Solo 4 G3 IT Ruggedized
- Product Code: F.GR-0070-400
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ICS warrants its Products free from defects in material and workmanship for a period of twelve (12) months from the date of purchase.
The warranty does not apply to failures of the product due to improper use, installation, handling or breakage of the Product. The warranty does not cover instances resulting from improve care, accidents, alterations, modifications, tampering in any way, or negligence.
The warranty is void if the product has been repaired or serviced by an unauthorized person/company.
The warranty is not transferable and void if/when the product is sold to a third party.
The warranty does not apply to damages caused during shipping or caused by force or an Act of God.
The warranty does not cover accessories included with the product, such as cables, etc..., or any other items that may be included and shipped with the main unit.
Four Ports Disk Duplicator.
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One Solo 4 G3 IT Ruggedized.
One IDE to SATA Kit
Two SATA 0.5M M/F CABLE
Four 2.5" HDD INSERTS
Four CABLE HOLDER INSERTS
One STYLUS PEN
One POWER CORD
One 2.5" ADAPTER Kit
One User Manual.
One Restore Media.One Power Connector.
Solo-4 G3 IT Ruggedized
8" Color Touch Screen
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|Manufacturer Lead Time:|
One Year Parts and Labor from Date of Purchase.
Price may change without notice.Lead Time May Very.
IM Solo-4 G3 IT Ruggedized
Builtin a Rugged case to work in even the toughest environments, the Image MASSter ™Solo-4 G3 RUGGEDIZED unit, configured with the i7 Processor and Expansion Ready hardware, offers IT Professionals the ability to Copy Drives at SATA-3 speeds from two Source drives simultaneously. It can also Acquire Data from 1 Source drive to up to 3 Destination drives. TheG3 Ruggedized version of the IMSolo-4 G3 units features the same high speed performance, flexible image formats and reliability as the original hand held design.
The unit offers over 4 times the processing power of the previous generation of the IMSolo-4 Product Line.The unit is built in a shock absorbent case,featuring a cable-free design, built-in native support for SAS, SATA, eSATA, USB 3.0 and Firewire drives. It also supports IDE,as well as a variety of Flash Media.
Designed exclusively for IT applications,the Image MASSter Solo-IVG3 system is a versatile lightweight, portable, high speed data duplication device.Source drive's data can be copied at speeds exceeding 6GB per minute.The unit offers multiple Copy Formats such as IQ Copy which is an "Intelligent Copy"method that copies only allocated data and creates, scales and formats Destination partitions.
The available Copy Formats include "VHD Capture", which allows storing multiple images in a single Destination drive or Shared Network Folder.The unit's advanced Touch Screen user interface provides ease of use. This IT Data Acquisition unit also offers a built-in Gigabit Ethernet connection allowing users to upload images to Storage Area Networks (SAN) for the purpose of processing and archiving data.The unit allows installation of 3rdParty applications.
Extreme Speed Built for Today's and Tomorrow's Hard Drive Technology: Built to work with the fastest hard drives available, the unit capture, authenticates and sanitizes at SATA-3 speed (37 GB/min top capability). This technology not only allows the unit to take advantage of today's fastest hard drive speeds but also allows the user to be prepared for tomorrow's future hard drive speed improvements.
Rugged Design: The new rugged unit comes built in a shock absorbent case that allows investigators to easily carry, store and utilize the unit in even the toughest environments. The unit is simple to transport, set-up and store and easily fits under a standard airplane seat.
Cable-less Hard Drive Slots: Unit features two "slide-in" cable-less hard drive slots for the "Suspect" hard drives as well as two "slide-in" cable-less hard drive slots for the "Evidence" hard drives.
One side Protected "Suspect" Port: For the protection of the user's original images, the unit provides one standard write protected native SATA/SAS "Suspect" port and one standard write protected native USB 2.0 "Suspect" port for the duplication of up to three "Evidence" drives.
Multiple "Evidence" Ports: The unit provides three native SATA/SAS "Evidence" ports and three USB 2.0 "Evidence" ports to allow the user to to capture images from a single hard drive into three hard drives. In addition one of the "Evidence" ports can be re-configured by the user to be a write protected port and act as "Suspect" port. This allows the user to capture of two two different "Suspect" drives into two separate "Evidence" drives simultaneously.
Expansion Box: The unit is designed with a built-in support to connect to an optional Expansion Box, and provides the capability to capture data from additional devices which have interfaces not natively available on the unit. The Expansion box is configured with the following hardware:
1) FireWire 1394 PCI-Express card for connecting 1394A(1 Port) or 1394B(2 Ports) mass storage devices.
