UltraBlock PCIe - Bridge Only
Caution: SKU W2005 does not include the power supply supply, cables, and other accessories. If you need these items, please purchase SKU W2000 instead.
THE FIRST PORTABLE PCIe FORENSIC WRITE BLOCKER
The UltraBlock PCIe enables portable forensic acquisition of PCIe SSDs. With the UltraBlock PCIe you will be equipped to handle the vast array of new laptops and tablet computers that are making use of these high performance PCIe Solid State Drives.
REQUIRED PCIe ADAPTERS SOLD SEPARATELY
The UltraBlock PCIe must be used with a Tableau PCIe SSD adapter for each specific PCIe SSD form factor and connector.
|A1600||PCIe Card SSD Adapter w/PCIe Cable (TDA 7-1)|
|A1610||PCIe M.2 SSD Adapter w/PCIe Cable (TDA 7-2)|
|A1625||PCIe Apple SSD Adapter w/PCIe Cable (TDA 7-3)|
|A1640||PCIe Bundle (TDA 7-1, 7-2, 7-3)|
Compatible With Key "M" M.2 PCIe SSDs Shown Below (5 Pins)
Not Compatible With SATA M.2 SSDS. Please See mSATA / M.2 SATA Adapter Kit
The 4-position DIP switch configures user-selectable options. Default setting is switch one “OFF” (write-blocked). Toggle switch one to “ON” for read/write operation. The switch block is accessible by removing knock-out panel on bottom of the UltraBlock.
|PC Interface||USB (2.0/3.0)|
|Drive Interfaces||Peripheral Component Interconnect Express (PCIe)|
|Operational Modes||Write Block and Read/Write|
NOTE: If you purchased this device prior to Sep 19, 2017 you'll need to download and apply v7.19+ firmware update available at Guidance Software's Web Site for PCIe Gen 2 and Gen 3 compatibility.
The UltraBlock PCIe conveniently bridges from a write-blocked native storage interface (PCIe) to a hot-swappable interface on a host computer (USB 3.0).
LCD AND LEDS
The UltraBlock PCIe includes a backlit character LCD to display useful information about the bridge and connected PCIe media. In addition, six LEDs provide status on power, PCIe media detection, host connection, write-block status, and activity.
The UltraBlock PCIe images PCIe SSD media at blazing speeds. Imaging performance up to 330MB/sec (~19 GB/min) were observed.