It offers users to choose the erasure mode to be performed on the solid-state drive and check the M.2 SSD was erasure before. The GE936 is ideal for governments, data centers, financial sectors, and medical centers for data destruction. Erasure modes with multiple options are available for selection to wipe off confidential data of the drive, including 1-Pass Erase (00), 1-Pass Erase (Random number), US DoD 5220.22-M, US DoD 5220.22-M ECE, NSA Erase, Military AR380-19 Erase, BMB21-2019 (Chinese Security Bureau), etc.
Other than the existing erasing functions, users can also define their erasing modes, specify the number of rounds (up to 40 rounds), and the value to be written in each round, including 00, FF, random numbers, comparisons, and you can also input the way of hex values.
The touchscreen displays a lot of information about every single solid-state drive you’re connected, including drive model, version, serial number, capacity, S.M.A.R.T. Info, and the data written for erase. In addition to the on-screen display, the report also indicates all the detailed info synchronously when it be printed as printout proof of erasure. Users can refer to the information provided by S.M.A.R.T. Info only when the S.M.A.R.T. command is supported by the solid-state drives.
The user can browse the erase log on GE936 and with an external printer. The report can be exported via a USB drive, includes device information, erase function time and result, SMART Info and erasure machine information.