the Source Port
(Port #1).
3.1 Internal Storage
Copies and verifies saved data images, bit-by-bit, from the duplicator’s
internal storage device.
3.2 Source Port
Copies and verifies data, bit-by-bit, from the device connected to the
Source Port or Port #1.
4.1 Quick Erase
Erases device(s)’ index table.
4.2 Full Erase
Erases entire device(s) complying with NIST 800-88 Standards.
4.3 DoD3 Pass
Erases device(s) complying with DoD 5220.22-M Standards.
4.4 DoD3 Pass+Compare
Erase device(s) complying with DoD 5220.22-M Standards and verifies
complete erasure.
5.1 Disk Info
Displays basic information such as device model, name, capacity, etc.
5.2.1 Update BIOS
Updates system firmware by any device at the source
port.
5.2 System Update
5.2.2 Create BIOS Format
Prepares by formatting the device to a 2GB FAT
partition to accept firmware file.
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6. Setup
5.3 System Info
Displays system information such as controller, model number, software
version, etc.
6.1 Startup Menu
Sets default function to display during equipment initialization.
6.2.1 System and Files
Copies data and skips empty space. Only supports
standard formats.
6.2.2 All Partitions
Copies or skips HPA, DCO, unknown partitions,
6.2 Copy Modes
modified formats, etc. defined by settings.
6.2.3 Whole Device
Copies all source data, bit-by-bit.
6.2.4 Percentage (%)
Sets percentage of source capacity to copy.
6.3 Skip Bad Sectors
Skips source bad sectors.
6.4 Language
Sets preferred language: English or Japanese.
6.5.1.1 Copy Unknown
6.5.1
Copies unknown format(s).
Unknown Format
6.5.1.2 Skip Unknown
Skips unknown format(s).
6.5.2.1 Disabled
Source port will be unable to
6.5.2
erase.
Erase Source Port
6.5.2.2 Enabled
Source port will be able to erase.
6.5 Advanced
6.5.3.1 One Byte
Setup
Random character written per
byte.
6.5.3
Erase Pattern
6.5.3.2 Big Random Data
Random character written in a
set of area.
6.5.4 Device Power Up
Sets device power up buffer time prior to copy, erase,
etc...
6.5.5
6.5.5.1 Disabled
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Scroll Lock
6.5.5.2 Enabled
Only down/up buttons are
disabled. Reboot system for
setting to be in effect.
6.5.6 Device Power Down
Sets device power down buffer time prior to device
disconnection.
6.6 Restore Defaults
Reinstates manufacturer settings.
7.1 Today’s Log Report
Outputs today’s log data.
7.2 Recent Log Report
Outputs recent log data.
7.3 Custom Log Report
7. Log Manager Outputs a set period of log data.
7.4.1 Clear All Logs
Clear all log records.
7.4 Advanced
7.4.2 Password Setup
Function
Default password: Allows password change.
7.4.3 Adjust Time/Date
123456
Change time and date.
8. Switch to
Switches between native SATA or NVMe protocols. A system reboot is
SATA/PCIe Mode required.
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Product Overview
The NV-BM Series is the world’s first standalone PCIe M.2 duplicator. It boasts ultra-high
speed duplication and each port is independent. That's why no matter how many targets
are running, it possesses the same ultra-high transmission speed performance. A
technology far beyond PC-based duplicators.
The duplicator is specially designed for professional use. The smart Quick Copy (System and
Files) mode supports FAT16/32/64, NTFS(Windows), ext2/3/4(Linux), HFS/HFS+/HFX(Mac)
formats and can copy only data contained area, which highly increases the production
efficiency. Furthermore, the innovative interface design can help you easily swap devices
during operation to reduce time and effort while repairing.
Complies with the U.S. Department of Defense's erasing standard (DoD5220.22 M). It is
important to make sure the data inside the disregarded device will not be retrieved and can
be safely transferred.
Product Features
Operation Type
Standalone, FPGA based operation (Non-PC based system design).
Controller Design
Embedded controller is designed to support capacities over 18TB+. Constant improvement
supports latest market-available devices.
