The Jupiter ExDrive Kit comes with all the important features that are required in a portable hard drive - rugged anodized aluminum housing, shock proof, light weight, compact size, and choice of enclosure that includes bullet proof hardware encryption to protect your sensitive data. With the Jupiter ExDrive kit, any 2.5" SATA or IDE hard drive can instantly become an external hard drive that can connect to computer via either USB 2.0, Firewire/iLink, eSATA, or Cardbus/PCMCIA slot.
With the choice of Cipher drive enclosures that come with built-in bullet proof hardware encryption technology, sensitive data stored in the hard drive can be kept secure even if the hard drive is lost or stolen. Unlike software encryption, the Addonics hardware solution encrypts and decrypts data with no measurable performance degradation and yet simple to use as there is no software to install or password to remember.
Drive enclosures features
|Choice of encrypltion security levels
||64-bit, 128-bit and 192-bit for Jupiter Cipher IDE enclosures. No encryption for Jupiter SATA enclosures at this time|
|Material construction||Rugged anodized aluminum|
|Supported Drive Type
|Supported Interface for Drive Cradle||
|Supported interface for Drive Enclosure||USB 2.0/1.1, Firewire/iLink, SATA or CardBus/PCMCIA using different optional Addonics USIB interface cable|
|Large hard drive support||YES|
|Power source:||External application: USB port*, Firewire port or 110/220 AC/DC 5V power adapter
Internal application: PC power supply or USB port*
* power from USB port varies from among different computers and hardware configuration. Large capacity (andgt80 G) hard drive may also require more power. As a result, USB power on certain system may not be adequate to power the hard drive. In such cas, an external power adapter will be the only option
Drive enclosure: 5.4 x 3.3 x 0.9 inches (137x84x22 mm)
|Weight:||7.2 oz (enclosure without hard drive)
5.6 oz (drive cradle)
|File Systems:||FAT, FAT32, NTFS and HPFS|
*Windows and Mac OS have been tested to hot swap drives using our SATA Host Controllers. Linux may not be able to hot swap without loading an additional module.