Duplicate or securely erase up to 15 USB flash drives, without connecting to a computer. This USB duplicator and eraser lets you clone or erase up to 15 USB flash drives, without a host computer connection. This means you can work more efficiently and manage larger batches of USB drives, saving time and effort.
The standalone USB duplicator and eraser is perfect for IT professionals and system administrators in corporate, education, marketing, or sales environments.
Efficient 1:15 drive duplication
The duplicator lets you copy up to 15 drives simultaneously, and offers both synchronous and asynchronous duplication, with speeds up to 1.5GB per minute. The asynchronous feature means you can remove and replace USB storage devices while other copies continue to run. Theduplicator offers two duplication modes, system and file and whole file.
Erase multiple USB drives simultaneously
The drive duplicator/eraser lets you erase up to 15 flash drives at the same time, so it's easy to clean large batches of USB drives for reuse. The flash drive duplicator features three modes of drive erasing: quick erase, single pass erase, and multi-pass erase (meets DoD standards).
Designed for ease of use
The flash drive duplicator and eraser supports USB 3.0, USB 2.0 and USB 1.1 flash drives, providing an easy and cost-effective way to re-use and re-purpose your USB drives. It features a robust metal housing and a compact, standalone design that makes it the perfect desktop companion. The flash drive eraser/copier also has an LCD display that makes it easy to monitor erasing and duplication to ensure completion.
The USBDUPE115 is TAA compliant and backed by a StarTech.com 2-year warranty and free lifetime technical support.
- Built-in LCD display
- TAA compliant
- Compact metal design
- Erase up to 15 drives at the same time with three modes: quick erase, single pass erase, and multi-pass erase (meets DoD standards)
- 1:15 standalone duplication with two duplication modes: system and file, and whole file
- Duplicate or erase up to 15 USB 3.0, USB 2.0 and USB 1.1 flash drives, without connecting to a host computer