Saelig Company, Inc. has introduced SFP1215W, a Shielded Forensic Pouch that enables hands-on manipulation of wireless devices in an RF-tight environment, making sure that internal data is not compromised from the moment of capture. There is no need to take the captured device back to the laboratory to view the internal memory. The see-through soft material window and USB 2.0 connector provide fast and secure device manipulation and evidence collection in the field. On-site mobile device data extraction is now a reality with SFP1215W, which is more versatile, portable, and affordable than lab-based metal enclosures.
SFP1215W is manufactured from the proprietary Silver/Copper/Nickel fabric used to make room-sized RF shielded enclosures. It provides better than –75 dB, 99.95% RF isolation from 500MHz to 6.0GHz, and works with any portable wireless device - including smart phones, tablet PCs, and GPS units, controlled via built-in capacitive sensing technology. The USB2.0 connection offers a fast and secure link to any forensic diagnostic software and/or computer.
Targeted for the law enforcement and engineering community, SFP1215W weighs less than 1 pound, with outside dimensions 15 inches long by 11 3/4 inches wide by 4 inches high and inside dimensions 14 inches long by 10 inches wide by 3 inches high.
Items included with SFP1215W: a 1m USB A to B cable for external connection, a 0.5m USB A to Micro B cable for internal connection (supports most devices), and ten Wireless Evidence Cards. Optionally available are a Touch Screen Manipulation Insert and a weather-resistant carry bag.