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TD2U – Tableau Forensic Duplicator

The Tableau Forensic Duplicator was built to excel in both field and lab environments. It is a full-featured, fully-forensic duplicator that offers the ideal combination of easy operation, reliability, and ultra-fast forensic imaging of hard disks and solid-state-drives.

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SUMMARY
The Tableau Forensic Duplicator was built to excel in both field and lab environments. It is a full-featured, fully-forensic duplicator that offers the ideal combination of easy operation, reliability, and ultra-fast forensic imaging of hard disks and solid-state-drives.

Winner of the Forensic 4:cast “2016 Computer Forensic Hardware of the Year” award.
A Tableau third-generation product, replacing the Tableau TD2.

FEATURES

  • Image SATA, USB 3.0, and IDE hard disks natively
  • Image SAS drives with the SAS Expansion Module

Standard operations:

  • Disk-to-Disk (clone) duplication
  • Disk-to-File (image) duplication
  • Format
  • Wipe
  • Hash (MD5 or SHA-1)
  • HPA/DCO detection and removal
  • Blank Disk Check
  • Imaging speeds in excess of 15 GB/minute (.e01, compressed with MD5 and SHA-1 hashing)
  • Forensic mode always on (MD5 and SHA-1 hashing)
  • Capable of making one (1:1), two (1:2), or three (1:3) forensically-sound copies of digital storage devices
  • Outputs to raw DD, .e01 (compressed), .ex01 (compressed), or .dmg formats
  • Wiping speeds in excess of 25 GB/minute
  • Supports whole disk encryption of destination drives
  • Includes a color LCD for crisp, easy-to-view operational and device status information
  • Intuitive user interface provides easy operation with minimal training
  • Nine LEDs provide status on power, source drive detection, destination drive detection, and activity
  • Packaged in removable foam inserts custom-built to drop into a Pelican 1500 hard case
  • Free Tableau firmware updates

Connectors: Source Side
SATA One SATA signal connector
USB 3.0 One USB 3.0 Standard-A connector
IDE One IDE signal connector
Drive Power One 3M-style 4-pin power connector for the SATA or IDE drive

Connectors: Destination Side
SATA Two SATA signal connectors
USB 3.0 One USB 3.0 Standard-A connector
Drive Power Two 3M-style 4-pin power connectors for the SATA drive

Connectors: Misc
USB One Standard-A USB 2.0 port for USB printer, flash drive, or keyboard
One Mini-B USB 2.0 port for firmware updates
DC Input One barrel connector for use with Tableau TP5 power supply

User Interface
LCD 3.5 in. Graphic LCD (320 x 480 resolution)
Buttons Two contextual “soft buttons” located under the LCD, five navigation buttons and one power on/off button

Status LEDs
DC Power In Power is available at power source
Power TD2u is powered on
SATA Source Detect Flashing: detecting drive
Steady: drive detected
IDE Source Detect Flashing: detecting drive
Steady: drive detected
USB Source Detect Flashing: detecting drive
Steady: drive detected
SATA Destination 1 Detect Flashing: detecting drive
Steady: drive detected
SATA Destination 2 Detect Flashing: detecting drive
Steady: drive detected
USB Destination Detect Flashing: detecting drive
Steady: drive detected
Busy Source or destination drive activity
Alert Flashing: activity paused, user response required
Steady: read/write failure encountered

Compatibility
IDE Devices Parallel ATA hard drives with Logical Block Addressing (LBA) support
USB Devices USB 3.0, 2.0, and 1.1 devices
Power Supply Tableau model TP4 or TP5
SATA Devices SATA I, II, or III hard drives

Physical / Environmental
Storage Temperature Range -40 to 70 degrees C
Operating Temperature Range 0 to 40 degrees C ambient (room temperature)
Power 11 Watts Typical Operating (Not Including Drive Power)
DC Input 13VDC (min) to 36VDC (max)
DC Output +5/12V @2A (spin-up)
Dimensions 5.65 in. (L) x 5 in. (W) x 2.25 in. (H)
Weight 11.3oz (320g)
DC Output (per drive) +5/12V @1A (continuous)
Relative Humidity Up to 90% (non-condensing)

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