Protocols Supported
Supports Native NVMe and Native AHCI protocol.
Bandwidth Performance
Speed transfers of up to 18.0GB/min. (300MB/sec.) and dedicated bandwidth enables high
volume replications without speed degradation.
Read Only Source Port
There is no option to disable this built-in feature and it is integrated with all U-Reach
duplicators.
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Cable free Hardware Design
Modularly designed ports effectively reduce downtime and is cost effective for long term
ownership.
Image Management
Allows user to transfer multiple master images from PC and store them in the duplicator’s
internal storage device.
Event Log Management
Records operating durations, device writing/reading speeds, individual port copy
progressions, connected hard drive models, capacities, serial numbers, and PASS or FAIL
results. Log report files are generated through the front USB port and are saved to USB
devices.
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Hardware Overview
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Front View
Control Buttons
USB port for Log
Report Outputs
and Firmware
Updates.
OK Buttons
LCD Display
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Back View
Power Switch
USB Port for PC-LINK
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Power Input
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LED Status
Yellow: Powered
Green: Pass
Red: Fail
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LCD Configuration
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Functions
1. Copy
Step 1: Prepare source and target devices.
Note
Recommendation: Target device(s)’ capacity must be equal to or larger than
the source device capacity.
Step 2: Connect source and target devices.
Step 3: Proceed to copy.
Scroll to select "1. Copy", then press "OK" to select which source to copy from. Scroll to
select "1.1 Internal Storage” or select “1.2 Source Port", then press "OK" to start the
duplication process.
Note
The number of working/connected targets will be displayed on LCD. Press
"OK" to start.
The following information below states what is displayed on the LCD during duplication.
Note
Press ▲▼ together for 5 seconds to stop operation on the slowest device.
Step 4: Copy Completed!
The quantity of passed or failed target device(s) and the copied duration will be displayed
on the LCD after duplication completes.
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1.1 Internal Storage
Scroll to select "1.1 Internal Storage", then press "OK" to select which GOB Image to copy
from the duplicator’s built-in storage device. The GOB Image is created through U-Reach’s
proprietary software that is included with the duplicator.
1.2 Source Port
Scroll to select "1.2 Source Port", then press "OK" to copy to targets from the source port.
2. Compare
Step 1: Proceed to verify device(s).
Scroll to select "2. Compare", then press "OK" to select which source to verify from. Scroll to
select "2.1 Internal Storage” or select “2.2 Source Port", then press "OK" to start the
verification process.
Note
The number of working/connected targets will be displayed on the LCD. Press
"OK" to start.
2.1 Internal Storage
Scroll to select "2.1 Internal Storage", then press "OK" to select which GOB Image to verify
from the duplicator’s built-in storage device. The GOB Image is created through U-Reach’s
proprietary software that is included with the duplicator.
2.2 Source Port
Scroll to select "2.2 Source Port", then press "OK" to verify targets from the source port.
3. Copy+Compare
Sequentially automates from Function 1, Copy to Function 2, then Compare.
Scroll to select "3. Copy+Compare", then press "OK" to select which source to copy and
verify from. Scroll to select "3.1 Internal Storage” or select “3.2 Source Port", then press
"OK" to start the automated duplication and verification process.
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3.1 Internal Storage
Scroll to select "3.1 Internal Storage", then press "OK" to select which GOB Image to copy
and verify from the duplicator’s built-in storage device. The GOB Image is created through
U-Reach’s proprietary software that is included with the duplicator.
3.2 Source Port
Scroll to select "3.2 Source Port", then press "OK" to copy to and verify targets from the
source port.
4. Erase
There are 4 submenu modes.
Caution Please backup all important data before using this function.
Step 1: Connect device(s) for sanitizing.
Note
Source Port is disabled for erasing. Go to 6.5.2.2 to enable source port erasing.
Step 2: Enter function "4. Erase"
Scroll to select "4. Erase”, then press "OK" to view the 4 submenus.
4.1 Quick Erase
This function will erase the index table from the connected device(s).
