The PC-3000 UDMA Professional System is the optimal hardware-software solution for diagnosing, repairing and recovering data from damaged HDD based on SATA (Serial ATA) and ATA (IDE) interfaces for numerous vendors (Seagate, Western Digital, Fujitsu, Samsung, Maxtor, Quantum, IBM (HGST), HITACHI, TOSHIBA), for various capacities (from 500MB to 4 TB) and various form factors: 3.5″ – desktop drives, 2.5″ and 1.8″ – laptop drives, and 1.0″ – portable drives with Compact Flash interfaces.
The PC-3000 UDMA system is the “main workforce” for data recovery companies, as it combines high efficiency and reasonable price.
Small and medium-sized data recovery companies can use PC-3000 UDMA systems for daily tasks as the main – and only – data recovery tool.
Big data recovery laboratories and those companies that require fast turnaround times, can equip most work places with PC-3000 UDMA Professional Systems for standard, not urgent everyday jobs and use other PC-3000 systems like the PC-3000 Express for the most urgent tasks and the PC-3000 Portable for on-site data recovery.
The PC-3000 UDMA Professional System consists of PC-3000 UDMA hardware-software and Data Extractor UDMA software.
The Data Extractor UDMA
- Works with all of the most popular file systems: FAT, exFAT, NTFS, EXT2/3/4, HFS+, UFS1/2, XFS, ReiserFS, VMFS
- VMDK (VMWare) images are supported
- Data Extractor UDMA has modes used in forensic investigations
Data Extractor UDMA is capable of working with 2 HDD drives simultaneously. Drives can be connected to PC-3000 UDMA ports (1xSATA, 1xSATA/PATA), motherboard ports (xSATA, xUSB etc) or represented as HDD images.
PC-3000 UDMA allows you to repair physically damaged HDD drives in technological mode. SATA drives use UDMA133 reading mode while PATA drives use UDMA100 reading mode.
Using the Data Extractor UDMA you can create full (sector-by-sector) or partial data copies from the damaged drive to a good one connected to the port of the PC-3000 UDMA board, motherboard or in image-files.
Supported VM images: Flat (file-image), VMDK
Interface: PCI Express 1x
Ports: 2 SATA, 1 PATA
Reading modes: UDMA133/100/66/33, PIO4/3/2/1/0
Task creation: for HDD connected to PC-3000 UDMA ports, connected in a standard way, for image-files
Maximum number of working tasks for damaged HDDs: 2
Maximum number of recovered drives per one task: 1
The Data Extractor UDMA RAID Edition
- The Data Extractor UDMA RAID Edition includes all the features of the Data Extractor UDMA
- A wide range of supported levels is provided:
- “simple” RAID levels: 0 (Stripe), 1 (Mirror), JBOD, 1E Offset, 1E Adjacent, 4, 5, 5E, 5EE, 6, 6 Adaptec
- Combined levels: 10, 50, 60, 51, etc. due to the possibility to create RAID from RAID
- Tabular presentation enables to define optional configurations
- Restoring the software RAID and NAS
- Wide variety of RAID members:
- Up to two damaged HDDs connected to the PC-3000 UDMA ports
- Storage devices connected in standard way (including SCSI and SAS)
- Data Extractor tasks created earlier with copies to files
- Previously created virtual RAIDs
- Advanced functions of working with damaged HDDs inside RAID
- Unique modes of automatic and interactive detection for RAID configurations
- Software emulation of RAID controller:
- Mounting of virtual RAID to Operating System
- High read speed (more than 200 MB/sec for a Stripe of 2 HDDs connected to the PC-3000 UDMA ports)
- Recovering data from redundant arrays
Supported RAID levels:
- simple levels: 0 (Stripe), 1 (Mirror), JBOD, 1E Offset, 1E Adjacent, 4, 5, 5E, 5EE, 6, 6 Adaptec
- any combined levels: 10, 50, 60, 51 etc.
- configurations defined by table description
Software-based RAID: LDM and mdadm structure analysis
Possible array members:
- up to 2 HDDs connected to the PC-3000 UDMA ports
- HDDs to computer ports connected in a standard way
- previously created Data Extractor tasks with copying to file
- previously created virtual RAIDs
Maximum number of damaged HDDs per one task: 2 HDDs connected to the PC-3000 UDMA ports
Read speed of virtual RAID: more than 200 MB/sec, for a Stripe with 2 HDDs, connected to the PC-3000 UDMA ports (it depends on the configuration and read speed of HDD)