1 to 2 SD microSD Memory Card Duplicator - Mini Series

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    • The mini SD microSD Flash Memory Card duplicator is portable, standalone, and convenient.
    • It easily copies data anytime at high-speed up to 1.5GB/min.
    • Compatible with all formats, file sizes, and drive capacities.
    • Supports bit-by-bit copy for all formats.
    • 3 formatting options: Auto, FAT, and FAT32.
    • Lightweight, portable, powered by AC adapter or 4 AA's.

The Mini Flash Duplicator is a portable, standalone device designed for high-speed and convenient data duplication. It offers the flexibility to copy data anytime and performs quick checks on the quality of Flash devices. Whether you need to duplicate data for personal, office, or shop applications, this compact duplicator provides a user-friendly interface and efficient operation.

The Standalone SD Flash Memory Card Duplicator eliminates the need for a PC and any installation procedures, allowing for hassle-free operation. When the system is turned off, no data is left behind, ensuring there is no risk of virus infection. The duplicator features quick boot-up and shut-down, saving valuable time. 

Main Features

  • High-Speed Copy: The duplicator can achieve copying speeds of up to 1.5GB/min, ensuring fast and efficient duplication of Flash devices.
  • Built-in Advanced Multi-Core Processor: Equipped with a powerful multi-core processor, the duplicator delivers high-performance duplication capabilities.
  • Complete Standalone System: The Mini Flash Duplicator is a turnkey system that does not require a computer for operation. It operates independently, providing convenience and flexibility.
  • User-Friendly Interface: The duplicator features a user-friendly interface, making it easy to navigate and operate, even for users with minimal technical expertise.
  • Synchronous and Asynchronous Copy Modes: The duplicator supports both synchronous and asynchronous copy modes, allowing you to choose the most suitable mode for your duplication needs.
  • System and File Data or Whole Media Copy: The Mini Flash Duplicator offers the flexibility to copy either system and file data only or the entire media, depending on your requirements.
  • Bit-for-Bit Hardware Comparison: To ensure the reliability of duplication, the duplicator performs a bit-for-bit hardware comparison, verifying the accuracy of the copied data.
  • Quick and Full Erase Function: The duplicator provides quick and full erase functions that conform to the DoD (Department of Defense) data security standards, ensuring secure data erasure when needed.
  • Formatting Options: The duplicator offers three formatting options: Auto, FAT, and FAT32. You can choose the most appropriate formatting option for your Flash devices.
  • Real-Time Display: The bright LCD screen on the duplicator provides real-time display of detailed information, allowing you to monitor the duplication process and check important data during operation.
  • Compatibility and Upgradeability: The Mini Flash Duplicator supports all file formats, file sizes, and drive capacities, ensuring compatibility with a wide range of Flash devices. Additionally, the firmware is upgradeable, allowing you to keep the duplicator up to date with the latest features and enhancements.
  • Lightweight and Portable Design: With its lightweight and compact design, the Mini Flash Duplicator is highly portable. It can be powered by an AC adapter or 4 AA batteries (batteries not included), offering flexibility for on-the-go duplication needs.

Questions & Answers

Q1. Can you explain the contrast between "Quick Copy" and "Whole Media Copy"?

  1. Quick Copy: (Accessible via Function 7.2 Copy Area – System and Files) This process accelerates the duplication time by focusing on areas with data in the recognized formats. When "Quick Copy" is chosen, the duplicator examines data attributes like formats, sizes, and locations. Following this analysis, duplication begins. It's important to note that if the source data exceeds the capacity of the target, the copy process will fail.
  2. Whole Media Copy: (Accessible via Function 7.2 Copy Area – Whole Media) This mode skips the data analysis and proceeds directly to an exhaustive bit-by-bit replication of the entire source device. Although this method delivers the highest fidelity data replication, it is comparatively slower than Quick Copy.

Q2. Why is my duplication process moving slowly?

Our U-Reach flash duplicators are designed to deliver high copy speeds up to 33MB/sec. If your flash device is copying at a slower pace than anticipated, try using "Function 6.2 Measure Speed" to evaluate the read and write speeds of your devices. For instance, if the calculated write speed is 10MB/sec, duplicating 1GB of data should take roughly 2 minutes.

Q3. Which diagnostic tools does the flash duplicator provide?

We offer three principal diagnostic tools:

  1. Function 4: Media Check This function conducts thorough quality assessments on the inserted flash devices, performing a bit-by-bit scan to identify potential bad sectors in your flash devices.
  2. Function 6.2: Measure Speed This function evaluates the actual read and write speeds of your flash device within a 10-second time-frame, assisting with device quality control by predicting duplication durations.
  3. Function 6.3: Capacity Check This tool measures the real capacity of any inserted device. It's a handy utility for detecting any fraudulent Flash devices you might have acquired.

Q4. How can I guarantee the accuracy of data duplication? To ensure data duplication accuracy, follow these steps:

  1. Use "Function 6.8 Calc. Checksum" to ascertain source data consistencies and record the checksum value.
  2. Select "Function 2 Compare" to authenticate target data consistencies, employing a hardware-enabled bit-by-bit comparison. This function guarantees that the target data matches the source data.