Scroll to select "4.1 Quick Erase”, then press "OK" to start the erasing process.
4.2 Full Erase
This function will erase all data per NIST 800-88 Standards to the connected device(s).
Scroll to select "4.2 Full Erase”, then press "OK" to start the erasing process.
4.3 DoD3 Pass
This function will erase all data per DoD 5220.22-M Standards of the connected device(s).
Scroll to select "4.3 DoD3 Pass", then press "OK" to start the erasing process.
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4.4 DoD3 Pass+Compare
This function will erase all data per DoD 5220.22-M Standards, then verifies the erasure of
the connected device(s).
Scroll to select "4.4 DoD3 Pass+Compare", then press "OK" to start the erasing and
verification process.
5. Utility
This menu will reveal submenus related to device information, system information and
updates.
Scroll to select "5. Utility”, then press "OK" to view the submenus.
5.1 Disk Info
This function will display basic information such as device model, name, capacity, etc…
Scroll to select "5.1 Disk Info”, then press "OK" to view the connected device(s). Then
through to view connected device(s) by port number order.
5.2 System Update
There are 2 submenu options.
5.2.1 Update BIOS
Step 1: Prepare a USB drive for update.
Connect a USB drive to PC. Download the latest firmware provided from U-Reach technical
support, unzip the BIOS firmware, and save it to the root directory in the USB drive.
Note
The USB’s format must be: FAT16 or FAT32.
Step 2: Proceed to update firmware
Connect USB drive to the USB port in front of the duplicator. Scroll to select "5.2.1 Update
BIOS", then press "OK" to start the firmware update process.
The firmware update process may take longer than 5 minutes. Please do not
Caution disrupt power or process during BIOS update. If interrupted, the system will
become useless. U-Reach will not be held responsible for any damages.
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5.2.2 Create BIOS Format
Step 1: Connect a device to the source port.
Step 2: Scroll to select "5.2.2 Create BIOS Format”, then press "OK" to start the
format process.
This will format the device to a 2 GB FAT32 Partition.
Note
Ensure that the device does not have any bad sectors.
5.3 System Info
This function will display basic information such as device model, name, capacity, etc…
Scroll to select "5.3 System Info”, then press "OK" to view the connected device(s). Then
scroll through to view all information.
6. Setup
This menu will reveal submenus related to device information, system information and
updates.
Scroll to select "6. Utility”, then press "OK" to view the submenus.
6.1 Startup Menu
This function allows user to select the default function to display during equipment
initialization.
Scroll to select "6.1 Startup Menu”, then press "OK.” Then scroll through the available
menus for startup.
6.2 Copy Modes
There are 4 submenu modes.
Scroll to select "6.2 Copy Modes”, then press "OK.” Then scroll through to select one of the
four copy methods.
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 Selecting the Proper Copy Modes
Example: There are two defined partitions in a 500GB device. The charts below illustrate
what portion would be duplicated.
System and files
100GB
250GB
All Partitions
30GB Data
30GB Data
100GB
60GB Data
Whole Device
100GB
70GB
60GB Data
250GB
30GB Data
70GB
60GB Data
250GB
190GB
190GB
500GB
500GB
500GB
150GB
150GB
150GB
Undefined
Undefined
Undefined
This function will analyze and
copy only data and skip empty
spaces.
This function will copy all data This function will copy the
within the defined partitions. entire device.
 Copy and Compare Preparations
Please consider the following settings before proceeding with copy:
- 6.2 Copy Modes
- 6.3 Skip Bad Sectors
Using appropriate copy modes can greatly reduce operation time and increase efficiency.
There are four copy modes with different copy methods.
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6.2.1 System and Files
Copies data and skips empty space. Only supports standard formats.
Scroll to select "6.2.1 System and Files”, then press "OK" to save the copy method.
Allows user to copy source device’s System and Files, instead of the entire device. The
system will analyze the source device and identify the data area to copy. If the source
device’s data is within the target device’s capacity, the copy will be processed. FAT16/32/64,
NTFS, EXT2/EXT3/EXT4, and HFS/HFS+/HFSX are supported in this copy mode.
