The ideal secure evidence storage solution for your digital forensic lab!
Mission Darkness™ Blocker Locker 7
The Mission Darkness™ Blocker Locker 7™ system solves multiple problems for forensics investigators and labs. To effectively access and recover data from cell phones and tablets, the latest forensic tools require devices to stay live. It can be difficult to keep devices shielded from RF signals, charged at all times, and securely locked. The Blocker Locker 7 accomplishes all of these objectives in a single cabinet designed specifically for shielding, charging, and locking. The unit includes seven fully loaded compartments, while additional Charge & Shield Faraday Bags can be purchased as required.
Secure cabinet with seven locker compartments designed specifically for forensic investigators to keep devices individually locked, shielded, and charged during storage
Primarily used as an evidence locker for cell phones and tablets
System ensures that device intake and storage is correct so that the passcode unlocking and data extraction process can be completed properly with the best results
Each cabinet has a power outlet with two USB power receptacles and a unique outer lock
Locking system consists of two keys for each locker compartment, two master keys, and a key dropbox
Power indicator light on main cabinet
Basic usage instructions sticker printed on the locker itself (additional in-depth instruction sheet included)
Includes seven Mission Darkness Charge & Shield Faraday Bags for Phones plus all necessary charging components (one bag stationed in each locker compartment)
Charge & Shield Faraday Bags are uniquely designed for charging devices in the Blocker Locker 7, then being transferred to a faraday forensic box
The system allows devices to remain live and uncorrupted after seizure, until they can be interrogated or have data extracted at a later time
Charge & Shield Faraday Bags block WiFi (2.4 & 5GHz), Bluetooth, cell signals including 5G networks, GPS, RFID, and radio signals with 60dB-80dB average attenuation
Single locker compartment interior dimensions: 13″ x 18″ x 4.5″
Cabinet exterior dimensions: 15″ x 18″ x 34″
Cabinet weight: 85lbs | Shipping weight: 105lbs
Product No: AP-MD-LOCKER7
12 Bay Charging Locker
Digital forensic investigators are able to keep their devices secure while providing electrical power until an forensic examination can be conducted. The lockers are outfitted with door locks to keep tablets and mobile phones protected and organized in one location.Product Specs
Constructed entirely of steel metal with white coating, These lockers can accommodate cell phones, iPads, wallets, keys, cameras, tablet PC’s and other small items.
12 compartments, 12 unique locks.
Locks come with unique keys for users’ privacy. Each slot’s lock comes with two identical keys. Two master keys are provided. Master keys can access any locker.
The Mission Darkness™ RF Shielded Phone & Tablet Locker is a heavy duty metal cabinet system with 24 individually shielded lockable compartments. It is specifically designed for shielding portable electronic devices from RF (radio frequency) signals, while securely locked inside. Each compartment is an independent fully enclosed metal box, meaning that when one locker door is opened, it only introduces signals into that single compartment; the rest of the compartments continue to isolate and secure devices inside. The separation of compartments also eliminates the chance of the entire shielding system failing due to a single weak point.
Military-grade metal locker system with 24 faraday chamber compartments specifically designed for shielding cell phones and tablets from RF signals
Blocks WiFi (2.4 & 5GHz), Bluetooth, cell signals (including 5G), GPS, RFID, and radio signals with 70dB average attenuation
Heavy duty metal frame with individually shielded compartments
20 cell phone compartments and 4 tablet compartments
Keyed cam lock on each compartment with 2 individual keys per compartment (numbered 1-24), plus 18 master keys
Double gasket compartment shielding system for shielding redundancy