2) SCSI Ultra320 PCI-Express card for connecting SCSI mass storage devices. The Solo-4 can capture from two SCSI "Suspect" hard drives simultaneously with no speed degradation(*).
3) PCI-Express to ExpressCard 34 Reader for connecting a broad range of Express Card compliant cards, such as Express Card USB 3.0 adapter cards than enable user to connect USB 3.0 mass storage devices(**).
(*)External Multi-Output Power Adapter (not supplied) is required to power the second SCSI drive when capturing two SCSI hard drives to two "Evidence" hard drives simultaneously. It is also recommended to use the External Multi-Output Power Adapter to power two or more external drives connected to the Expansion Box.
(**) Express Cards are not supplied with the Expansion Option.
Also the Expansion Box can be configured with other controllers to support different interfaces such as the support for Fiber Channel drives.
"On the fly" Drive Image Encryption*:
Utilizing the built-in AES256 Encryption Technology the unit encrypts with minimal speed degradation all digital data during the Acquisition Process for the purpose of safe guarding sensitive information. The unit creates a secure key with a user-chosen pass phrase. An AES256 encryption key is then generated by the unit and can be saved to any USB thumb drive.
The encrypted drive can be decrypted on the fly utilizing the unit or any regular PC loaded with the ICS free decryption utility and the USB thumb drive containing the saved key. User can then safely image the decrypted data to an additional "Evidence" drive.
The unit supports the AES256-bit block cipher Encryption Standard, which has been approved by NIST and chosen in the US as the government standard. The unit AES Encryption Algorithm is hardware based and is embedded and implemented directly through the unit's i7 Processor. intel Technologies, i7 Processor has been validated as correctly implementing the AES algorithm as indicated in the attached NIST report titled,"The Advanced Encryption Standard Algorithm Validation List." See Validation # 1229.
* This process is NOT compatible with the Disk-Cypher product line.
Windows 10 Operating System: The unit runs on the highly stable and proven Windows 10 Operating System. Unit can be customized to individual organization needs upon request.
Drive Wiping: Supports single pass or full DoD drive "Sanitizing".
Multiple Hash Verification's: The unit can authenticate an image using SHA-1, SHA-2, MD-5 of the captured "Suspect" hard drive.
Uploads "Suspect" Images to Network Storage: With the use of the unit, user can upload "Suspect" drive Data Images to Networked Storage Area using 1 Gigabit Ethernet Connection for the purpose of sharing, processing and archiving.
Preview Data directly on the Unit: User can preview active files on the "Suspect" hard drive utilizing Windows 10 file viewers.
Image MASSter™ Solo-4 SATA-3 6Gb/s Internet/Network Connection Disclaimer
Intelligent Computer Solutions, Inc. (ICS) assumes no liability for the security of the customer's computer/network systems. ICS assumes no liability for the security of the Image MASSter™ Solo-4 SATA-3 6Gb/s when it is connected to either the Internet or another Network. Utilizing the Image MASSter™ Solo-4 SATA-3 6Gb/s for to upload data to a network requires the unit to be connected to the network and this may cause a risk of the system being compromised.
The user is responsible for taking the necessary steps to ensure the safety of both the Image MASSter™ Solo-4 SATA-3 6Gb/s and the network in use when the unit is utilized to upload data to a network.The security of the Image MASSter™ Solo-4 SATA-3 6Gb/s when connected to the Internet or a network relies on the user's discretion; however, ICS recommends, at a minimum, to the user to take the following steps:
The Image MASSter™ Solo-4 is set to have Internet Connection and Automatic Windows Updates disabled as default. Users will need to enable Internet Connection when uploading data to a network. It is highly recommended that the user install anti-virus and firewall Hardware Device protection prior to connecting the Image MASSter™ Solo-4 SATA-3 6Gb/s to either the Internet or a network.
A lesser protection can be achieved with personal firewall software. Continuously running an updated version of anti-virus software with the Image MASSter™ Solo-4 SATA-3 6Gb/s may help prevent an intrusion into the unit or network. ICS recommends updating the anti-virus software program every time the Image MASSter™ Solo-4 is connected to the Internet or a network.Users should always utilize a clean (scanned for viruses) USB Thumb Drive when updating the Image MASSter™ Solo-4 SATA-3 6Gb/s unit Software or Firmware.Users should ONLY connect the Image MASSter™ Solo-4 SATA-3 6Gb/s to a network when uploading data. It is imperative for users to REMOVE the Image MASSter™ Solo-4 SATA-3 6Gb/s connection when not actively performing these tasks.
These recommendations are provided to the user as a reference; however ICS cannot assure that the Image MASSter™ Solo-4 SATA-3 6Gb/s will not become compromised when connected to the Internet or a network. User assumes all responsibility for the data and security of the Network.