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Source
Partition 1(150GB)
Data 30GB
Target
Partition 2 (200GB)
Data 90GB
500GB
150GB
150GB
Undefined
Undefined
Area
Area
500GB
Only the 120GB of data will be copied.
6.2.2 All Partitions
Copy or skip HPA, DCO, unknown partitions, modified formats, etc. defined by settings.
Scroll to select "6.2.2 All Partitions”, then press "OK" to save the copy method.
The target device’s capacity must be equal to or larger than the source device’s capacity.
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Source
Partition 1(150GB)
Data 30GB
Target
Partition 2 (200GB)
Data 90GB
150GB
500GB
150GB
Undefined
Undefined
Area
Area
500GB
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350GB of all partitions along with
6.2.3 Whole Device
Copies all source data, bit‐by‐bit.
Scroll to select "6.2.3 Whole Device”, then press "OK" to save the copy method.
Copies the whole source device, irrespective of content, format, partition or empty space.
This mode does not analyze the data.
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Source
Partition 1(150GB)
Data 30GB
Target
Partition 2 (200GB)
Data 90GB
500GB
150GB
500GB
150GB
Undefined
Undefined
Area
Area
All 500GB of data will be copied.
6.2.4 Percentage (%)
Select percentage of source capacity to copy.
Scroll to select "6.2.4 Percentage”, then press "OK" to save the copy method.
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Source
23%
150GB
Target
23%
500GB
500GB
Undefined
Area
23% of the total capacity is to be copied, starting from the initial sector.
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6.3 Skip Bad Sectors
Skip source bad sectors.
Scroll to select "6.3 Skip Bad Sectors”, then press "OK" to scroll through the available values
for skipping bad sectors. If the device data is critical and needs to be a full clone, it is
recommended to set “Skip Bad Sectors” at "0.” Bad sectors can be set as unlimited or at a
value from 0 to 65,535.
Caution The “Copy+Compare” function is advised for enhanced copy accuracy.
6.4 Language
Select English or Japanese.
Scroll to select "6.4 Language”, then press "OK.” Then scroll through select the desired
language.
6.5 Advanced Setup
This function contains settings to fine tune copy and erase functions.
Scroll to select "6.5 Advanced Setup”, then press "OK" to view the submenus.
6.5.1 Unknown Format
This function only works with copy functions: “6.2.1 System and Files” and “6.2.2 All
Partition”.
Scroll to select "6.5.1 Unknown”, then press "OK”. Then scroll through to select one of two
settings.
Unknown format includes all forms of modified and proprietary data and partitions.
6.5.1.1 Copy Unknown
Copy unknown format(s).
Scroll to select "6.5.1.1 Copy Unknown”, then press "OK" to save this setting.
6.5.1.2 Skip Unknown
Skip unknown format(s).
Scroll to select "6.5.1.2 Skip Unknown”, then press "OK" to save this setting.
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6.5.2 Erase Source Port
This function allows user to enable or disable the source port for sanitization.
Scroll to select "6.5.2 Erase Source Port”, then press "OK.” Then scroll through to select one
of two settings.
6.5.2.1 Disabled
Source port will not be allowed to erase.
Scroll to select "6.5.2.1 Disabled”, then press "OK" to save this setting.
6.5.2.2 Enabled
Source port will be allowed to erase.
Scroll to select "6.5.2.2 Enabled”, then press "OK" to save this setting.
6.5.3 Erase Pattern
Scroll to select "6.5.3 Erase Pattern”, then press "OK”. Then scroll through to select one of
two settings.
6.5.3.1 One Byte
Random character written per byte.
Scroll to select "6.5.3.1 One Byte”, then press "OK” to save this setting.
6.5.3.2 Big Random Data
Random character written in a set of area.
Scroll to select "6.5.3.2 Big Random Data”, then press "OK" to save this setting.
6.5.4 Device Power Up
Set device power up buffer time prior to copy, erase, etc...
Scroll to select "6.5.4 Device Power Up”, then press "OK" to set buffer time.
