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DiskSense Unit
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Battery for DiskSense unit

Front side of the battery for DiskSense unit

The battery allows the DiskSense unit to keep running forensic tasks without an electrical network. This is particularly important when imaging large source drives.

With the battery, you can start image acquisition under any circumstances. You do not need electrical power. On top of that, using the battery protects the DiskSense unit from power loss while imaging the source evidence device.

You can place an order for DiskSense unit battery here: Where to buy

Warranty for Battery = 1 Year from date of purchase.

Technical specifications

  • Work time: 3 hours 30 minutes, when imaging source HDD to target HDD with MD5 calculation
  • Standby time: more than 5 hours
  • Full charging: 2 hours
  • Capacity: 148 Wh
  • Input/output: 19V DC
  • Chemical: Lithium-ion
  • Dimensions: 7.5 x 7.3 x 2.1 in (192 x 185 x 54 mm)
  • Weight: 3.5 lb (1.6 kg)
  • LED charge indicators
  • Quiet mode switch
  • –°haining with 1 or 2 additional batteries
Battery used together with DiskSense unit

Quiet mode

The quiet mode can be easily enabled using the switch at the front. It powers all LEDs off and sets up silent mode, blocking all possible beeps or sounds.

Battery chaining

Having two batteries at your disposal, you can have twice the capacity of a single one. With three batteries, you correspondingly get 3x capacity. Connecting batteries with each other makes a battery chain which can then be plugged into the DiskSense unit. This way, battery work time can be increased to up to more than 10 hours.

Power cable connection between battery and DiskSense unit