Q5. Why does a "No Update File” message appear during a BIOS update?
To troubleshoot this issue:

  1. Confirm that the BIOS file has been unzipped.
  2. Make sure the BIOS file is stored directly in the root directory of the device, outside any folders.
  3. Transfer the BIOS file to another device and ensure that device is high-quality.
  4. Redownload the BIOS file and save it again. Temporarily deactivate any software utilities that may interfere with the download.
  5. Verify that the BIOS file matches the product model requiring the update.

Q6. Why does duplication fail immediately after starting the copy process?

  1. Ensure the capacity of the source device is smaller than that of the target devices.
  2. For NTFS formatted source devices, the capacity of the target device should be at least 1MB larger.
  3. Check the source device on a PC to confirm it's accessible without errors.
  4. If you're duplicating SD card devices, verify they are not locked.

Q7. Why are some ports showing a red indicator light after completion of the copy?

  1. If a specific socket consistently shows a red light, it might be significantly worn out. Contact your local vendor for a socket replacement.
  2. If you're using Flash adapters like the MicroSD-to-SD adapter or the USB adapter for copying SD/MSD/CF and so on, it might be due to poor adapter quality. Try using a different adapter brand. If you need to copy large quantities, our professional Flash duplicators like Combo SD/microSD Flash duplicators are ideal.
  3. If you need to run the copy process multiple times, the quality of your flash could be unstable, which might lead to data loss.
  4. If there's a high failure rate, try slowing down the transmission speed by selecting "Function 7.9 Working Mode". This could improve copy quality and ensure successful results.

Q8. Why isn't my flash device recognized after insertion?

  1. 1. If you're using Flash adapters like the MicroSD-to-SD adapter or the USB adapter for copying SD/MSD/CF etc., poor adapter quality might be causing instability. Try a different adapter brand. Our professional Flash duplicators like Combo SD/microSD Flash duplicators are recommended for large-scale copy jobs. Reach out to us for the most suitable solution.
  2. If you're using an ultra-slim or nonstandard USB, consider purchasing a USB extension cable. The compact connections on these cables can resolve USB detection issues.
  3. Multi-port adapters are not supported by our equipment. "All-in-one" card readers are classified as multi-port adapters.

Q9. Can a 2GB device be copied to a 1GB device?

Yes, as long as the data and format of the source drive don't exceed the capacity of the target drive(s).

Q10. Can a 1GB device be copied to a 2GB device?

Yes, but be aware that the file allocation table (FAT) from the source will be cloned to the target, causing your PC to perceive the 2GB device as a 1GB device. As a result, we highly recommend using devices of equal capacities for all duplication tasks.

Q11. Is copying encrypted data possible?

Since encryption can be applied in many ways, like software or hardware encryption, if you're unsure about the encryption type, you might need to conduct some tests. Before you start, make sure the target drive's capacity is at least equal to that of the source drive. Follow these steps:

  1. STEP 1. Use the Data Area Copy on the Duplicator. Depending on the outcome, consider these scenarios:
    • S1. A green light indicates the copy is successful, and the device works as expected. (OK)
    • S2. A red light at the start of replication indicates the device is not detected. (FAIL)
    • S3. A green light appears, but the device doesn't function normally. (Proceed to STEP 2)
    • S4. A red light during copying or near completion. (Proceed to STEP 2)
  2. STEP 2. Use the Whole Media Copy on the Duplicator.
    • S1. A green light indicates the copy is successful, and the device works as expected. (OK)
    • S2. A green light appears, but the device doesn't function normally. (FAIL)

If the device still doesn't function normally after performing the Whole Media Copy, the encryption might be tied to a specific device serial number or model. Thus, even if copied, the device won't work.

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Technical Specs

Model: SD300
Target: 1-2
Maximum Speed: 1.5GB/min. *Actual performance is dependent on device transfer speeds*
Capacity: Supports the largest sized devices available on the market.
Operating Type: Stand-alone, FPGA-based operation (Non PC-based)
Supported Languages: English, Japanese
LEDs: 3 LED Indicators per Port: Yellow (Power), Red (Fail), Green (Pass)  
Control Panel: 4 push buttons (Forward, Backward, OK, Esc)
LCD Display: Non-Backlit Monochrome LCD Display
Copy Modes: Quick Copy (System & Files): Supports Windows, Mac, and Linux. Whole Media: Copies bit-by-bit regardless of format and data type.
Compare Function: Bit-by-bit data comparison
Supported Formats: Quick Erase, Full Erase, DoD Erase
Compatible Devices: All SD and MicroSD(with SD Adapter) Devices
Supported Formats:
  • Quick Copy Function: FAT16/32/64, Windows (NTFS), Linux (Ext2/Ext3/Ext4), and Mac (HFS, HFS+, HFSX).
  • Whole Device Copy Function: All Formats, including proprietary formats.
  • GPT, MBR, and Advanced Formats.
Supported O/S: All (Windows, Mac, Linux, and other proprietary systems).
Hardware Specifications:
Power Supply: Power Adapter Input: 100-240VAC / 47-63Hz / 0.31A Max.
Power Adapter Output: 5VDC / 2A
AA Batteries x 4 (Not included)
Working Temperature: 5°C ~ 45°C (41°F ~ 113°F)
Storage Temperature: -20°C ~ 85°C (-4°F ~ 185°F)
Working Humidity: 20% ~ 80%, non-condensing
Storage Humidity: 5% ~ 95%, non-condensing
Physical Dimensions: 10 x 8 x 3 in. (L x W x H)
Weight: 1 lbs.
Certifications: FCC, CE, RoHS
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