6.5.5 Scroll Lock
This function allows user to enable or disable the 4 control panel buttons.
Scroll to select "6.5.5 Scroll Lock”, then press "OK" to access available settings.
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6.5.5.1 Disabled
Scroll to select "6.5.5.1 Disabled”, then press "OK" to save this setting.
6.5.5.2 Enabled
Only down/up buttons are disabled. Reboot system for setting to be in effect.
Scroll to select "6.5.5.2 Enabled”, then press "OK" to save this setting.
6.5.6 Device Power Down
Set device power down buffer time prior to device disconnection.
Scroll to select "6.5.6 Device Power Down”, then press "OK" to set buffer time.
6.6 Restore Defaults
Restores all setting to manufacture defaults.
Scroll to select "6.6 Restore Defaults”, then press "OK" to restore settings back to
manufacture defaults.
7. Log Manager
This menu allows user to access several submenus.
Scroll to select "7. Log Manager”, then press "OK" access submenus.
I. Log Report Diagram
Source device
Info.
Copy Area and Check Sum
Result
Date
Time Lapsed Time
Port No.
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Model No.
Revision
S/N
__ Capacity (Sectors)
___Power Cycle
Write Speed
Power-on Hours
II. How to Export Log Reports
The Log Report Management Tool assists users with monitoring, recording and managing
the entire duplication process. By displaying detailed information for each port, this tool
helps to identify the slowest writing device, that in turn, keeps the operation running
efficiently.
Note
1. The USB must be FAT16/FAT32 format.
2. The LCD will display the number of recorded logs.
(E.g. #1-#6 means there are 6 logs.)
➊ Export Today’s Log Report
Export today’s log report via USB port to a USB drive.
➋ Export Recent Log Report
Exports a recent log report (1-28 days) via USB port to a USB drive.
➌ Export Custom Log Report
Exports a specific time period’s log report via USB port to a USB drive.
7.1 Today’s Log Report
Outputs current day log report
Scroll to select "7.1 Today’s Log Report”, then press "OK" to output log report to a USB
drive.
7.2 Recent Log Report
Outputs recent log report
Scroll to select "7.2 Recent Log Report”, then press "OK" to output log report to a USB drive.
7.3 Custom Log Report
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Outputs recent log report
Scroll to select "7.3 Custom Log Report”, then press "OK" to output log report to a USB
drive.
7.4 Advanced Function
This menu allows user to access several submenus.
Scroll to select "7.4 Advanced Function”, then press "OK" access submenus.
Default password: 123456
7.4.1 Clear All Logs
Clear all log records.
Scroll to select "7.4.1 Clear All logs”, then press "OK" to clear all log records.
7.4.2 Password Setup
Allows password change.
Scroll to select "7.4.2 Password Setup”, then press "OK" to change to desired password.
7.4.3 Adjust Time/Date
Change time and date.
Scroll to select "7.4.3 Adjust Time/Date”, then press "OK" to adjust the time and date.
8. Switch to SATA/PCIe Mode
Switch between native SATA or NVMe protocols. A system reboot is required.
Scroll to select "8. Switch to SATA/PCIe Mode”, then press "OK" to save the desired mode.
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Specifications
 Product Features
Features
Descriptions
Operation Type
Stand-alone, FPGA-based operation (Non PC-based system
design).
Controller Design
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Embedded controller is designed to support capacities over
18TB+.
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Constant improvement supports latest market-available
devices.
Protocols Supported
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Supports Native NVMe and Native AHCI protocol.
Bandwidth Performance
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Speed transfers of up to 18.0GB/min. (300MB/sec.)
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Dedicated bandwidth enables high-volume replications without
speed degradation.
Read-Only Source Port
There is no option to disable this built-in feature and it is
integrated with all U-Reach duplicators.
Cable-free Hardware
Design
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The rail-guiding module design allows for quick device
connections and disconnects.
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Modular-designed ports effectively reduce downtime and is
cost-effective for long-term ownership.
