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The CRU DataPort 10 SecureDock 256-Bit Enclosure with Internal Key includes hardware-based AES 256-bit encryption that will allow you to encrypt/decrypt an entire hard drive with the hardware processor that delivers both high speeds and performances. This hardware-based encryption provides a straightforward interface.
Encryption keys are mounted to the back of the frames and secured into the host computer, eliminating the need for key or password management. Simply remove the carrier, and your hard drive is encrypted. In order to access the data, the carrier must be reinserted into a frame with a matching encryption key.
Aluminum frames and carriers dissipate heat while ensuring the ultimate safety for your data. Each carrier is equipped with CRU's Temperature Controlled Cooling System (TCCS), and an audible alarm will notify you if the drives begin to overheat so that you can prevent data loss or drive malfunction/damage.
After you power on your drive with the keylock, LEDs will notify you of power, drive, encryption key errors, and encryption activity.
FIPS 140-2 (certification number 1471) encryption validation
Mini-USB security key port on face of receiving frame
High durability connectors rated for over 30,000 insertions
Ultra-quiet Vapo Bearing MagLev (Magnetic Levitation System) cooling fan
In the Box
CRU-DataPort DataPort 10 SecureDock 256-Bit Enclosure with Internal Key
Set of Mounting Screws
Limited 3-Year Warranty
Table of Contents
1 x SAS/SATA
Data Transfer Rates
Up to 1.5 Gb/sc
Supported Drive Types
SATA 2.5" drives SATA 3.5" drives SATA SSD
Encrypts entire HDD, including boot sector, file allocation table, OS, temp, and swap files
DP10 AES 256-bit
Up to 30,000 carrier insertions
Number of Bays
Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) 256-bit Performs Self-test to check for problems