Image Management
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Allows user to transfer multiple master images from PC and
store them in the duplicator’s internal storage device.
Event Log Management
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Records: operating durations, individual port copy progressions,
connected device models, capacities, serial numbers, and PASS
or FAIL results.
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Device writing/reading speeds are recorded.
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Log report files are generated through the front USB port and
are saved to USB devices.
 Product Functions
Functions
Descriptions
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Quick Copy (Data & System): Supports Windows, Mac, and
Linux.
4 Copy Modes
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All Partitions: Users can skip HPA or unknown partitions.
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Whole Device: Copies bit-by-bit from the master device.
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Percentage Copy: Users can set percentages of capacity to be
copied.
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Compare (Verification)
Bit-by-bit data comparison from the source device to target
device(s).
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Quick Erase
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Full Erase (NIST 800-88)
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DoD3 Pass (DoD 5220.22-M)
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DoD3 Pass+Compare (DoD 5220.22-M)
Skip Bad Sectors
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Choose the number of bad sectors to skip.
Unknown Format
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Choose to copy or skip unknown formats.
Erase Source Port
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Enable or disable source port from being erased.
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Choose time to wait for the device to power up prior to copy,
4 Sanitization Modes
Device Power-up
erase, etc.
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Device Power-down
Choose time to wait for the device to power down prior to
disconnection.
Scroll Lock
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Disable or enable ▲ and ▼ buttons on the control panel.
Language
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English or Japanese.
Log Manager
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Manage and export log reports.
Switch to SATA/PCIe
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Select SATA Express or NVMe protocol. Requires reboot to be in
effect.
Mode
 Product Compatibilities
Compatibilities
Descriptions
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Compatible Devices
Compatible Devices
(Requires Optional
Adapters)
Supported Formats
NGFF (M.2): 2230, 2242, 2260, 2280, and PCI-e SSD (full and low
profiles).
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SATA HDD/SSD and 2 types of U.2 (SFF8639). Refer to
Replacement Parts.
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Quick Copy Function: FAT16/32/64, Windows (NTFS), Linux
(Ext2/Ext3/Ext4), and Mac (HFS, HFS+, HFSX).
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Whole Device Copy Function: All Formats, including proprietary
formats.
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GPT, MBR, and Advanced Formats.
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Compatibilities
Supported O/S
Descriptions
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All (Windows, Mac, Linux, and other proprietary systems).
 Product Specifications
Specifications
Descriptions
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Backlit Monochrome LCD Display
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3 LED Indicators per Port:
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Yellow (Power), Green (Pass), and Red (Fail)
Control Panel
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4 Push Buttons (▲, ▼, OK, ESC)
Power Requirements
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Universal Power: 115VAC or 230VAC, 50/60Hz
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5°C ~ 45°C (41°F ~ 113°F)
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-20°C ~85°C (-4°F ~ 185°F)
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Operating: 20% ~ 80%, non-condensing
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Non-operating: 5% to 95%, non-condensing
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NV-BM600 - 239.78 mm x 265.18 mm x 152.4 mm (17 in. x 16.5
in. x 15.5 in.)
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NV-BM2100 – 622.3 mm x 584.2 mm x 330.2 mm
(24.5 in. x 23 in. x 13 in.)
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NV-BM600 – 9.07 kg (20 lbs.)
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NV-BM2100 – 22.91 kg (50.5 lbs.)
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FCC, CE, RoHS
LCD Display
LEDs
Operational
Temperature
Non-operational
Temperature
Humidity
Physical Dimensions
(L×W×H)
Product Weight
Certifications
 Product Replacement Parts
Part Numbers
Descriptions
TB1587
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M.2 PCIe Socket Replacement
TB1569
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SATA Socket (SATA Express Protocol) – SATA Mode Only
TB1589
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U.2 (PCIe Protocol) Adapter – PCIe Mode Only
TB1593
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U.2 (SATA Express Protocol) Adapter – SATA Mode Only
More Information
For additional details on the U-Reach® NV-BM Series, please visit:
http://www.ureach-usa.com/PCIe-1-to-5.html
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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